Tuesday, April 19th 2022

Meet Lift, Logitech's New Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

Today, Logitech unveiled the Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse, a wireless mouse designed for day-long comfort at the desk. The delightful, naturally contoured design is a great fit for small- to medium-sized hands and comes in three beautiful colorways: rose, off-white and graphite. The graphite color is also available in a left-handed version in North America and Europe. "Ergonomics and comfort play a vital role in overall workspace wellbeing," said Olessia Hageman, head of the ergo business unit at Logitech. "Building on our philosophy of when we feel better, we do better, we have created Lift to help people work in comfort for hours and feel better at the end of a long day at the desk."

Lift is the latest addition to Logitech's Ergo Series and upholds the company's human-centered and science-driven approach to product design and experiences. Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse was carefully crafted with several rounds of user testing involving Logitech's Ergo Lab - and with a stamp of approval from leading ergonomic institutions. This unique mouse packs a world of benefits and cutting-edge productivity features into a compact design to deliver outstanding comfort at the desk. Lift's soft rubber grip and cozy thumb rest keep smaller hands comfy for hours at a time. Its 57-degree vertical design gives right- and left-handed users a relaxing grip and takes pressure off the wrist while promoting a more natural forearm posture throughout the day. The silent magnetic SmartWheel offers both speed and precision for accurate line-by-line edits or quickly scrolling through long documents. Wirelessly connect Lift in an instant to Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iPadOS and Android operating systems via Bluetooth Low Energy or the secure Logi Bolt USB Receiver. With Logitech Flow, maintain all-day focus and effortlessly manage workflow across up to 3 multi-OS devices.
Lift's sustainable design makes it a choice you can feel good about. At Logitech, products are designed to deliver great user experiences and minimize environmental footprint, which is why a portion of Lift's plastic parts are made from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic - 70% for graphite and 54% for rose and off-white. Logitech's PCR program reinforces the brand's commitment to designing for sustainability and ensures that plastics in end-of-life consumer electronics are given a second life. Current initiatives for scaling this commitment mean that approximately 65% of the mice and keyboards in Logitech's largest portfolio include some level of PCR plastic and that new product introductions will use PCR plastic, wherever possible. All Logitech products, including Lift, are certified carbon neutral. When you purchase a Logitech product, the carbon footprint of that product has been reduced to zero by supporting forestry, renewables and climate-impacted communities that reduce carbon.

Pricing and Availability
Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse will be available in April 2022 on Logitech.com and at other global retailers. The suggested retail price for Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is $69.99. Lift for Business will also be available for purchase globally.
Source: Logitech
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12 Comments on Meet Lift, Logitech's New Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
Sounds more pandering than actual good product.
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#2
ZoneDymo
AsRockSounds more pandering than actual good product.
idk what could be wrong with it, its a mouse...but you hold it upright, not much that can go wrong
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#3
Blaylock
I've been meaning to try one of these vertical mice. It seems like a more natural position for your hand.
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#5
euricog
ChaitanyaThey already have a vertical mouse and I dont what's new with this model.
It's smaller, cheaper and there's also a left handed version.
BlaylockI've been meaning to try one of these vertical mice. It seems like a more natural position for your hand.
Definitely is, I own the standard Logitech Vertical and it's so much more comfortable that it became my sole option for everything, including gaming. I ditched much higher quality mice (MX Master 3 and Roccat Kone) because once I got used to the hand position, I couldn't let it go.

Design, connectivity and battery are awesome, but the really big downside is that it feels like a cheap mouse, especially the scroll wheel which is no better from any bog standard $10 mice.
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#6
piloponth
They missed opportunity to add horizontal scroller. Why?
I would gladly ditch my MX master for vertical mouse. But it need to have that second wheel, that MX has!
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#7
80-watt Hamster
euricogIt's smaller, cheaper and there's also a left handed version.



Definitely is, I own the standard Logitech Vertical and it's so much more comfortable that it became my sole option for everything, including gaming. I ditched much higher quality mice (MX Master 3 and Roccat Kone) because once I got used to the hand position, I couldn't let it go.

Design, connectivity and battery are awesome, but the really big downside is that it feels like a cheap mouse, especially the scroll wheel which is no better from any bog standard $10 mice.
Logitech wheels are definitely all over the map, regardless of price point. I've got an M185 with a wheel I like better than that of my MX Ergo, which cost 4 times as much.
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#8
TheLostSwede
piloponthThey missed opportunity to add horizontal scroller. Why?
I would gladly ditch my MX master for vertical mouse. But it need to have that second wheel, that MX has!
You can tilt the scroll wheel to scroll horizontally.
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#9
goldman
wondering how this compares to my mx vertical
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#10
TheLostSwede
goldmanwondering how this compares to my mx vertical
Think of it as a smaller, non-rechargeable version that has slightly updated connectivity protocols.
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#11
goldman
TheLostSwedeThink of it as a smaller, non-rechargeable version that has slightly updated connectivity protocols.
smaller sounds kinda uncomofrtable, tbh
also, non-rechargeable? wtf? wouldn't that make it one use only? (i mean, the battery dies and you cant recharge it anymore lol)
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#12
TheLostSwede
goldmansmaller sounds kinda uncomofrtable, tbh
also, non-rechargeable? wtf? wouldn't that make it one use only? (i mean, the battery dies and you cant recharge it anymore lol)
It takes a standard AA/LR6 battery, so you can simply swap it out, like in the good old days...
A single battery is said to be enough for up to two years usage.
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