With the introduction of Windows 8, Microsoft had done its best to accommodate multiple forms of input. Along with the traditional keyboard and mouse, touch had finally become a built-in consideration rather than a tacked-on addition. Helped along by Apple, the rapidly growing mobile device market and proliferation of touch interfaces, touch has become a far more commonplace method of interfacing with a computer. Logitech, a company well known for their peripherals, wasted no time in updating their line of devices with the Logitech T650 Wireless Touchpad which Benchmark Reviews will be taking a look at today. Can a gesture-enabled multi-touch pad enhance your productivity more than a mouse and keyboard? Read on to find out..."
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