Mice you can get comfortable with
It all adds up
Do you spend a lot of time with your mouse? Repeating the same hand and arm movements over and over again hundreds, if not thousands, of times a day? Even the littlest difference in design can make a big difference in your comfort.
Logitech mice have all sorts of features that help increase your comfort and help reduce the amount of movement, effort, and strain needed to get around your computer.
A natural fit
If your hand had a choice in the matter, it would naturally take the angle of a handshake when your arm is bent.
We figured nature might be on to something and created mice that are sculpted and sloped to let your hand take a more comfortable, handshake-like position. And that means your hand can relax.
A better grip
You lift and move your mouse again and again, all day long. If it’s hard to hold, it’s going to put a little extra strain on your hand. But don’t worry—we added non-slip rubber grips to many of our mice to increase friction and make it easier for you to hold and grab your mouse without squeezing.
All about angles
Extending your wrists and flexing your fingers for hours may not feel so good. That’s why we make low-profile mice that reduce the angle you need to extend your wrist. And we carefully place controls so that most hands can use them without flexing fingers more than 45 degrees.
Navigating to comfort
Comfort features aren’t the only ones that help your hand out. If you can get where you want to go faster, your hand does less work. Less work equals more comfort.
Hyper-fast scrolling lets you fly through 10,000 lines of a spreadsheet with a single spin of the nearly frictionless wheel—something that would take 1,000 spins and seven minutes to do with a traditional scroll wheel. In the long run, that’s a whole lot less work that your finger has to do.
Want more time-saving controls that can save your hand, too? Side-to-side scrolling plus zoom, application switching, and Forward and Backward buttons all help you do more things with less effort.
Is your mouse fighting your moves? We’ve got mice with slick, low-resistance feet that allow them to glide more smoothly than your average mouse. When your mouse resists less, you don’t need to work as hard.
The easy track
You can even choose a mouse that doesn’t make you move very much at all. A trackball mouse stays in one place—you just move the ball with your finger or thumb. Plus, customizable buttons help you do more, more easily.