Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse review: Feeling Good
Feels good, mouse
What’s not so good about the Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse?
I struggled to get it to connect to the same Logitech dongle that I use to wirelessly connect my PC to my Logitech Craft keyboard. This means I had to rely on either two dongles, or wire one of these peripherals in, neither of which was really ideal. Logitech's Unifying dongle solution seems like a bit of a waste if it can't handle both a mouse and keyboard at the same time.
I also wasn’t massively won over the rubbery feel of the Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse.
I’m not sure what a suitable alternative would look like but I wouldn’t hesitate to try a version of this mouse that plays around with the material design side of the equation. Maybe someone at Logitech should talk to someone at HP. See what they make of it.
Regardless, as someone who plays a lot of games, I would have appreciated a slightly better sensor or a more robust button layout.
Such features would probably add value from an accessibility standpoint. They'd also make the Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse a bit better for gaming. And a version of this mouse that’s as good for general productivity as it is for playing is something I’d really be interested in seeing from Logitech - or someone else - in the future.
The Bottom Line
If you’re after an ergonomic office mouse that doesn’t skimp on any of the perks or features you usually get from a big-brand, non-ergonomic option, the Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is going to fit that mold nicely.
It’s delightfully comfortable to use and while $169 isn’t exactly cheap, I suspect many are going to find it’s a price they’re willing to pay for the kind of mouse this one is.
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