The MX Vertical, the company’s first vertical mouse, was unveiled by renowned computer and mobile accessory maker Logitech on August 20.
Monday’s introduction Pre-orders for the MX Vertical, which will cost $99.99 USD, are already being accepted on the Logitech website.
Shipping for the product will start in September. MX Vertical is a vertical mouse that is shaped like a handshake, like the majority of them. Primarily made to lessen wrist muscle strain.
There are click buttons and a scroll wheel on the body’s right side, which will be at 57 degrees of incline. You can put your thumb comfortably on the left side of the mouse.
The mouse’s left and right sides are also covered with rough rubber, allowing you to grip it firmly. A little heavier than standard mice, the MX Vertical weighs 135 grams. The wrist and arm, however, remain straight thanks to the vertical design.
It can allegedly lessen muscle soreness by 10%, according to the firm. Wrist pain will become less frequent as the pressure on the wrist has less of an effect. Right mouse Around the location of the thumb, there are two buttons that can be adjusted.
A button for changing DPI is directly above the mouse. As a result, it will save four times as much hand movement thanks to a sensor with a maximum of 4000 DPI.
Three methods are available for using the Logitech MX Vertical mouse: Bluetooth, USB-C, or Logitech’s Unifying Receiver USB dongle.
After a single charge, the battery will last for approximately 4 months of sedentary use. With just a minute’s worth of charging from the USB-C connector, it may be used for three hours.