Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650
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Did not work like it should
12 May 2014
Excerpt: I bought this thinking it would help my wrist and fingers since I would no longer be using the mouse wheel. Unfortunately, when I installed the SetPoint software, it was not the complete software necessary for using the pad to do all the great things it was supposed to do. I tried to uninstall the SetPoint software so I could try installing again, but it would not allow me to uninstall it. I tried and tried, but no success.
Summary: I work professionally as an animator/video editor, and I bought this, because I am suffering from acute carpel tunnel/RSI. Believe it or not, this made my carpel tunnel twice as bad, after only one week of using it. 1: The battery life is laughably low. After a full night of charging, expect it to work for about four hours. 2: The surface of the pad is not as smooth as the description says.
Summary: I wanted to like this, I really did. My first complaint is that it requires a horrible driver package to get the full use from it. And like most stuff from Logitech, the drivers are horrible. The driver package was beating my SSD to death with millions of I/O ops per hour. Why in the world does a driver package need to make so many writes to disk???? Using the touchpad as not good. You have to press really hard to get the thing to "click".
Touchpad it's not - hard to control and double click
Charles Chang, Amazon
5 September 2013
Summary: Anyone who thinks that this touchpad is going to work just like the one on a notebook computer or tablet is going to be disappointed. For starters the lack of a button on the touchpad means that you need to double click by tapping your finger on the touchpad twice, which is extremely hard to do because you need to time your taps perfectly in order for the pad to respond.
Summary: This is a solid, compact piece of hardware; very well designed. It is just ruined by the quality of the software that makes it (barely) work. I have to manually launch the SetPoint software after boot to get the trackpad to work. Then, even when SetPoint is running and the device is paired, it constantly fails to work properly (tap-to-click, two-finger scroll, edge gestures, etc are not recognized) until I unpair, restart SetPoint, and re-pair the device.
Summary: Received this for my birthday and installed it with no problems except it did not come with the software disc that the instructions said were included so I had to download the program from the internet. This "touch" pad requires WAY too much pressure to activate a left click. Many, many times I will have clicked only to have no response and have to click again, and sometimes again.
Summary: I already returned this item once hoping that a replacement would work better. Unfortunately I ran into the same exact problems with a second unit. I cannot recommend this product to anyone. I am a software engineer and I spend 10-14 hours a day in front of a computer. I've had some trouble with pain in my right wrist, so I've been looking for a way to trade off between right and left handed controls.
Not a touch screen replacement and usb 3.0 problems
27 December 2012
Summary: I just received it today and I have to say this looks and feels like a quality product. Seems to work like a laptop touch pad. I kinda was hoping this would give me the touch screen feel not a touch pad feel. I connected it to my already installed Logitech Unified receiver with no problems at all. I gave it 4 stars because the price was to high. So far I really don't see this making the Windows 8 touch screen effects any better but time will tell.
Summary: This trackpad is so bad I went back to using my old mouse. Two finger scroll is nice but it scrolls on its own, all the time, with one finger. Even when barely touching the trackpad with one finger my browser windows start scrolling. So I end up chasing a button up/down the screen. Mouse movement is choppy for very fine detailed movements while using Photoshop or clicking a very a small icon. Forget trying to adjust the volume button in Youtube videos.