Wireless Touchpad For Web Navigation

  • No dropouts or delays
  • For surfing web
  • Can connect up to five other devices

Logitech announced today the Australian availability of the Logitech Wireless Touchpad, which is designed to navigate the web with point, scroll and swipe commands.

With multi-touch navigation and intuitive, gesture-based controls, the device offers a large touch surface and allows plenty of room for gesture controls. The touchpad can sit anywhere on a desk or table-top and with the plug-and-forget Logitech Unifying receiver inserted into a computer’s USB port the device is ready to go. Plus, the receiver stays in the computer and enables connectivity with up to five other compatible devices.

“The Logitech Wireless Touchpad is…for people who want to surf the Web in a more fun and natural way,” said Annabelle Woods, Logitech’s General Manager, Australia. “It lets Web surfers flick through websites and…scan long pages…”

Its multi-touch navigation offers up to four-finger gestures and swipes to scroll pages, jump tabs and switch applications. 2.4 GHz wireless virtually eliminates delays, dropouts and interference. The device also has up to four months of battery life and an LED indicator light that indicates when the touchpad is on and when batteries are running low.