Logitech® Touch Mouse M600
High-tech Wireless Touch Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver Ultra thin Full touch Mouse for Apple Mac Desktop Laptop Optical Mouse. 2.2.4G wireless touch mouse, 10m effective distance. Key switch life: 3,000,000. The 'touch' in the Wedge Touch could seem misleading: this isn't a multitouch pad grafted onto a free-moving mouse. It's really just a design evolution of the touch mice Microsoft already has on.
Swiping, scrolling and surfing that's like second nature. The touch surface responds directly to the world's most natural technology—your fingers. So whatever you're doing on your laptop is as easy as letting your fingers do the clicking, scrolling and swiping. It's as if your finger is the scroll wheel. So you get an immediate silky-smoothness that feels like you're actually touching the screen. And with its smooth edges and designed-for-comfort curves, this touch mouse feels good in your hand and looks good wherever you use your laptop. For your convenience, the tiny Logitech® Unifying receiver connects up to six compatible mice and keyboards.
Smooth-as-smartphone scrollingYour finger is the scroll wheel. So, when you slide your finger along the touch surface, you’ll get an immediate silky smoothness that feels like you’re actually touching the screen.
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1 nano receiver connects up to 6 Logitech Unifying devices
The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver connects up to 6 Unifying-compatible devices. Add a keyboard, switch between mice, mix and match to fit your lifestyle. All without having to change nano receivers or sacrifice another USB port.
Drivers philips port devices. If your touchpad isn’t working, it may be a result of a missing or out-of-date driver.
On Start , search for Device Manager, and select it from the list of results. Under Mice and other pointing devices, select your touchpad, open it, select the Driver tab, and select Update Driver. If Windows doesn't find a new driver, look for one on the device manufacturer's website and follow their instructions.
If those steps didn't work, try uninstalling your touchpad driver: open Device Manager, right-click (or press and hold) the touchpad driver, and select Uninstall. Restart your device and Windows will attempt to reinstall the driver.
If that didn't work, try using the generic driver that comes with Windows. Here's how: in Device Manager, right-click (or press and hold) your touchpad driver > Update driver software.. > Browse my computer for driver software > Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer, select HID compliant mouse, select Next, and follow the instructions to install it.
If changing your driver doesn’t help, there may be a problem with the touchpad itself. Contact your PC’s manufacturer for help.