This is a quick update for people using our recently announced Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650 for Windows 8. We designed all of our new Windows 8 products to accept software upgrades so you can quickly add new gestures or improve existing ones with ease. Our first software update for the Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad
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Hi Everyone. Andy again with a quick demo video featuring the various things you can do with the Touch Mouse app on your iPhone or iPod. If you need some help installing the app, check out the earlier video I posted. Enjoy!
Not too long ago, we unveiled the Logitech Touch Mouse application here on our blog, and since then we’ve heard from many of you with questions about how to install the app on your iPhone or iPod. If you’re one of those people, or if you haven’t yet had the chance to check it out
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UPDATE: For more info on how to install the Logitech Touch Mouse app, check out our video walkthrough. iPhone and iPod touch owners: If you haven’t had the chance to check it out, go to the iTunes App Store and download our cool new Touch Mouse app. It turns your iPhone or iPod touch into
Windows 7 drivers are now available across all relevant Logitech product lines. Please look here to determine whether we are offering drivers for your particular product and here to download the drivers. If you have the correct drivers and are sill encountering problems, customer support can address any Windows 7-related issues.
For everyone who has been waiting for an update to our LCC software for mice and keyboards that supports Snow Leopard, we have good news. A new version that works with Snow Leopard — in 32 or 64-bit modes — is now available. You can download it at www.logitech.com/maclcc.
I’ve gotten a lot of feedback on my April 30 and May 29 blog posts about Windows 7. For those of you who have installed Windows 7 RC or plan to install it when it officially launches in October, we’ve created a new section on our Web site about Logitech and Windows 7. If you
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For those of you who are using Windows 7 (and it seems plenty of you are…), I wanted to provide an update about our software development for mice and keyboards. In early August, we will release an update to our SetPoint software for mice and keyboards that is officially certified for Windows 7. It will
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As one of the product managers in the Control Devices business unit (that’s Logitech’s way of saying mice and keyboards), I’m getting more and more questions about our support for Windows 7, particularly with today’s announcement from Microsoft. Rest assured, not only will we be supporting Windows 7, but we’ve been working closely with the
You might be surprised to learn that you can unlock a number of bonus features on your Logitech mouse simply by installing and using our SetPoint software for Windows or Logitech Control Center software for Mac. Depending on your mouse model, you can customize buttons, the speed of the pointer or even the speed of