Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth or 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse with USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI Any Surface Laser Tracking, PC / Mac / Laptop - Black

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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth or 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse with USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI Any Surface Laser Tracking, PC / Mac / Laptop - Black

Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth or 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse with USB Unifying Receiver, 1000 DPI Any Surface Laser Tracking, PC / Mac / Laptop - Black

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This is an older version of MX Anywhere 2S mouse. This mouse is more popular for travel and its portability. The features are also nice and work well. This is a productivity mouse and great for that work. Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Press and hold the connect button on the mouse until the number you selected starts blinking rapidly. This mouse is pretty easy to set up and configure. You just turn it on, connect via Bluetooth and it allows three different settings, so you can pair this with three different devices at once. The laser points are built into the mouse and are also designed to be very precise and work on all sorts of surfaces including glass. Edit as of June 22, 2021: The mouse is still working perfectly. No issues to speak of and I just got the "critical battery level" message today. I fully charged the battery when I first received it (April 24, 2021), so it has lasted an approximate total of 59 days. This is after having used it nearly every day for up to 10 hours a day. If you don't use your mouse nearly as much, I imagine you will be able to stretch the time between each charge.

I should also mention the other main difference between them is that the 2S can be used with Logitech Flow, which enables you to use it between alternate computers simultaneously. This can come in handy if you have a laptop and a computer you want to connect it with, and it’s great if you work in an office setting. That’s not the yes-or-no answer I was hoping for. It’s not much of an answer at all, in fact, but it’s rather telling that Logitech considers these mice “not optimized for gaming.” We don’t think that categorization shields these mice from criticism. To connect your mouse to your computer press the Easy-Switch™ button for 3 seconds. When it blinks fast it means it's in discoverable mode. Both mice are wireless, and they each come with one of Logitech’s tiny Unifying USB wireless recievers. The dongle isn’t necessary for those with Bluetooth Smart-equipped PCs (better known as Bluetooth 4.0), though: each mouse can connect via Unifying and Bluetooth Smart.There are two ways to tell how much battery life you have left. The first is in the software, there’s a little indicator in the bottom. So, when you open up the Logitech software, you can get an idea of how much battery life is left. This indicator light on the top will flash green when it’s charged, it will flash yellow when it’s running low, it will start flashing red when it’s really low, and when it’s just pretty much dead it will be a solid red. Logitech MX Anywhere 2S With limited DPI adjustments, and no profile or macro support, the MX Master and MX Anywhere 2 don’t seem to have much gaming DNA at first glance. Even so, people will doubtless want to use these mice for play as well as work, so I fired up Counter-Strike: Global Offensive‘s weapons course and ran through its timed challenge a few dozen times to get a feel for these mice’s gaming prowess. I also brought in two dedicated gaming mice—Logitech’s own G502 Proteus Core and EVGA’s Torq X5—for comparison purposes. As with my EVGA Torq review, I turned off any software acceleration settings that I could find, so my results are as much a reflection of the mice’s hardware as I can possibly make it. The design is pretty sleek, it has this matte finish which is really nice in the hand. It’s very comfortable, I don’t know how well that will hold up over time, it does seem like it will get scuffed easily but I haven’t really noticed that yet in my use and travels. Since the MX Master and MX Anywhere 2 are wireless mice, getting them up and running isn’t quite as simple as plugging a cord into a USB port—but it’s close. To start the pairing process, you choose one of the three onboard profiles by pressing the rearmost button on the base of each mouse, at which point the connection LED begins blinking rapidly.

The Anywhere 2 can only be adjusted to 1600 DPI maximum, whereas the 2s can go up to 4000 DPI. Plus, the 2S has an estimated 70 days of battery life, whereas the 2 can only managed 60 days, so it’s around 15% better in this regard. The big, rounded shape of the Master invites a palm grip, though I also found that claw and fingertip-style grips work well. At least for my mitts, it wasn’t difficult to find a comfortable hand position with this mouse. With the MX Anywhere 2, I can conveniently connect the mouse to multiple portable devices without having to re-pair frequently. It is a perfect companion to the multi-device K480 or K810 Bluetooth keyboards. The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 mouse sells for… The highlight of this mouse is indeed the software. Through this, you can customize each of the buttons on the mouse to do a different function. The gesture button, for example, can be assigned to perform a change in the pointer speed or even opening a specific app.Battery life remains exceptional, with a promise of up to 70 days on a charge and up to three hours of use from 60 seconds on the charging cord. You can still connect to three different devices, and the mouse is compatible with just about every OS, including macOS 11 or later, Windows 10 and 11, Linux, ChromeOS, iPadOS 14 or later, and Android 9.0 or later. One unexpected discovery was a sharp, unfinished edge or corner between the rubberized palm grip and the gold plastic right behind the thumb buttons, which caught and abraded the webbing between my thumb and palm when I gripped the mouse. This might be a fit-and-finish issue with my particular Master, and the edge did seem to dull with time, but it wasn’t the kind of feeling that I was expecting from the Master’s generally rounded and inviting shape. The gesture button is a nice idea in theory, but holding down the button and moving the mouse doesn’t always trigger the desired action. I sometimes brought up the Alt+Tab switcher when I meant to do something else, apparently because the mouse or software didn’t sense my movement. Maximizing and restoring windows by moving the mouse up was an especially hit-or-miss gesture for some reason. Mac gestures like desktop switching also didn’t work reliably. I’m not sure why this is, but it’s an idea that needs refinement. Building and editing workflows is simple and intuitive, and you can export and import actions to share them across devices. Using a Smart Action does disable the normal function of the button it's assigned to, but actions are easily toggled or enabled and disabled within Options+. Smart Actions will also be compatible with other Logitech devices that use the software. It’s difficult to really compare the mice too much because they’re actually exactly the same weight and exactly the same dimensions too. The 2s is the newer of the two, and there are a few areas where it’s a noticeable improvement on the 2. The scroll wheel on the 2s isn’t as good as the MX Anywhere 3, which has a dual scroll (great for Excel and other editing work).

Before we look at the MX Master and MX Anywhere 2, a couple of notes: everybody’s hands are different, and my impressions may not match your own. It’s probably a good idea to go get some hand time with these mice before buying, or to buy them from an online retailer with a solid return policy. Indeed, my impressions of these mice changed over time, and for the better. Maybe, you’ll hear a lot of complaints that this mouse doesn’t really hold up over time. It starts to have mechanical issues, software issues, connection issues, and so on. So, in my use, I didn’t encounter any troubles. Logitech MX Anywhere 2S NOTE: If you can't locate Devices and Printers, set the Control Panel to View by: Small icons. You should then be able to see all Control Panel items.The mouse is charged via the micro-USB port at the front and supposedly holds a charge for up to 70 days. You can get a full day’s charge from just a four-minute charging session. SOFTWARE: Logitech MX Anywhere 2 The LED on top of the mouse turns red to indicate that battery power is low and it’s time to change batteries.



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