Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX Wireless Mouse: With an ergonomic design, this mouse allows you to enjoy lasting comfort while navigating features on your PC using its 3 programmable buttons and scroll wheel. The included Logitech Unifying receiver lets you wirelessly connect the mouse to your computer.
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This mouse uses a laser to detect movement with accuracy across a variety of surface types, including glass.
This mouse connects to your computer using a Logitech Unifying receiver.
Standard 3-button mouse design
Features a scroll wheel and 3 programmable buttons.
Allows comfortable handling.
Along with a carrying pouch for easy portability.
Compatible with most versions of Windows
Works with most PCs.
Best Buy Customer Reviews
Love this mouse!
Posted by: TerBear1 from: Washington on
After reading the reviews others have posted I am left to wonder whether or not they were actually posting on the correct item.
I purchased this mouse about 6 months ago and I could not be happier. Literally tracks on my skin, clothing, glass, everything I tried it on. The battery life is amazing!!!
For the guy who was talking about the scrolling issue.... press down on the scroll wheel and it will change to a sticky scroll, making navigation a bit simpler.
I can't say enough about this mouse. Honestly. I have extremely small hands and it fits perfectly. I was used to trackball mice before this purchase and was concerned over possibly ending up with carpal tunnel going back to a regular mouse but I have to say... this is no regular mouse. I barely have to move anything to get it to do what I want. I have never had a mouse so responsive.
Anyone who purchases it will love it. I was a bit skeptical over the "anywhere".... you need not be. It really tracks over everything. Thought I might be disappointed and was concerned over the price. It is worth every cent I paid for it and then some!
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Great design, cheap buttons
Posted by: SkyRover from: Omaha, NE on
Left buttons starts to fail after a few months of use (it's already second mouse, not going to buy them anymore) .It occasionally double-clicking when I click only once, very annoying. I opened my first mouse, removed microswitch for the left button to open it - inside of it was a lot of copper dust and I guess that's a reason for double clicking.
20 out of 24 found this review helpful.
About to buy my fourth
Posted by: strongr from: Bossier City La on
A little over priced. I use all of the buttons and like that they are programmable for different programs. I like it enough that I will invest in a new one. I bought the first and the last two were warranty. (because of the left mouse button) I do use mine more than most people would (50 to 60 hours a week mostly with AutoCAD) I did see one other review that mentioned the problem with the left button. The programmable buttons are nice and I set them up differently for AutoCAD and Word... The free wheel function is very useful but the Click-to-click scrolling is what I use most of the time. I bought this because I needed to use it on a glass table and it is nice that it works on any surface. The middle button took a little getting used to. Over all a nice comfortable mouse. I have recommended this to friends with a warning about the left button.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Amazing Scroll Wele
Posted by: from: Ny on
Where do i begin? The mouse is incredibly smooth. One thing that i didn't like was that it registers every little movement but that is easily fixable in windows, all you have to do is lower the sensitivity. It is incredibly precise and that is expected with a $50 mouse. The mouse has a nice heft to it and it looks amazing. There is a small sliding cover for the power button which also protects the sensor.
The scroll wheel is incredibly smooth and it turns with so little effort. The scrolling is also very quick. There are two programmable buttons near your thumb (if yo're right handed.) The drivers installed seconds after i plugged in the receiver and it worked right off the bat. I use windows 7, linux, and mac osx lion and it works fine on both. Not saying that it wont work with other OS's, i just haven't tried them. There is almost too much packaging but i'm not arguing with extra protection.
It shipped 3 days before scheduled, which is also 3 days from the day i placed the order. :D
There aren't many things i would have changed except the price (duh), so this is an incredibly well rounded mouse. I normally don't use ambidextrous mouses (or whatever they're called) since they aren't as comfortable but i must say unless you are gonna be holding the mouse everywhere you go, it should be fine. It also comes with batteries, and a small carrying pouch which is flimsy but its still more than what most other mouses come with.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: MJokc from: Oklahoma City on
I bought two of these mice. One I use with my Vaio S and another with my work computer my MacBook Pro. It works great with both platforms even though the Best Buy specs list it as non mac compatible and so does the Logitech Website. The side of the box says Mac Compatible. This may be something the company wants to clear up as a lot of people shop from their computers and may pass it up for something else.
I do light to moderate gaming on my laptops. The battery life is just fine. It comes with a pouch that fits the moue perfectly and together it sits right in my portfolio briefcase. The unifying adapter is very small and unobtrusive. The mouse has great tracking and no random quirks. The mouse itself is smaller than a MX Pro or G700 and but retains good (not great) ergos and will get the job done until you can get back to your desktop. There's a nice range on this thing too. So if you are hooked up to a TV and your sitting a distance away you can operate everything just fine.
You can leave the unifying adapter in the computer but you wouldn't want to risk it breaking off inside the USB port so depending on how much you pack up your computer and carry it around this is a personal judgement call. I definitely like the size of the unifying adapter its really small. I keep it in my flash drive pouch and I can plug and play with my mouse in less than 10 seconds.
Im giving this a 5 star rating because its just as advertised. Performs better than my friends slightly cheaper Logitech mouse (which is why I bought this one) and its a mouse. If it works and doesn't act screwy then its lived up to its expectations for me.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
OK mouse, a bit squirrelly and overpriced
Posted by: ChrisinMass from: Nashua, NH on
Overall this is an OK mouse, but I think it's overpriced for the value of the mouse. The Darkfield sensor does work better than other sensors in Logitech mice and ever-so-slightly more than Microsoft's Bluetrack on certain surfaces, but does get squirrelly and tracks poorly about 30% of the time.
The forward and back buttons don't work right about 30% of the time as well, which is irksome for this expensive of a mouse. I find that the scroll wheel hasn't been improved much over older Logitech mouse and is still much more imprecise than Microsoft mice, with annoying bounce to it as you roll it to a stop, whether in smooth or click modes.
On the plus side, I do like the customization abilities of the mouse and the software for this is easy to use and works with a Mac well.
I would recommend this for Mac users, but only barely, seeing how many of Microsoft's notebook mice that offer forward and back navigation functions through buttons are no longer compatible with Mountain Lion.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Great - for a short time
Posted by: Ntellya from: Minneapolis, MN on
At the time I purchased this mouse it was over 60.00. I am willing to pay more for a quality item, and that is what I thought I was doing. Initially, I was very happy with this mouse - I would have rated it a 5. It tracks very well over almost any surface. I was able to customize the two buttons on the left side to perform functions while browsing the internet and in Excel. I became so accustomed to these shortcuts that I purchased an additional mouse for work. But....within about 8 months the issues started. A single left click would double click almost all of the time. It would click on and off so much that it was impossible to click and drag anything. And, then it just died completely. I pay more so I don't have to be part of the disposable culture...but it appears that this is a disposable mouse, priced as a permanent mouse.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Awesome Mouse; Only One Issue.
Posted by: Chris from: on
This is the best most comfortable mouse on the planet; however, if you use it under extreme work conditions (design) for a year or more the left button has a tendency to start double or triple clicking with only one click. Basically the left button just will not hold up to extreme use. I probably run about 8 to 10 sets of batteries through one before the left button starts acting up, and a set of batteries usually last about six to nine weeks. At the end of the day the mouse is good enough for me to keep putting up with this problem. I like the mouse so much that I'm on my third or fourth one; that should tell you how good the mouse is; plus, this mouse is the perfect size for both laptop and desk top use. Other than the left button wearing out I can say nothing negative about this mouse. I really hope Logitech fixes this problem, but if not, I at the least hope they keep manufacturing the mouse; I would hat to be without it!
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Works great until it doesn't
Posted by: BobsNickname from: on
Worked great for a couple months. Tracked on glass flawlessly. Then one day it just started to fail in tracking. Changed batteries several times with new ones (also tested batteries in other devices) but no luck. Read about numerous issues with this device and how to correct. Tried them all with minimal success. Discovered that what is more annoying than a mouse that does not work, is one that sort of works. If I move my mouse very, very slowly, I can get it to work about 80%. Biggest issue is with holding down the right click. Seems to constantly drop the click, then pick it up again. Usually results in an entirely unwanted action, followed by swearing and gnashing of teeth.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Posted by: gobluetwo from: on
I travel for work frequently and many hotels seem to have glass tops on their desks these days, rendering a regular mouse useless. This is the answer! It works beautifully on glass tops, so much so that I could hardly believe it. It works on my pant leg, wood, my arm, and just about any other reasonably smooth surface. Wireless signal works well and the battery life seems good. The only thing I wish this mouse had was bluetooth so that the wireless dongle didn't take up a USB slot. Otherwise, it's been great for the couple months I've used it so far. Add in the great sale price (cheaper than Amazon, even including tax) and free shipping and this was a win. I haven't tried the newer model, but well worth the money to get the original version, particularly if it's back on sale for <$30.