Logitech launches Lift, a mouse like we have rarely seen

Hardware news Logitech launches Lift, a mouse like we have rarely seen Published on 04/19/2022 at 19:05 After the MX Vertical, released in 2018 and more suitable for medium to large hands, Logitech is returning to the ergonomic mouse market with a brand new model, the Lift, smaller, cheaper and available to both right-handed and left-handed people. Logitech Lift, the little sister of the MX Vertical has everything a big If the Logitech MX Vertical mouse has been running its course quite well since its release, it nevertheless suffers from two major ailments, first of all it is quite imposing and can therefore be prove difficult to use for small hands, secondly, it is unfortunately still only reserved for right-handers. A shame when you announce that you want to take charge of the health of users, but you deprive yourself of a good part of them. This is the reason why Logitech has entrusted this very special mission to its famous Ergo Lab, make products accessible and comfortable for working serenely all day long. Health at work (and in telework as a result) is both mental and physical. For the mind, not sure that the engineers of the Swiss brand can help us, but for the physical part, we can count on their expertise. To resume what worked on the MX Vertical, Logitech finally offers ergonomics very close to its big sister, since it again has a very precise 57° vertical angle, in order to reduce the pressure exerted on your wrist as much as possible. This position allows both to reduce the tension on the carpal tunnel while comfortably placing the thumb on the location provided for this purpose. Logitech Lift, an ergonomic mouse really for everyone We have already said it, but the main criticism what you could do with the MX Vertical was its non-inclusiveness that rejected small hands and left-handers. With the Lift, Logitech has reduced the dimensions of its mouse by 22% and is not offering an ambidextrous model, impossible to achieve in this way, but quite simply two models, one for right-handed and one for left-handed, each in three different colors, pink, white or black.While we haven’t had a chance to get our hands on them yet, early feedback seems very good, with the buttons perfectly positioned and accessible to all hands, although bigger paws will inevitably be more comfortable on the Vertical MX. On the edge, we find the classic buttons 4 and 5 of traditional mice, which are used in particular to go back or forward when browsing the net. Of course, as always with Logitech, you should be able to reassign these keys according to your use. With the PCR program, Logitech is committed to a sustainable world. Finally, note the presence of a magnetic SmartWheel type wheel. The latter, now well known at Logitech, should as always provide speed, precision and efficiency without the slightest unpleasant noise. Logitech tells us that its brand new mouse comes from the PCR program, which aims to minimize the environmental impact by trying as much as possible to use recyclable and recycled plastic, which is the case at 70% for the black model and 54% for the pink and white models. The Logitech Lift ergonomic mouse is available today on the official Logitech store at the price of €79.99, it is compatible with almost all operating systems, Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iPadOS, Android, via Bluetooth or the Logi Bolt USB receiver.Buy the Logitech Lift mouse for €79 on the site from Logitech This page contains affiliate links to certain products that JV has selected for you. Each purchase you make by clicking on one of these links will not cost you more, but the e-merchant will pay us a commission. Learn more. By Ludolink, Journalist jeuxvideo.com MP