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Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 in Gadgets |

Logitech introduces new peripherals designed for Windows 8

Logitech introduces new peripherals designed for Windows 8

T650 Rechargeable Wireless Touchpad

We are just a couple of weeks of the official market launch of Windows 8, and peripheral manufacturers are beginning to show their first offerings to meet the needs of users to manage comfortably and fast, the new GUI Modern UI , which was designed with touchscreen tablets, but can also be useful for those in a traditional notebook or PC.

wants to prove that with three new peripherals designed for use with Windows 8, offering unique powers. First, we have the Rechargeable Wireless Touchpad T650 (USD $80), a touch pad where you can control the mouse pointer, and also make gestures to activate functions in the operating system, such as rotation between Modern UI applications.

On the other hand, the Touch Mouse T620 (USD $70) to the naked eye is normal mice, however, can also be controlled over its entire surface to achieve similar tasks to TouchPad T650, but with a apronte more classic, for those who do not like to handle the stylus as the tip of your finger.

Finally, there is the ($50), another regular mouse with something new: a touch button instead of a scroll wheel, serving for vertical or horizontal displacements and to activate features of Windows 8. These three products will hit the market this October, with the launch of the new operating system from Microsoft. You can see detailed operation in the video below:

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T620 Touch Mouse

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Zone T400 Touch Mouse

Link: Logitech mice readies touch, touchpad for Windows 8 (Electronista)

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