Recently, I get tired of using Mouse on my notebook and was looking at Touchpad as an alternative as previously when I was using an Apple iMac, I have both the Magic TrackPad and Magic Mouse and most of the time my fingers spent on using the TrackPad.
Now I am all into Windows products and have been using Logitech products for the longest. I have around 6 different wireless mouse ranging from the lowest end one ending up on my lab server because the frequency that I am using it is really too low until the highest end one that I use for my day-to-day.
Let’s look at this little new gadget.
Pardon me for the ugly box as this is brought from Challenger @ Funan.
I really like the surface of this TrackPad and it is slightly smoother compared to Apple Magic TrackPad. Since the start of using this little new gadget, my mouse have been sitting and hiding in my bag.
It have 13 customization gestures for you to customize on Windows 8.
Here is an example of the configuration screen.
It’s call Mouse and Keyboard Settings. The next few screen shot will detail out the various settings that can be applied to the TrackPad.
This is something I really fancy of when any manufacturer build their software to understand more about their hardware. This is really useful because it tells me when I should really charge my device and at the same time I will have a good estimation how long the battery can last after a full charge.
I would recommend anyone who is using Windows 8 to get this TrackPad if you were a fan of Apple Magic TrackPad! By the way, there is another version which is slightly cheaper by SGD 10 which is the equivalent version that can replace Apple Magic TrackPad. [Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac]
Link to Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650 – Here