In Microsoft's vision of the future, you'll only need Wireless Touchpad today that gives PC users a chance to pinch, point, and scroll their way across the screen., but who said it has to be a mouse? Logitech launched its
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There are also two large buttons below the scrolling area that act as the left and right mouse clicks, or you can press down on the surface of the touch pad to actuate a click instead.
Similar to the other devices in Logitech's arsenal, the Wireless Touchpad connects to your computer using the company's Unifying Receiver that lets you use a single plug for up to five Logitech peripherals at the same time, freeing your USB ports for other connections.
Logitech's Wireless TouchPad is ready to preorder now for $50.