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Logitech MX ERGO

Logitech MX ERGO

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90
TechRadar
Trackball mice won't be for everyone, but if you're set on the form factor then the MX Ergo does everything you'd need it to. It's got a large, comfortable design, the trackball itself is smooth and accurate, and the ergonomic options are great. Left-handed mouse users may be disappointed by its right-handed only configuration, but otherwise there's little to dislike.
 
80
PC Mag
With its well-designed, premium-priced MX Ergo Wireless Trackball Mouse, Logitech is hoping to bring trackballs back into fashion.
 
70
Forbes
The MX Ergo retails for $100, the same as the MX Master 2S. You just have to decide which features are more important to you. The Ergo is absolutely more comfortable to use, but the MX Master has faster scrolling and more accuracy. A mouse will also serve you better while gaming.
 
80
Laptop Magazine
The MX Ergo delivers a consumer-grade trackball mouse for the modern era, with robust software and a clever multi-computer feature.
 
70
Pocket-Lint
If you're looking for an ergonomic feature rich mouse, the MX Ergo by Logitech is a great option. It costs more than the budget-friendly "vertical" mice, but is still comfortably cheaper than some of the high end models. What's more, it's versatile, and doesn't have to be used in this more upright position.
 
80
Windows Central
The Logitech MX ERGO is the best mouse I've ever used. It's expensive at $100, and it took me some time before deciding to give it a try. If you've never used a trackball mouse before, you might want to start with Logitech's cheaper M570 before thinking about the more expensive MX ERGO. If you already like trackballs and are curious about this, go for the Plus version at Best Buy. It isn't any more expensive than the standard version sold elsewhere, and you have the option of additional tilt.
 
80
HotHardware
The MX Ergo is a very nice pointing device. It’s pricey for sure, but it’s also a strong product, and it’s earned a permanent spot on my desk.