The new Logitech Lift is a cheaper, colorful vertical ergonomic mouse with left-handed version and long battery life
After the MX Vertical, Logitech has unveiled a smaller, more affordable vertical mouse. Besides a cheaper price, the new Logitech Lift offers a left-handed vertical mouse model as well at long last. Logitech has made sure to paint the Lift in several jolly colors, too, unlike the MX Vertical's somber graphite material. The Lift looks more slanted than the MX Vertical, but it is actually tilted at the same 57-degree angle that presumably relieves wrist strain as you are holding it in a more natural, handshake position.
At 4.25 x 2.76 x 2.8 inches in size and 0.28 lb of weight, the Logitech Lift is more compact than the towering MX Vertical, and is suitable for smaller hands that are up to 7.5 inches in length. Despite its much lower, US$70 price, the Logitech Lift offers all the bells and whistles of a high-end Logitech mouse, such as both Bluetooth and dongle connections, as well as the Flow feature that allows you to simultaneously control three devices with one Lift mouse. You can also use Logitech's software to reprogram the side buttons.
Logitech managed to lower the Lift vertical mouse price by skipping the USB-C charging port and built-in Li-ion battery of the MX Vertical and using a regular AAA battery instead which it claims will be good for two years of usage. The battery cover is magnetically attached hence easier to remove, and the wireless connection dongle has a dedicated slot underneath for easier storage.