Perixx PERIPAD-702, Wireless Touchpad with Windows 8 Multi-touch Navigation - 131x129x16mm Dimension - Nano Receiver - On/Off Switch - 2xAAA Brand Batteries
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- Wireless 2.4GHz Technology with 10 meter Operating Range
- Extra Large 115mm Touchpad support Windows 7 and 8 multi-touch feature
- 131x129x16mm Dimension
- 2xAAA Brand Batteries Included
- On/Off Power Switch with Nano Receiver
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PERIPAD-702 is compatible with Windows 7 and 8. The wireless touchpad can help the user with the control of mouse, and its ultrathin design helps the user to store or carry it anywhere.
one nano USB
two AAA battery
one user manual
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The Peripad is supplied with 2xAAA batteries & the micro-dongle. The dongle works best when plugged into a main USB port: plugging into a USB hub can cause a loss of connection. There are 23 functions available, including all of the regular mouse buttons & movements. For Windows 8 & 8.1, you can carry out the following tasks:
Top-edge swipe (Close open App)
Top-edge swipe (Reveal App menu)
Scroll up/down. Tilt left/right
2-finger tap (Reveal App menu)
Dock to the left side
Dock to the right side
Four fingers plus thumb
Display Windows 8 User Interface
Physical Click Buttons
Mouse middle (uses left & right buttons together)
So the pad has a good range of useful functions & it is very easy to use. It's a nice size & doesn't move around on slippery surfaces, thanks to the soft-rubber feet. It has the physical mouse buttons situated on the underside of the pad, & these seem quite substantial.Read more ›
head to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\HID\VID_04F2&PID_1286&MI_02\a&1885e9a6&0&0000\Device Parameters
Change the FlipFlopHScroll to 1
Change FlipFlopWheel to 1
change VScrollHighResolutionDisable to 1
All sorted :)
One minor issue I've noticed is that if the receiver is plugged into the pc when it is first switched on (before windows loads) , the keyboard repeat rate is very high indeed (i.e. typing a letter registers multiple letters). This shouldn't be an issue unless you have a BIOS password set (or in my case some crazy security thing installed as it's a work machine) and temporarily removing the receiver cures the problem entirely.
All in all, I'd recommend this item as it represents good value for money and is well styled too.
Not much to the unboxing - there is the pad itself, a nice, matt black affair, that looks well constructed, and stylish. There is a short user's guide which explains all you need to know, including the gestures that are supported by the pad.
Finally, there is a small USB receiver to allow communications between the pad and the PC.
Install was very simple. Just a case of turning the pad on, and plugging the receiver into a USB port on your PC. Literally didn't have to do anything over and above that, the pad started working immediately, which was a big plus.
I found the pad easy and comfortable to use. Clicks worked exactly as expected, and I found the gestures no problem to use at all, response was quick and consistent.
Only dislike was the default inverted scrolling method - Apple seems to try and foist this on users, and this follows that pattern, which is quite frustrating. I would have expected this to be changed via a control panel setting, but couldn't find anything, but followed the tip from another reviewer, and this worked perfectly, so no real problem.
In summary, an excellent product.
Wouldn't buy one again, but think it will entertain children on the paint programs and keep their sticky fingers away from my mouse!
Good Quality product, but the lack of ability to personalize it lets it down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good piece of kit - a useful addition if you are tired of a mouse and want to make use of the multi touch gestures.Published 19 months ago by Ian Kirk-Ellis
I have never found a touch pad that is as good as a mouse but this comes very close. Takes a little practice to use to the full. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Heptode
It works well with Windows based computers (Windows 8 and 8.1 especially), but has no support for Macs other than Point and ClickPublished 21 months ago by Daniel
OK for the price but not the most accurate of touchpads, moving the pointer to click on close window for example not as dependable as a standard mouse. Read morePublished 21 months ago by dusty
Bought this partly as a precursor to getting Win 8 (far cheaper than buying a new touchscreen monitor). Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2014 by Amazon Customer
I use it in conjunction with my trackball, depending what I'm doing. It adds the win 8 gestures and it works very well for the things I decide to do with it. Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2013 by J. Mckay