Question: Can Trackpad Replace Mouse?

Is a trackpad better than a mouse?

With a mouse, the surface of your desk (or a mouse pad) is what you use to move around on the screen.

With a trackpad, your finger does the walking.

If you’re limited by space, if the area of your desktop is small, the Magic Trackpad may be too big for you.

Plus, the Magic Mouse is more portable..

What is the difference between Magic Trackpad 1 and 2?

But Magic Trackpad 2 feels more pleasant than the version 1 in general: the surface is bigger and more slippery, it’s softer to click and it’s equally soft on every point of the surface, the lower angle is more comfortable for wrist. … Use a wired Magic Trackpad 2.

Can I use trackpad and mouse together?

Yes, this works. I have a Magic Trackpad and a Logitech MX Revolution (wireless, through a USB dongle) connected to my Mac at the same time and change between them at will. Have never had any problems with this setup – I even use it both at home and at work.

Is the Magic Trackpad worth it?

The Trackpad is definitely easier to use for gestures, but the mouse is better for intricate details. For example, a mouse is just going to be a better tool for navigating a spreadsheet, but the trackpad would be better to use on Photoshop.

Does Magic Mouse 2 need a mousepad?

If you’re using Apple’s own Magic Mouse — or any other optical mouse — you don’t technically need a mousepad; however, using one simply feels better.

Why is the space GREY trackpad more expensive?

Apple’s reason if pushed to give an answer: This is a limited production SKU, which comes at a higher cost of production, intended merely as a replacement for iMac Pro users who may find themselves in need of a replacement. Real reason: Because some people (whether space grey lovers or iMac Pro owners) will pay it.