Logitech Touch Mouse M600 Just Wants to Grope



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How is this different from the Microsoft Touch Mouse?




People are usually looking at the screen they are touching on their smartphone or tablet. I wouldn't expect to find someone looking at where their finger is on their mouse. They'll be looking at the computer screen. It seems to me this thing, having no tactile differences on its control surface, might be difficult to "keep aligned" while in use. Especially since it is a mouse, not a trackball or touchpad, which means the user will also be moving it on 2 axes, allowing for easily rotating it slightly without intention to do so. Aside from visual asthetics, I don't see the attraction from a utilitarian point of view.

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