Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth, USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, 2-Year Battery, Compatible with Laptop, PC, Mac, iPadOS - Grey

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Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth, USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, 2-Year Battery, Compatible with Laptop, PC, Mac, iPadOS - Grey

Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth, USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, 2-Year Battery, Compatible with Laptop, PC, Mac, iPadOS - Grey

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Also, gesture button can also be triggered accidentally quite often. I could just turn it off, but I do actually use it sometimes. But when Im not using it, misdirected pressure in your hand can trigger it so that can also be annoying.

The one thing I will say about this mouse is that, though it can be programmed otherwise, it is mainly for right handers. I am right handed, but there are times where I want to use the mouse with my left hand while writing or doing with with my right hand. Left handed people might not like the design of the mouse catering to right handers (like so many other mice out there) While we lament the shortfalls in the M720's mobile OS support, we have to admit that it's nifty to have one mouse that can be shared among three systems. This is especially useful in the cross-platform world, where many of us have some combination of at least a Mac and PC, or more than one computer of the same platform designated for work and personal use. For starters, I will say that I love the weight and size of the mouse. My hands arent abnormally large or small. I'd say they are about average (pinky to thumb spread length ~8.5 in). My previous wireless mouse was much smaller and less comfortable to hold, so going to a bigger size was really nice. For those who had a BIGGER previous mouse, going to this mouse that is smaller might be something you dont like. Make sure you know what the dimensions are before buying. The weight of this mouse makes it feel premium, but isnt something that you have to "lug" around. If you use Logitech’s Options software—which works on Windows and macOS—you can customize how these features work on an app-by-app basis. For example, you could set the horizontal scroll wheel to navigate between tabs in Chrome, control zoom in Photoshop, and scroll horizontally in Excel, and the mouse will know to adjust automatically. All these features can be a lot to take in, but they genuinely help the mouse speed up routine functions. Speaking of sensitivity, the Viper Ultimate has a massive CPI range of 100cpi to 20,000cpi: that maximum is overkill for just about anything, per usual, but you can adjust the CPI in increments of 50, which is fairly granular. A button that lets you switch between five CPI presets is located on the bottom of the mouse, which we don’t mind since it’s tougher to accidentally press in the heat of a game. Latency, meanwhile, is more or less imperceptible when you connect the mouse to Razer’s USB receiver. We tested the Viper Ultimate alongside Razer’s wired Viper mouse, and while it may sound hyperbolic, we think most people would be hard-pressed to notice any difference between this and a quality wired option. Specs at a glance: Razer Viper UltimateThe best mouse for most people is the Logitech MX Master 3. It’s not cheap, but its design and versatility are befitting of a high-end accessory. It’s supremely comfortable, first and foremost, with an ample thumb rest, a gentle slope for your middle three fingers, and a slight flare-out for the pinky. There’s a significant hump at the mouse’s base, but holding it, the design feels like it was sculpted with a hand fitted around it. It works excellently for both palm and claw grips, and while it’s relatively weighty, the heft adds to its premium feel. So does its finish, which is plastic, but hard, textured, and grippy.

Valentina PalladinoBelow are a few more mice from our research that we found noteworthy. If you don’t see your favorite listed, that means we either didn’t find it worth mentioning or haven’t tested it yet. Feel free to suggest new mice for us to test in future guide updates. Logitech says the battery can last up to 24 months. The underside power button will help preserve battery life, as will the mouse's ability to automatically enter sleep mode if it detects it's not in use. We've converted this review to Test Bench 1.2. This update simplifies our Weight test and expands on our CPI test from Test Bench 1.1, resulting in changes to test results in both sections. For more details, you can see our complete changelog here. Scrolling: Idk why everyone else hates it, but I love the scrolling on this. I like using the free-scrolling where I just rol it and let it go for a second or two. But it is also really easy to just switch to traditional scrolling bit by bit. If you’ve developed wrist strain after years of using traditional mice, you may want to try using a vertical mouse. These taller, radically angled devices are designed to be held like you’re giving a light handshake. They’re not cure-alls: you’ll still want to keep your wrist straight, hold the mouse lightly, and make movements from your elbow, among other best practices, either way. But the idea is that the vertical design can make practicing those good ergonomics more natural. If you have to retrain your muscle memory to alleviate joint pain anyway, it may be easier to do so with an entirely new form factor, even if it means getting through a learning curve for the mouse itself.

M720 Triathlon

Following the update to Test Bench 1.2, some of our test results have changed within both the Weight and CPI sections. We've added or modified some of the text in this article to clarify these changes.

We've added a link to the newly-reviewed Logitech MX Anywhere 3S in the Portability section of this review. At the bottom of the mouse sit the power slider and the battery compartment. The battery compartment is both secure and easy to remove by sliding your finger down it. Inside the compartment sits a AA battery and a slot that holds Logitech's included Unifying wireless USB receiver (the same kind used by the K780 keyboard). The mouse can transmit up to 10 meters to the Unifying receiver or via Bluetooth 4.0. Over the Unifying receiver, the 2.4GHz mouse is compatible with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, and Linux-based computers, as well as with (as mentioned) Android 5.0 or later. Even Windows RT is supported. Battery life: I've had this for well over a month now, and I turn it off at the end of every day. Obviously it claims much longer battery life, but so far I've had no issues. I also prefer mice that run on AA batteries rather than plug in ones, so that I can change it out. When the plug-in-to-charge mice finally die....theyre dead for good. A simple battery switch with this is a lot more appealing to me. I will update in time if anything changes regarding battery life.Battery: These systems do not support batteries that are not genuine Lenovo-made or authorised. Systems will continue to boot, but may not charge unauthorised batteries. Lenovo has no responsibility for the performance or safety of unauthorised batteries, and provides no warranties for failures or damage arising out of their use. **Battery life is based on the MobileMark® 2014 methodology and is an estimated maximum. Actual battery life may vary based on many factors, including screen brightness, active applications, features, power management settings, battery age and conditioning, and other customer preferences. The Razer Viper Ultimateis the best wireless gaming mouse. It's extremely responsive and accurate, to the point where it's hard to differentiate from top wired mice. The Logitech G305 Lightspeedis the best affordable wireless gaming mouse. It's a smaller, no-frills device, but it offers great performance at a more manageable price.

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