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Logitech Lift review

Productivity-focused ergonomics try a different angle, deliver impressive results

It’s not the first time a vertical mouse breaks cover — and it’s not even Logitech’s first such product — but Lift’s appeal to users with small hands or left-handed people does set it apart. (Image: Logitech)

The humble mouse, the pointing device most of us depend on to be productive while using computers every day, has greatly evolved during the last decade or so: its basic shape has now adjusted to our hands (instead of the other way around), its buttons are much easier to reach and use in…

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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

Veteran journalist, project kickstarter, tech nut, cynical gamer, music addict, movie maniac | Medium top writer in Television, Movies, Gaming | farkonas.com

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