Superior to Apple track pad,
This review is from: Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac (Accessory)
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What's nice about this trackpad is the lightness of touch needed to effect the mouse click control. I found (reviewed separately) that the Apple needed way too much pressure, resulting in RSI after very short use. This is much softer and more comfortable to use, and looks the business too. It doesn't have the aluminium of the Apple. but it does have a very smart silver - and not white as implied by the images - covered in glass. It does everything you need it to, including two fingers for scroll. Very simple to use. The final added bonus is that it is rechargeable, rather than battery powered. It does this via a USB that plugs into your Mac.
I mark this down one point as the instructions are useless. I found that, contrary to the manual, I didn't need to pair it with the Mac, it just did it automatically. Pairing wasn't instant but took about 30 seconds. You don't then need to go to the Logitech website, it just automatically knows what to do.
If you want a track pad for your Mac, I would recommend this above the Apple alternative.
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Initial post: 13 Nov 2013 14:33:17 GMT
You haven't got the Apple trackpad set-up properly then if you are having to use pressure to effect mouse clicks on it. You can use the settings option to allow gentle quiet light touching of the trackpad.
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