|Item model number||910-005177|
|Item Weight||5.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 5.2 x 2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.92 x 5.21 x 2.02 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
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Logitech MX ERGO Advanced Wireless Trackball for Windows PC and Mac
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- Logitech's most advanced wireless trackball for Windows PC and Mac requires 20% less muscular strain than a regular computer mouse
- Unique adjustable hinge allows you to customize the trackball angle from 0 to 20 degrees for a more natural, comfortable hand position
- Carefully sculpted shape gives your hand full palm and finger support, while the soft rubber on the top ensures a comfortable grip for long hours of work
- Advanced optical tracking for accurate cursor control plus a precision mode button that lets you instantly switch between speed and high precision tracking
- Precision scroll-wheel with tilt and middle click allows for precise scrolling and convenient controls such as horizontal scrolling. Operation distance - About 32 ft
- Battery holds power for up to 4 months on a full charge. One minute of charge gives up to a full day of use
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- Adjustable hinge to customize angle up to 20 degrees
- Advanced laser-grade optical tracking
- Rechargeable with up to 4 months battery life*
- Precision scroll wheel
- Easy switching between two computers**
- Flow-enabled for seamless multi-computer workflow**
- Dual connectivity via Unifying receiver or Bluetooth wireless
- Eight customizable shortcut buttons**
Mx Ergo. Customized Comfort.
Finally a trackball you can call your own. A unique adjustable hinge allows you to choose the best angle between 0 and 20 degrees for a more natural hand position, greater comfort and 20 percent less muscular strain compared to a regular mouse. From advanced optical tracking accuracy to easy switching and navigation between two computers, MX Ergo lets you power through your workflow in premium comfort.
* Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
** Requires Logitech Options software, available for download at logitech.com/options.
- What’s in the box: Trackball, Unifying receiver, micro-USB cable for recharging, user documentation
- System Requirements: Unifying Receiver: Available USB port, Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.12 or later. Bluetooth: Bluetooth Smart ready, Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.12 or later
Sculpted shape and soft rubber material
Hand-crafted shape ensures full palm and finger support while the soft rubber on the top offers a good, comfortable grip for long hours of work.
Advanced tracking and precision mode button
Instantly switch between speed and high precision modes.
Precision scroll wheel with tilt
Get things done faster with quick access to shortcuts. The precision scroll wheel features horizontal scrolling and middle click.
Long-lasting and fast rechargeable battery
Battery holds power for up to 4 months on a full charge. One minute of charge gives up to a full day of use.*
*Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
Fast, accurate and more reliable click performance
Island keys offer sharper and more consistent click feeling. Extended switch life up to 10 million clicks.
Ideal for tight workspaces and busy desks
Short on space? No problem. Enjoy the great comfort and precision of MX ERGO working on the tiny coffee desk, cluttered photo or music editing suites or scientific laboratories.
Universal compatibility and connectivity
Use MX ERGO with Windows or Mac computers via included Logitech Unifying receiver or Bluetooth.
Customize with Logitech Options
Unlock a full range of new possibilities: button and key customization, application specific settings as well as notification and status. Install Logitech Options for the most complete MX ERGO experience.
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|Item Dimensions||5.21 x 3.92 x 2.02 in||1.77 x 5.71 x 3.74 in||3.73 x 4.9 x 1.88 in||7.9 x 9.7 x 3.1 in||9.5 x 10 x 4 in||6 x 2 x 8 in|
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MX Ergo is a new standard of comfort and precision. Logitech's most advanced trackball for trackball enthusiasts and consumers searching for alternatives to mice and touchpads. Delivers less 20% muscular strain compared to a regular mouse. MX ERGO features a unique adjustable hinge for personalized comfort and the latest tracking, scrolling and power management technology. Logitech FLOW enables effortless multi-computer control.
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I'm torn whether to give it four stars or five - it's borderline, and if I could give 4.5, I would. I decided to round up. (And I've gone back and forth several times while writing this review.)
The trackball functionality is exactly as you'd expect if you used the M570, with a few extra features - tiltable scrollwheel, the 'precision' button to allow fine control, and the ability to switch between two devices. The AA battery has been replaced by li-poly and recharges via micro-USB.
The form factor is where things get a little weird. The bottom of the trackball has a 20-degree bend in the middle, and magnets on either side. It ships with a 2mm-thick metal plate that can magnetically attach to either side to cause the tilt. The result feels much more stable than you'd expect, and while you can deliberately tilt it, it's not generally going to accidentally tilt when you aren't expecting it. I find the tilt feels really good, actually - I hadn't expected it to.
The downside of this is that it increases the weight by over 1/3, to over 9 ounces. The device is overall about 4 ounces heavier than the M570. You can use it without the metal plate, but it feels extremely wobbly in that state, and will fall to 'flat' rather than tilted unless propped up.
The only other issue is that there's no spot inside to hold the Unifying Receiver. Not an issue for me because I want this for Bluetooth, but may be an issue for someone.
I purchased the MX Ergo Plus direct from Logitech - the difference is that the Plus ships with an additional plastic wedge that can add another 10 degrees of tilt. If that sounds useful to you, my understanding is that the Plus is exclusive to Logitech and Best Buy.
Other minor annoyances:
1) The trackball actually makes noise where the M570's are silent
2) Micro-USB connection where the rest of the world has moved to USB C
3) Far heavier than the M570 and a flatter profile.
In the box there’s the MX Ergo trackball mouse, a charging cable, a Logitech unifying receiver, and probably the most important piece, this magnetic metal hinge. This hinge snaps on to the bottom of the MX Ergo and lets you use the trackball at two different angles based on your own personal preference. This is definitely the best feature about this trackball in my opinion because the ability to switch between angles is great for improving wrist posture. The MX Ergo also claims to reduce muscular strain by 20% compared to a standard mouse.
The overall design is excellent. It’s definitely made of high quality materials. It’s big enough and feels solid in my hand. The way it’s sculpted provides full support for the palm to rest on and scrolling isn’t awkward or tiring. The bulk of the mouse is made of a soft rubber which gives a nice comfortable grip. The bottom of the hinge has a good non-slip finish on it which helps the trackball stay in position when using it. It of course has left and right click buttons on top. The scroll wheel can not only scroll up and down, but it can also tilt for left and right scrolling, and it can also be pressed down to click. There’s an Easy-Switch button on top that lets you instantly switch between two computers without re-pairing, and you can also copy & paste data between the two computers with Logitech Flow. Both of these features require the free Logitech Options software. This software is not required to use the trackball, but it does give you more features and customization tools.
The trackball itself has been smooth and accurate so far, and it doesn’t feel loose or anything. But for those of you who aren’t familiar with using a trackball, there is a convenient precision mode button near the ball so you can easily adjust the cursor speed and sensitivity allowing for faster and more precise control.
The MX Ergo is compatible with the latest versions of Windows and Mac, and even though it comes with a USB unifying receiver that allows you to wirelessly connect up to six Logitech devices, the MX ergo does have built-in Bluetooth if you’d rather just use that instead of using the unifying receiver.
It has a rechargeable battery inside that can potentially last up to four months on a full charge, depending on usage. But what’s really cool is that just one minute of charging usually gives enough charge for a day’s worth of work. That is super convenient for a wireless trackball.
I gave it 4 out of 5 stars because I wish it had USB-C, and I wish it gave you the option to use it as a wired mouse instead of only wireless.
That’s my first look a the MX Ergo. I’ve only had it for a few days, but so far I’m really impressed and it’s something that I will continue to use as my primary mouse when I’m not using my Apple Trackpad.
Even though the MX ERGO uses the same Unifying Receiver as previous wireless devices, you can't use the SetPoint software to configure it. Instead, you have to install the LogiOptions software, which doesn't support older hardware, so if you have a wireless keyboard, you have to have both SetPoint and LogiOptions installed, in order to configure them both.
Even worse, they've removed some of the settings (such as Acceleration), which is very annoying. Plus, sometimes when reconfiguring the buttons, the software will crash -- and when this happens, it will then crash every time you launch it and click on a button to reconfigure it. The only way to fix this is to reboot in Safe Mode and reinstall.
I love pretty much everything about this actual trackball, and if the software was better (and reliable), it would definitely get a 5-star review.