iPad Mouse Review – Logitech, MX Anywhere, MX Ergo, and Satechi M1

Apple’s iPad mouse is equipped with the accessibility feature “Mouse Input” by default, but this isn’t intended to support everyday computer mouse use. The company has no technical reason to support mouse input more widely on the iPad. The company didn’t respond to a request for comment on the reasons why it has hidden this feature.

Logitech’s MX Anywhere 3

Logitech’s MX Anywhere 3-equipped iPad mouse is a compact and lightweight laser mouse that offers many of the same features as its flagship MX Mouse while being a fraction of the size. It’s also available in PC and Mac versions, though the Mac version only comes in white and does not come with the Logitech Unifying wireless dongle.

The MX Anywhere 3 supports Bluetooth and Logitech’s USB wireless unifying receiver, allowing it to connect to three different devices at once. This makes it ideal for multi-computer users, as it allows for seamless switching between the three different connections.

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Pebble’s i345

The Logitech Pebble M350 Wireless Mouse features a stylish, minimalist design. It’s a slim, lightweight mouse with an ergonomic shape. It’s also comfortable for long hours of use and is compatible with iPads and other tablets. It’s ideal for those who want a high-quality, wireless mouse for iPads.

The Pebble i345 mouse comes in two colours: graphite and white. It’s a simple device to pair with your iPad, and the setup process is quick and painless. Just put the second battery back in and the pairing process will begin automatically. In some cases, you don’t even need to hold down the pairing button.

The Pebble i345 Wireless Mouse is compatible with iPads and other tablets that use Bluetooth. It connects to your iPad via Bluetooth and has a battery life of up to 18 months. The Pebble i345 works with iPods running iOS 13.4 and later.

Logitech’s MX Ergo

Logitech’s MX Ergo mouse is an ergonomic trackball mouse with a good amount of buttons and two USB ports. It’s also wireless and programmable, which makes it perfect for multi-device use. The mouse has a slanted grey body, stainless steel sides, and a glossy trackball for natural hand position.

The MX Ergo’s wireless connection is rock-solid once it’s set up. However, we did experience some connection issues with two different laptops. Another issue is the use of a USB dongle, which is haphazard and not particularly intuitive. Fortunately, the MX Ergo can be paired with two Bluetooth devices simultaneously. In addition, it features a thousand-Hz polling rate, so it’s capable of tracking more objects at a time than the competition’s top-of-the-line mice.

Another major plus for the Logitech MX Ergo iPad mouse is its built-in rechargeable battery, which provides four months of battery life. Logitech also says that it can be charged within one minute, which means that it’s easy to go from zero to full usage. This mouse also features full customization of all its buttons. The precision mode button, for example, can be assigned to another function, so it’s not only useful for gaming but also for apps that don’t require fine-grained control.

Logitech’s MX Ergo with a multi-touch surface

If you are looking for a mouse for your iPad, Logitech’s MX Ergo might be the perfect option. It has an ergonomic design that minimizes hand movement and has a trackball over the thumb area to control the mouse pointer. The device also has an easy-switch button underneath the scroll wheel for easy switching between different devices.

The MX Ergo features multiple customizable buttons. It also supports Logitech Flow, a gesture-based gesture system. This mouse is also very lightweight, weighing only five ounces (141 g).

Satechi’s Aluminum M1

The Satechi M1 Bluetooth Mouse has a Bluetooth 4.0 connection and a rechargeable Type-C port. This device has a range of up to 32 feet and features a modern ergonomic design. The Bluetooth mouse connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth-enabled device.

The aluminium design of the Satechi M1 mouse is clean and attractive, and the scroll wheel has a clickable surface. It also features a rechargeable battery that lasts for 45 days. It charges quickly with the included USB-C-to-A cable, which is handy because you can charge it in just a few hours. However, the mouse’s wireless range is not as long as other wireless models.

The Satechi M1 Wireless Mouse is a Bluetooth 4.0 mouse with a brushed aluminium body. It has a 1200 DPI and a USB-C port for recharging. It works with Windows, Mac computers, and Android devices. However, it isn’t compatible with iOS devices. It weighs 176 grams and comes with soft buttons for comfort.