Anyone who spends a lot of time on the computer knows that it can lead to injuries. Carpal tunnel, ulnar entrapment, and sore wrists are often the result of poorly-designed mouse over a long period of time. Logitech’s MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse offers a solution.
The MX Vertical is specifically designed to minimize the risk of repetitive motion injuries. The unique vertical face design it uses is meant to reduce muscle strain, decrease wrist pressure and improve your posture. Instead of holding the mouse palm down, you hold the Logitech with a side grip – almost like you’re shaking hands. This side grip can muscle strain by 10 percent while promoting a more ergonomic posture, and the 57-degree offset offers a convenient thumb rest, reducing pressure on your hand and wrist.
Beyond ergonomic design, the MX vertical rocks trademark Logitech quality. It features a 4,000 DPI optical sensor – 4 times more sensitive than a traditional 1000 DPI sensor. And it’s wireless, operating smoothly over 10 meters from the receiver. It even charges using a USB-C port; in fact, you can connect the MX to three different computers at once with USB, Bluetooth, and USB-C all in action. The battery lasts for about 4 months on a full charge – with one minute of charging powering it for up to 3 hours.
Lastly, the MX comes with a software suite for customizing mouse’s performance. Set the DPI, change the speed and accuracy of the mouse using a button located on the top. So, if you’re looking for a comfy mouse that does not slack on performance, the Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse won’t let you down.
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