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Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad is a welcome, if imperfect, input device

Lex Friedman | March 7, 2013
I use Logitech's Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 every day. That keyboard satisfies my particular needs: I prefer a full-size keyboard with a number pad, and I want it to work wirelessly without having to remember to change batteries.

Bottom line

I wanted to love the Rechargeable Trackpad: I don't like dealing with batteries, and I want to keep using a trackpad, so Logitech's offering seemed perfect for me. My minor complaints border on trivial, but the annoyance of errant touches is a disappointment, even if a manageable one. That said, I've stuck with the Rechargeable Trackpad instead of going back to my Magic Trackpad--despite the latter's better touch handling, I appreciate the rechargeable battery enough to give Logitech's Trackpad the edge for me. Still: I look forward to the next version Logitech releases.


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