Best mouse I have used
I have been using the "MX Anywhere 2S" on my home PC after previously using the original "MX Anywhere" for some time. In between time I have tried numerous Microsoft and Logitech mice, all of which do not compare to the 2S. My partner is getting a 2S for her birthday as I cant continue using her Logitech M590 on her laptop.
It is not a gaming mouse, but for office work you cant go wrong. I use the Unifying received on my home PC and use Bluetooth on my work laptop when I use the laptop at home, switching between the two computers is so simple...
After ten months using it, cannot live without
The mouse works perfectly, the fact it can up to 3 different computer for me is perfect! I use an iMac at work, a MacBook and a Windows TV stick at home, everything works perfectly on Bluetooth. Battery life is good, during the ten months of use (5~7 hours per weekday) I charged it 3 times. Is not the smallest but small enough to be portable and big enough to be comfortable, even after 8 hours of use, and I love the smooth scroll! The software works well, low battery notifications are perfect and buttons function customisation really useful. Highly recommended!
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good mouse for those on the go!!
Solidly built mouse, not the smallest of the portable mouse types but works on any surface, that i've tested, without issue.. good mouse from a trusted brand with a decent battery..
connects via unifying device or bluetooth which is a bonus..
good options to customise the mouse buttons with added software..gesture button gives that extra bit of customisation.. software is clean and easy to use..
no protective case unlike old version.. works whilst being charged also and utilises micro usb.. would've preferred usb c.. but hey..
Overly ambitious bluetooth requirements
Real disappointment for me, but most likely perfect for you.
Brought it home and found that it was not bluetooth-compatible with all (correction: any) of my computers.
Call me ancient, but all my computers were from 2011 or earlier, and were not equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 chips.
This mouse requires Bluetooth 4.0, or it won't pair up.
You'll be spending forever scanning for the device but you'll never find it. Logitech only describes "Bluetooth with low power technology" or whatever. Did not know what that meant. I just know my compute...
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