It is well known that, although they are not the best option for gaming, vertical mice are ideal for people who use the computer for many hours a day and end up feeling tired on the wrist. Since with this type of mouse the position of the hand is much more natural, you will avoid fatigue and pain, so next we are going to tell you what we consider to be the best vertical mouse on the market.
Logitech MX Vertical
Despite being the most expensive, this is the top seller of vertical mice for the simple prestige of the Logitech brand. In this case it has a tilt of 57 degrees against the horizontal, it has a configurable optical sensor of up to 4000 DPI, and of course it is wireless for greater comfort.
This Trust mouse is available both wired and wireless with a difference of two euros (so it’s worth the wireless, really). It has a 61-degree inclination, an optical sensor of up to 1600 DPI (configurable in three jumps, 800, 1200 and 1600) and it is surely the cheapest recognized brand vertical mouse that you are going to be able to find, which makes it one ideal option if you want to try without spending too much money.
This other version of the same brand is a little more expensive (not much), but much more ergonomic. They do not indicate its inclination but it is clearly visible that it is less than the Verto, and in this case its optical sensor only has 1000 DPI sensitivity and is only available in wireless mode.
DeLUX M618 Mini-jet
This is a little-known but well-recognized manufacturer since it practically only works with vertical mice, so it has many models. In this case, this mouse aims to be quite elegant, and its battery stands out for giving up to 2 weeks of autonomy on a single charge. Its optical sensor can operate at 800, 1200, 1600, and 2400 DPI, and stands out for using OMRON buttons, with a life expectancy of more than 30 million keystrokes.
Amazon Basics Upright Mouse
You already know that Amazon has recently launched its line of peripherals, and in this case it also has a vertical mouse that stands out for something because of its price and its simplicity. It is wireless, and in this case, curiously, they do not give any data about it, but its sensor is 1000 DPI optical. Another excellent option to test to see if you like vertical mice without having to invest a lot of money.
DeLUX M618 Plus
Another DeLUX model similar to the previous one -in fact it is a variant-, but in this case with a much more inclined shape, practically at 90 degrees that allows you to hold it as if it were a joystick. It has buttons on both sides and incorporates RGB lighting throughout its perimeter. It is not wireless, and its optical sensor can operate at 800, 1200, 1600, 2400 and up to 4000 DPI sensitivity.
This curious vertical mouse also has buttons on both sides and is curious to incorporate a directional pad in the thumb area that will allow us to configure up to 11 buttons in total. The manufacturer says that it is ideal, therefore, for MMO and MOBA type games, but that will have to be seen. It is also curious that it equips a PAW3325 optical sensor with 10000 DPI of maximum sensitivity.
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse
We reached the bottom of the list with another top-selling mouse for the simple fact of being from Microsoft. In this case it is the one with the least inclination (just 32 degrees), but it is wireless, very light, with a dedicated button for the Windows key, and uses Microsoft’s patented BlueTrack technology (even works on transparent glass) in its sensor.