Summary: The key to using and enjoying this mouse is learning the touch strokes and understanding Windows 8, I purchased a T620 for my desktop when I upgraded to Windows 8. After a few months of use, it was time to buy another for my Windows 8 Ultrabook. It’s important to learn the touch stokes to enjoy the mouse or you will need to open the software and turn off the touch features and use it as a standard mouse until you do.
Touchmose T620 * Amazing Design and functionality*
17 March 2013
Summary: I absolutely fell in love with this mouse the moment I saw it! I am a PC user, and for me this mouse is adjunct to my laptop. I always use a mouse for my laptop work at school and on the road and when using this mouse I can store it easily, it lightweight yet sturdy and sleek which allows for discreet storage on the go. I also like the quick connectability and smart look. This thing is totally rad, and I most definitely would recommend it to others.
Summary: If, like me, you hate the usual touch pads and buttons that pass for a mouse on most laptops, plus you don't have a touch screen or just want to keep your grubby paws off it, this mouse does the job nicely. Easy to set up and intuitive to use, with a nifty little carrying pouch (supplied). The more I use it, the easier I find it to navigate around Windows 8, including up and down and sideways scrolling, as well as switching between Apps.
Summary: Long battery life, and you get used to the finger scrolling method. may not suit everyone BUT I think it works well with laptops or PCs. The mac version is smaller and more accurate but drivers not suitable for PC based machines. All in all I recommend it, supply delivery and price reasoable too. As you would expect from Logitech.
Summary: I've recently bitten the bullet and upgraded my desktop to Windows 8 and despite not having a touch screen wanted to make better use of some of the touch gestures available. This mouse does it all and has some really great little short-cuts allowing to get a much closer experience to that I get from my touch notebook. In fact such a device is probably preferable for desktop use given you don't want to be stretching at the screen all the time.
Summary: really smooth and does exactly what it says on the tin. if you havent got a touch screen, then this goes someway to unlocking the added features of windows 8. despite the other negative reviews, i find the left/right clicking works easily and i have picked up the other swipe/touch functions pretty quickly
Conclusion: This item is described as a T620 but the photo, and more importantly the price, is a T400 which has different features. The T620, the better mouse with more features, is actually about £20 more expensive than this one. This needs correcting.
Summary: worth buying to use with windows 8, makes it easier to work with less mouse movements, battery life looks good at the moment, remembering the older wireless mouse where changing the batteries was a chore