Logitech Touch Mouse M600: A Wireless Gesture-Based Mouse for Windows

Logitech is a leading manufacturer of mice. The company, after taking ideas from the growing trend of fingertip gestures (the one used for navigation on Smartphones and tablets) has developed a touch mouse – Logitech Touch Mouse M600.

M600 is a gesture-based mouse that follows the natural movements of your hand. It eliminates the need of any sweep, scroll and click buttons. The peripheral sports a modern design with a bulging top and flat surface at the bottom. It also has smooth edges and comfort curves which gives a nice feeling when held in hand.

The mouse includes a touch-sensitive layer that appears fast in taking inputs and giving results. M600 includes many useful features. For instance, it uses SetPoint software that enables reassigning click areas. So, it does not matter which hand a user uses, the mouse works perfect for both, right and left-handlers alike. Thus, one can scroll, swipe and surf with ease.

In addition, the gesture-based mouse is powered by 2 AA batteries and includes a tiny Logitech Unifying receiver.  The receiver has the ability to connect up to six compatible mice and keyboards through one USB port and requires no chords for the purpose. Wireless range extends up 10 meters (or 33 feet), making it easy to use mouse on the couch with a laptop.

Also, the peripheral is equipped with the ‘Logitech Flow Scroll’ software that makes scrolling fluid and an advanced optical tracking promises precision on virtually any surface.

Logitech Touch Mouse M600 System Requirements:

  • Windows 7
  • USB port
  • Internet connection (for Help)

The Logitech Touch Mouse M600 is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe soon, for a suggested retail price of $69.99. The mouse requires no software installation as drivers automatically get downloaded when you plug the mouse into your PC. For more details visit here.

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