Logitech Wireless Touchpad for Windows 7 OS

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(image credit: Logitech) Logitech Wireless Touchpad | US$49.99 | www.logitech.com

laptops and touchscreen devices have us lusting for gesture control, and to that end Apple has the Magic Trackpad to address desktop Mac users’ insatiable appetite for swiping action but what about Windows user? well, Logitech Wireless Touchpad is Windows’ answer for gesture-addicts using Windows 7 platform. this nifty device offers user a generous 5-inch wide real estate to swipe and gesture to their heart content and it also feature support for multitouch for up to four fingers. gestures supported by this sleek touchpad includes one-finger control of cursor, tap to activate link, two-finger scrolling, three-finger swipe to flip through pages or navigate back and forth photo albums and finally, there is the four-finger swipe that lets you switch between applications. you can’t get any convenient than that, can you?
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what’s more, the device is totally wireless, thus avoid cluttering your desktop and it comes with Logitech Unifying receiver in which up to five compatible devices can be connected to it, freeing up your USB ports for other uses. it also boast a reasonably long battery life of up to 4-month. the Logitech Wireless Touchpad cost $49.99 a pop and is now available for pre-order via Logitech website.

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SOURCE: Logitech

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