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Logitech Wireless Touchpad Review
The largest touchpad for Windows offers smooth tracking and a frictionless feel, but is ultimately hurt by a lack of certain key multi-touch gestures.
There exists a plot to rid this world of all its mice, man! The touchy-feely conspirators behind the movement have already carried out major attacks on the Macintosh with Magic hardware and reversed scrolling directions, but today even the Windows crowd is being targeted by overhauls to the Windows UI and fingertip devouring hardware. I’m talking, of course, about Logitech’s Wireless Touchpad. Will it be a viable agent of change to displace the mouse from the desktop? How does it stack up against other touchpads? Is this paragraph a poorly disguised attempt at generating pageviews, or am I just another paranoid writer? Find out the answers to all these and more in my in-depth review.
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- Smooth tracking performance
- Oversized discrete buttons
- All gestures can be used without drivers
- Lacks pinch-to-zoom, rotate
- Lacks two and three finger taps, clicks
- Cannot be paired with Bluetooth