Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design Reduces Muscle Strain, Control and Move Content Between 3 Windows and Apple Computers (Bluetooth or USB), Rechargeable, Graphite
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- ADVANCED ERGONOMIC DESIGN Places your hand in a natural handshake position using a unique 57 degree angle, preventing forearm twisting and reducing muscular strain by 10 percent* (*As compared with a traditional non vertical mouse. Based on Logitech Study, September 2017)
- HYPER EFFICIENT TRACKING 4000 DPI high precision sensor provides precise tracking that requires 4x less hand movement compared to a traditional mouse with a 1000 DPI sensor
- CROSS COMPUTER CONTROL? Game changing capacity to navigate seamlessly on three computers, and copy paste text, images, and files from one to the other using Logitech FLOW
- THREE WAYS TO CONNECT? Use with up to three Windows or Mac computers via included wireless USB unifying receiver or Bluetooth smart technology or the included USB C charging cable. Wireless Operating Distance 10m wireless
- RECHARGEABLE BATTERY With quick charging: Stays powered for 4 months on a full charge ? and get 3 hours of use from a 1 minute quick charge (Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions). Batterylife:Rechargeable Li Po battery (240mAh)
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, Bluetooth, USB||Wireless||Wireless||Unifying Dongle, Bluetooth||Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Radio Frequency||wireless|
|Hardware Interface||USB||USB||USB 2.0||—||USB||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||5.00 x 4.00 x 4.00 inches||4.30 x 3.00 x 1.60 inches||3.98 x 3.23 x 3.15 inches||—||—||5.71 x 1.77 x 3.74 inches|
|Item Weight||0.50 lbs||2.72 ounces||3.36 ounces||—||—||5.01 ounces|
|Platform||Windows||Windows 7||Linux||Windows, Linux||Android, Mac OS X, Windows||Windows, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard|
|Sensor Technology||Optical||Optical||Optical||Darkfield Laser||Optical||Trackball|
Mx vertical is an advanced ergonomic mouse that combines science-driven design with the elevated performance of Logitech MX Series. the natural handshake position of MX vertical is designed to reduce wrist pressure and forearm strain associated with repetitive stress Injury (RSI) and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).* The unique 57° vertical angle has been optimized for an ergonomic posture without compromising a pixel of performance. Mx vertical features a 4000 DPI high-precision sensor, resulting in 4x less hand movement 1 and reducing fatigue.** and the cursor speed switch allows you to instantly adjust DPI speed and accuracy with the touch of a button. Mx vertical stays powered for up to four months on a full charge – and gets three hours of use From a one-minute quick charge.*** (*As compared with a traditional non-vertical mouse. ** as compared with a traditional mouse with 1000 dpi sensor. Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.).
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So... it fits my hand great (5'9" , right handed, male).. huge difference from regular mice and I have tried a lot. it feels more comfortable, and more precise at the same time.
I love it, and use it at work (lots of writing and editing, some photoshop) and will be buying another for home. Extremely intuitive.
It pairs seamlessly by blue tooth (good bye dongles!) with my 2018 MacBook Pro, and 2017 iMac Pro. Someone commented it does not pair with older Macs that have older blue tooth protocols. I did not test that, but Macs made for the last 4 years at least have the required blue tooth standard (3.0). you might want to check yours. The one thing I will say about pairing... is that it can bind up to three different computers.. it has a button to switch between, and it will not overwrite (easily) one computer pair for another.. ie. I paired first to my iMac on machine one, then tried to pair to my laptop without changing machine setting.. and it did not do it. I hit the button to say machine two, and it paired fine. thats a plus in my books. I now use it between both computers easily. One day if I have to overwrite those machine choices I suppose I will need to dig into a manual to figure out how.
I don't know if it would make a good 'gaming' mouse... I am not much of a gamer and those I do play, right or left click with scroll are really all I need and it does that great. It has a few extra buttons that I haven't played with, but certainly no where near as many options as some of my other mice.. options I never use and typically get in my way. BUT if you want a gaming mouse, this probably needs more research.
What it's great for, as I said, is productivity apps and general mousing around. I don't see myself going back. My only regret is that its so BIG. I travel a lot for work, and don't see myself packing this thing (though it is light). For that I will have to go back to my Magic Mouse. Can't have everything I suppose.
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First, the good: it works. While the first few hours were definitely pretty weird, within a day I was able to use the mouse at nearly full speed, and a bit over a week now, I've almost completely adapted and am just as quick and productive with it, to the point where my other other mouse (Logitech G403) sits there collecting dust. While my wrist and arm don't feel completely back to normal, pretty much all pain and discomfort has gone away.
The product quality itself is top-notch. While it's deceptively light for a mouse of this size, that makes it comfortable and easy to use. I have smaller hands, and while I would probably prefer a slightly smaller mouse, this one is still just fine for me. The mouse buttons have a very satisfying click action, the scroll wheel is great to use, and the tracking is accurate and without any obvious acceleration, lag, or other issues. Battery life probably won't be as long as the claimed 4 months (mine is reading about 75% after 10 days), but honestly, even if I have to charge once every 1-2 months instead of every 4, that's still fantastic performance.
As far as gaming performance goes, I haven't done any intense sessions, and I'm not convinced it'd hold up as well there. In my experience, the tracking isn't as good as my G403, nor is the responsiveness quite there. For fast-paced shooters or anything requiring a lot of precision, I would probably still elect to use a standard gaming mouse (which is why I still have my G403 connected), but for for slower-paced games, there's no problems. Really though, given the target audience I don't think CS:GO is the intended use case anyway.
The downloadable Logitech Options software is simple, but works fine. You have 2 levels of customizable sensitivity adjustment, and no specific DPI numbers to choose from. Would have preferred 3 levels and numbers being visible, but not a big deal. I haven't put the "Flow" feature through its paces, but reports suggest it works well, so if you are interested in using the same mouse across multiple computers, that seems like a great value-add that will save you the cost of other software like Synergy. My only complaint is that there is no unifying software hub across all Logitech devices - gaming devices have G Hub, but non-gaming ones seem like they require separate installs.
While I know some people feel Logitech products are overpriced, I have had very good experiences in the past, both with the company's overall product quality and durability, as well as support, software, and warranty process. In my mind, this more than justifies the price premium. At the same time, I'd be lying if I said that this specific mouse wasn't a little expensive for what it is. It's lacking buttons next to other similarly priced mice like the MX Master, and doesn't have Logitech's trademark "hyperscroll" wheel. There are also substantially cheaper options out there, like the Anker vertical mouse. The Anker one definitely doesn't seem like it's built as well and doesn't have the same battery life, wireless performance, etc., but is the Logitech worth 4x as much? Eh...
Overall, I'm really glad I got this mouse. It's comfortable, functional, looks great, has definitely reduced my wrist pain, and I have no doubt it will last and be well supported for the next several years. That's something I'm willing to pay more for. But, yeah, $130 CAD list price is a lot to ask for a mouse, and feels like Logitech taking advantage of its market position just a little bit. If you are able to wait, I'd hold off for a sale before buying... especially if you can't write it off as a business expense.
Anyways, I love the MX Logitech line but I don't think this one is worth the money. Might as well grab an Anker vertical mouse for $20.