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Logitech's new trackball mouse is a $ 50 hack to free up desk space

Logitech’s new trackball mouse is a $ 50 hack to free up desk space

Logitech’s new trackball mouse, Ergo M575Is the successor to 10 year old Ergo M570.. It has a longer battery life, can be connected via Bluetooth Low Energy, and is compatible with a wide range of devices. Battery life is estimated to be 24 months (from 18 months) when using Logitech’s USB receiver and 20 months when connecting via Bluetooth. It’s powered by a single AA battery and costs $ 49.99 (£ 44.99).

The trackball mouse takes some getting used to, but it’s perfect for small desks because you don’t have to move the mouse to control the cursor. If you are suffering from a lack of space while working from home, this could be a good alternative to traditional mice.

There are two programmable buttons on the left side of the mouse.
Image: Logitech

Use your thumb to move the cursor and operate the trackball.
Image; Logitech

The Ergo M575 is available in either black or white. Both have a raised surface on the palm rest to help grip and have two programmable buttons on the left side of the device’s primary button and scroll wheel.Scroll wheels don’t tilt like the more expensive ones $ 99.99MX Ergo, And the Ergo M575 also doesn’t have a rechargeable battery for that mouse.

The amount of recycled plastic depends on the color of the Ergo M575 used. The black version is made of 50% recycled plastic, while the white version is as low as 21%.

Logitech’s Ergo M575 is available today.

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