Customer reviews for Lenovo Lenovo Wireless Windows 8 TouchPad K5923
Average customer rating:
(5 Reviews) 5
Rating Snapshot(5 reviews)
3 of 5(60%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Lenovo Wireless Windows 8 TouchPad K5923
Review 1 for Lenovo Wireless Windows 8 TouchPad K5923
Owned Product:Less than a week
Operating System:Windows XP Professional
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo
Surprisingly functional with Windows XP
Date:January 29, 2013
"I bought this touchpad assuming the Windows 8 gestures would not work with XP or 7 and it would just be a basic touchpad.
BOY, was I wrong! Of the 22 gestures it supports for Windows 8, 18 work in XP. Here's the list I've determined empirically. move cursor single left click double left click right click (2 finger tap) scroll up/down (2 finger slide) zoom in (browser, word, acrobat, etc) (2 finger pinch and spread) zoom out (browser, word, acrobat, etc) close current app log off (aka lock screen) page up (3 finger up) page down (3 finger down) previous page (like browser alt-left arrow) next page (like browser alt-right arrow) minimize/maximize all apps and show/hide desktop show start menu volume up volume down mute on/off
Takes 2 AA batteries and the dongle is very small."
"This works well and is reliable. The Windows 8 gestures are flawless with this touchpad. I also have Windows 8 on my Lenovo S10-3t netobook with a touch screen. This works well but the screen bezel is not flush so edge gestures are difficult. I am a senior and the stickiness makes the Lenovo touch pad easier to use. I have another wireless touchpad that doesn't even come close to Lenovo. Because of the Lenovo touchpad, I truly enjoy windows 8 on my desktop computer."
Review 4 for Lenovo Wireless Windows 8 TouchPad K5923
Owned Product:1-6 months
Operating System:Windows 8 Pro
Processor:Intel Pentium Dual Core
Memory:4 GB or more
Great One-Touch ... Frustrating Mutli-Touch
Date:February 15, 2013
"I have Installed Win 8 on my Lenovo B520 (Two-Point) Touch Screen, and know how much better Win 8 is with touch. When I upgraded an old PC to Win 8, I wanted the same experience. So, I bought this and installed it on my old PC.
I can deal with it being only two-point touch, and having limited gestures, but the responsiveness of the two-point touch is nearly unusable. If I pinch and zoom, or try anything else. I have to swipe and swipe to get it to respond, and if and when it finally does, it mostly overshoots what I was trying to do.
Every time I use it. I get so frustrated, I wish I would have returned it. It is very reliable as a one-touch device (i.e. moving mouse and clicking on things), but comparing TouchPad's two-touch experience, with the one on my B520 Touch Screen, is a joke!!!"