Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650
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5 March 2014
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. The sensitivity seems excellent, and the unifying receiver and software worked very well.
Summary: Before purchasing this I was leaning towards a trackball because I've used them for years. But in doing research I discovered this touchpad which enables virtually all of the Windows 8 touch gestures. I am using this with a Surface Pro2 and really like the touch features of Windows 8. The trackball would have worked OK, but it requires more motions and clicks than are necessary with the touchpad. Very pleased that I went with the touchpad.
Summary: Item was in great condition and works wonderfully on windows 8.1. it tracks finger movement well and also have mechanical right and left mouse clicks built into the bottom corners of the touchpad. Much better than a regular mouse as it stays in one spot and does not have to be moved. The gesture are top notch and make everything a breeze. Please take the time to look at the how to videos to get the jest of using a touchpad like this.
Summary: Whether it's the wrist-breaking click on a MacBook Pro or the sketchy gesture responses on most Windows laptops, the only consistent things about touchpads are their size (too small) and their awkwardness. Windows 8 on a non-touch screen system is doubly awkward, and a mouse doesn't help much. Along comes the T650.
Summary: I purchased my first touchpad due to my primary hand being numb from carpal tunnel syndrome. I was advised not to work for two weeks to let the inflammation go down, and since I am self employed, that was impossible. I went looking for a left handed mouse and found the touchpad in the store. Using the touchpad has resolved the problem and I now own two, one for home and one for work. I LOVE that I can use either hand, and that the touchpad is so responsive.
A Windows7 perfect add on for a MacBook trackpad experience
5 October 2013
Summary: I don't have Windows8 yet but it works awesome in Windows7. I have a MacBook Air that I use everyday while I am out of the office and I have grown to love using its trackpad and several of the Mac gestures that make it really efficient to use. I have been looking for something similar for the PC and this product does it!