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: Works well. It's unique features like being able to share the wireless USB of other Logitek products is very useful, as well as the program that can be downloaded from their website to enhance the pads capabilities and change it's settings. I've only had two minor issues with the product: Interference from my monitor meant I had to change the USB port that the USB wireless reviver was in; this wasn't the case with the USB keyboard that shared the receiver.
Summary: I bought this to use with a laptop that has a non-functioning left click button, and also my desktop as I hate using a mouse. The touchpad is great! I just plugged the little receiver thing in, took the paper out from around the batteries, and it worked straight away! I find it absolutely fine to use. No lag. Though occasionally it doesn't seem as sensitive as my laptop touch screen is. It seems to depend on how dry my hands are though.
Summary: What I have been wanting and ever since I bought this, all, out of most wireless devices are much better to use, but the reason why I gave it only 4 stars is it does not respond right away to the touch and scrolling touches unless you press either left or right buttons on the bottom of the touch pad.
Plugs and plays + multiple gestures that actually work
D. White, Amazon
12 January 2014
Summary: This was bought for a colleague at work who suffers from RSI and finds a touchpad preferable to to a mouse. The box contains the touch pad, batteries, a tiny USB dongle and instructions. Installation was simple - switch it on, plug in the USB dongle and let the computer get the software sorted out. I installed it on 3 different XP machines at work and a couple of Windows 7 laptops at home.