Logitech introduces vertical wireless ergonomic lift mouse: price, features

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Logitech has introduced its new wireless mouse Lift Vertical with an ergonomic design. The brand claims it’s best for small to medium-sized hands and has it available in three vibrant colors – Rose, Off-White, and Graphite. The graphite-colored mouse is available in both right- and left-handed versions, but only in North America and Europe. Its 57-degree vertical design offers a relaxed grip for both right-handed and left-handed users and relieves wrist strain, according to the brand.

Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse Price, availability

The Logitech Lift Ergonomic Mouse costs Rs. 6,995 in India – $69.99 (about Rs. 5,400) in the US – and buyers can buy it from Logitech official page.

The Lift for Business is also available worldwide. One can Visit the Logitech website for the same.

Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic features

The mouse has two main buttons, a scroll wheel, a DPI shift button and two thumb buttons. Packed with Logitech Flow, users can maintain their workflow on up to three multi-OS devices simultaneously. One has to install the Logi Options Plus app to run it on both computers and the cursor can then move from one PC to the other. Logitech Lift lets you connect wirelessly and instantly switch between Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iPadOS, and Android operating systems via Bluetooth Low Energy or the Logi Bolt USB receiver. On the other hand, this mouse lacks a built-in battery and requires a single AA battery. However, Logitech claims that the battery can last up to two years.

Logitech has also equipped the mouse with a quiet magnetic SmartWheel that offers both speed and precision for precise edits or quick scrolling through long documents. In addition, the Logitech Lift Ergonomic Mouse, like all other Logitech products, is certified as carbon neutral.

“Ergonomics and comfort play a crucial role in overall well-being in the workplace,” said Olessia Hageman, Ergo business unit leader at Logitech. “Building on our philosophy that we do better when we feel better, we created Lift to help people work comfortably for hours and feel better at their desk at the end of a long day.”

The Lift is also said to be the company’s latest human-centric and science-driven approach to product design and experiences. Also, the Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse was manufactured through multiple rounds of user testing involving Logitech Ergo-Lab and with a seal of approval from leading ergonomic institutions, according to the company.

In addition, Logitech Ergo also launched its M575 Wireless Trackball Mouse in October 2021.

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