Logitech announces new MX Vertical mouse that reduces wrist pressure and forearm strain

Logitech today announced the MX VERTICAL, its latest mouse that combines ergonomic design with the performance of flagship MX series. The ergonomic design of MX VERTICAL will reduce forearm strain and wrist pressure. Also, its special 57-degree vertical angle is optimized for an ergonomic posture without compromising on productivity. Logitech has also claimed that the comfort form is designed to fit a variety of hand shapes and sizes. The textured rubber surface and thumb rest ensure a solid and natural grip.

MX VERTICAL features a 4,000 DPI high-precision sensor and the cursor speed switch allows you to instantly adjust DPI speed and accuracy of your cursor easily. MX VERTICAL can last up to four months on a full charge, and a quick one-minute charge gets you three hours of use.

Highlights:

  • MX Vertical’s natural handshake position reduces muscular strain by 10 percent and promotes a more ergonomic posture.
  • MX Vertical’s unique 57° vertical angle reduces the pressure on your wrist, while your thumb is positioned comfortably on the thumb rest.
  • Advanced optical tracking with a dedicated cursor speed switch results in 4x less hand movement – reducing muscle and hand fatigue. Cursor speed and accuracy can be customized in Logitech Options.
  • Logitech Flow allows you to seamlessly control multiple computers – and you can customize buttons, set application-specific functions, and adjust DPI speed via Logitech Options software.

MX VERTICAL is priced at $99.99 and expected to be available at select retail stores in September, with pre-orders available on Logitech.com beginning Aug. 20

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