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Logitech Wireless Touchpad

alaTest has collected and analyzed 196 reviews of Logitech Wireless Touchpad. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers really like the size and durability. The price and design are also appreciated.

usability, design, price, durability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Logitech Wireless Touchpad is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 57 user reviews of Logitech Wireless Touchpad from The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Reviews about the reliability and design are generally positive. The price and usability also get good views. There are some less positive comments about the durability and size.

usability, price, design, reliability

size, durability

88% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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Jun, 2018

Expert review by : Natalie Shoemaker (

Logitech Wireless Touchpad


Product not yet reviewed by PCMag editors.

There does seem to be SetPoint configuration software available for the Wireless Touchpad, but it's unclear if it will be as extensive as customizing your own gestures or as basic as setting the cursor's sensitivity.

Oct, 2011

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The largest touchpad for Windows offers smooth tracking and a frictionless feel, but is ultimately hurt by a lack of certain key multi-touch gestures.

Smooth tracking performance ; Oversized discrete buttons ; All gestures can be used without drivers

Lacks pinch-to-zoom, rotate ; Lacks two and three finger taps, clicks ; Cannot be paired with Bluetooth ; Uncomfortable for extended use

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Steven Norris: grumpy curmudgeon (

Logitech Wireless Touchpad: reinventing the wheel


Who ever thought that turning a mouse on its belly and rubbing its little rubber nubbin would be preferable to standard mouse control? The trackball actual

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Michael Seo (

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Although constrained by the limits of Windows, the Wireless Touchpad does a nice job of bringing the touch-pad experience to desktop PCs.

Supports multi-touch gestures ; Smooth response ; Physical, not virtual, buttons

Driver download highly recommended ; Surface of pad isn’t as smooth as the glass on Apple's Magic Trackpad ; Tiny USB receiver is easily lost

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Steve Holt (

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I have been a mouse guy my whole life. I have had a contentious lifelong relationship with the touchpad on my laptops and have always gravitated to the mouse. I tried several trackball devices over the years thinking that perhaps I was missing...

Good build quality ; Dead-simple to install ; Sexy design (yes, I said sexy)

5-inch touch area not big enough ; Needs more gestures

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : James Pikover (

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Before reviewing the MacBook Air, I hated trackpads. It's just a technology that I feel never really cemented itself with us, as human beings, because it requires touch, and every touch is different. A very dry [...]

Solid design, tactile buttons, comfortable to use for long periods on the couch or at a table ; It works just right! Wireless signal is strong at a distance of 20

Windows 7 isn’t suited for touch-sensitive gestures; no OS X support ; Trackpad square has no tactile bounds, its too easy to slide a finger off the sensitive portion

Sep, 2011

Expert review by : Cliff Joseph (

Logitech Wireless Touchpad


Accessory of the Week Most Wintel laptops now support a limited range of multi-touch gestures on their trackpads, such as the two-finger swipe to scroll up or down through long documents and web pages. However, Logitech's new Wireless Touchpad is the...

An improvement on a conventional mouse, but its lacks the polish of Apple’s Magic Trackpad.

Nov, 2011

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Great Product!!



Accurate Tracking,Comfortable Design,Fast Response,Glides Smoothly,Great Features,Works On Any Surface

Maybe a little high price

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Very pleased!


I'm glad that I have one!

Accurate Tracking,Comfortable Design,Fast Response

Consumer review (

Interesting but I would prefer to


okay need a slight ridge so you can tell you are not tracking. I would add more features that can be programmed. I got this hoping to aid graphics zoom and point. The pointing isn't working as good as a mouse. Zoom is good in graphics and web use. I...

Inaccurate Tracking","Slow Response

Product Specifications


Color of product:Black

Energy Management

Batteries included: Yes
Battery Type:AA
Number of batteries supported:2

Other Features

Compatible operating systems:Windows 7


Batteries included:Y
Battery Type:AA
Number of batteries supported:2

Technical Details

Connectivity Technology:Wireless
Wireless technologies:Wireless