Logitech Marathon Mouse M705 Review – Give Your Wrist a Break

There are a lot of us that do spend very long hours in front of the computer every-single-day, and you might not pay attention too much about the ergonomics of your PC setup, especially when look at your mouse; which is why you should take a look at the Logitech Marathon Mouse M705. You can give your traditional mouse an upgrade with this Logitech offering. It follows the natural curve of your hand, which will make your joints happy. Furthermore, it is found in a very reasonable price point.

Logitech Marathon Mouse M705 Review - Give Your Wrist a Break

The Logitech Marathon Mouse M705 Will Make Your Hands Happy

The top surface on the Logitech Marathon Mouse M705 is wide enough to accommodate a good range of hand sizes. However, if you do have larger hands, then you might want to check out the company’s other offering, which is the MX Master Mouse because it’s so big and comfortable at the same time that it feels like a Lay-Z-Boy made for your hand.

Bet enough about the MX Master Mouse, the Marathon Mouse M705 has six extra buttons aside from the standard left and right clickers found on the top. There are two directional thumb buttons found on the side. These buttons will allow you to move “back” and “forward” in a web browser or media player. There is also another button which hidden underneath the thumb pad found on the left, as well as three separate buttons found on the scroll wheel.

Just like many other computer mice as of late, you no longer have to install a separate program just to start using it. This works via plug-and-play, which means that you just insert the USB dongle into your computer to start using it. you can also install Logitech’s SetPoint software should you want to remap the extra buttons according to your most commonly used tasks such as navigating through media or opening certain applications.

If there is one feature that would make the Logitech Marathon Mouse M705 stand out from the rest, it is its speed-adaptive scroll wheel. This lets users toggle between smooth and notched scrolling with the use of the button found on the top. There are those who prefer to navigate a page with a click-by-click process, but it is great to make use of the ability to switch between the two types of scrolling freely so that if others use your mouse, they would be able to adjust quickly with their preferred setting.


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