Summary: With built-in support for new Windows 8 gestures (as well as those found in Windows 7) the Touch Mouse T620 offers something that most of us lack: a way to use the touch-based features in the new operating system. But the Touch Mouse is not just for Windows 8.
Pros: Smooth Feeling:, Smooth Moving:, Smooth Looks:, Windows 8 and Windows 7 Support:, Low Profile:, Unifying Receiver:, Adjustable Weight:, Supports Rechargeable Batteries:, Add-on for Browsers:
Cons: Right Click Misfires:, Some Windows 8 Gesture Glitches:, Not for Fine Work or Gaming:
Conclusion: Although it's more expensive than most other Windows 8-ready mice and can be mildly uncomfortable to hold for an extended period of time, the attractively-designed Logitech Touch Mouse T620's wide-ranging gesture control functionality, Windows 8 shortcuts, and unique ability to run off of one or two...
Pros: Refined design. Offers greater gesture support than others in its class. Unifying receiver frees USB ports and can be stored in underside. Can run on either one or two batteries.
Cons: Pricey. Low profile. Non-rechargeable. No Bluetooth connectivity. No pinch-zoom capability.
Conclusion: Touch issues aside, the Logitech T620 is a nice piece of hardware. At £60, it's hardly cheap, and that might be a problem for some. With that said, take a look around and you'll be able to find it for a bit less - Amazon, for example, has it for £45.
Pros: Style, long battery life, flexible battery options, unified dongle, good mouse overall
Excerpt: Det nye brukergrensesnittet som dukket opp sammen med Windows 8 er fin-fint om du har nettbrett eller berøringsskjerm på pc-en. Til bruk kun samme med mus og tastatur er det en anelse mer tungvint.
Pros: Presis. God Windows 8-støtte. Stilig design.
Cons: Litt uergonomisk. Noe knotete touch-funksjonalitet.