Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Touchpad
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It would have been much better if they made a gesture for this instead of ...
UK Vuppula, Amazon
14 December 2014
Summary: It was little awkward in the starting when I bought this because I already got a touchpad on my laptop, however the gestures made it worthy buying. Backdrop: is that this doesn't have a gesture for right mouse click. So you still have to rely on the button click option for this. It would have been much better if they made a gesture for this instead of those like page left and right scroll which we hardly use ever.
When you really want something to work because you like it but it just won't
3 December 2014
Summary: I wanted it to work! Ya know? When you really want something to work because you like it but it just won't, that's the problem with this lol. I bought this in early 2013, tried to get it to work on my PC but had no luck, after a few attempts I gave up and left it in the draw until now.
Nice product but not a replacement for everyday mouse usage.
7 September 2014
Summary: I bought this and then bought the newer T650. This one is very easy to use, I liked having the big buttons, but for continuous use you have to arch your hand over the buttons which gets uncomfortable. Which is why I purchased the T650, but that also is not as comfortable as I expected it would be and now have switched back to using a normal wireless mouse. So for extended use it may ot be better than a mouse.
Summary: Excellent piece of equipment. I use it instead of a mouse and it has almost completely resolved my wrist pains. I now have two, one for home and one for work. One of them is two years old now, the surface has worn smooth but it still works perfectly.
Summary: This is an excellent piece of equipment. A great alternative to a mouse. I switched because I was getting a sore wrist from the mouse. I now own two, one for work and one for home. Excellent build quality and at this price, very good value.