Logitech Wireless Touchpad T650

79
Global
Score
79

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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Engadget Summary

Want to be able to perform Windows 8-style multitouch gestures without investing in a touchscreen display? The T650 is designed to let you do just that, and PC Mag says it's largely successful, giving you "all of the intuitive control of a touch screen in a comfortable, unobtrusive peripheral." However, it's not perfect; CNET says that "mimicking touch-screen gestures is still an imperfect experience," and Pocket Lint says its accuracy "just isn't as good as our trusty old wireless mouse."

from $41.39+

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Ergonomics / comfort
8.0
Accuracy and sensitivity
7.3
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Specs

Wireless Touchpad

Type
Tablet
Input type
Capacitive [finger]
Connection type
Wireless
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Specs

Wireless Touchpad

Type
Tablet
Input type
Capacitive [finger]
Connection type
Wireless
View Full Specs
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