Logitech MX Ergo

Logitech MX Ergo

  • Wireless connection: Radio (RF)
  • Connection: Wireless
  • Features: Trackball, Ergonomic design, Tilt wheel
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3.3 / 5
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04/06/2020
Very comfortable and a good ergonomic alternative to a mouse or trackpad. + Good software where you can set what all buttons should do. + Stylish and discreet + Good battery life + The base plate can be adjusted in two different positions for better ergonomics. + Can switch between Bluetooth and the included wireless dongle. - charged with micro-usb

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31/05/2020
I am very pleased. It's been many years since I used one here, but this one feels really good. My RSI in the arm decreased from day one (probably mainly because I changed position). Will alternate this with a regular mouse. Feels like OK quality. Just like all Logitech products. Worked fine with Windows, Linux and Mac without having to do anything. Had a bit of a mess on Windows 10 away I installed the included software. The negative is the software. Why do I have to register with an e-mail address to make it work properly under Windows?!?

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24/02/2020
A big change from my old M570. + Can connect to 2 computers at the same time. (BT / dongle) + Programmable buttons have made my computer use easier. Would have liked to have had some more, but the two plus ones you get when you tilt the scroll wheel go a long way. - Despite two possible inclines, the M570 suited my hand better. - Also replaced the ball with the M570n. - Poor reach when the battery is not fully charged - applies to both BT & dongle. Has had to charge despite 40-50% just to get reasonable reach.

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20/11/2018
Edited 09/12/2018
Uses Kensington's trackballs, which cost as much as this, but Kensington has significantly better quality. This, however, has a thumb-ball which I think is more comfortable. Like all trackballs I tested this works for easier everyday tasks, but should you draw in CAD or anything that requires precision does not work trackballs. Precision comparable to Logitech M570 but clearly worse than Kensington. (380 DPI according to the manufacturer, currently writing 440 DPI.) negative: * Wireless but it has a USB cable that connects to the computer, which only charges the battery. It can not be controlled from the computer with the cord even though it is in the computer. It connects with a separate wireless USB dongle, so this mouse takes up two USB outputs. Unbelievably corked! * The supplied USB dongle has very short range (about one meter) so the computer must be close to the mouse if you do not connect with bluetooth. * The mouse is new but the quality usually is average-good on Logitech stuff, this "feels" the same way. * Magnet-mounted tilt plate, keep your mouse away from bank card speakers and other things that can be affected. Corked design again. * "8 buttons" includes the ON / OFF button. Wireless Sync Button and "Advanced Scan and Precision Mode Button". In practice, it has five buttons, two regular clicks, the mouse wheel and two programmable. * "Advanced Scan and Precision Mode Button" does not make precision better, only the mouse slows down a bit. = p * 900 kr for this mouse is long above what it's worth to pay for. Can not compete with Kensington regarding quality and ergonomics in this price range. Positively: * Relieves the correctly used wrist, elbow and shoulder. But do not finger your finger. * Comfortable and ergonomic to fit in. Much better designed than before M570. This is shaped to fit in one hand. (M570 bumps the wrist and seems to be designed with an oergonomic grip) * Thumb-ball * Battery life seems really good. Recommendation: Buy if you can get it for about 300 seconds and your computer has bluetooth. Otherwise, choose this and M570.

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03/04/2018
8/10 because the ball does not scroll that smooth! Men, det gjør mitigate min wrist stress / press. My wrist muscle is pretty weak, I have a couple mouses in the office, tried different ones and this one is by far the best in terms of ergonomic! If you're looking for a high performance mouse, this is not your target!

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