Product Comparison: Evoluent VM4R vs Logitech MX Vertical

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General Specifications
MX Vertical
About the Product
The VerticalMouse 4 (Right handed mouse) by Evoluent helps avoids forearm twisting for comfort and good health. The shape is thoughtfully sculpted for uncompromised comfort and easy-to-reach programmable buttons.
MX Vertical is an advanced ergonomic mouse that combines science-driven design with the elevated performance of Logitech’s MX series. The unique 57° vertical angle has been optimized for an ergonomic posture.
Key Specs
2400 dpi
4000 dpi
Sensor Type
Number of Buttons
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Evoluent VM4R Ergonomic Mouse with Wired USB Connection
  • This mouse does have some nice features like extra buttons for the thumb and easy DPI switching
  • It also tracks better, has adjustable DPI, and much nicer button feel.
  • The adjustable DPI settings, and customizable buttons make it ideal for both work, and playing games. I'm never using another mouse again.
  • The ability to adjust the dpi of the mouse with a button is great. One other great thing, it works through my KVM switch for all 4 machines without a hitch
  • The mouse often becomes entirely unresponsive, or the mouse cursor starts "jumping" in the direction I'm moving rather than smoothly translating to the desired position.
Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design
  • It did not take me long to adjust to the new position. It felt natural very quickly. And the buttons are easy to press.
  • The mouse glides effortlessly over my mouse pad. There is a lot of that slick material on the bottom of this mouse. Also has a pretty good sensor.
  • The two regular mouse buttons are excellent. The click is very nice and clicks well from multiple spots on the button.
  • The wheel should have been positioned more toward the nose of the mouse.
  • The scroll wheel feels like a step down from previous mice.
Size & Weight
5.4 in.
4.72 in.
3.6 in.
3.11 in.
3.6 in.
3.09 in.
5.9 oz.
4.72 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Evoluent VM4R Ergonomic Mouse with Wired USB Connection
  • I'm very happy that I did. The VerticalMouse 4 has a fantastic solid feel. The materials used are of decent quality and ergonomically the shape is far better than that of the LuguLake.
  • My hand is right at 7" from fingertip to wrist and this size feels just a bit big. I like a bigger mouse, so this was just what I was hoping for.
  • Despite it's size, which is rather large (no sweat for me having average male sized hands), it is extremely light. It moves well, and the clicking response is the best I have ever experienced.
  • The size is great and Iike how this version keeps my hand , via the lip for your pinky, off the desk. The scroll wheel is nice and smooth as well, which makes using this mouse effortless.
  • The mouse is too heavy. It is very hard to move it around. It supposed to help me with my wrist problem. I still got wirst pain when I try to move it around.
  • Essentially the whole design problem is that it is top-heavy and it makes really fine movements really difficult, which then seems to put strain on the wrist defeating the entire purpose of it.
Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design
  • This mouse that is both ergonomic and compact enough for me.
  • It is very light which at first bothered me but now I like it compared to the much heavier MX Master.
  • They nailed the Goldilocks of weight for this mouse. It's not too heavy, and it's not too light. It's weight is perfect.
  • The ergonomics, size and weight feel nice and are at a higher angle than most other mice I tried.
  • Unfortunately, this mouse is just too big for me and my grip.
Connection Type
Cord Length
5 feet
4.5 feet
33 feet
What customers say about "Connection"
Evoluent VM4R Ergonomic Mouse with Wired USB Connection
  • The corded version is lighter than the wireless version due to the batteries' weight.
  • The USB cord is very long for something that sits right next to your computer. This cord should at least be removable from the base of the mouse, so one can switch in a shorter cord.
  • The cord seems quite fragile, and it is not easy to position the mouse to keep it out of the way.
  • The cord is way too long. I guess it was designed for desktop use exclusively. But at work we have laptops hooked up to external second monitors, and I find this cord's length to be cumbersome.
Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design
  • It pairs seamlessly by bluetooth with my 2018 MacBook Pro, and 2017 iMac Pro.
  • I have a Type C mouse Macbook for work and an old 2011 iMac at home and I can work between the two with ease.
  • It's nice that you can use the unifying receiver and use both your regular Logitech mouse and this one and just change whenever you feel like it.
  • Just plug in the receiver, let the software install, and you're good to go.
  • Can connect wirelessly via Bluetooth or with this included usb dongle. And lastly you can hard wire in with the included USB type-C cable.
Mouse Type
Body Material
Number of Programmable Buttons
Adjustable optical sensor, Pointer speed indicators, Improved thumb rest, Extended lip prevents rubbing
Easy-Switch And Flow-Enabled, Fast Recharging, Elevated Performance
What customers say about "Features"
Evoluent VM4R Ergonomic Mouse with Wired USB Connection
  • The color scheme and lights are well placed to allow use of it in dark environments.
  • The programmable buttons have been a blessing I never thought i'd use, but now are a key piece of how I do my work.
  • The 6 programmable buttons allow you to keep your hand on the mouse more than usual, and - very importantly - require much less force to activate.
  • The only driver that works is the generic Microsoft mouse driver. In this configuration, the mouse buttons are not programmable.
  • Don't need the lighted blue logo at the base -- a waste of energy and too bright
Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse – Advanced Ergonomic Design
  • It is very nice, has a great non-slip texture, and very comfortable to hold.
  • Tactically this mouse is excellent. It feels wonderful to hold.
  • The battery life is impressive I've only charged the mouse 2 or 3 times in the three months I've owned it.
  • The best part about the Logitech Vertical Mouse is Logitech Flow software.
  • Charging is easy with the supplied USB charging cord.
Power Source
Built-in rechargeable battery
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
99.99 $

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