Logitech Wireless Touchpad
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Multi-point gestures work fairly consistently. Responsive to your movements, no noticeable lag. Fairly solid construction, feels natural and durable.
The Cons:Finger doesn't glide across it as smoothly as a glass trackpad. Some dead space around the edges, gets a bit frustrating. Two finger scrolling feels a bit awkward, takes some getting used to.
The Wireless Touchpad is a standalone trackpad from the Logitech company. Functioning similarly to the popular Magic Trackpad product from Apple, this model utilizes a 5-inch scrolling surface for smooth, comfortable cursor control.
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Multi-touch navigation provides four different prompts that are offered depending on the number of finger touching the pad, including one-finger clicking, two-finger scrolling, three-finger vertical and horizontal page swiping and four-finger application swiping. Working in conjunction with the Logitech Unifying receiver, users connect a small USB peripheral to their computer to access advanced 2.4-gigahertz wireless connectivity, providing up to 25 feet of control at full signal strength. Battery life of up to 4 months is available on a single charge, with an in-line LED indicator warning users well in advance when it's time to replenish the power source. The Wireless Touchpad is also reinforced with a four-point set of rubber feet for maintaining balance and sturdy support when in use.
- Matte black aesthetic
- Multi-touch navigation
- 5-inch scrolling surface
- 25-foot wireless range
- One, two, three and four-finger commands
- Logitech Unifying receiver USB connectivity
- 2.4GHz wireless range
- 4-month battery life with LED indicator
User Reviews (3)
multi-point gestures work fairly consistently
responsive to your movements, no noticeable lag
fairly solid construction, feels natural and durable
finger doesn't glide across it as smoothly as a glass trackpad
some dead space around the edges, gets a bit frustrating
two finger scrolling feels a bit awkward, takes some getting used to
sometimes jumps around a bit when you take your fingers off and put them back on
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