I just have a quick comment to pass along to your design engineers. I've just purchased another fine logitech wireless mouse (MX Anywhere 3) and have paired it up for bluetooth use, but there may be occasions when I will need to use the USB connection instead. I notice there's no place to keep this tiny, tiny USB connector other than a pocket, drawer corner, or linty laptop bag flap where it will no doubt be lost. I've seen little USB pockets or null ports on other mice designs that have proven very useful and am disappointed this feature isn't standard for wireless mice. I kindly suggest all wireless mice (mouses?) be designed with some kind of usb null port or some type of built in container to hold its associated USB connector when not in use. The raised area of the mouse under the heel of the hand looks like a great spot for a "USB pocket," particularly if it's that push-and-lock type some USB sticks have so that the top of the connector sits flush with the surface of the mouse but releases out with a push so you can grab the little guy--i think the same concept used for SD card ports.
Thanks for listening. -Beth
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