Logitech MX Vertical Mouse

Aug 23, 2018

Category: Tech

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a very real threat to we warriors of the desk. Most handheld computer mice contort your wrist into a difficult position that, over time, can cause wear and tear on your tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Logitech has reinvented the ergonomic mouse and helped the desk denizens of the world with their MX Vertical Mouse.

As opposed to the turned-over position the conventional mouse asks of your wrist, the Logitech allows you to wield your cursor with your wrist in a natural handshake position, which is much less straining. Logitech declares that their ergonomic Vertical mouse diminishes forearm twisting and reduces muscular strain on your forearm and wrist by 10 percent. In the long run, this device will bring much-needed comfort to your office space. It might not sound like a lot, but if you’re an everyday mouse-jockey, it will add up. Not to mention the highly-sensitive 4,000 DPI sensor reduces the need for hand movement while a 57-degree vertical angle delivers the perfect organic position for your wrist. Avoid the trap of the typical mouse.

Purchase: $100

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