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Logitech announces Wireless Touchpad for Windows 7 PCs

By Jos
Sep 14, 2011
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  1. Taking a page from Apple, which last year released the Magic Trackpad, Logitech today announced its own version of the mouse companion (or replacement) designed to add multi-touch capabilities to…

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  2. stewi0001

    stewi0001 TS Enthusiast Posts: 332   +23

    meh, I dunno if I would really have any use for this. I hate the ones on laptops and I know this isn't the same but I'm still happy with my mouse. I think it is because of those accidental tap clicks.
     
  3. As a software developer the $50 price tag will allow me to get more into the multi-touch area of Windows since I don't want to go buy another $1,000 computer just to get multi-touch to learn on. Hopefully it will be better than Microsoft touch mouse, which is much worse than Apple magic mouse in terms of usability on Windows machines (quite ironic IMO)...
     
  4. nismo91

    nismo91 TS Guru Posts: 1,004   +11

    never been a fan of multi-touch touchpad.

    ive been using laptops for years and i still prefer the classic synaptics touchpad for tapping, coasting, vertical and horizontal scrolling. these features (which exist in most laptop with synaptics) allow me to use only my right thumb and index finger for daily operation.
     
  5. Cota

    Cota TS Enthusiast Posts: 521   +8

    So now Logitech is infected whit mouth-breathing syndrome too? :'(
     
  6. Dead on arrival.


    Touchpads are cumbersome to use.


    I still prefer a mouse.


    They should create a high-tech mouse instead.
     


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