Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Touchpad
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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.
Summary: It's ok. I brought it because I am a gadget geek. It works perfect, really nice. But it just aint too fun to use. Mouse is a lot quicker. The one place it comes in handy is browsing the web when you scroll a lot.
Summary: After replacing my iMac set up with a Mac Pro, i decided to go with this Logitech Touchpad as opposed to paying 4x the amount for an Apple Trackpad. Whilst this does work, i find it sluggish and unresponsive when comparing it to the Apple pad. I realise it won't have the same build quality, but the movements are incredibly slow when using it on a 27"/32" monitor.
Summary: Lack of extended functionality. There are 6-8 basic gestures that not comfort with all enviroments(didn't worked well with Windows 8). My big problem was that i couldn't create my own gestures. Couldn't also make it work with Gestures plugins for browsers. I wouldn't recommended to a professional.
Summary: Usually I can't praise Logitech products enough but this (one?) does have a serious flaw; there is a lag, tiny but annoying, between gesture and response. I bought this for my wire who feared she would end up with a repetitive stress injury from mouse use as she was experiencing some wrist discomfort. Connection was a breeze, up and running in seconds this being one of the things I like most about Logitech kit.
Summary: Touch-pad was delivered quickly and was well wrapped. Installation took seconds. Does what is is supposed to. It adds 'gesture' functionality to my Windows 8 computer. I now have a matching keyboard that operates off the same bluetooth dongle.