The Logitech ERGO M575 is an ergonomic trackball mouse. It feels very well-built and has a comfortable right-handed design well-suited for nearly all hand sizes using a palm or claw grip, but those with small hands may not be able to reach the forward and back buttons on the top. It connects wirelessly either with its USB receiver or via Bluetooth and uses one AA battery. Unfortunately, you can only adjust the default CPI with the software's cursor speed slider, which doesn't label the actual CPI setting. Also, its click latency is only decent, and its polling rate is low and can't be changed. However, this shouldn't pose any problems for everyday tasks.
The Logitech M575 is great for office use. It stays put on your desk, and you use the trackwheel with your thumb to move your cursor. It feels well-built and has an ergonomic shape ideal for a palm grip for nearly all hand sizes. It connects wirelessly with a USB receiver or Bluetooth, and it has several buttons you can program using the software compatible with Windows and macOS. Unfortunately, the wheel has no L/R tilt buttons and doesn't unlock for free scrolling.
The Logitech M575 is disappointing for FPS gaming and isn't for this use. It's very heavy, has a high click latency, and has a low polling rate you can't adjust. On the bright side, it feels very well-built and is well-suited for nearly everyone using a palm or claw grip, except those with small hands who may have trouble reaching both side buttons.
The Logitech M575 is inadequate for MMO gaming, but it isn't for this use. It doesn't have nearly as many buttons as dedicated MMO mice, has a low polling rate that you can't change, and only has decent click latency. That said, it feels well-built, and most people should be able to comfortably use a palm or claw grip, except for those with small hands.
The Logitech M575 is bad for ultra-light gaming and isn't for this use. It's very heavy, but you move the trackball instead of the entire mouse. Unfortunately, it has a very low polling rate you can't adjust, and its click latency is only decent.
According to how we calculate our results, the Logitech M575 is decent for travel, but it's very heavy and bulky and likely not a mouse many people would consider for this use. That said, its trackball design means you can use it in tight spaces. It also connects via a USB receiver or Bluetooth, it feels well-built, and it's well-suited for almost all hand-sizes using a palm grip.
If you're interested in comparing this mouse to its predecessor, check out the Logitech M570.
Logitech claims this mouse has a battery life of 24 months using the receiver and 20 months using Bluetooth. However, this isn't something we test.
Logitech claims the M575 has a minimum CPI of 400 and a maximum of 2000. However, there are no CPI adjustment settings or indication of the default CPI. We set the cursor speed slider to the minimum using Logitech Options for our tests.
The Logitech ERGO M575 is a stationary trackball mouse and an update of the Logitech ERGO M570, first released over a decade ago. The update brings modern design touches, improved battery life, and Bluetooth connectivity. The Logitech M575 can be a great choice if you have limited desk space or you're looking for an affordable ergonomic option but aren't a fan of vertical mice.
For other options, see our recommendations for the best mice, the best wireless mice, and the best Logitech mice.
The Logitech ERGO M575 is an updated version of the Logitech M570. It connects wirelessly with its USB receiver or via Bluetooth. It also has an adjustable CPI and a newer version of software compatible with Windows and macOS. On the other hand, the Logitech M570 only connects wirelessly with its USB receiver, though it has a compartment for storing it when it isn't in use. Both mice are well-suited for a palm or claw grip for nearly all hand sizes.
The Logitech MX ERGO is a better ergonomic trackball mouse for office use than the Logitech ERGO M575. The MX ERGO feels better-built and has a rechargeable battery. It also has more programmable inputs, a scroll wheel with L/R tilt buttons, and better click latency when using Bluetooth. On the other hand, the ERGO M575 is heavier and uses an AA battery. Both mice are very well-suited for palm grip, but those with small hands may not be able to reach all buttons using a claw grip with the M575.
The Glorious Model D is an excellent ultra-light gaming mouse, while the Logitech ERGO M575 is a great ergonomic trackball mouse for office use. The Glorious is much lighter, has a wider CPI range, a much higher polling rate, and significantly better click latency. Comparatively, The Logitech connects wirelessly with a USB receiver and has a more precisely adjustable CPI. It also has a trackball, so it remains stationary while you're using it. Both mice are well-suited for claw and palm grip for all hand sizes except for smaller hands. However, only the Glorious is suitable for a fingertip grip.
The Logitech G502 HERO is a great wired gaming mouse, and the Logitech ERGO M575 is a great ergonomic trackball mouse for office use. The G502 HERO is lighter, has a wider CPI range, a much higher polling rate, significantly better click latency, onboard memory, and a scroll wheel that unlocks for free scrolling and has L/R tilt buttons. On the other hand, the MERGO M575 connects wirelessly with a USB receiver and has a trackball. Both mice are best-suited for claw and palm grips, but neither mouse is suitable for smaller hands using any grip type.
the Logitech ERGO M575 is a better trackball mouse overall than the Kensington Expert Mouse Wireless Trackball. The Logitech has a more comfortable right-handed design well-suited to palm grip or claw grip. It also feels better-built and only uses one AA battery. On the other hand, the Kensington has an ambidextrous shape with a detachable wrist rest, but it has an unusual design that isn't compatible with standard grip types. It also uses AA batteries but needs two instead of one. Unfortunately, its latency is very high, though this shouldn't be noticeable for everyday tasks.