Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650
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Really needs a firmware update.
David W Coltri, Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: The touchpad works great in windows 7, along with the logitech setpoint software. Unfortunately the device I received has a firmware version that doesn't support tap-to-click without that setpoint software. Without the setpoint software, you have to press on the pad to click, and to right click you have to press in some nebulous area that I only hit about 50% of the time.
Summary: I was looking forward to this touchpad for a long time, but it was a great disappointment. It cannot define a range -- when you drag your finger and extend the range to the end of the pad so that you need to lift your finger to continue defining that range, it does not allow you to do so and you lose the entire range you started to define. Additionally, it does not have a physical border or any indicator of the dead zone.
Not a great replacement for either a mouse or a touch screen
Scott Redfern, Amazon
24 November 2013
Summary: It sounded like a great idea for my non-touch screen computer that has Windows 8 on it now. I could use the gestures that Windows 8 relies on without replacing any other equipment. In reality it is very awkward and I don't like it at all and will look to replace it with a traditional mouse again.
Summary: I bought the T650 and am very disappointed with it. When used with Win7, there is no ability to adjust the sensitivity to tapping. Sometimes you get random clicks whilst half way through a simple move. Sometimes the cursor randomly jumps a bit when tapping, so the wrong item gets selected, or if you are half way through selecting something and go off-axis a little, the whole selection is dropped and you have to start again.
Summary: i'd really like ot recommend this but I can't. It's very well made, Excellent attention to detail on the hardware side. But the software is inflexible and it the 'tap to click' function just doesn't work.
Clean working surface when you get tired of using a mouse but I hate the software.
JR Fent "4 8 15 16 23 42", Amazon
18 October 2013
Summary: I like the touchpad itself, but the software that you must load to get it to run with Windows 7 is a processor pig, utilizing well over 50% of my PCs CPU cycles. It was extremely frustrating - my PC was running like a dog - especially when I opened up a third person shooter game. Slow, freezing frames, etc.
Summary: I've been using trackpads since the mid 90s. As a techie, I realize it's an extremely complex technology -- But this is a huge disappointment. Click, zero action. Second tap to click, nada and sometimes not even the third. Clicking harder doesn't give a better response. When it does happen to recognize the "click", the pointer "bounces" to another area. Then it is necessary to correct the location of the cursor and try again.
Summary: I won't delve into the positives of this product as there are many reviews outlining those already. The one fatal flaw is that there is no way to customize "gestures" or keystrokes on this touch pad. Want to touch the upper right hand corner to mimic a "Ctrl-S"? Too bad. You are limited to only the ones that Logitech has provided. This SEVERELY limits the functionality of the product and is a deal breaker in my opinion.
Summary: This pad simply isn't ready for prime time. The issues are far too numerous to list here, but suffice it to say I was not impressed. Software loaded fine. Overall the layout was fine. But MOST of the functionality I was seeking just wasn't there. AND there was a pesky problem with the "right click" function. I can STILL do more with the mouse.
Summary: I have the other Logitech touchpad and it's great (910-002345). This one is very laggy, often misses clicks, and also simply requires much more force to press down for a click, with less auditory and tactile feedback that a click has been registered. Gestures to scroll are often missed or jerky, and mousing is imprecise. I can't recommend this product at all.