Logitech officially launched the Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse, its latest vertically designed wireless mouse. Unlike a standard mouse, a vertical mouse is designed specifically to reduce the amount of fatigue and strain that comes with using a mouse.
On that note, the Lift sports a naturally contoured design and, at a glance, it looks more or less like a slightly smaller version of Logitech’s earlier MX Vertical mouse. Having said that, this version of the mouse is designed for individuals with small to medium-sized hands.
Other specs of the Lift include the soft rubber grip and cozy thumb rest, as well as the 57° vertical design and angled side buttons that really take the pressure off the wrist, while promoting a more natural forearm posture throughout the day. Like most of Logitech’s non-gaming, lifestyle accessories, this wireless mouse also has the silent magnetic SmartWheel, switching between fast and precision scrolling. As for its DPI range, the sensor has a range between 400 and 4000 DPI, and can be fully adjusted within 100 DPI increments.
To keep the mouse powered requires a single AA battery and said battery should theoretically last for approximately 24 months. Having said that, it should also be noted that the brand and type of battery you use will cause the longevity to vary.
The Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is expected to be available starting this month. It retails for RM299 and is available in three colours: Rose, Graphite, and Pale Grey. The mouse is also available in left-handed configurations.
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