• Logitech's latest unusual mouse will ease wrist strain

    29 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    Would you use this? It's a "vertical" mouse that's designed to reduce forearm strain and wrist pressure because you use it with your hand in the handshake position. According to Forrester, 57 percent of computer users experience pain and discomfort while using a computer, while 12 percent experience pain or discomfort on a daily basis. “We know that many computer users experience discomfort or pain in their hand, forearm and in their wrists,” says Logitech's Delphine Donne-Crock. That's why it decided to make the £93/$99 MX Vertical. As with many Logitech devices, there's quick recharge...
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  • Logitech MX Vertical review: Tackling mouse ergonomics from a new angle

    Logitech MX Vertical review: Tackling mouse ergonomics from a new angle

    29 days ago - By Macworld

    If you've ever had your hands cramp after hours of using a mouse at your desk, it's likely more the mouse's fault than your own. That's the basic idea behind Logitech's new MX Vertical ergonomic mouse, which attempts to eradicate such pains with a design that better complements the natural resting position of our hands. I'm fond of the concept, but in practice, getting used to the MX Vertical feels a bit like learning a new language. It's a good mouse, but it's not ideal for every activity. The design, though, makes some sense. Logitech's reasoning is that we usually don't use mice with...
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  • Logitech MX Vertical is a work of art first, a mouse second - CNET

    Logitech MX Vertical is a work of art first, a mouse second - CNET

    29 days ago - By CNET

    With its swooping, eye-catching lines, Logitech's ergonomic mouse is a pleasure to look at and touch.
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  • Logitech MX Vertical Mouse Is Flipped for Your Health

    Logitech MX Vertical Mouse Is Flipped for Your Health

    29 days ago - By Tom's Guide

    The latest pro mouse from Logitech looks to improve your wrist health with a more natural grip.
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  • Logitech's distinctive new ergonomic mouse looks as good as it feels

    Logitech's distinctive new ergonomic mouse looks as good as it feels

    29 days ago - By Digital Trends

    Logitech's first true ergonomic mouse sports an interesting tilted design that encourages less muscle strain. We spent some time with the MX Vertical to see how comfortable it is and determine whether or not we'd prefer it to a standard mouse.
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  • Logitech's vertical mouse could save your wrist

    Logitech's vertical mouse could save your wrist

    29 days ago - By Engadget

    There's a good chance you're holding your mouse wrong. Maybe you're gripping it too hard, or your hand is just at a bad angle. While mouse-related injuries are fairly common, if you're experiencing wrist or arm pain regularly, it's probably time to l...
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  • Logitech's MX Vertical turns the company's best mouse on its head

    Logitech's MX Vertical turns the company's best mouse on its head

    29 days ago - By The Verge

    Logitech's latest mouse doesn't quite flip the idea of a mouse upside-down, but at a 57-degree angle off a desk, it's certainly closer than most. The MX Vertical takes the same design and performance cues as the rest of Logitech's MX line, but puts it in a more ergonomic, vertical mouse form factor.
    The entire design of the MX Vertical is meant to reduce strain and movement. According to Logitech, the tilted shape can reduce muscular activity by up to 10 percent compared to a regular mouse, and the sensor supports up to 4,000 DPI to negate the need to physically move the mouse as much...
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