Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650
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JOSHUA P., Newegg
9 March 2015
Summary: I have my high performance/gaming computer hooked up to the TV in my living room, and I use this trackpad every day to control it from the couch. Using this thing with the Windows 8 Netflix app is better than fantastic, the pinch to zoom feature makes reading stories in my Facebook news feed from...
Pros: Rechargeable, wireless, very simple to set up and use, supports Logitech Set Point software, excellent wireless range, excellent battery life, perfect for web browsing and/or HTPC use,
Cons: I hold it in my hand, rather than putting it on a flat surface, and it reads a finger on either side as a touch sometimes, and instead of scrolling it zooms in or right clicks. A minor annoyance that only happens because I'm using it in a way it's not meant to be used. And this is more of a comme...
Summary: This might work well for somebody, but not for me. I have two touchpads (Cirque, r.i.p.) on which I can tap the surface and register a click. I can tap a differently textured area for a left-click. What the flock is wrong with the knuckle-draggers who designed this that it cannot do that?
Pros: It looks like a giant touchpad (great for those with size insecurity). It's wireless and rechargeable.
Cons: It's enormous. This fcuker is ostentatiously big. It seems like a compensator for folks who wish they had a touchscreen monitor to deal with Win8. THE BUTTONS ARE THE GOT-DAMM FEET! This is a mac-like touchpad, not a real touchpad. One cannot mouse-click by tapping the surface. One must keep the ...
Excerpt: I bought the Touchpad T650 to use with my desktop PC at home, because heavy use of a conventional wireless mouse was tiring my arms and joints damaged due to arthritis. It radically reduces the small back-and-forth motions that aggravate my condition.
Excerpt: Good shipping time. Works just like its advertised. Easily downloaded software which was part of the set-up program and all gestures function perfect. I haven't totally given up my mouse yet but I could if I wanted. I do recommend!
Summary: The package came slightly gouged and the device was seemingly marred on the working surface but it polished right up to a new looking surface and works flawlessly. It's nice to know it can take such a beating and still work without a hitch.
Pros: Easy to use with window's 7 or 8. I move it back and forth between two computers with ease.
Cons: Logitech can be fussy about installing drivers for this.
Excerpt: I bought this because I like Windows 8 gestures but they're easier with a touchpad than with a mouse. It works well but not perfectly; sometimes it will not double click well without strong taps or taps at the lower left corner.
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.
Excerpt: I love this thing-it makes it so easy to work on my laptop. The pad on the laptop is very small and this is so much larger and mobile. I can put my computer on one side of my desk and put this right in front of me.
Pros: For the past 15 years I have used a series of laptop-style keyboards with an embedded touchpad, but recently switched to a tenkeyless board plus this touchpad because none of the combo boards use decent mechanical switches. It is a nice touchpad and the gesture support is more than I had previous...
Cons: The drivers for this are flaky. Things worked well when first installed, but failed to recognize any of the gestures next day. It was in basic mouse mode and would only respond to mechanical clicks, not taps. I tried a variety of things,. pairing and unpairing, but could not get it back. All of t...
Summary: Received it as a birthday gift and it was a great little buy! It makes good use as say a wireless mouse instead for an HTPC, as you don't need a mouse mat or really need to worry about charging often.
Pros: This device is pretty enjoyable and has plenty of good attributes. - The tracking is pretty precise. - The software is low-resource hungry, and won't bog down the system. - The glass always feels smooth, and I very, very rarely ever feel my fingers getting "stuck" or not gliding along the service...
Cons: None too many. - Adjustable height would have been a great feature. - May hurt your wrist without proper desk height/arm support. - Not recommended for gaming. - Not recommended for certain precision tasks, such as photo editing/ or any sort of art altering and creating when you need a steady hand.