Summary: Much better than using a mouse for my work. Pros: Great trackpad USB dongle connection works flawlessly Battery life isn't bad Nice grippy surface Cons: Bigger than it needs to be, unless you have a 17" laptop Half of the screws holding the unit together have slowly worked loose and fallen out --...
Summary: This sits under a 12.1" screen laptop that has an eraserhead (trackpoint) in the keyboard as a pointing device. I absolutely hate those, and love touchpads. The Logitech's large touchpad is at about the right place for a right-hander.
Really just needed a Lapdesk, all the rest was a great bonus!
E. Mar, Amazon
9 November 2013
Summary: I normally use a trackball, so i was actually just looking for a lapdesk with a pull out tray. I first opted for the Logitech N315. It came damaged and I couldn't exchange it, so I just returned it. Just as well. Didn't like it very much. Just didn't seem sturdy enough. But, enough of that.
Summary: I've had the lapdesk for about a week now and have been using it steadily (i'm using it now) I have another type of lapdesk one with a fan and a nice tilt feature, but this one looked too interesting not to try.
Summary: Having the idea place to use the laptop is of course the recliner or easy chair. Having ordered the Logitech provided just what I needed and as a bonus, the Logitech reduced the need for the mouse.
Summary: The Logitech Touch Lapdesk is made of durable material and it does not flex easily which makes for a solid temporary table top for a laptop. It allows the separation of a hot laptop from the user's lap, and helps cool it down over time on its rubber surface.