Logitech Performance Mouse MX
In the event that you have enormous hands or favor expansive mice, we suggest the Logitech Performance Mouse MX. The Performance is significantly bigger than our redesign pick, making it the most agreeable to use for bigger gave individuals. Also, it has nine programmable catches, more than any of our different picks. In any case, it has an average parchment haggle does not have the MX Master 2S’s thumb scroll wheel, Bluetooth, and support for Logitech’s most recent programming. This mouse costs about twice as much as our fundamental pick, yet it’s considerably less expensive than the MX Master 2S, so in the event that you have tremendous hands and need to spend less, the Performance MX is an incredible alternative.
Three Logitech remote mice sitting on a work area, showing the diverse sizes between the marathon, ace 2s, and execution mouse mx.
The Logitech Performance Mouse MX (left) is longer and more extensive than the Marathon Mouse M705 (center) and the Logitech MX Master 2S (right), improving it suited for bigger hands.
Five out of seven board individuals said the Performance was too extensive to utilize easily consistently, however our two biggest gave analyzers said this mouse—which measures 5.1 inches in length, 3.9 inches wide, and 1.9 inch tall—fit their hands perfectly. For correlation, the Marathon Mouse M705 is extensively more reduced at 4.3 creeps by 2.6 crawls by 1.6 inch, with the MX Master 2S falling in the middle of the two at 5 creeps by 3.4 crawls by 2 inches. Four board individuals specified that the form of this mouse dove into their palm on the pinkie side, close to the wrist. The MX Master 2S, our redesign pick, did not have this issue.
Like our best pick, the Performance Mouse MX utilizes Logitech’s Unifying Receiver rather than Bluetooth to interface with your workstation.
The Performance has a Darkfield sensor, similar to the MX Master 2S, which enables it to track easily on all surfaces, including glass and mirrors. The Performance associates just by means of Logitech’s Unifying Receiver, however; it doesn’t have Bluetooth like the MX Master 2S.
The Performance Mouse MX has nine adjustable catches, more than any of our different picks: a similar catch determination as the Marathon, in addition to an extra Zoom catch on the left side. We favored the MX Master 2S’s incredible thumb scroll wheel set up of the Performance’s Zoom catch, however. We likewise didn’t care for the Performance MX’s parchment wheel, despite the fact that it tilts dissimilar to the MX Master 2S’s. Tightened looking over feels loose, and the look over wheel’s worked in down catch feels soft. The Performance MX’s application-switcher catch in the thumb rest is encompassed by a plastic casing with a sharp edge that can delve into your thumb, another issue interesting to this mouse.
The Performance works with Logitech’s more seasoned SetPoint and Control Center programming, and doesn’t bolster Logitech Options and Flow like the MX Master 2S does.
Like the MX Master 2S, the Performance utilizes an implicit rechargeable battery, and you can even now utilize the mouse while it’s charging by means of USB. Logitech cites the battery life at a most extreme of one month, and two board individuals who have possessed this mouse said they’ve needed to charge it “more frequently than [they’d] like.” (Logitech has significantly enhanced battery life on more up to date mice, however the Performance MX has been around for a long time.) We utilized about 33% of the Performance’s battery life after three workdays as per Logitech SetPoint’s battery-life gauge, an outcome that proposes that we ought to expect around nine workdays altogether on a solitary charge.