Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650
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Nice for supplemental use
Clark T. King "Gadget Geek", Amazon
4 October 2013
Summary: It works in windows and supplements the mouse nicely. However, I can't recommend it as a mouse replacement. It would be much better if it was possible to customize functions/gestures a bit as I can with the Logitech mouse. As for the setpoint software that works with this and other Logitech products -- I'm not happy at all with how scrolling works/feels. A few versions back it worked perfect ... what happened????
If only it worked like the one built into the notebook.
Thomas Lunsford "Computer Engineer", Amazon
20 September 2013
Summary: This one has what I believe are driver issues. Long story short, if you don't hold your other fingers up at least an inch from it, your mouse will jump all over the place. I almost shut down a production server because my non-tapping fingers were slightly curled, and it clicked an inch from where I intended. I will likely go back to a mouse. To answer the question, "Would I buy it again?" I would not hesitate to say, "No.
Summary: I love multi touchpads, however accidentally drag objects while moving your cursor I think is the flaw in Windows touchpads. This is the reason why I use mouse when using my laptop. Apple got it right with 3-finger drag. Logitech, please also incorporate 3-finger drag. And with the Scroll option "Content move same direction as finger," the web browse back/forward did not change accordingly....now it is backward and un-natural.
Summary: it does the job but I'm not happy with it. -left click doesn't always left click. sometimes you have to do an actual click on the pad by pressing down. -right click are in the lower right corner which i often miss so it becomes irritating to copy and paste. -dragging a window, ie left and hold is irritating as well, you double click and move but you have to do it quick or else the windows maximizes. -scrolling is backwards...I use a magic pad on macs at work.
Summary: The touch pad works pretty much as advertised with one exception. The left / right motion of the pad is backwards. On my Win8 screen if I want to scroll to the right, I touch the right hand side of the screen and move left. (fairly intuitive and obvious) However the left / right on the pad is reversed. If I want to scroll the screen to the right I have to touch the left side of the pad and move right. Absolutely wrong. The top / bottom is also reversed.
Summary: The "multi-touch" functions erratically and inconsistent. The equivalent of a left click and the right click requires touching the lower left or right edge - which creates a problem for dragging files in the opposite direction of the space being clicked. Logitech's unifying software also loads the wrong "mouse" if you have more than one input device - for example another Logitech mouse, or keypad with scroll capabilities like their Dinivo keyboard.
Summary: having this for 3 months now it really annoys me every time i use it just becos i can't customize the gestures i thought i would get used to it, but no it should be like the mouse able to customize per application without it, it's not useful at all on a daily basis I wouldn't recommend anyone to buy until the customize feature is implemented it should be like BetterTouckTool in OSX until then the potential of the device is not unleashed