Logitech is putting an AI button in your mouse... for some reason

Logitech Signature AI Edition M750 mouse in front of an Logitech MX wallpaper
Credit: Logitech

Logitech Signature AI Edition M750 mouse in front of an Logitech MX wallpaper
Credit: Logitech


  • Logitech has unveiled the Signature AI Edition M750, a mouse that literally puts an AI prompt builder at your fingertips
  • The wireless mouse, which features a dedicated AI button, offers up to 24 months of battery life via the Logi Bolt receiver
  • Logi AI Prompt Builder only uses ChatGPT and English, but Logitech hopes to link more AI chatbots in the future

AI seems to be everywhere right now. It's in your OS with Windows 11's Copilot, it's in your smartphones with Galaxy AI or the ASUS ROG Phone 8, and it's even in your MSI monitors that help you cheat in games. Now, Logitech is putting AI right in your mouse, so you can access it with a tap of a button.

It's not going to be the best gaming mouse, but rather, Logitech is attempting to revise its line up of mice with the Signature AI Edition, in an attempt to become the best mouse in general.

In a similar fashion to how Microsoft hopes to sell you Copilot Pro by adding dedicated Copilot keys to keyboards, Logitech is hoping that the Logi AI Prompt Builder is good enough, so you can invest in the mouse with a dedicated AI button. However, the AI Prompt Builder is available to use via the Logi Options+ app, so long as you already have a Logitech peripheral.

Logitech Signature AI Edition mouse with a button that brings up an AI Prompt Builder
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Credit: Logitech

The AI Prompt Builder is powered by ChatGPT, and you can only make requests in English. However, Logitech hopes to link to other chatbots in the future, so you can use the AI Prompt Builder with your favorite AI.

You can already pre-order the Logitech Signature AI Edition M750 wireless mouse on the company's website, with the mouse only launching in the United States and the UK at $49.99 and £54.99 respectively. However, while the AI button may be hit-or-miss depending on your work, the mouse offers a range of other benefits that make it fairly nifty.

The mouse uses a AA battery to power it, and when using the included Logi Bolt USB Receiver, you can get up to 24 months of battery life. Honestly, that's pretty staggering, and even connecting it via Bluetooth can give you 20 months of battery, according to Logitech itself.

While the AI mouse is only fitting for a certain niche right now, it is pretty telling of what we can expect from future peripherals. Logitech recently released the MX Brio webcam with AI sensors within it, and in all honesty, it's pretty impressive. If more peripherals come with useful AI functions, I'm all for it.

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