A few weeks ago, I was on the hunt for a new mouse to go with my laptop. One stood out because I liked its colour.
The Pop mouse is part of Logitech's studio series. I'm not really a mouse kind of person. I am usually happy going for a cheap wireless one that uses an adapter in a USB slot on my computer. However, I thought I would go down the Bluetooth route once again (I had an arched mouse with my Microsoft Surface over five years ago).
I do not regret shelling out the extra bit of cash. It works a treat. There is no noise when it is clicked and the scroll button is great.
One of the things I was not really interested in when I read up about the mouse before I purchased it is the emoji button. The user can click the button and it works as a hotkey for emojis. You'll need to download the software to make all the adjustments.
If I were to click on the mouse right now, I will have a menu of emojis, GIFs, Kaomojis and symbols literally at my fingertip.
I don't plan to use the software to choose one particular emoji to use. I'm happy with the menu so I can pick and choose at that particular moment. Like now. Let's see what I can do:
There tons to choose from.
Earlier this week, I was admiring the look of the mouse and texted my friend to tell me about it. I explained Logitech's Pop range and noted to him that there was a keyboard that would go with the mouse.
I told him I had no intention of buying the keyboard even though - as I pointed out when I was talking myself out of buying one - it would look cool to be together with the mouse.
Famous. Last. Words.
Twenty-four hours removed from talking about the keyboard, I decided to purchase one. It arrived on Friday afternoon.