Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650
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Value for money 10
1 August 2014
Summary: I bought this on sale from Walmart for a little more than half the price it normally is and it's a great value. It hooked up with my Windows 8 computer just fine. My only problem is that sometime the touchpad doesn't register my click. However if I push down on the lower left corner for my click the whole thing resets and starts working fine.
Will not hold up to normal use, drop it in the glass breaks!
28 July 2014
Summary: I would not buy this touchpad again it is not designed to withstand normal wear and tear. The face is made of glass, drop it once and it shatters! I have used touchpads for years I have never seen one with a glass face. Very very bad design!
Cons: Not durable, will not withstand normal wear and tear
Summary: With Windows 7 the T650 touchpad is a wonderful device which, during the first fortnight of use, will make you stamp your foot, swear and tear out your hair. But persevere; once you've got the hang of it you'll enjoy a far more comfortable experience than with a regular mouse.
Summary: I received this as a gift this past Christmas, and I have to say that I really enjoy using it. I use it with Windows 7, and find that it is very responsive, and that the gestures function well after you get used to using them. I love the scrolling in web browsers, and the forward and back gestures. The sensitivity seems excellent, and the unifying receiver and software worked very well.
Summary: I like this trackpad, it has a good solid feel to it. Strangely, it seems to need to be on a hard surface to feel the button press action (sometimes I would rather use it in my lap to reduce arm strain). I would like to see more gestures added as standard, and would love for Logitech to come up with a more natural way of handling click-to-highlight and similar actions. It's a bit hard to do that, and I often end up using the shift key to make that work.