Logitech Builds A Better Mouse With Bold New Ergonomic Design That Could Save Your Wrist
If you’re at your work computer right now (thank you for using your work time to read BroBible and I respect you for it), lay your hand on your desk. How does your hand rest on your desk? The sides of your palm lay on the desk, not your wrists. Using your mouse and typing does not put your hands in a natural position. Logitech used this logic to design their newest vertical mouse that could save your wrist.
Logitech debuted their bold new mouse is called the MX Vertical that is said to reduce strain on your wrist. The ergonomically designed vertical mouse is sloped at a 57-degree angle. This puts your hand in more natural position and thus less pressure on your wrist (Which is great since you put plenty of stress on your wrist with other types of activities). The mouse is said to also reduce muscle and hand fatigue.
Logitech says the setup of their new mouse put your hand in the natural handshake position. Logitech claims that the MX Vertical mouse reduces muscular strain by 10% and requires four-times less hand movement due to advanced optical tracking and a dedicated cursor speed switch.
The MX Vertical mouse features four customizable buttons: Back, Forward, Middle Click, and the DPI button on the top to personalize the sensitivity on the fly. The MX Vertical has a sensor with a Nominal value of 1000 dpi & 1600dpi, DPI (Minimal and maximal value) of 400 to 4000 dpi (can be set in increments of 50 dpi).
The MX Vertical mouse can be connected to a computer with a USB-C wire or a Bluetooth connection by using Logitech’s proprietary wireless dongle.
Logitech claims that you will get four months of battery life. If you run out of power, the mouse is equipped with quick-charging capabilities by plugging the device with the USB-C wire and it will provide a few hours of use with a mere one-minute charge.
The MX Vertical mouse costs $99.99 and orders will ship out in September. You can pre-order the Logitech MX Vertical mouse HERE.
The BroBible team writes about gear that we think you want. Occasionally, we write about items that are a part of one of our affiliate partnerships and we will get a percentage of the revenue from sales.