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Plug in the Precision touchpad into a USB port and it will automatically start working, no drivers needed.

  • Smoothest, Most Responsive Touchpad Available for Windows 7 to 10
  • Two, Three and Four Finger Multi-Touch Gestures, Scrolling, Swiping, Programmable Features, Just Plug in and Use No Drivers Needed
  • Rivals the Smooth Feel Apple Mac Users Have Had for Years
  • Excellent for Windows office Excel, Super Smooth and Accurate Two finger Horizontal and Vertical Scrolling
  • Unlimited Dragging and Highlighting, Just Pause Your Finger at the Edge of the Pad and Like Magic the Motion Continues
  • Large surface area 65 mm (2.550 inches) x 105 mm (4.125 inches)
  • Built-in palm rejection
  • Super Stable and Secure Wired 6 ft USB Cable
  • Use simultaneously with touch screen and mouse all at the same time
  • Able to track five points and report that data
  • Updatable in the field
  • Durable and reliable construction
  • Built in precise positioning

The Precision Touchpad for desktops, laptops and Tablets with Windows 7, 8 or 10. It is the latest most efficient and smooth trackpad with a full suite of Multi Touch gestures including 2, 3 and 4 finger taps and swipes, excellent with Windows Office and Excel having smooth horizontal and vertical two finger scrolling. Makes the Virtual Desk top feature faster by simply swiping left or right to switch desktops. It works Automatically by plugging it in and comes with a super stable and secure 6 foot USB cable. No hassle simply use it as is with its default settings or fine tune any of its features in the touchpad settings. The precision touchpad concept has been used on Apple Mac pads for years, ever wonder why mac books laptops feel smoother then PC? well not any more, Precision Touchpad means the controls are built into the computers operating system giving your fingers direct access and eliminating the subtle yet annoying lags or glitches of standard pads who's movements need to be translated by touchpad drivers. If you are a casual computer user a regular non PTP trackpad is probably fine and you might not notice the difference, but if you use your computer often or professionally it is a must and you will definitely notice a difference. If you deal with Tendinitis, R.S.I repetitive stress issues associated with using the mouse things like thumb, shoulder and elbow problems and you find touchpads less straining then a mouse, the PTP pad is the way to go. Ergonomically designed to be extremely thin, fits as close as possible to your working hands. Less arm movement means economy of motion and more space on your desk. Ingeniously designed with velcro backing, comes with a foam pad for setting it on tables, or a separate sticker pad so you can stick it anywhere making it a favorite in restaurant kitchens, workshops, hospitals, kiosks and by product developers.

The Precision Touchpad is automatic it works by simply plugging it in. The default settings work fine for 90 percent of users so you don't have to mess with any settings unless you choose to, Just plug it in and go.

To Access settings, go to Windows Settings,,, Devices,,, Touchpad or type in and select "touchpad settings" in the windows search bar at the lower left of your desktop.

To adjust and fine tune speed, sensitivity, scroll direction, even program 3 or 4 finger tap to be a keyboard shortcut or many other functions type in and select "touchpad settings" in the windows search bar at the lower left of your windows 7 to 10 computer, Note the touchpad must be plugged into the computer for settings to appear. Different from our other touchpads it will not work with the control center driver download found on our Ergo Touchpad, Extra Large Touchpad, or Buttons Touchpad.

In this Windows 10 guide, we'll show you how to find out if your device includes support for Precision Touchpad, and we'll outline the steps to enable, disable, and customize the experience.

How to check if your device supports Precision Touchpad

Although nowadays most laptops and hybrid devices come with a Precision Touchpad, there are still devices, especially older laptops, that don't support this technology. You can quickly find out if you can use and customize multi-touch gestures with your touchpad using these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Under "Touchpad," it should read: "Your PC has a precision touchpad."

If you don't see the message, you'll still find the settings page, but you'll only get an option to adjust the touchpad sensitivity.

Alternatively, if your device doesn't include support for Precision Touchpads, you can use this workaround to replace the current trackpad driver with the Microsoft driver for laptops that use Synaptics or Elan drivers.

How to enable (or disable) Precision Touchpad

The ability to use gestures with a touchpad can be useful to improve your productivity, but it's not something for everyone and does not always works flawlessly. If you want to disable the experience, use the following steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Turn on (or off) the Touchpad toggle switch.

If you also use your device with a traditional mouse, you can choose to disable the touchpad as you connect the mouse by clearing the Leave touchpad on when a mouse is connected option. In addition, you can use the available slider to adjust the cursor speed on the screen.

How to customize taps with Precision Touchpad

The default settings are usually good enough for most users, but you can customize many aspects of Precision Touchpads. For example, using the "Taps" options, you can customize the tapping behavior when using a touchpad when clicking and selecting. Here's how:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Under the "Taps" section, use the Touchpad sensitivity drop-down menu to adjust the sensitivity level of the touchpad. Options available, include:

    • Most sensitive.
    • High sensitive.
    • Medium sensitivity (default and optimal).
    • Low sensitive.

  5. Select the tap gestures that you want to use on Windows 10. Options available include:

    • Tap with a single finger to single-click.
    • Tap with two fingers to right-click.
    • Tap twice and drag to multi-select.
    • Press the lower right corner of the touchpad to right-click.

How to customize scroll and zoom with Precision Touchpad

The Windows 10 Precision Touchpad settings also allow you to decide if you can use gesture to scroll content, the scrolling direction, and if you can use pinch to zoom, just like on tablets. Here's how.

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Under the "Scroll and zoom" section, decide whether or not to use drag two fingers to scroll gestures.
  5. Use the "Scrolling direction" drop-down menu to change the scrolling gestures. Options available include:

    • Down motion scrolls up.
    • Down motion scrolls down.

In addition, under the "Scroll and zoom" section, you can enable or disable pinch to zoom depending on your preferences.

How to customize three-finger (or four-finger) gestures with Precision Touchpad

Using the Precision Touchpad settings, you can control gestures with three or four fingers, which helps you speed up navigation when working with multiple apps, virtual desktops, and you can even use gestures to control audio and volume. Here's how:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Under the "Three-finger gestures" section, you can use the Swipes drop-down menu to customize gestures using three fingers. The available options are:

    • Nothing: Turns off three-finger gestures on Windows 10.
    • Switch apps and show desktop: Enables three-finger swipe up to open Task View, down to show the desktop, and left and right to switch between apps.
    • Switch desktop and show desktop: Enables three-finger swipe up to open Task View, down to show the desktop, and swipe left and right to switch between virtual desktops.
    • Change audio and volume: Allows you to swipe up to turn the system volume up, down to turn the volume down, and left and right to skip to the previous or next song using a music app.
    • Custom: Turns on the custom gestures configured in the advanced settings page.
  5. Use the Taps drop-down menu to customize the three-finger tapping action. Options available, include:

    • Nothing.
    • Share with Cortana.
    • Action Center.
    • Play/pause.
    • Middle mouse button.

If the touchpad supports it, you'll also find a section to configure an additional gesture using four fingers.

How to customize advanced gestures with Precision Touchpad

Using the Settings app, it's also possible to customize additional advanced settings when using three-finger (or four-finger) gestures on the touchpad, and you can access and customize the settings using these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Under "Related settings," on the right side, click the Advanced gesture configuration link.

Instead of using one of the sets of actions under "Three-finger gestures" (or "Four-finger gestures"), this page allows you to specify custom actions for each swipe or tap.

For instance, you can select to use a three-finger tap or swipe on the Precision Touchpad to open Action Center. Or you can choose the Custom shortcut option to specify a keyboard shortcut that you want to execute when using a three-finger tap.

Here's a list of actions that you can use with the three-finger gesture:

  • Nothing.
  • Switch apps.
  • Task view.
  • Show desktop.
  • Switch desktops.
  • Hide everything other than the app in focus.
  • Create desktop.
  • Remove desktop.
  • Forward navigation.
  • Backward navigation.
  • Snap window to the left.
  • Snap window to the right.
  • Maximize a window.
  • Minimize a window.
  • Next track.
  • Previous track.
  • Volume up.
  • Mute.
  • Custom shortcut.

After completing these steps, the three-finger gesture will execute the custom command you specified.

How to reset settings with Precision Touchpad

If you made changes to use the touchpad with custom configurations, you can restore the original settings using these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Touchpad.
  4. Under the "Rest your touchpad" section, click the Reset button.

Once you complete these steps, the touchpad will revert to its default settings.


For WIndows 7, 8, and 10 standard and 64 bit Computers

Length: 65.00 mm (2.550 inches)
Width: 105.00 mm (4.125 inches)
Thickness without foam pad 6.5 mm (1/4 inches)
Comes with a 6-ft. USB cable.

Will not work on Mac, Android or Linux