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Complete list of laptops with Precision touchpads

Precision Touchpads are a step up from the standard PC touchpads you'll find on most older laptops. Instead of your finger input being handled by various drivers, the input on Precision-grade touchpads is handled by Windows itself. Precision pads allow for more accuracy and some handy multi-touch gestures.

Not all Windows laptops have Precision Touchpads, but we scoured the internet to put together a list of the notebooks that do. (If you see an omission or a laptop that doesn't belong on the list, make sure to let us know.)

If you have a laptop with a Precision Touchpad, have a look at our guide to Precision gestures. And if you're in the market for a new laptop, don't forget to check out our pick for the best laptop based on its touchpad.

List of laptops with Precision touchpads









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Cale Hunt
Cale Hunt

Cale Hunt is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. He focuses mainly on laptop reviews, news, and accessory coverage. He's been reviewing laptops and accessories full time since 2016, with hundreds of reviews published for Windows Central. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and spends most of his time either tinkering with or writing about tech.

  • Beware the word "complete".
    In settings, my Surface 3 tells me "Your PC has a precision touchpad" Something to add to the list. There are likely others.
  • On my Toshiba Satellite S55-B5280, Windows says that i don't have a precision touchpad, but I'm able to use it. Have all the gestures and never seen anything better...
  • It's probably a Synaptics driver that allows you to have similar functunality of Precision but there will still be some minute lag.
  • Trust me, no lags. It's perfect, works great. But if my memory isn't toying with me, there use to be a time where Windows would say my Laptop has precision touchpad.
  • Trust me, no lags. It's perfect, works great. But if my memory isn't toying with me, there use to be a time where Windows would say my Laptop has precision touchpad.
  • What about the Asus TransformerBook T100HA? That's the laptop I have, and I can use multitouch actions on its trackpad
  • but it is using Synaptics TrackPad drivers
  • How does that change anything? Seriously I don't know
  • Wow, the keyboard for the ASUS Transformer mini (T102HA) uses a precision touchpad? I didn't realize that. Just ordered one the other day on the deal from the Microsoft store. It'll be my first device with a precision touchpad.
  • Might want to specify that the precision track pad for Surface Pro 3 and 4 require the Pro 4 type cover.
  • My Surface Pro 2 Type Cover 2 has a precision touchpad, so does the Pro 3...
  • Nice to see the 15 inch 720 is available now. But it only shows FHD option. Isn't there supposed to be a UHD option for the 15 inch? It shows UHD for 13 inch but not the 15. Which is strange considering the 15 has a nvidia 1050.
  • My Acer Aspire E5 with precision touchpad is omitted
  • My SP4's keyboard and touch pad are the best I've ever had.
  • Do people even use the touchpads regularly still? I almost never touch the one on my Surface, always used a mouse with my old laptops. The touch screens for me work FAR better than any touchpad I've used. Maybe it's just personal preference.
  • It is hard for a touch screen to pick up mouse "hover" events.