Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Touchpad
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Ezra S., Newegg
19 April 2012
Summary: If you didn't catch it in the pros, this does work great with Linux (you don't get Setpoint of course, but it's not a problem here). Logitech definitely knows how to build a solid input device. Seems that I always go back to them when another brand fails to deliver, and I've yet to be disappointed.
Pros: Preordered through Logitech a couple weeks before they started shipping. Originally planned to use it for news reading (Google Reader, etc) on my main comp, but it ended up becoming my Linux server's mouse pretty quickly. Uses a standard Unifying Receiver, and it'll work fine without Setpoint or ...
Cons: Emulates keyboard buttons instead of sending raw touch input to the drivers (this can easily be confirmed with xev). Actually a plus in a lot of cases and really helps with compatibility, but it would be a great to see a toggle of some sort. Without raw input, smooth scrolling is only possible vi...
Summary: I dig this thing. I really do. The touch gestures are great, and although they sound like a lot to remember, after a few days you don't even think about them. You just do them. The right and middle clicks need a touch gesture.
Pros: Essentially no moving parts accept two lower buttons (the right being the only one you really need to click), unifying receiver, great and highly functional suite of touch gestures make Windows 7 interfacing more intuitive. LED in between buttons tells you when Touchpad is on or low on juice, oth...
Cons: Actual touch area is a bit smaller than the entire unit size leads you to believe. There is a type of border around the actual touch portion that neither looks nor feels different from the area you want to be interfacing with. The touch area is delineated by four little hash marks roughly at the ...
Summary: If you have the right desk, with the right support for your arm and hand, this product may be for you. My desk is relatively small and it makes this product difficult to interface with for longer periods of time. Otherwise, the multiouch and gestures are great.
Pros: The best touchpad interface that I have experienced next to the Apple touchpad. Gestures. Multitouch.
Cons: This isn't as much a con for this product as it is for all add-on multitouch products. You must have your hand elevated while using this product so that two and three fingers don't touch the surface. This is not a big deal but it can be if you're using the computer for long periods of time. In co...
Summary: It's good but it's not great. Having never used a mouse on my laptop for five years and loving using track pads wherever I can, I needed one for my upgrade to PC. I went with this one because it has physical right-click and left-click buttons similar to laptops.
Used this way it is not as direct and fast as experienced users would like but miles better for this lady for whom using ...
Carol Russell, Amazon
22 June 2015
Summary: I have a client with badly disfigured arthritic hands and she has struggled to use a mouse but finds this touchpad, used with a stylus pen very effective. Used this way it is not as direct and fast as experienced users would like but miles better for this lady for whom using her computer is now not...
... i could view my notepad on my tv andwatch online videos on HD tv
12 January 2015
Summary: Bought this along with a VGA to HDMI converter so i could view my notepad on my tv and watch online videos on HD tv. The notepad sits behind the tv with its lid shut and I control the mouse onscreen wirelessly with this along with a virtual keyboard. Works great no drama no fuss.
When you really want something to work because you like it but it just won't
Daniel Clews, Amazon
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.
certainly not Logitech's best. After a few months I found that not ...
17 November 2014
Summary: Yeah, certainly not Logitech's best. After a few months I found that not only was there a lag, as experienced by some other users, but the thing would freeze and refuse to respond for 20 seconds at a time.
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.