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Logitech T650 910-003057 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Touchpad

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  • newegg Fast, fluid navigation at your fingertips Quickly scroll through your favorite web pages, pinch-to-zoom in on your family photos, and much more. Give it one touch—immediately feel the genius of touch navigation. Combined with Logitech’s new touch device T650, using Windows 8 will feel fast, intuitive and enjoyable. It gives you a touchscreen-like experience that brings you closer than ever to the things you love. This touch device is also compatible with Windows 7.
  • newegg Plenty of room to roam The large, smooth, glass surface gives your fingers the freedom to perform up to 13 unique Windows 8 gestures. With embedded precision sensors and resistance to fingerprints and scratches, built-in touchpads simply can’t touch this.
  • newegg Quick access to Windows 8 Start screen Easily access your favorite apps on the Windows 8 Start screen with a simple dedicated gesture.
  • newegg Non-stop rechargeable power The T650 is rechargeable with up to one-month battery life* on a single charge. Just plug in the USB cable—even while using it—and instantly begin charging. With an on/off switch and low-battery status indicator, never worry about losing power again. (*Battery life may vary based on use and computing conditions.)
  • newegg Advanced 2.4 GHz technology Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless delivers even more robust, reliable performance than ever before, effectively eliminating delays and dropouts (compared to conventional 2.4 GHz and 27 MHz wireless technologies). The Logitech Unifying receiver can connect up to six compatible devices eliminating the hassle of purchasing a new receiver.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
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  • Simon F.
  • 8/21/2015 7:27:40 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood Hardware

Pros: The touchpad works well and takes the strain off your poor mouse hand.

Cons: The Logitech software is frustrating and doesn't seem to work.

Other Thoughts: I've got The Logitech wireless Touchpad in addition to a Logitech wireless mouse and a keyboard on various PCs. They all use these tiny little dongles which are supposed to be able to handle up to 6 interface devices each. HA! The pairing software just sits there spinning, finds one device and craps out. I've spent hours on this, but one dongle goes to use device only, they will not share.

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  • Robert M.
  • 4/16/2015 7:12:59 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsWorth the effor

Pros: Large, with rechargeable battery, gestures.

This is a great way to relieve pressure on your fingers from using a normal mouse.

Also, if you're into Win 8 gestures.

Cons: You have to update the firmware to make it work like a normal trackpad, like on a laptop.

That isn't so bad, the PROBLEM is that the LINK for "firmware update instructions" on the Logitech website is broken.

Other Thoughts: 1. Download the firmware file
2. Install Unifying software
3. Make sure the T650 is paired to computer by moving mouse
4. Run the firmware file (there is no confirmation of completion)
5. Charge the T650 until the green light stops blinking
6. DISCONNECT USB CABLE from the T650 and computer
7. With the T650 turned on, open unifying software
8. Click "Advanced," Click "TouchPad T650," Click "Update Firmware"
9. When it says to switch it OFF and back ON again, do this:
Switch it off. Wait 3 seconds. Switch it on.
10. Firmware updates.
11. It asks you to switch it off and on. Repeat step 9.

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  • Michael W.
  • 4/6/2015 10:56:01 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsFirmware tap-to-click

Pros: - Firmware and Logitech software will correct the absence of tap-to-click
- Updates add 2finger-tap-to-right click
- Rechargeable battery
- Off switch to save battery life
- Gestures are cool in win8

Cons: - Had to update right out of the box (feet buttons are inadequate.)

Other Thoughts: Hope it works with win10...

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  • JOSHUA P.
  • 3/9/2015 5:43:33 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsOutstanding!

Pros: Rechargeable, wireless, very simple to set up and use, supports Logitech Set Point software, excellent wireless range, excellent battery life, perfect for web browsing and/or HTPC use,

Cons: I hold it in my hand, rather than putting it on a flat surface, and it reads a finger on either side as a touch sometimes, and instead of scrolling it zooms in or right clicks. A minor annoyance that only happens because I'm using it in a way it's not meant to be used. And this is more of a comment than a con, but it would be even more perfect if it had volume up/down and mute buttons on it. Dragging a tiny volume up/down slider precisely with a trackpad is very difficult.

Other Thoughts: I have my high performance/gaming computer hooked up to the TV in my living room, and I use this trackpad every day to control it from the couch. Using this thing with the Windows 8 Netflix app is better than fantastic, the pinch to zoom feature makes reading stories in my Facebook news feed from 10-15 feet away no problem at all, and left/right click and scrolling couldn't be easier. I absolutely love this thing, and I highly recommend it to anyone running an HTPC of any kind. Really, I can't speak highly enough of this product, but even if I could, 3,000 characters wouldn't be enough. Buy one.

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  • C. C.
  • 3/1/2015 5:16:13 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNOT A REAL TOUCHPAD! Buttons are the feet!

Pros: It looks like a giant touchpad (great for those with size insecurity).
It's wireless and rechargeable.

Cons: It's enormous. This fcuker is ostentatiously big.

It seems like a compensator for folks who wish they had a touchscreen monitor to deal with Win8.

THE BUTTONS ARE THE GOT-DAMM FEET! This is a mac-like touchpad, not a real touchpad. One cannot mouse-click by tapping the surface. One must keep the thing on a flat surface and press the units FEET to register a mouse-click (or press it hard enough to do so - a simple touch does not suffice). What the flock?!

Other Thoughts: This might work well for somebody, but not for me.

I have two touchpads (Cirque, r.i.p.) on which I can tap the surface and register a click. I can tap a differently textured area for a left-click. What the flock is wrong with the knuckle-draggers who designed this that it cannot do that? Are they stuck in 1984? Buttons on the BACK? Why? Only on a mac must one move the ENTIRE SURFACE to mouse-click. (If you don’t know, that makes it IMPOSSIBLE to do anything near precision work.) I don’t drink the apple kool-aid for a reason.

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  • Jeffrey K.
  • 1/12/2015 8:35:48 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsTouchpad T650

Pros: Easy to use with window's 7 or 8. I move it back and forth between two computers with ease.

Cons: Logitech can be fussy about installing drivers for this.

Other Thoughts: The package came slightly gouged and the device was seemingly marred on the working surface but it polished right up to a new looking surface and works flawlessly. It's nice to know it can take such a beating and still work without a hitch.

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  • David L.
  • 5/21/2014 9:30:26 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsUseful but not perfect

Pros: For the past 15 years I have used a series of laptop-style keyboards with an embedded touchpad, but recently switched to a tenkeyless board plus this touchpad because none of the combo boards use decent mechanical switches.

It is a nice touchpad and the gesture support is more than I had previously. The wireless keeps the desk clean and placement easy.

Cons: The drivers for this are flaky. Things worked well when first installed, but failed to recognize any of the gestures next day. It was in basic mouse mode and would only respond to mechanical clicks, not taps. I tried a variety of things,. pairing and unpairing, but could not get it back.

All of the enhanced gestures are handled in software, but there is a firmware update (.38) that moves them into hardware. Flashing that made it work much better (and is also needed if you want to run non-windows)

I knew it was large, but thought I might be able to run it in the center (which works best for my RSI) but alas, this is a one side or the other device.

The lack of surface buttons are less of a feature and more of a problem. It looks cool, but it makes complex click drag things more complicated. Ultimately I decided that I could not use it as a primary pointing device and moved it to my left hand, keeping a traditional mouse on the right.

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  • Justin B.
  • 5/16/2014 4:05:06 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEnjoyable little device!

Pros: This device is pretty enjoyable and has plenty of good attributes.

- The tracking is pretty precise.
- The software is low-resource hungry, and won't bog down the system.
- The glass always feels smooth, and I very, very rarely ever feel my fingers getting "stuck" or not gliding along the service.
- Easy to clean.
- Logitech's unifying receiver works well with this device and others by the company, so you only need one USB.
- Trackpad works very well with Linux Mint, at least for me it did.
- Windows 8 gestures work well, and Windows 7 do also.
- Gestures are largely customizable and changeable.
- Battery lasted a very long time per charge. Somewhere between 3 weeks to a month, with about 4+ hours usage per day.
- Makes using a computer feel very natural or... More so personal, if that makes sense.

Cons: None too many.

- Adjustable height would have been a great feature.
- May hurt your wrist without proper desk height/arm support.
- Not recommended for gaming.
- Not recommended for certain precision tasks, such as photo editing/ or any sort of art altering and creating when you need a steady hand.

Other Thoughts: Received it as a birthday gift and it was a great little buy! It makes good use as say a wireless mouse instead for an HTPC, as you don't need a mouse mat or really need to worry about charging often. Just keep it on the couch cushion next to you with a wireless keyboard and you'll have a great time using it for that purpose. Over all in general, if you're just accustomed to trackpads, or want something that feels a bit more interactive with a computer vs. a standard mouse, try out this device!

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  • jim k.
  • 4/29/2014 9:08:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsDelightful initial impression on Win 7

Pros: It is aesthetically pleasing, minimalist too. Works on any surface that I’ve tried. Desktop, arm of a sofa, in my lap, in my hands while walking around. Works tethered or not, additionally any powered micro USB connection can charge it, not just the computer it is paired with.

It paired up with the unifying software very simply. Updating the firmware just takes a few seconds more. I have found it convenient to have multiple keyboards, or mice, and/or a touchpad assigned to the same platform.

The gestures were easy to pickup just from the pictures on the box. I had to look through the users' guide to get the three and four finger commands. Setpoint allows you to modify some of the gesture controls but they cannot be re-tasked. This works nicely on Win 7, I have not had the opportunity to try it with Win 8 and the gestures specific to that interface.

Cons: Being a glass surface, it can be broken by dropping or dropping something onto it. It can be confused for a coaster for a coffee mug.

It is not a mouse or trackball, it doesn't have the speed or precision of a trackball. I have not tried it out in gaming other than solitaire and hearts, however I do not think it would be very good for FPS games.

It is small, 5-1/16 x 5-1/8 inches. Easy to mislay and cover with a sheet of paper. Perhaps a locating 'beeper' can be put into further releases.

The battery is proprietary, cannot keep a AA or AAA for a handy spare.

Other Thoughts: I am using this on Win 7. The few times I have setup Win 8, I would fall back to using the classic windows for navigation purposes, not having a touch screen. Now I can try Win 8 with the gestures the UI was built for. It may be good.

I have touchpad keyboards, the K400 and diNovo Edge. The K400 is fine for scrolling through pages. The diNovo touchpad was too small to be effective for me. The T650 is superior to those for it's functionality, but they were different products.

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  • Nicholas R.
  • 4/8/2014 9:20:03 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsMagical device

Pros: replaced my mouse, especially since I use a game-pad for gaming. Highly accurate and once you learn the gestures which I did in the past couple of hours this device makes using a windows 8 PC simply futuristic... can you adapt?

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: charges in one hour for one months worth of battery life ^^

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