Reviews and Problems with Logitech Zone Touch Mouse T400
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Steven K., Newegg
23 March 2014
Pros: Super easy to use, no need to install on windows or linux. Battery seems to last a long time, according to my system it's been at 100% for the whole 3 weeks i've been using it now. (Almost daily use). It appears to work on any surface i put it on, no need for a mouse pad.
Summary: I bought this to replace my VX Nano, which was the best mouse I've ever had. Perfect placement of the forward and back buttons, the dedicated center button which was programmable, and the click-to-click and smooth scroll functionality were all excellent.
Pros: Great tracking good weight looks nice
Cons: scroll area gets "sticky" as you use it throughout the day and your finger gets clammy or whatever. The scroll action is more accurate without setpoint installed on flash based internet games for some reason. It's barely responsive with setpoint installed. Button configurations tend to revert to ...
Excerpt: Logitech’s Zone Touch T400 may look weird for the lack of some features you expect in a modern mouse – a scroll wheel, thumb buttons – and it might be easy to dismiss since it doesn’t boast a premium-level price point.
Summary: Don't bother with this mouse. Try another touch mouse.
Pros: Touch mouse for use with Windows 8. Lightwieght, good tracking
Cons: The touch area of this mouse is extremely flawed. It rarely tracks as you would expect it to, and scrolling is a nightmare. Far too many programs, and web pages will not scroll predictably, often spinning through many pages with just barely a move, and adjusting the sensitivity does not work. Plu...
Summary: Not sure if I can get an RMA because of software...
Pros: It looks cool.
Cons: The software for this mouse is terrible. You can't customize the buttons beyond a few choices. One of the options for the middle button is to switch apps. Instead of just pulling up the same menu as ALT + Tab, it does this very slow and clunky animation. To make it worse, if you're on dual monito...
Pros: Nice looking mouse, beautifully built and finished
Cons: poor ergonomics - too small in hand, find my fingers running off the front of the mouse; stiff left and right buttons, soft centre button. software poor - bloatware drivers consume 32MB ram; options dont stick Poor standard setup - standard centre button is towards the back of the mouse and unusa...
Summary: I upgraded to Windows 8 on my non-touch desktop and was exited to get this mouse for two reason. The touch strip that allows for horizontal and vertical scrolling and two stealthily hidden buttons I could bind to Win8 functionality to avoid some of the drawn out gyrations you have to do when you...
Pros: Mouse is easy to grasp due to the rubberized sides and the touch strip is very sensitive and offers smooth scrolling both horizontally and vertically. Extra button can make bouncing to Start screen a breeze in Windows 8.
Cons: SetPoint 6.51 software has very limited to no configuration options for extra buttons. Low profile can take getting used to. Touch strip is not as accurate as wheel.