The Logitech M510 is a good choice for office use. This mouse doesn’t have the best sensor performance, but it should be fine for general web browsing and office work. Unfortunately, due to its rather odd curves, its ergonomics are not the best. On the upside, it is completely wireless and offers a good amount of programmable buttons to make your work a bit more fluid. Logitech’s tiny Unifying receiver is also a big advantage in this world of shrinking USB ports: at a quarter the size of a USB flash drive, it can pair six Logitech accessories simultaneously. That means one dongle can be used for keyboards, mice, and other Unifying family devices on a Chromebook, Mac, or Windows PC. There is also space inside the battery compartment for a dongle, in case you want to take the dongle with you. (Want dongle-free Bluetooth? Go with the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 or M535 instead). As for the design, the Logitech M510 mouse made the right decision adding a curve to fit right-handed and left-handed people. However, left-handers will find it difficult to use the two side buttons. Unlike Microsoft’s Arc Mouse, the sides have a smooth rubber grip that is comfortable enough for extended use. The scroll wheel sometimes moves too smoothly, and the wheel operation is not well separated.

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