Logitech Introduces MX Vertical Master Mouse
Logitech has introduced a new model in the MX Master series, the MX Vertical mouse. It’s also the very first mouse with a vertical layout from Logitech, which should offer better ergonomics by relieving unnecessary stress from the wrist. The posture of your hand with a vertical mouse is much more natural for the arm and allows more muscles to relax.
At first sight, the Logitech MX Vertical shares a lot of similarities with the other rodents in the high-end and wireless MX series. The angle of the mouse is rated at 57 degrees and you can perfectly rest your thumb on the top of the device. You’ll also find a DPI switch here.
The company is following in the footsteps of other brands with vertical mice such as Anker, Penguin, and Evoluent.
The vertical mouse uses a 4000 dpi sensor, which is adjustable in sensitivity in steps of 50 DPI. The total weight is around 4.76 ounces (135 grams) and unfortunately, isn’t adjustable. Just like the other mice in the MX series, you’ll be able to connect it directly via Bluetooth or via the included small receiver. The built-in 240 mAh battery can be charged via USB Type-C.
The wireless MX Vertical mouse will be released this September and carries a price tag of $109 USD.