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How is the trackpad experience on hackintosh laptops?

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Could you not just buy a apple track pad? I mean me personally I never use the track pad I have it disabled on my laptop and I use a normal mouse with it. But for me I only used my laptop for as-built drawings, now that I have a 360 BLK Leica Scanner I really never use the laptop any more.
 

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Could you not just buy a apple track pad? I mean me personally I never use the track pad I have it disabled on my laptop and I use a normal mouse with it. But for me I only used my laptop for as-built drawings, now that I have a 360 BLK Leica Scanner I really never use the laptop any more.
I mostly use my laptop when I'm on my bed and too lazy to walk to my desk to use my desktop. For my the trackpad is "good enough".
 
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Ah Thank you very much, for the Information much appreciated. <3

Well I must say on my Dell Precision M6800 and my Thinkpad T450, the Trackpad is not the best, but it is okay. Both of them have a Touchscreen, so my next goal will be to use them. (^-^) I am spoiled by the trackpad of the macbook pro. T-T

For my HP Z420 Server, I am going to buy a Magic Trackpad2, because I have a Wacom Drawing pad CTH670, but it is not supported by Mojave anymore. :/

In my other experience with my Lappys with Windows, on Google Chrome with an Touchscreen.. it reminds me some kind of using a Trackpad from a Macbook Pro, in therms of Zooming or Navigating(forward and backwards).
 
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