|Wireless Type||2.4 GHz Radio Frequency, 802.11abg|
Logitech Rechargeable Touchpad T650 with Windows 8 Multi-Touch Navigation - Black
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- Offers fast, fluid navigation at your fingertips to quickly scroll, zoom and much more
- Large, silky smooth glass surface, embedded precision sensors and resistance to fingerprints and scratches
- Recognizes up to 13 unique Windows 8 gestures, including one to easily access your favorite apps
- Fast, fluid Windows 8 touch navigation: Glide through all your content with the full range of Windows 8 touch gestures
- Large, glass touch area: Spacious touch surface delivers premium smoothness and navigating precision
- Click-anywhere surface: Click wherever your fingers rest, virtually anywhere on the touch surface
- Rechargeable convenience: Long-life internal battery with easy USB charging, even while you work
- Wireless simplicity: Tiny Unifying receiver connects up to six compatible mice and keyboards using just one USB port
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|Item Dimensions||5.7 x 5.9 x 1.3 in||3.9 x 5.3 x 1.2 in||5.71 x 5.93 x 1.27 in||5.25 x 7 x 2.25 in||1.31 x 11.25 x 16.64 in||5 x 6.9 x 0.8 in|
The Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650. More surface, more gestures. Glide through Windows 8 with a wide range of gestures and experience fast, fluid navigation at your fingertips.
From the Manufacturer
Logitech Rechargeable Touchpad T650
Glide through Windows 8 with more surface, more gestures.
Unlock the power of your Windows 8 PC with the touchpad that puts the full range of Windows 8 multi-touch gestures at your fingertips. With a roomy glass surface and precision sensors, you get smooth, effortless navigation of everything from email to Facebook—in a wireless touchpad that built-in trackpads simply can’t touch.
Fast, fluid navigation at your fingertips
- 13 gestures—Windows 8 touch navigation at its best and fullest
- Glide through web pages, emails, documents and more with simple, intuitive finger gestures
Smooth horizontal/vertical scrolling
Use two fingers for smooth-as-silk scrolling along the glass touch surface.
Point and click anywhere
Glide one finger anywhere across the surface to point. Tap to click wherever your fingers rest.
New Windows 8 Start Screen gesture
Three-finger swipe up to quickly access your apps, contacts, calendar and more.
New Windows 8 Edge Gesture
Swipe one finger across the edge from left-to-right to switch apps; right-to-left to go to the charms menu; top-to-bottom to activate the app menu.
Pinch to zoom
Two-finger pinch to zoom in and out of photos, web pages, documents and more.
Plenty of room to roam
- Large, smooth glass surface gives your fingers more freedom to perform any gesture
- Perform gestures anywhere on the surface—even near the edges
- Embedded precision sensors deliver pinpoint accuracy and control
- Durable fingerprint-and-scratch-resistant design
Non-stop rechargeable power
- Get up to one month of power per charge
- Easy charging with included USB cable—even while you’re using the touchpad
- On/off switch and low-battery indicator means you never have to worry about losing power again
Plug it. Forget it. Add to it.
- Tiny Unifying receiver stays in your laptop and connects up to six compatible wireless mice and keyboards. Learn more >
- Eliminates need to change receivers or sacrifice another USB port
What's in the box?
- Unifying receiver
- USB charging cable
- User documentation
What you need:
- Windows 8, Windows RT or Windows 7
- USB port
- Internet connection (for software download)
Which Logitech Touch Device for Windows 8 Is Right For You?
Rechargeable Touchpad T650
|What do you get?||A traditional mouse with familiar buttons plus touch zone for smooth scrolling||Full touch surface with more gestures||Widest range of gestures in a large rechargeable touchpad|
|Gestures you can do||4||6||13|
|Large touch area|
|Ultra-smooth touch surface for fluid, precise control|
|Advanced laser-grade optical tracking on virtually any surface||N/A|
|Battery life*||Up to 18 months||Up to 6 months||USB-rechargeable internal battery. Up to one month of power on a full charge.|
|Unifying receiver/wireless connection to 6 compatible devices|
|Compatibility||Windows 8, Windows RT or Windows 7||Windows 8 or Windows 7||Windows 8, Windows RT or Windows 7|
Top customer reviews
Pros: Works wonderfully. I wish I invented it.
Cons: A minor con which I will turn into a tip for you. Nowhere with the "Setpoint" software, which is where you can review shortcuts and customize settings, did I see the following information... so I will share with you something I learned on my own. The Touchpad rests on four cushions, one at each corner. The LOWER LEFT and LOWER RIGHT cushions also function as a mouse's left and right click buttons by pressing down on them. So, for example, you can press down on the left corner with your thumb, and use your finger to highlight text, or drag a document or an app, etc. This is only a "con" because Logitech doesn't show you how to do this, an oversight on their part, but this "tip" does work.
MY BOTTON LINE: This is far more cost effective, as well as practical, than getting a touch screen. It is cordless, has a USB recharger and can be used while charging, and it does not take up much space. I usually have it to the left of my mouse pad, or sometimes, since it's cordless, I'll occasionally have it resting on my right knee. So go ahead, recline in your chair, kick your feet up, and keep this cordless wonder on your arm rest, leg, knee, beer belly, whatever. And if it's freedom of placement and ease of use isn't enough, it also comes with a 3 year warranty.
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I thought this product would be a good replacement for the mouse, but without drag capability, you still have to keep a mouse on your desk. I have sent a email to Logitech, asking about this, but so far no response. Hopefully they will update the software to allow for this function. If they do, I would give the product 5 stars.
I found that you can click and drag with the T650. Two of the feet on the bottom of the pad are actually buttons. To click and drag you simply, move the pointer to the item to be dragged, use your thumb to press down on and hold one of the bottom corners of the pad, hard enough to click the button/foot, which is very easy to feel, then use your index finger to move the item to the new location.
This works really well. I just wasn't able to find instructions for this in the documentation provided with the pad or online.
Overall, with now knowing how to click and drag, I really like this pad. If you spend a lot of time sitting at a computer screen, using the touchpad instead of a mouse is much easy on the hands.
My mouse has Retired!
Despite Logitech's well-known indifference to and apparent dislike of the Linux/Unix world, they do make some good products, and so I decided to try the T650 based on some early comments from Linux users. I spend most of my time typing, not mousing. I wanted to try a trackpad in the hope that I could do the relatively few mouse-y things I needed without moving my arm too far away from the keyboard.
Out of the box, the trackpad came with firmware version 041.000.00033 which allowed it to be used for most gestures under Linux immediately. However, clicking required actually depressing one of the physical microswitches located in the very bottom left and right hand corners. This was awkward and unwieldy. The solution is to update the firmware in the trackpad from the manufacturers site support dot logitech dot com. Unfortunately, this update must be done on a Windows host by first downloading the update, then downloading the Unifying Receiver software and using it (in "advanced" mode) to perform the update. However, once the firmware update is done, the trackpad is much more capable. Most notably, you can tap anywhere to click and tap with two fingers to right click. MUCH nicer and smoother. There's no need to use the physical click switches at all and this makes a huge difference in usability.
1. Very smooth operation, easy to control, easy to manage. Very similar in feel to a MBP trackpad, but bigger. Easy to configure different swipe patterns, eg three finger swipe to bring up a menu. With only a very light touch required, the pad manages to avoid becoming stained with finger oils after use. I've not had to clean it yet.
2. Will likely work great with most Linux distributions, once the firmware is updated. (Will be usable but hamstrung until then).
3. It's very low-key in appearance and fits in well with my "all black" developer workstation. It seems well-built and solid. The status LED is subtle and (unlike some devices these days) does not attempt to signal ships foundering off the coast.
1. The firmware update has apparently been around for some time - why doesn't Logitech ship trackpads with the current firmware on them already? Why did they send me old merchandise?
2. The device is advertised as being portable, but there is no slot to store the receiver USB dongle like there is with other Logitech devices. This means it has to be carried separately.
3. If you do want to use it in multiple locations with a receiver at each location, be aware that the device can only be paired with one receiver at a time, so you'll have to run the pairing software each time. The alternative is to carry the paired receiver along with the device, but then see #2 above. I can only surmise that the cost of 8 bytes of memory for an additional receiver address would have pushed the product into unprofitability.
4. It uses the very-small-and-delicate USB 2.0 mini-B connector, which is known to be an unreliable weak point after a relatively small number of insert/remove cycles. Be careful plugging and unplugging. I mostly just leave it plugged in as it's dedicated to my desktop. If you're mobile all the time, this may be a consideration.
5. The battery is not removable. Once it stops accepting a charge, you will either have to keep it connected all the time or throw away the device.
Not real green, Logitech.
1. The device attaches via a USB cable, but this is used -only- for charging the battery. I haven't had the device long enough to test Logitech's claim that the battery lasts for 30 days, but at some point you're going to have to hook it up. From my point of view, it would have been a lot easier to use the USB cable for both data and power like every other normal device, but Logitech seems pretty wedded to their little receiver dongle thingies. For the majority of us that don't have 6 different Logitech devices (or even more than one), the unifying receiver stuff is mostly just annoying hype.
2. If you have a mechanical keyboard, the trackpad itself is likely much thinner than the keyboard, meaning you have to move your hand down as well as laterally from the keyboard to access it. I'll be looking for a way to bring the trackpad up to the same height as my keyboard so I can move smoothly between them. This may be as simple as a small block underneath it; not sure yet, suggestions appreciated.
Overall, I'm pleased with how this device now operates. I wish Logitech would recognize that the Linux market exists and would lift a corporate pinky finger to expend the small amount of effort it would take to properly support their devices under Linux.