Dial mouse is inspired by the MX mouse lineup from Logitech, this mouse designed by Ashwin Suresh comes with a side-scrolling wheel. The mouse design looks impressive as it makes it feel comfortable and lightweight.
Dial mouse certainly looks to attract users working with graphic design and video editing profession as it makes it convenient when you scroll through the worksheet or multiple lines of code. A regular mouse may feel clumpy and cumbersome at times, this is where Dial comes into the picture for the design-conscious users. It offers you a lot as it comes with ergonomics, comfort, and utility to its credit.Logitech MX mouse is no doubt amazing given its wireless ability and offering a convincing and impressive package with its design. Though the latest design by Ashwin Suresh transforms the MX mouse into an even slimmer device. This makes it even more attractive and the re-engineered form factor with a scroll wheel at the back makes it even better. This feature is probably designed keeping the creatives and an editor in mind. The perfectly crafted silhouette fits nicely in the palm of the hand and helps users make and create projects with the mouse crafted with a new thumbwheel.Dial, being inspired by the MX mouse from Logitech, stays in line with it as it features a reinvented wheel on the back. You can run your thumb over it to scroll horizontally, usually scrolling and clicking is top-notch in the Dial. It is quick enough to scroll hundreds of lines in a second and also precise enough to stop at each pixel and operate silently. You can fine-tune it to use as a dial with two fingers or the thumb can be used without having to take the palm off the mouse.The Dial mouse is completely customizable with many apps such as Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Chrome, and many more. The Dial has a lot to offer in terms of utility and does stand a chance to match its immaculate design and convenience in use.