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.