Conclusion: The Logitech M600 Touch Mouse has reliable functionality and a slick, refined design. Adjustable weight and a receiver that works with multiple devices makes this one of the best touch mice we've seen—it's just a little light on features.
Pros: Smooth touch scrolling. Quiet right and left clicking. Ambidextrous design. Adjustable weight. Unifying receiver allows multiple devices.
Cons: Touch is limited to vertical scrolling and horizontal swiping.
Summary: The Logitech Touch Mouse is one of the very few full touch mice we’ve ever seen and used. It’s got a really good design, above-average performance and a nice feel to it. It’s got its share of shortcomings but that’s pretty much expected of any wireless touch mouse.
Excerpt: If touch sensitive devices are the future, and the future is now, then touch sensitive mice only seem natural, right?! Like Apple’s Magic Mouse, Logitech...
Pros: Cool Design, Comfortable, Sleek, Good Range, Precise, Smooth Scrolling, Back/Forward Browser Navigation, Only Requires One Battery, USB Adapter Fits In Battery Compartment, Includes Carrying Case, Long Battery Life
Cons: No Middle Click, Right Click Requires No Fingers Touching Left Side of Mouse, No Multi-Touch Gestures
Summary: The only issue with the M600 is the price. For about Rs. 500 less, you get the Microsoft Arc Touch mouse, and the M600 doesnï¿½t really offer anything extra over that one. While we like the M600's overall package and performance, we believe the pricing is completely wrong. Just under Rs. 3000, and it would have hit the sweet spot in terms of price and functionality.
Pros: Touch scrolling is smooth, Comfortable form factor, Looks good, with the imprint design
Cons: Not a complete touch experience, Slightly small for someone with big hands
Excerpt: ), $ 79.99 brings together the best features of an optical mouse and the versatility of a multi-touch trackpad. Ideal for most desktop and notebook users, the M600 is all about improving multi-touch interaction without sacrifing the freedom of movement and responsiveness of an optical mouse.
Summary: Logitech's Touch Mouse M600 works well enough, but it's not as ambitious as Apple's and Microsoft's competing touch mice, which means Logitech shouldn't be asking for the same price as its competition.
Pros: Logitech's Touch Mouse M600 cuts an attractive profile and delivers effective, touch-based mouse input, as promised.
Cons: For all of the M600's fancy touch technology, you will find few functional differences between this mouse and a more affordable mechanical model.