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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Thanks to Logitech Darkfield Laser technology, it works on just about any surface -- everything from a glass table to the Formica-style finish of my work desk. Compatibility Details - USB Port or Bluetooth Smart Ready Device | USB Port Windows 7, Windows 8 or higher Mac OS X 10. The reduce in weight kind of throw me off a little bit, but I’m sure it’s just a matter of getting used to.

com and PC Magazine are among the federally registered trademarks of Ziff Davis and may not be used by third parties without explicit permission. That being said, I feel that the quality of the plastic used in old M905 is a bit better than the new one, but only time will tell. The dual connectivity allows you to connect to Windows® and Mac via our smallest-ever Pico Unifyingâ„¢ receiver (included) or via Bluetooth® Smart wireless technology. To me, the only thing that was missing on the original Anywhere MX is that you can’t charge the mouse battery within the mouse itself.I have mainly two criticism that aren’t colour related, and one of them is a bit unnecessary and the other is something that just requires getting used to.

OK… Maybe the colour isn’t as bad as I’m making it out to be, but it kind of bothers me (if you can’t tell) and every time something truly grey or silver is put next to it, the yellowy tint just stands out so much more. The materials don't feel cheap, and it has a nice heft for something so small, even though it's not at all heavy.

It is not required, and if you don’t install it you just can’t customize the buttons, but Logitech has added enough here to make it worthwhile to install. Charge quickly and get enough power for a full day of usage in only 3 minutes, with no down time while recharging. I find myself more productive when I use a mouse, due to the increased accuracy and comfort of using one. I plugged a spare receiver that has been paired to one of the profile of the MX Anywhere 2 and a Logitech K800 wireless keyboard into the box, and have another receiver that has been paired to another profile on the MX Anywhere 2 plugged into my main box.

The button placement is perfect for right handed people (sorry lefties), and there is pretty low friction on most surfaces with the smooth plastic feet. The software is very flexible, so you can make the scroll wheel pushes (or any of the buttons) perform specific functions like pulling up the calculator, raising the volume, or even executing a macro like Control-V to paste. There’s no way to do an accurate battery life test on this like we do with notebooks and smartphones, but so far I’ve charged the mouse when I first purchased it in October.There is no longer a travel pouch included, which would be nice for something that needs to get chucked in a bag. Might have a faulty one, or maybe it isn’t… But it has a weird ever-so-slight yellow tint to it, that reminds me of what old white plastics start to look like after they’ve been left out to rot in the sun for ages. The only thing that you’ll find on the modestly packaged Anywhere MX 2 is the mouse, a microUSB cable, and the pico receiver. I have been very pleased with the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Mouse, and if you are someone who travels, and wants to use a mouse to supplement a trackpad on a notebook, this mouse is likely the travel mouse to beat.

The left side has forward and back buttons just above the thumb rest, while the scroll wheel itself can also be pushed left or right for a variety of uses. Only reviews that feature the label "Verified Review" have been checked to ensure that the author actually used or purchased the product. I bought an MX Anywhere a couple of years ago to pair with another PC and this past year it started exhibiting the same problems you described.

Movement detection technology: Laser, Device interface: RF Wireless+Bluetooth, Movement resolution: 1000 DPI, Buttons type: Pressed buttons, Buttons quantity: 7, Scroll type: Wheel. Last but not least, since you don’t have to shove a pair of AAs inside the mouse, the new MX Anywhere 2 is much more lighter than the M905. I myself have a dedicated office laptop, A Dell Vostro 3660 that I usually leave at the office, a stay-at-home-most-of-the-time mobile workstation Lenovo Y510p, a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet, and a Galaxy S4 smartphone. This includes the Pico receiver and Bluetooth support, but the mouse also comes with a cable (that’s how you charge the battery). He covers the gamut of gadgets and is a notable reviewer of mobile accessories and portable audio products, including headphones and speakers.

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