Logitech Ultrathin Touch Bluetooth Mouse
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- Designed for Ultrabooks
- Windows 8 touch gesture support
- Bluetooth wireless with Logitech easy-switch technology
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- Windows-based PC: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 USB port for recharging Internet connection for software download.
- Mac: Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later USB port for recharging Internet connection for software download.
- Chrome OS
Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630
Crafted for your Ultrabook
Love the look of your Ultrabook?
Add a little more of what you love with a mouse that complements it ideally. The head-turning, high-performing Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630.
Designed for Ultrabooks
Made with a brushed metallic body and a silky-smooth touch surface, this mouse complements the sleek looks of your Ultrabook computer.
An Ultra-Portable Pair
Super thin and feather light, T630 slips nearly invisibly into a computer sleeve or even the pocket of your skinniest jeans. Your favourite mouse can go everywhere you do.
Touch Your Way Around
Experience Windows Eight navigation—effortlessly and confidently. T630 simplifies the touch experience with natural, intuitive gestures.
One Mouse, Multiple Devices
T630 connects to your devices using Bluetooth wireless technology. And their Easy-Switch technology makes it simple to toggle between your Ultrabook or desktop with the flip of a switch.
Sized for a Fingertip Grip
At just over 8 cm long and 5 cm wide, T630 relies on only your fingertips to operate. The precision sensor responds to even the slightest movements and the touch surface registers nine different touch gestures.
Just one minute of charge time gives you enough power to keep working for another hour. If the charge runs low, simply plug it in. Your mouse charges over USB, so it’s ready when you are.
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Top customer reviews
Unboxing the T630 is just like any other top of the range product, really quite pleasing!
Hooking it up is also very quick and pain-free, simply turn the mouse on and go to your Bluetooth settings to Pair a New Device.
Handling is good, but not amazing, perhaps it's because it's so small it could take some getting used to using just my finger-tips and no palm. I'm coming from (and still holding onto!) the Logitech VX Nano, which has been a very loyal servant for both everyday and some gaming use.
However, my first concern is No Pointer Acceleration - without it just feels plain weird - I am having a very hard time coming back to a very linear movement, which is difficult to quickly switch to the other side of the screen YET at the same time even more difficult to accurately click even when moving very slowly.
The latter brings me on to my next disappointment. That is the 'single left-click'.
1. It's really loud.
2. It's just too stiff.
Both of which combine to make for a rather tough time in clicking where I actually want to click!
As I mentioned before the lack of pointer acceleration has me struggling to 'hit my mark', and then with the stiff single click will most of the time result in a small movement before the click has finished. So effectively by the time I've clicked, the cursor has moved a couple of pixels...
Given the fact the entire top piece of the mouse handles 'touch', I really struggle to come to terms with the fact that we do not have the option to enable a 'single-touch' as the action for a left-click. Surely this is feasible???
For me this would rule out the need to use the physical-click OR button-press.
Lastly, the scroll... It appears to work fine until I noticed I was trying to scoll very slowly and nothing was being picked up, so I scroll a little quicker and suddenly it's zipped off to the bottom of the page... It's minimum threshold has not been set correctly.
All of the above, has me in two minds...
But, I have since reverted back to my VX Nano for day-to-day work and will leave it in the box now until I hear back from Logitech on whether they plan to improve the SetPoint software.
Until then, I'm afraid I am rather underwhelmed...
The Logitech Ultrathin mouse is definitely in the top two or three of them I've owned. The size is pretty good for a start. My hands are quite large, so these mice are always a little pokey in my fingers. The wedge mouse was great, but I ended up with a sore pinky finger from constantly gripping it. This mouse affords a little more palm-space to ease up on the pinky strain.
The battery life is great. I've had it for a good few months and only needed to charge it twice. You can see the LED shut off when it's not in use, and its wake-up time is amazingly quick... You notice a brief moment of inaction before it starts up again when you move it after a while of typing.
The tracking on a variety of surfaces is remarkably good. I've had it working on everything from my knee, an airplane seat handle, glass, and of course the wooden veneer of a train's table. Surprisingly the cover of textbooks seems to throw it off, as does some lined writing paper. Not sure why, perhaps its the randomness of the texture, or the shininess... But I tend to avoid using paper or books.
Pairing is a doddle, and I've had it paired to multiple devices with relatively little pain. It has a little switch on the bottom so you can do that. this makes it stand out nicely from the crowd of Bluetooth mice I've used which defend their current connection to the death. Literally. Some I've had to throw away because they refused to unpair from a device unless the device was there, which is hard when you've accidentally smashed that devices' screen, and are now trying to pair with its replacement.
The only gripe I have is that the charging port is on the underside of the mouse. A strange place to put it! It means that if you're caught on a journey and the mouse runs out of juice, you can't plug it in and use it as a wired mouse (like some rechargeable mice). I've come across this problem precisely twice: the two times I've needed to charge it.
Click feedback is good, and finger tracking is good. All in all, I'd say this mouse is worth every penny, and beats a lot of the competition into a cocked hat.
As a hard working mouse for a developer / IT pro, this mouse is poor.
Personally I think this mouse is over priced, buggy and for occasional users only.
2 months later - The touch sensitive scrolling feature is quite nice. But button control is terrible. The battery lasts for about a week of daily use but recharges quickly. I often recharge via my laptop at lunch time. On balance, I would never recommend this mouse. I suspect this mouse was released on a marketing date by a team of Logitech executives how are more interested in changing jobs every 18 months than shipping quality products.
- it's unbelievably flat.. So it goes in pockets, and so on..
- Despite which, it's fairly comfortable to use..
- The top surface is a track-pad... Scroll up/down, left/right, by fondling a finger left or right...
- It has Li-ion batteries, that recharge from a USB input..
- It has an "off" switch
c.f. the MS offering: needs AA batteries. Is uncomfortable in the hand.. Looks like clever tech, but isn't.. No off switch..
- It can remember connection details for 2 PCs, and has a slider switch for PC 1 or PC 2...
(on the downside.. Like every Logitech mouse, ever, it demands to install Logitech mouse management software on your PC.. Pile of irrelevant crap..)
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