Logitech ERGO M575

Logitech announced on unique wireless mouse – the ERGO M575. This mouse’s movements is not made by moving the mouse like every familiar mouse we know, the movements are made by moving the Trackball that attached to the left side of the mouse.

The Logitech ERGO M575 comes as the successor of M570 which announced in 2010 and as a cheaper version of MX ERGO which Logitech announced in 2017.

The new mouse helps reducing fatigue that comes from long usage or orthopaedic damage that can cause by moving the mouse too frequently.

ERGO M575 comes in a Trackball design – ball attached to the left side of the mouse and can be moved by the user’s thumb.

The M575 comes in black or white color, the sensor technology nominal value is 400 and up to 2000 dpi and comes with 5 buttons. The M575 use regular AA batteries that supply for 2 years of usage with the company unique connector or 20 months via Bluetooth.

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The Logitech ERGO M575 mouse will be available for $50.

Logitech K845 Mechanical Keyboard Announced


Logitech, the known manufacturer of computer’s peripherals and software company, announced their new mechanical keyboard, the Logitech K845 Mechanical Illuminated. This wired keyboard equipped with backlight and 5 different types of mechanical keys so you can choose which one better fits your typing style.

The new K845 keyboard will serve customers that wants to have a simple mechanic keyboard for regular use, who don’t interested in investing too much on a high priced keyboard and don’t want to buy mechanical gaming keyboard.

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The keyboard comes in minimalist build with aluminum body and not build in keys “on air” that not in special frame (in some other keyboards, each key have its own build in frames and it looks like a beehive keyboard).

The keyboard also has 5 different backlight styles: Breathing, Random Serpent, Reactive and Static. You can decrease or increase the brightness.

And now let’s talk about the keys, with the keyboard you can choose 1 of the 5 mechanical key switches types.

  • Red Keys – Simple fast linear keys with no feedback force or click sound (popular among the gamers).
  • Blue Keys – Keys with click feedback and have louder click noise (popular among the people who love to type)
  • Brown Keys – Keys with click feedback but without the sound, kind of compromise between the red keys and the blue keys.

In addition to the regular key types, the users will be able to choose other mechanical key switch types (the 4th and 5th types) . The red and blue key switches from CHERRY MX – one of the most known companies for mechanical key switches.

Source – Logitech

The new Logitech K845 Mechanical Illuminated will be available for $60 for the 3 regulars mechanical key switches types (Red, Blue and Brown) and $80 for the Cherry MX mechanical key switch types (Red and blue)