Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Optical Mouse - Black
- Ergonomic vertical design with a 57-degree angle lessens pressure on your wrist, minimizing fatigue and allowing you to click and draw for longer
- Intuitive thumb rest positioning for comfort and ease of use
- 4000-dpi optical sensor enhances accuracy and minimizes hand movements, reducing fatigue and improving productivity
- Cursor speed switch makes it a snap to adjust cursor speed and accuracy on the fly
- Contoured design and a textured rubber surface for comfort and tactility
- Rechargeable to save you the hassle and cost of purchasing batteries
- Wireless design with a 10-metre range for reliability
- Wireless receiver, USB-C charging cable, and user documentation included in the box to help you quickly get up to speed
- Unifying Receiver
- USB-C Charging Cable (USB-A to USB-C)
- User Documentation
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Of the 858 reviewers who responded, 785 would recommend this product.
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- Sturdy & cramp free!- June 12, 2020
I recently switched to vertical mice because of severe wrist pain that came from using standard mice for hours on end. I originally invested in a cheap Anker mouse, but the poor build quality when compared to the Logitech mouse I was switching from made me yearn for something a little sturdier. The Anker mouse did help with wrist pain, but came with other problems like the DPI randomly switching on its own. This mouse is of much better quality. It's sturdy, the plastic and metal are of good quality and it continues the trend of vertical mice saving my poor wrist from cramps. I'd recommend this to anyone who has wrist problems in their mouse hand.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good Product for some but takes getting used to.- November 6, 2018
I purchased this mouse and used it for about 2 weeks before forming an opinion. This is great for some who like the comfort, but there were two deal breakers for me that I could not get over. I'm coming from the regulare MX mouse. Initially it took some time to get used to the angle. It definitely is more comfortable but theirs a learning curve to get used to the accuracy when holding the mouse at this new angle. When clicking a corner cell in Excel I find myself missing and having to take more time to hit the corner on the first try. This can get frustrating at times. Also note the wheel does not have the momentum spin like the standard MX mouse.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Great mouse for comfort, with an odd issue...- September 6, 2019
This mouse is made to combat problems associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and it does that well by tilting the hand into a more natural handshake position. It requires a little retraining to get used to moving the mouse with some different muscles, but that only takes about 10-15 minutes. The odd issue is that it is taller, and if you have a sliding shelf that your keyboard and mouse sit on, it will probably be too tall to fit on the shelf when you close it. Also, I repeatedly knock the mouse off the keyboard shelf by accident because it is taller (I must be gesturing when talking to others in the office or something...).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.