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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The Anywhere Mouse MX had a great on/off switch which was actually a slide cover which protected the lasers and sensor when closed, and closing this would also turn off the mouse. Mac users, meanwhile, enjoy the extra luxury of gesture support -- most of the multifinger trackpad gestures can be duplicated on the MX Anywhere 2 when holding down an extra key.

Traditional optical mice can struggle to achieve any level of precision on very smooth surfaces since they use the imperfections on the surface to create a map of where they are and what direction they are moving in.theduckofdeath - Tuesday, December 22, 2015 - link It was a great mouse for its size, but far from perfect. Unleash the potential of MX Anywhere 2S by using Logitech Flow™, for the smoothest workflow between computers. As I have mentioned on other post, aside from my main workstation, which is the Y510p, I have another box, a Kohjinsha netbook running DNSCrypt and other stuff tucked somewhere inside a closet.

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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. That is perhaps also the reason why it keeps the Anywhere MX moniker instead of giving the mouse a new name a la the MX Master. The software is simple to use, and the layout is much better than older Logitech software which I found was cluttered. 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. ddriver - Thursday, December 17, 2015 - link Yes, the majority of the issues I've had with logitech products were related to the switches.

The film solution works but it is a clumsy and ugly workaround for a problem which should not exist to begin with. Last year, Logitech came up with upgrades for both, the MX Master as the replacement for M950, and MX Anywhere 2 replacing the M905. Since the MX Anywhere 2 drops the AA compatibility and sports a built-in battery, it has to have built-in battery charging.

Charge quickly and get enough power for a full day of usage in only 3 minutes, with no down time while recharging. Easily switch between three devicesPair up to three computers and switch between them with the touch of a button, thanks to Easy-Switch™ technology. The Anywhere 2S lives up to its name with a compact size and easy multi-device wireless paring, making it a top choice for travel-friendly mice. Following 2009's Logitech Anywhere MX mouse, The MX Anywhere 2 has since been followed up by the MX Anywhere 2S and MX Anywhere 3. Since the new MX 2 is instead equipped with a non-replaceble li-ion battery that on paper will last 2 months when fully charge, the charging capability has become mandatory.

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