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...
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 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.
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.
Summary: I am using this on Win 7. The few times I have setup Win 8, I would fall back to using the classic windows for navigation purposes, not having a touch screen. Now I can try Win 8 with the gestures the UI was built for. It may be good. I have touchpad keyboards, the K400 and diNovo Edge.
Pros: It is aesthetically pleasing, minimalist too. Works on any surface that I’ve tried. Desktop, arm of a sofa, in my lap, in my hands while walking around. Works tethered or not, additionally any powered micro USB connection can charge it, not just the computer it is paired with. It paired up with t...
Cons: Being a glass surface, it can be broken by dropping or dropping something onto it. It can be confused for a coaster for a coffee mug. It is not a mouse or trackball, it doesn't have the speed or precision of a trackball. I have not tried it out in gaming other than solitaire and hearts, however I...
Summary: charges in one hour for one months worth of battery life ^^
Pros: replaced my mouse, especially since I use a game-pad for gaming. Highly accurate and once you learn the gestures which I did in the past couple of hours this device makes using a windows 8 PC simply futuristic... can you adapt?
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.