Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, w/ Unifying Receiver, Bluetooth, Black

MX73445 MX Vertical Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, w/ Unifying Receiver, Bluetooth, Black
MX73445 MX Vertical Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, w/ Unifying Receiver, Bluetooth, Black MX73445 MX Vertical Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, w/ Unifying Receiver, Bluetooth, Black MX73445 MX Vertical Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, w/ Unifying Receiver, Bluetooth, Black MX73445 MX Vertical Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, w/ Unifying Receiver, Bluetooth, Black

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Average Rating: 4.2 / 5 With 5 Customer Reviews

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Tuesday, September 22, 2020
By: KD
From: Winnipeg

Awesome mouse

Strengths:

I purchased this about a year and a half ago. It was hard for me to spend so much on a mouse (I remember paying around $160). But it has been worth every penny. I use it for my full time office job and my gaming hobby. I think Have weakness and pain in my wrist and with using th is I definitely feel a difference. It’s really hard to go back to a regular mouse after getting used to this; it takes some time but it really is more comfortable and the position of your hand feels so much more natural after a while. I would definitely repurchase if/when I need to.

Additional Comments:

Very good for wrist pain
Wednesday, August 05, 2020
By: Tyler
From: Calgary

Comfortable for extended use

Strengths:

This is an incredibly comfortable mouse for extended use. If you suffer any repetitive strain, I would encourage you to look into getting a mouse like this to help.

Weaknesses:

This takes getting used to - you have to click with a gentle touch, otherwise, you will push your mouse when you don't intend to, causing click-drag. After using it for a few months though, I don't find any trouble using it. I have one for work - I am not sure how well it would stand up for gaming.

Additional Comments:

Great mouse for its purpose, and amazing at relieving strain caused by repetitive stress.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
By: Jams
From: Edmonton

Good... Takes getting used to - But good.

Strengths:

I have been starting to get some forearm strain (Carpel) from years of computer use. This has helped immensely. It took some time to get used to, but has made a big difference. Battery life's been very good. No complaints about the buttons/clicks/wheel. Weight is not bad (could be a tad heavier, but not a complete showstopper).

Weaknesses:

As has been mentioned before: - Doesn't fit too well under a stowed keyboard tray (good thing it's wireless - doesn't HAVE to be left there). - Until you get used to it, because sideways mouse buttons mean your not pressing "into" the desk, it's easy to click-drag by accident. - Because of the height, typing and sweeping your hand over the mouse to transition to it, I've tended to catch it and smack it off the desk.

Additional Comments:

Probably not quite worth the price-point. Very happy with the relief I've had with my forearm/hand cramping. Definitely takes some getting used to, and I do still (after about 3 months using it) prefer a traditional mouse - but it's a trade-off for the ergonomics. Would like it to be a bit heavier, but it is comfortable to hold. Not perfect - but overall a solid device that serves its purpose.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
By: Rei
From: Calgary

Works as intended

Strengths:

Comfortable design (though it takes a bit of getting used to) and rubber surface stops hand slipping off

Weaknesses:

Mouse is taller than traditional mice and doesn't fit under my desk when trying to stow keyboard tray

Additional Comments:

It's only been about a month since purchase so I can't speak as to whether it's reduced strain or not, but I'll assume the science underlying the design is working. I wouldn't recommend trying to play FPS games with it, but it does everything else computer-related just fine.
Monday, December 24, 2018
By: Rad
From: Alberta

MX Vertical - Too little for too much

Strengths:

- Wireless and wired options. - Responsive motion sensor.

Weaknesses:

- Find the mouse too light and no option to adjust the weight. - Scroll wheel is awkward to use comfortably when center clicking. - mouse too light, while wheel is too resistant to clicking. - Mouse is better suited for people with smaller hands or someone who makes the effort to use an active handshake grip with the mouse.

Additional Comments:

- This mouse is not worth the $129, maybe half that price.
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