Logitech releases the MX vertical

Submitted by Robbie Pyckhout on Thu, 08/23/2018 - 16:30

 

 

Logitech has come up with a new kind of mouse in their MX series. The mouse is vertically positioned with an angle of 57 degrees and would be able to relieve stress on the wrist of the user. The MX vertical will have a sensor supporting up to 4000 dpi.

Using this 57-degree design, it'd reduce muscular activity up to 10 percent if you compare it to using a standard mouse. The form should be able to fit different hand shapes and sizes and provide a solid grip with rubber surfaces and thumb rest.

With the provided best-in-class 4000dpi sensor, it'd require 4 times less hand movement. A switch on the device allows you to adjust the speed and accuracy of the sensor. Aside from being vertical, the mouse also has a battery so you don't have to struggle with any cable. The provided battery is rechargeable and lasts up to four months when fully charged. A one-minute charge would be able to give you almost three hours of use. 

Logitech Easy-Switch and Logitech Flow allow you to switch between two computers and even copy and past content, images and documents between these two PCs.

The MX vertical completes the MX line and complements the other premium products like the CRAFT, Spotlight Presentation Remote and MX Sound.

The mouse is expected to be available at retail stores in September and will be priced at $99.99.

 

 

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