In terms of appearance design, compared to the aforementioned Logitech MX Vertical (120×79×78.5), the new Logitech LIFT Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is much lighter and more suitable for users with small and medium-sized hands. The size is only 108×70×71 mm, which is much smaller than the Logitech MX Vertical. Logitech said that the LIFT mouse adopts a 57° bevel design, which can satisfy the user’s left and right arms in a natural state at the same time while providing a comfortable grip and satisfying ergonomics. Overall, the Logitech LIFT mouse is rounder and more textured. In addition, it is also available in rose, off-white, and graphite colors.
In terms of functions, the Logitech LIFT mouse abandons wired connections and only supports wireless connections. Users can connect wirelessly through Bluetooth or Logitech Bolt USB receivers. And the mouse also supports a variety of operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iPadOS and Android, etc. At the same time, 4 custom buttons are provided, and users can switch between the three devices at will through the Easy-Switch button.
According to the official statement, the Logitech LIFT mouse will be launched on the global market one after another. In terms of price, the starting price of the mouse is $69.99.