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Logitech Wireless Touchpad with Multi-Touch Navigation

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  • Intuitive multi-touch navigation: Point, scroll and swipe your way through the web with gesture-based controls
  • Roomy touchpad: Large (5-inch) touch surface for easy browsing with your fingertips
  • Clutter-free wireless device: No cords or hassles-put it anywhere on your desk or tabletop and start navigating
  • Wireless simplicity: Robust and reliable connection with a tiny Unifying receiver that stays in your computer
  • Compatibility: For Windows 7 computers only
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 1.2 x 5.7 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005DSPLC6
  • Item model number: 910-002345
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (258 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 2, 2011

Product Description

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Features



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Logitech Wireless Touchpad
Point, scroll, swipe—naturally

This roomy touchpad with multi-touch navigation makes it fun and easy to go wherever you want to go on the web and more. Simply move your fingers on the touchpad to control the cursor, scroll through documents and Facebook news feeds, or flip through photos—all without cords and clutter.



Wireless Touchpad
Noteworthy Features
•  Multi-touch navigation with intuitive fingertip control
•  Large 5-inch touch surface for easy browsing
•  Clutter-free wireless device
•  Convenient plug-and-forget Unifying wireless receiver
•  For Windows 7 computers
Browse with multi-touch ease
Navigate the web, emails, documents and more with intuitive finger gestures:
  • One-finger pointing and cursor control
  • Two-finger scrolling
  • Three-finger swiping
  • Four-finger app switching

  •   Point
    Just touch one finger anywhere on the touchpad to control your cursor.

      Scroll
    Drag two fingers to scroll up or down through a document or your favorite web page—like your list of friends on your Facebook page.

      Swipe
    A simple, three-finger horizontal swipe moves you back and forth so you can flip through your wedding photos or move from your Amazon wish list to your Gmail account in a flash. With a three-finger vertical swipe, you can easily move page-up or page-down.

      Switch
    Use a four-finger swipe to switch between your favorite applications. Jump from Internet Explorer to Skype with just a swipe.

    Large touch surface
    The 5-inch touchpad gives you plenty of room to let your fingers do the navigating.

      Clutter-free convenience
  • No cords or hassles
  • Standalone wireless device can be placed anywhere on your desk or table
  • Go for up to four months without changing batteries (Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions)


  •   Wireless simplicity
  • The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your laptop and connects up to six compatible wireless devices Learn More >>

  • Plug it into your computer and start using your touchpad right away


  •   Reliable connection
  • Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless virtually eliminates delays, dropouts and interference—even in the busiest wireless environments.


  • Compatibility



    Cooling Pad N200 What's in the box?
  • Wireless Touchpad
  • Unifying receiver
  • 2 AA batteries
  • User documentation
  • 3-year limited hardware warranty
  • Works With
  • Windows 7
  • USB port
  • Product Description

    Logitech Wireless Touchpad. Point, scroll, swipe-naturally. With intuitive, gesture-based controls, it's a snap to point, scroll and swipe your way to wherever you go on the Web and more. Plus, the large touch surface gives you plenty of room to let your fingertips do the clicking.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    I use Ubuntu, and Windows 7 and all gestures work fine on both OS's.
    Mike
    This touch pad is a bit of a learning curve, but it is much easier on the wrist.
    terribea
    You can also tap and click the bottom button, but that's also awkward.
    J

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Jae P. Shu on January 11, 2012
    Verified Purchase
    I'd start off by saying that I've never used the Mac's touchpad, so I have nothing to compare it to, but it doesn't matter, since I use Win7. It'd be comparing an apple and an orange.

    After I plugged in the usb receiver, it started working right away. I went ahead and went to Logitech website and downloaded their software, installed them, without any glitch.

    I've noticed a lot of people thought it was just "ok" but after just one day of use, I must say, I'd give better than 4 star rating. Here's why:

    1. comfortable (that's the whole point, right?).
    2. Wireless, and the receiver is tiny, so I can leave it in the usb, and just forget about it.
    3. small enough to fit on my workstation, but much larger than the touch pad my laptop came with (below the space bar on the keyboard).
    4. I love the extra functions this touchpad has that my old mouse did not have. Two-finger touch/ scrolling, three finger touch (makes scrolling up and down on a long document much easier), and four finger touch (my favorite! Move four fingers up and all your open windows pop up and just choose the window you want to look at).
    5. left and right mouse buttons. The fact that they put these buttons means you can do everything with this device that can be done with a mouse.
    6. Price: at $25 (amazon daily sale price), it wasn't a big investment, but I'll be using it everyday at work!

    Now here's why it didn't get 5 star:
    1. The touchpad has margins about an inch on both sides. It can be annoying because your finger might still be moving but once it leaves the "sensitive" part, the cursor also stops. I don't find it that annoying, but I can understand some people's frustrations.
    2. Hard to play games with.
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    Having just an average of 3.5 stars on the Amazon product page, I was at first a bit hesitant in deciding to buy one. Because this Logitech Touchpad was Amazon's Deal of the Day recently, I was able to ask some questions in the comments section while the sale was still live, and was assured by a few participants that it works well.

    And indeed, this trackpad works beautifully. In navigating my browser (Google Chrome), I no longer have to use the mouse to point and click the navigation buttons.

    To move the mouse pointer, use 1 finger on the trackpad.

    To scroll up or down, use 2 fingers.

    To go to the previous webpage, use 3 fingers to swipe from right to left.

    And to go to the next page that you have visited before, use 3 fingers to swipe from left to right.

    Although large left and right mouse buttons are provided in the lower portion of the trackpad, the left-click button is really not necessary, because you can just tap the trackpad and it will register as a left mouse click. This is very convenient. The tap effort required is very light and just right.

    This wireless touchpad uses two AA batteries for power, and it has a power switch on the backside. You need to plug a tiny Unifying receiver into your computer's USB port.

    Some reviewers deem the trackpad area too small, when compared to Apple's Magic Trackpad, but I do not find it a problem. It's probably because I do not move my fingers in one continuous stroke but several small strokes. Unlike a mouse, lifting a finger is much easier than grabbing a mouse and lifting it. Overall, the experience is quite good.

    Update (1-12-12):

    Originally designed for Windows 7, this touchpad amazingly also works under Mac OS X (Snow Leopard) and Google Chrome OS Lime, although the 3-finger left/right swipes do NOT work. Basic functionality: 1-finger pointer moving, 2-finger vertical scrolling, and tap to left-click all work normally.
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    59 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Alan on December 28, 2011
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    The Logitech Wireless Touch pad works well, it's a nice shape, and it looks good. The smooth plastic feels good to the finger tips. In almost all ways I like it, and wish I liked it enough to use it.

    The problem is that there is no texture difference in the plastic helping you finger feel when it has passed from the sensitive inner zone to the insensitive outer zone. The effect is to produce a sluggish nonresponsive sensation every time the finger strays too far from the middle of the pad. I bought a laptop computer in September that I returned to the store after a few hours of use because its touchpad had the same problem; you can't feel the boundary of the sensitive region. For me, the missing boundary makes it feel too unresponsive, but maybe other people won't mind. Logitech could easily fix this. They did make a narrow slightly indented curve at each of the four corners of the sensitive area. If they were to extend that same effect to form a rectangular box around the sensitive region, the touchpad would be nearly perfect. The Logitech Touchpad is a great idea, but in its current form I'm not going to keep using it.
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    73 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Andy on October 3, 2011
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    It's a great option if you would like to use a trackpad for you PC, but, unfortunatly, it is not a great trackpad. It does the job and is very usable, but small quality problems do add up. First, it's plastic. I am OK with plastic, but your finger will not glide across this as smooth as the glass trackpads made by Apple...it makes a difference. But then of course I did not really expect it to. Second, the dead space around the edges (the corner markings) are frustrating. I find myself frequenty with the feeling the my mouse stopped working only to look down and see I am in a "dead zone". I'll adjust, but the design did not have to be that way. As for mutli-point gestures - they are there but not great. Two finger scrolling feels a little rough, but it works.

    My expectations for this trackpad were not high, and I got exactly what I expected: a decent trackpad that helps me off load some work from my mouse hand to another input device (I use a mouse and this trackpad at the same time - one on each hand). Would I buy it again? Yes. It is the best I have seen for a PC and I am glad I got it. But I guess if you want real quality in hardware you need to go with Apple. That's my next move.
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