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Logitech Ergo M575

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Product Overview

Logitech ERGO M575 wireless trackball is an elegant wireless mouse with a thumb control designed to maximize comfort while saving space. The trackball form factor reduces lateral movement of the wrist, thus offering a superior, more ergonomic user experience and reducing strains put on the forearm during prolonged work sessions.
Compatible with both Bluetooth Low Energy and the included Logitech USB controller, the ERGO M575 offers exceptional battery life of up to 24 months with a single AA battery.
The precise tracking o the M575 can be adjusted with Logitech Options software, too.
The trackball is designed for sustainability, with up to 50% of the plastic content made from recycled materials.

Ratings

What we found

Pros
  • Comfortable right-handed design
  • Works with nearly all hand-sizes
  • Comfortable palm grip
Cons
  • Lacks onboard memory

What external reviewers found

External score 56%
Pros
  • Excellent trackball performance
  • Sleek design
  • Comfortable trackball design
  • Feels well-built
  • Supports multiple Unifying devices
  • Easy to use
Cons
  • Lack of memory
  • High click latency
  • Not nearly as many buttons as dedicated MMO mice
  • Doesn't support wired connections
  • No L/R tilt buttons

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Specifications

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External Reviews

laptopmag[1]

Reviewer score 86%
Reviewers from laptopmag have found:
With just one AA battery, the M575 can remain powered with Bluetooth LE for up to 20 months. It may not be the flashiest peripheral on the market, but there is style in both its curvy exterior and simple layout. The trackball performs wonderfully across a range of exercises, whether working on video, or gaming.
Pros
  • Sleek design
  • Easy to use
  • Excellent trackball performance
Cons
  • Lack of memory

pcmag[2]

Reviewer score 53%
Reviewers from pcmag have found:
The Logitech Ergo M575 is a well-built alternative to a traditional mouse that's held back by a design that won't fit everyone's hands. It works with Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, and Linux computers using either Bluetooth or the bundled Logitech Unifying wireless dongle. The trackball's sensitivity (nominally 400dpi) can be adjusted using a slider.
Pros
  • Easy to use
  • Works with Windows, macOS, and Linux computers
  • Supports multiple Unifying devices
Cons
  • Doesn't support wired connections

rtings[3]

Reviewer score 31%
Reviewers from rtings have found:
The Logitech M575 is great for office use. It stays put on your desk, and you use the trackwheel with your thumb to move your cursor. It feels well-built and has an ergonomic shape ideal for a palm grip for nearly all hand sizes. The mouse is bad for ultra-light gaming and isn't for this use.
Pros
  • Feels well-built
  • Can be used wirelessly with a USB receiver or Bluetooth
  • Comfortable trackball design
Cons
  • High click latency
  • No L/R tilt buttons
  • Not nearly as many buttons as dedicated MMO mice

References

  1. ^ Logitech ERGO M575 review. [laptopmag].
  2. ^ Logitech Ergo M575 Review. [pcmag].
  3. ^ Logitech ERGO M575 Mouse Review. [rtings].

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