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We are used to putting all of our energy into buying a new computer with all of its necessary features or even looking at tablets, but we tend to forget the mouse. We use the mouse for almost everything, even if it’s just to surf the web.

As architects, our hands are very valuable, we need to take care of them. What a better way than having an awesome and ergonomic mouse. Trust me, once you have one of these, you won’t look back at all, or maybe at the pain you had when using a normal mouse.  😂


Logitech MX Master 3

This mouse is very well-built and is quite heavy, giving it a hefty feel. This is a wireless-only mouse, It has an ergonomic design that is comfortable to use for hours thanks to its thumb rest and rounded shape. There’s a button on the thumb rest that enables gesture commands for as long as you press it. It also has great features like:

  • Two scroll wheels
  • Gesture commands
  • Set settings depending on which program or app you’re using.

Read more on the specs here.

Logitech MX Master 2S

The ergonomics of this mouse are great and should be comfortable enough to not cause soreness or fatigue during long work sessions.  It also feels extremely well-built and comfortable, thanks to the thumb rest and curved design that should match the shape of your hand. You can connect it with up to three devices simultaneously, either with Bluetooth or its USB receiver, and it has a decent amount of buttons to help you with your work. 

  • Extremely well-built and premium feel.
  • Its plethora of programmable button
  • The PTFE mouse feet are great and glide smoothly

Read more on the specs here.

Logitech MX Vertical

This mouse’s design feels remarkably comfortable and aims for a more natural grip that should minimize wrist strain and it’s suitable for most hand-sizes with a palm or claw grip. he buttons and their functions are decent. 

  • Versatile wireless connectivity
  • It’s rechargeable
  • Four programmable inputs to customize

Read more on the specs here.


This unique mouse includes three swappable side panels to help you find the best fit for your needs: one has a thumb rest, and the other two have different grip patterns. Its sensor performance is excellent, and it has a low enough click latency, so you won’t be that annoyed. The entire mouse feels very solid with very little flex or wobble and the removable side panels stay in place well. The buttons feel fairly solid.

  • Remap all of its buttons
  • Compatible with both Windows and macOS
  • On-board memory (If youcustomize the mouse and keep those settings if you use it on a different PC.)

Read more on the specs here.

Anker Wireless Vertical 

Its vertical design is quite narrow and comfortable to use, as you simply rest your hand on the mouse, keeping your wrist in a neutral position. It’s comfortable to use during long hours and feels surprisingly well-made for its low price point. It has a curved LED light, but it only acts as a CPI indicator or lights up when the battery is low.

  • The buttons are easy to reach
  • Two-side button layout
  • Exceptional compatibility with both Windows and macOS

Read more on the specs here.

Do you already use an ergonomic mouse for your architectural projects?

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