Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design Reduces Muscle Strain, Control and Move Content Between 3 Windows and Apple…

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $99.99.Current price is: $92.90.

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  • ADVANCED ERGONOMIC DESIGN – Places your hand in a natural handshake position using a unique 57-degree angle, preventing forearm twisting and reducing muscular strain by 10 percent (As compared with a traditional non-vertical mouse. Based on Logitech Study, September 2017)
  • HYPER-EFFICIENT TRACKING – 4000 DPI high-precision sensor provides precise tracking that requires 4x less hand movement compared to a traditional mouse with a 1000 DPI sensor
  • CROSS-COMPUTER CONTROL – Game-changing capacity to navigate seamlessly on three computers, and copy-paste text, images, and files from one to the other using Logitech FLOW
  • THREE WAYS TO CONNECT – Use with up to three Windows or Mac computers via included wireless USB unifying receiver or Bluetooth smart technology or the included USB-C charging cable
  • RECHARGEABLE BATTERY – With quick charging: Stays powered for 4 months on a full charge – and get 3 hours of use from a 1-minute quick charge (Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions)
Wireless Type

‎802.11a

Average Battery Life in hours

‎4 months

Brand

‎Logitech

Series

‎MX Vertical

Item model number

‎910-005447

Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC

Operating System

‎Windows 10, 11 or later, Linux, Chrome OS, macOS, iPadOS, Android

Item Weight

‎8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎4.72 x 3.11 x 3.09 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎4.72 x 3.11 x 3.09 inches

Color

‎GRAPHITE

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Manufacturer

‎Logitech

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎August 20, 2018

8 reviews for Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design Reduces Muscle Strain, Control and Move Content Between 3 Windows and Apple…

  1. Michael

    Ever since I switched to an ergonomic mouse, I’ll never go back. Especially since I have larger hands and my hand tends to hover over regular mouse with just the fingers laying on the clickers.

    What’s nice about this mouse is the Bluetooth part. Set up was easy and I didn’t need to install any drivers or software for Windows 10 or 11.

    I have it connected via Bluetooth to my work laptop and with a click of a button on the bottom, it seamlessly connects to my personal computer. Virtually no lag in connecting. The third on is my phone, just because.

    If you download the Logitech program you can customize the mouse buttons and what they do. They even have swipe ‘gestures’.

    Finally, it’s USB-C chargeable.

  2. Dcon

    Below is the script for my video review on Youtube (under title: Logitech MX Vertical Mouse – 30 Days Going Vertical). I purchased this with my own money and this is an unbiased take. Thank you 🙂

    Vertical mice have been around for some time now, but this is the first one Logitech has ever created. Logitech is known for making very nice, high quality peripherals at an affordable price. Their MX line for lack of a better term is their flagship line and typically comes at a higher cost. But at that high cost you’re getting better features, a built-in battery, a unique/premium design and the overall craftsmanship is just better. And this mouse is no different.

    Overall the body of the mouse is composed from a plastic polymer which allows it to be equal parts durable and light as it comes in at around 135 grams. The portion of the mouse where your hand rests on and interfaces with has this nice texturized, rubber coating. This texturized surface allows for improved grip and allows the overall end user experience to be that much more comfortable.

    The MX vertical mouse has 6 buttons in total, 4 of which are customizable via Logitechs downloadable application.
    Along the right edge is standard left and right buttons and in between is the scroll wheel. The scroll wheel is depressible, customizable and has that same rubber coating as the rest of the mouse. It is buttery smooth, has a subtle click and feels so nice when turning it. Along the left edge there is two more customizable buttons. These are just above where your thumb lies and are easy to reach, even if you have smaller hands. Along the top edge just adjacent Logitech’s branding is our last customizable button. This is also easily within reach and comes setup as a DPI adjuster out of the box. This button allows you to toggle between 2 different DPI settings, both of which can be adjusted by holding down the button and moving the mouse.

    The DPI range of this mouse is extremely impressive. It can cover as low as 400 dots per inch or a maximum of 4000 dots per inch. This is helpful for a few reasons: firstly the higher the DPI you can achieve the more area you can cover when moving your mouse. This is convenient when you have a larger monitor such as an ultrawide or when using a 4k monitor as you can cover more pixels with less movement. Higher DPI is usually emulated via settings within the software but this results in less smooth movement which is important for professional work or while gaming.

    And less movement feeds into the main ideology of this mouse. Higher dpi allows for less movement which is less strain on your wrist, resulting in a more comfortable experience. This is the main reason why this mouse exists: to minimize strain on your wrist and increase the overall comfort. It does this by allowing for a higher DPI range but mainly by altering the way your hand rests on the mouse.

    The average mouse orients your hand parallel with the surface. In order to achieve this position your forearem twists and is forced into a pronated position. This causes stress on a major muscle in your wrist, the pronator quadratus. This muscle (along with the pronator teres) is responsible for turning your wrist inward and maintaining this pronated position. Not only is your wrist stressed but in order to maintain this position your elbow is forced to flare away from your body causing a secondary strain on your deltoid, which in turn causes a tertiary strain on your upper back near your scapula.

    In order to relieve this strain, Logitech has re-oriented the angle at which your hand rests on the mouse. Rather than being parallel with the surface, the mx vertical mouse is oriented at a 57-degree angle. This is a more natural position for your wrist to be in and helps reduce strain greatly. Not only does this reduce the strain in your wrist, it also helps keep your elbow tucked closer to your body, allowing your deltoid to relax, and further preventing it from causing strain on your upper back.

    In terms of connecting the mouse you have 3 options: you can connect wirelessly via Bluetooth or with this included usb dongle. And lastly you can hard wire in with the included USB type-C cable. The usb type c port also allows for charging. The mouse has a 240mAh battery and Logitech claims you can get 4 months of battery life on a single charge and I actually think this is accurate. Over the 35 days I have owned this mouse, I have used it 2-6 hours on a given day and have put roughly 80 hours of use on my first charge. And according to logitech’s desktop application my battery is still near full. Only time will tell if it actually survives 3 more months without needing to reach for the cable but as of now it’s excellent!

    The MX vertical mouse is also capable of connecting up to 3 devices as it has an easy-switch selector on the bottom. This is nice if you’re wanting to use this across multiple computers and it switches effortlessly whether you’re on a pc or mac.

    Overall this mouse is great. It attempts to provide a more comfortable, ergonomic experience and reduce strain in your wrist and I have to be honest I was skeptical at whether or not this would even achieve that goal. I mean I’ve never had any wrist issues before would I actually benefit from this? The answer is a resounding yes. After using this mouse for just over a month I can comfortably say this mouse will provide you with a more comfortable experience and it will make you aware that you are causing stress to your wrist. Just transitioning from the mx vertical mouse to my keyboard, I can feel a drastic difference in my wrist. It immediately becomes strained when typing and relief is found when I go back to using the mouse.

    If you have any wrist or arthritic issues definitely give this mouse a look, it may just provide the relief you need. I know I won’t be going away from mine anytime soon.

  3. ThunderRod

    vantagens:
    Ja tive tendinite e posso afirmar que a pegada eh confortavel, deixa a mao bem descansada, sem pressao principalmente nos pulsos.
    A angulacao da mao foi bem estudada.
    Sensor de leitura da posicao do mouse (q nao eh descrito) parece bem preciso, fazendo valer muito a pena em relacao a media de dispositivos similares (ja testei outros). Funciona em praticamente qq superficie na media, incluindo superficies nao necessariamente planas.
    Os botoes sao programaveis via driver instalavel.
    Avisa qdo bateria vai acabar no mouse com led indicativo e qdo bateria esta carregada (q alias carrega super rapido).
    Ser sem fio da mais liberdade.

    desvantagens:
    esquenta um pouquinho, o material emborrachado e provavalemente o calor da bateria podem suar um pouco a mao (a minha mao não sua facil e ficou levemente umedecida, nada incomodo, porem aconteceu).
    Os botoes de clique sao bem sensiveis. Possiveis cliques acidentais podem ocorrer. O clique do botao do meio é um pouco mais duro q a media.
    A troca de dpi em cima nao eh muito pratica e os botoes do dedao para ir/voltar pagina sao pequenos. pra acessar. Nao testei com games, mas dependendo da superficie (mouse pad com fios reflexivo ou vidro) pode dar pulos ou nao funcionar.
    Nao é barato.
    A transmissao via pen drive unifying pode falhar dependendo da distancia: isso pra distancias mais longas COM obstaculos, mas se manter proximo e sem muitos obstaculos vc nem lembra que esta usando mouse sem fio.
    O scroll não tem modo deslizante.

    comentario final:
    nao da vontade de voltar ao modo mouse comum.
    Nao demorei a me adaptar ate pq ja usei um anteriormente e ate pra primeira vez q usei um mouse vertical, no segundo dia ja tava bem tranquilo no uso
    Nao sei o tempo de duracao de bateria ja q nao usei por muito tempo.
    investimento em saude

  4. Gabriel Goncalves

    Produto de excelente qualidade. Precisei comprar pelas dores nos braços que tenho. Você se adapta muito rapidamente. Os botões laterais de avançar e voltar poderiam ser levemente menos duros. Mesmo assim, parecem que durarão bastante. O software e funcionalidades são fenomenais. Tecnologia de ponta. Qualidade dos materiais é excelente. A cor é levemente mais clara que nas fotos, é bem cinza mesmo. Carregamento super rápido e ótima autonomia de bateria. Preço poderia ser um pouco mais barato, comprei por necessidade. Acho que não gastaria tudo isso se não precisasse. Por esse motivo as 4 estrelas. Fora isso, o produto é perfeito. Embalagem muito bonita e explicativa. Acompanha conector usb, cabos e manuais.

  5. Top Coffee Bender

    I have been using (the same) Logitech mouse for the last 12 years. Started shopping for a new ergonomic mouse because of some wrist pain. I got a corded Contour Unimouse for the office (and love it) but wanted to get another mouse for home use and gave the MX Vertical a try. Online reviews were mixed so had to try one myself. The build feels very cheap, it’s really light and feels “hollow”, not a premium feel like the MX2. On top of that it just wasn’t doing enough for my wrist pain. I’d say pass on this one, if you want to go for a budget option try the Anker if not I’d recommend the Contour Unimouse.

  6. Breno Burrego

    Acabamento emborrachado, botões personalizáveis, pegada grande, confortável e com sistema de carregamento da bateria muito funcional.
    O mouse é grande, não é um portátil de carregar na mala. O tamanho e o ângulo de uso não permitem que ele seja utilizado sem uma base apropriada, como uma mesa com espaço.
    No entanto, se você busca uma ferramenta que te auxilie nas longas jornadas em frente ao computador, que diminua o esforço do seu braço e ainda auxilie na sua postura(o manuseio dele faz com que se apoie o braço relaxado e se incline menos a frente), vá firme com ele.
    O valor é alto e normalmente presente em mouses com mais funções. Mesmo tendo menos, o acabamento, precisão e o extra dos botões faz o mouse valer muito a pena. Investimento alto, mas ótimo para quem passa o dia com o mouse na mão.

  7. Amazon Customer

    Bought this Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse for my home office on a lark and a splurge. Boy, am I glad I did! And my old arthritic hand and carpal tunnel wrist say it was well worth the extra $$. At the end of the first day, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I did not have the usual fatigue and achiness that I usually experience at the end of the day with my old, high quality, but horizontal mouse. This mouse has a nice heft and smooth button action, making it quick and easy to glide and click. It has a button on the thumb side that toggles between open windows, but I have not gotten into the habit of using it yet. It also has a button on the top of the mouse where you can adjust the speed of the mouse, minimizing the amount of wrist action needed to move the pointer across the screen. This also means less space required on the top of the desk for mouse operation; helpful when you are mousing across several computers, with multiple monitors.

    Being able to mouse across to a completely separate computer means one less mouse on top of the desk as well. Set up for this was easy. Get out the instructions just in case, then plug the USB wireless adapter in, and a dialog box opens up. I have it plugged into my personal laptop and I am able to move the mouse pointer over to my work laptop screen and it’s external monitor and mouse there too. The mouse works on my work laptop even when my personal laptop of powered down. Woohoo! This would be an awesome mouse to use for making presentations on the big screen in the conference room from your laptop.

    I put it on the charger overnight before trying it out the following morning. I plugged in the adapter and it was ready to go. It took a little longer to get it to work on the second computer, only because I had to go find the box with the instructions in it. With instructions in hand, setting up the second computer only took a minute or two. I use the mouse five to seven days a week, 10-18 hours a day. In the eight months that I have had it, I think I have recharged it maybe three times. It recharges pretty fast. When the little red light by your thumb comes on, it is time to plug it in. I was able to use the mouse while it was charging. Well, except for the one time I let the battery run down completely before plugging it in. Oops…

    After seven months of using this mouse while working from home, I returned to my work office, with my work desktop computer and my old horizontal mouse. I only lasted for an hour before the wrist pain and hand fatigue came back with a vengeance, and had me running to HR, asking for a physical accommodation. They supplied me with the cheapo model vertical mouse. Yes, it was technically a vertical mouse, but the buttons were so clunky and hard to manipulate that my hand had to work twice as hard to click them, causing my mousing to be inaccurate. The inefficiency and frustration of the many mis-clicks required extra time, not in my busy schedule, to fix a lot of things that got clicked by mistake. It was more physically demanding than the horizontal mouse, defeating the purpose of providing relief to my hand and wrist. I stuck it out and did my due diligence and gave myself two weeks to get used to it, but at the end of the two week period and a lot of ibuprofen, the cheapo model had to go. Having given the cheapo a chance, HR relented and let me purchase a second Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse to bring in to the work office. – Quality counts! –

    I now happily mouse using the Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse both at home and at work. Financially, yes, it cost a little more, but it is cheaper in the long run, both physically and financially, and more preferable than the cost of having another carpal tunnel surgery, and the pain and suffering included in that process. I am a very satisfied customer and highly recommend this mouse to those who have hand issues, or to those wanting a really spiffy mouse to wow their friends and co-workers with when they use it with multiple computers.

  8. fernando diaz romanos

    El mouse es prometedor con pila recargable y conexion Bluetooth. Anteriormente era cliente de anker con sus mouse verticales pero lo que no me gusta es el tema de comprar baterias cada vez que se descarga. Asi que encontré este mouse de logitech que parece lo mejor de lo mejor y tras aproximadamente 1 mes de uso no he logrado tener un agarre cómodo de éste y lo peor es que me esta provocando molestias en la muñeca, mano y antebrazo. Cada dia se han ido agravando más y de verdad sería felíz de devolverlo y recuperar mi dinero. Ojalá sea posible y sino solo alertar a los compradores que en verdad un mouse anker que vale 1/4 parte es mil veces mejor. Ya no planeo usar este mouse por miedo a que empeore el dolor/lesion que me esta provocando.

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