The extra wide Brydge W-Touch has an active response area that goes all the way to the edges of the surface, giving you plenty of space for scrolling. It’s compatible with Windows devices and allows you to take full advantage of the supported gesture controls.
- Durable aluminum body
- Clicks require a lot of force
- Bluetooth disconnects in rest mode
The Dell TP713 sports a minimalist design that adds function and sleekness to your desk, albeit at a price. Its left- and right-click buttons deliver a satisfying tactile response without any obtrusive noise, and it can detect up to four-point multitouch inputs.
- Topped with smooth glass
- Edge-to-edge working area
- Software leaves a bit to be desired
Havit Wired Slim
The Havit Wired Slim recognizes 13 pre-programmed gestures, giving you access to a number of shortcuts. It works with both Mac and PC operating systems, though some features are only compatible with late versions of Windows.
- Sloped for wrist comfort
- Does not require batteries
- Installs quickly and easily
With the Logitech T650 , you put the control wherever you want it: on your desk, on a conference table, or on the couch beside you. It recognizes a host of Windows-specific commands, which are easy to learn and help streamline the experience.
- Large glass surface
- Charge lasts an average of 5-7 days
- Costs an incredible amount
For a good wireless option, the Keymecher Mano connects via Bluetooth, and works from up to 10 meters away, which can be useful when running presentations from a conference table. Just below the indicator lights on the top are a few shortcuts to help speed up navigation.
- Long-lasting battery
- Smooth glass surface
- Touch buttons easily hit by accident
Wacom Intuos Pro
Technically a high-end drawing tablet, the Wacom Intuos Pro is one of the few models that’s precise enough to emulate a quality trackpad on most PCs. It has a 4- by 6-inch working area and, unlike many options, it supports a variety of customizable controls.
- Well-built model
- Perfect for designers or engineers
- Drivers can be finicky
Apple Magic Trackpad Original
Even though it’s a somewhat old version, the Apple Magic Trackpad Original still very much exemplifies the company’s superiority in this field. At just about 5 inches square, it’s a compact and moderately-priced device that will bring top-notch accuracy to your iMac.
- Up to a 10-meter bluetooth range
- Matches the apple wireless keyboard
- Lacks pressure sensitivity
Bold labels allow you to easily see where the buttons are located on the Seenda Multi-Touch . It’s only about 4 millimeters thick, is made using machined metal, and has anti-slip pads to keep it from sliding around. It’s compatible with most operating systems.
- Recognizes gesture inputs
- One-year warranty
- Dragging can be a bit difficult
Jelly Comb T066P
Just like the devices found on most laptops, the lower left and right corners of the Jelly Comb T066P serve as the buttons. It uses a tiny USB Type-A dongle to communicate with a PC over the 2.4-gigahertz wireless band, and a wired version is also available.
- No noticeable input lag
- Built-in battery
- Charges via usb-c
Apple Magic Trackpad 2
In keeping with the company’s sleek, minimalist style, the Apple Magic Trackpad 2 looks simple and unassuming, yet responds nimbly and accurately to your every touch. This redesigned model is larger than its predecessor, with a fully glass surface.
- Runs on 2 aa batteries
- Precise tracking
- Uses bluetooth version 4