Logitech announce 3 beautiful touch-enabled pointing devices for Windows 8

Logitech has introduced 3 accessories specifically designed for Windows 8, and which brings the smoothness of the touch interaction with Windows 8 straight to even desktop PCs.

The Zone Touch Mouse T400 is pretty close to a traditional mouse, but with a small glass track pad which helps with horizontal and vertical scrolling, and has dedicated keys for going home and flipping through apps.  The device sports an 18 month battery life and costs  $49.99.

The Touch Mouse T620 has a much larger touch surface, supports 6 Windows 8 gestures which can be customized, has 180 day battery life and will set you back $69.99.

The Touchpad T650 has a spacious glass touch surface, supports multiple Windows 8 gestures and has 30 days battery life, and can be used while recharging via USB. It will cost $79.99.

All three will be available in the US and Europe this month.

Zone Touch Mouse T400Touch Mouse T620Touchpad T650

Via the Verge.com

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    • JohnCz

      Gives me hope that an upgrade for desktop users won’t be all that painful .. as long as you upgrade your current pointing device.

  • steveo99

    Pretty nice, but why are these things so pricey? Probably better off saving that money for a touch screen.

    • Bugbog

      Just because it’s wireless! (probably paying IP license fees)

  • Bugbog

    I think if you feel the need to buy a new type of device for your desktop (and not just use either a basic traditional, or standard re-programmable mouse) the best fit, straddling both worlds, would be the Touch Mouse T620.

  • mrdeezus

    Wow that touchpad is awesome.

  • Glim12808

    WOW! Love them!

  • Smith

    Just touhpad looks good but too pricey for no reason. As for the rest of them there is much better and much cooler Microsoft mouses exist.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Longshot9 John Hough

    t620 looks killer

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Njoi-Fontes/590077451 Njoi Fontes

    Uau the t620 seems awesome, question though. will it work properly as a normal mouse for gaming?

  • Smity Smiter

    When using the touchpad, it’ll still move the cursor right?
    But with all the “touch-gestures” support I believe.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=658130648 Stuart Downes

    Interesting, just watched the promo video for the T650:
    I can imagine using a device like that for the majority of my day-to-day navigation, only using the mouse for document creation and gaming.

  • Linus

    Would be best for people who upgrades from existing non-touch devices to Windows 8. Should package as an upgrade bundle.