“Logitech offered an olive branch on Tuesday to Windows users who want the experience of the Magic Trackpad without having to get a Mac,” Electronista reports.
“The Wireless Touchpad provides the same basic concept of a multi-touch trackpad on the desktop with a five-inch ‘buttonless’ surface that can sit anywhere,” Electronista reports. “Special drivers give Windows the support it doesn’t normally have, including two-finger scrolling, three-finger page flip gestures, and four-finger app switches.”
Electronista reports, “The peripheral should be shipping before the end of the month and will cost less than its Magic Trackpad counterpart at $50.
Full article with photos of the device here.
MacDailyNews Take: Late, fake, and half-baked. Perfect for Windows sufferers.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]