We've currently tested over 35 Logitech mice. This brand creates a lot of mice, whether for gaming or office-related work. Logitech mice are usually very well-built and have great overall sensor performance.
The best Logitech gaming mouse we've tested is the Logitech G Pro Wireless. It manages to remain fairly light while feeling excellently well built and sturdy, and its true ambidextrous design has two side buttons on both sides and is quite comfortable to use. Its HERO 25K sensor has an extremely wide CPI range that's adjustable in intervals of 50, and it has a high maximum polling rate and excellent low latency. You can customize both settings alongside the mouse's RGB effects and button assignments using Logitech's fantastic G HUB software.
Unfortunately, it doesn't support Bluetooth, and its rubber charging cable feels a bit stiff. It's also fairly expensive, so you should consider the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED if you want a more budget-friendly choice. All in all, its shape and size is nearly universal and should be comfortable for most hand sizes and grip types, making it a solid choice if you want an excellent gaming mouse.
The best wired Logitech mouse we've tested is the Logitech G502 HERO. This right-handed mouse is made of dense plastic and has a slanted design and thumb rest. It feels excellently well-built and amazingly comfortable. Its mouse wheel can L/R tilt and unlock for free scrolling, which is great for office use. With 12 total buttons, you can easily customize it to suit your needs using Logitech's G HUB software. You can also use it to modify its RGB lighting effects, its extremely wide CPI range in intervals of 50, and its polling rate. However, if you need more buttons, check out the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming mouse.
Unfortunately, its bulkiness might make the sniper CPI switching button hard to reach if you have smaller hands, no matter the grip type. Its stiff braided cable might drag things on your desk, and it's also fairly heavy, which might be off-putting to some. However, you can use the five included weights to tune the mouse's weight distribution to your liking. All in all, this wired mouse offers very customizable functionality, comfort, and performance to suit your needs.
The best Logitech mouse for office use that we’ve tested is the Logitech MX Master 3. This professional-looking mouse is made entirely out of plastic, with a latex covering that provides a great grip and gives it a premium feel. It has a remarkable build quality and should feel incredibly comfortable, thanks in part to the large thumb rest that you can also press down to enable gesture controls. You can use it via Bluetooth or with its dedicated USB receiver, and you can easily switch between three connected devices.
Unfortunately, it has a rather large body, so people with smaller hands may have a hard time using it with any grip type. That said, this mouse has a good amount of programmable inputs, and its scroll wheel automatically unlocks to free scroll mode to help you go through long documents. There’s also a horizontal scroll wheel on the left side, quite helpful for navigating through things like Excel spreadsheets. All in all, this is a fantastic choice and the best Logitech mouse we’ve tested for office use.
Overall, Logitech makes very solid mice that are some of the best-performing mice we've tested. The Logitech Gaming branch makes amazing gaming mice and are pioneers in improving wireless technologies. However, they still make very good wired mice. Their most recent sensors are also considered to be some of the best available. Unfortunately, their higher-end wireless options tend to be expensive, but since they make a lot of different mice, you're more than likely going to find one that fits your budget.
Jun 04, 2021: Verified that picks were still accurate and updated text for clarity.
Apr 06, 2021: Updated text for clarity and accuracy.
Feb 05, 2021: No change in recommendations; verified that our picks still represent the best products for our users and that they’re available.
Logitech makes a lot of different types of mice and will more than likely have one that suits your needs. They also create their own sensors, which are often used in their gaming mice.