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Work on any surface with this Logitech wireless mobile mouse. Its Darkfield technology allows flawless tracking on glass, metal and even cloth, and its compact size makes it easy to pack. Enjoy the speedy free-spinning mode of this Logitech wireless mobile mouse for rapid scrolling, or switch to click-to-click mode for more precise work.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Laser Mouse
    • USB wireless receiver

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (490 out of 522)

    Features


    Darkfield Laser Tracking works on virtually every surface, even glass

    This technology creates a micromap of the smallest possible details to allow tracking on shiny surfaces and clear glass (at least 4mm thick).

    Logitech Flow technology

    Seamlessly control up to three computers with one mouse and copy-paste text, images and files between them (Mac and Windows PC only).

    2.4GHz wireless connection

    This mouse connects to your computer using a wireless USB receiver and works up to 33 feet away.

    7 buttons

    Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.

    Maximum of 4000 dpi

    Lets you find the perfect sensitivity.

    Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers

    Works across a wide array of computers.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 522 reviews

    94%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Logitech Continues to Innovate

      Posted
      lambda100
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      I've always thought that the mouse was one of those utilitarian technologies that couldn't be improved upon and that Logitech, being the most dominant player in this market, would not have any incentive to make a better mouse. The Logitech MX Anywhere 2S proved me wrong. From the sculpted design to the weighty feel of the mouse, and right down to the smooth rolling speed of the hyper-fast scroll wheel, it felt very refreshing as if I were holding a mouse for the first time. The mouse is well designed. It is rounded at the palm of the hand like any old mouse, but is more angular along the side edges and the front. Placement of the buttons is very natural. There is the forward/backward thumb buttons on the side, scroll left/scroll right button on the mouse wheel, and a middle gesture button directly below the wheel. All five of these buttons can be customized to your liking to control other content such as adjusting volumes, opening and closing windows, etc. The mouse is powered by a lithium ion polymer which Logitech claims can last up to 70 days on a full charge. I've only had this mouse for a day, so I can neither corroborate nor deny their claim. The amount of battery remaining is indicated by the green led lights when you switch on the mouse. 3 green lights means the battery is fully charged, 2 lights mean it still has 66% charge, 1 light is 33% charge, and a red light means it's time to charge. One of the nice things about this mouse is that you have a choice of how you want to connect it to your computer, either through the unifying receiver or via bluetooth. The mouse is feature rich. To get the most out of the mouse, you need to download the “Logitech Options” software. Once you install the software, you can customize the buttons, make adjustments to pointer speeds, define the direction of the scroll wheel, and seamlessly switch the mouse to up to three different computers with the Logitech Flow technology. The Logitech Flow is pretty awesome and this is one of the features that you're paying for in this premium mouse. This function allows you to seamlessly move the mouse from one computer to another and to copy and paste content from one computer to another with just the click of the mouse (note, you cannot drag and drop). You need to download and install the Logitech Flow software on the two (or three) computers you plan to use with this mouse and follow the on-screen menu that will lead you through the set up process. Once set up is completed, you will be amazed at how easily it is to cut/copy/paste content from one computer to another with the mouse. To get the mouse from one computer screen to the next, you simply move the mouse cursor to the edge of your first computer screen ,and the mouse cursor magically appears on your other computer screen and you could then control the other computer and paste or copy the file onto the second computer. It's a pretty cool feature that Logitech provides to give an option on how to transfer files between two computers. However, both computers need to be on the same network for the Logitech Flow to work. Another cool feature that you're getting with the MX Anywhere 2S is the hyper-fast scrolling function. With a simple press of the wheel, the scroll wheel transforms from a traditional wheel that will click and scroll a few lines at a time to a hyper scroll wheel allowing you to quickly scroll up and down long documents or web pages with a low friction spinning wheel. Other than those two main standout features (1. Logitech Flow and 2. Hyper-fast Scrolling), you pretty much have an advanced functioning mouse with customizable buttons. You also get Logitech's Darkfield high precision tracking sensor which will track on any surface including glass which is useful if you find yourself in situations where you're in need of using the mouse in a less than ideal surface. In summary, Logitech's MX Anywhere 2S is a great choice for anyone seeking a sleek wireless, high performance mouse with bluetooth connectivity needing to transfer files between computers or needing to control up to three computers with a single mouse. There isn't anything negative I can think of about this mouse. You really cannot go wrong. The deciding factor is whether or not you will be needing to use the Logitech Flow or the hyper scrolling features. If you need them, then this mouse should be considered; if not, then Logitech has more basic mice offerings to select from at a lower price point.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Among the best portable mouse

      Posted
      emiliosic
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      Often switch between Mac and Windows laptops, and was looking for a portable, Bluetooth mouse with rechargeable mouse. Then this came along, and it's almost perfect for what I needed, except… This mouse utilizes a newer version of Bluetooth called 'Bluetooth LE' (Also called Bluetooth Smart or simple BLE), which utilizes very little power on itself so batteries last a lot longer, and here's the problem: The Mac I'm using is a mid-2012 that does support Bluetooth 4.0 but for some reason cannot pair with this mouse. For now I'm using the USB adapter that comes with it (USB Unifying Receiver), which, when connected makes the computer see the mouse and similarly connected keyboard like a wired USB device. This way worked perfectly and right away. Another computer I use is a new Windows 10 laptop, which connected right away with Bluetooth, and has no issues, so beware if you plan on using Bluetooth and have a slightly older laptop. The mouse itself works great. Works on clear glass or any other surface. Clicking feels right. Has side buttons and side scrolling on the wheel. What's different is that clicking on the wheel sets it in either step click or free scrolling. There is no middle button when clicking on the wheel; Instead the middle button is behind the wheel and a bit hard to reach (or until I get used to it). The wheel is made of metal with a rubberized center and has a certain quality feeling to it. The mouse is light but has good weight on the back of it, so it feels solid when used. The mouse can connect to three computers simultaneously (when using the Logitech Options driver) or has a button on the back that pressing it switches between the three devices, be either Bluetooth LE or the USB receiver(s). The reconnection on either BLE or USB when switching or powering on is almost instant. Rarely seen a Bluetooth device reconnect so quickly. Mouse can be use while recharging (USB Cable included) and charged completely in about 1 hour. When turning it on, a single light behind the scroll wheel indicates the level of charge (which goes dark after a few seconds). Software driver: The "Logitech Options" software is optional but it offers a very neat trick: It works with Logitech keyboards and/or mouse that supports what they call 'flow': All the computers that use the same mouse and/or keyboard, when used at the same time communicate with each other through this software (and Wi-Fi or Ethernet), which makes the mouse switch computers when crossing a (defined) corner on the screen, literally making them work like a single computer (The connection indicator on the mouse automatically changes to the active computer). Also the clipboard can be set to be shared between them, regardless of running either macOS or Windows. The clipboard is shared over Wi-Fi, and copying either images or text works fine.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Mighty Mouse

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      mikeheel
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      I didn't expect to fall in love with a mouse. But then I met the MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Laser Mouse by Logitech and was smitten. Sure, there are some nits to pick. For one, only the left side has extra control buttons. That's great for those of us who are right-handed, but not as nice for the lefties. Second, it's maybe 3/4 of the size of a traditional desktop mouse; I was actually hoping for closer to 2/3. Third, the included documentation is pretty skimpy and hard for my aging eyes to read. Lastly (and this is about as picky as you can get), the button to switch between different devices is on the bottom, so you have to pick up the mouse to change devices. Ok, we got that out of the way. Now, let's look at the positives. First, this mouse works on any surface. I was using it last night on a clear glass desktop. No problems at all. I was really amazed. Second, the fast-scroll option is cool. You press down the scroll wheel and it locks into another hyper-scroll mode. Press it again, and it's back to normal mode. Third, the software allows you to customize the buttons. In this way, at least the primary controls are ambidextrous. You can also customize swipe controls, which is just pretty neat with a mouse. You activate your swipe controls with the special gesture button on the mouse, just below the wheel. Fourth, battery life is very impressive. A charge supposedly last two months or more. It charges quickly with a micro-USB cable. Fifth, while it may be bigger than I'm used to for a travel mouse, it is very comfortable and easier to use than the other mouse I'd been using for my Surface Pro 4. Last, but certainly not least, you can use the MX 2S concurrently on up three computers as long as they're on the same network and have the free Logitech Flow software installed. Sure, you have to pick it up at first to sync it to the different devices, but after that, you can just go back and forth from one screen to another as if you were using a multiple monitor setup. On top of that, you can copy anything from one computer to another. Mind blown. I love this mouse. It's the kind of forward-looking accessory that makes the laptop or tablet experience that much better. Well done, Logitech!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great portable mouse

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      optimummind
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      I'm a fan of Logitech mouses and this MX Anywhere 2S doesn't disappoint! I like how it's compact, doesn't take up much space, fits inside the palm of your hand naturally and comfortably, and is very light. It is also more low-profile than my main gaming mouse - the Logitech MX1000 laser - which seems to fit me better ergonomically. Setting up the mouse was a pleasant surprise because it was just so easy. I first set up the mouse to my desktop computer by inserting the adapter into a USB slot. Once Windows 10 automatically finished installing the driver, the mouse was immediately ready to go. I then connected the mouse to my laptop next and the process was equally simple and easy. I flipped the mouse around and pressed the button on the bottom of the mouse. The LED light lit up underneath the "2." I then opened up the "Bluetooth & other devices" setting page in Windows 10 and selected the MX Anywhere 2S. The mouse began working immediately. The sensitivity, speed, and accuracy of the mouse is top-notch. With its 4000-dpi spec, it's more accurate and precise than my old MX1000 laser mouse. And I love how it works so well on different surfaces. Having said all this, however, there is one scenario where I wouldn't use this mouse for - PC gaming. And that's because the mouse only has 7 buttons. For the types of games I place, I require more buttons. But for everything else, I like the MX Anywhere 2S better than my Logitech MX1000 laser. I don't normally pack a mouse with my laptop when I go traveling but this mouse is so good, I'm going to be taking this with me. All in all, this is an excellent mouse and I highly recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Great Improvement On an Already Great Mouse

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      cinsteadofak
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      When I purchased my original Logitech Anywhere MX, I was blown away. It was just the right size, and I liked the functionality of the buttons and how the mouse could be used on just about any surface. Thus I was very excited to discover what advances a few years would bring to this mouse, and I was not disappointed. Logitech has done a great job of improving this already great mouse. If you download the Logitech Options program at http://support.logitech.com/en_us/software/options, you can program the functions of the buttons to meet your individual needs. If you install this program on other computers, regardless whether they operate on Windows or Mac, you can use Logitech Flow to move the mouse from one monitor to another for up to three devices. I could copy a file from one device and move it to another. I found this feature to be mind blowing! I was hoping I could use this option on my phone, but there is no Logitech Flow or Options app in the Play Store. As for the claim that this mouse is more accurate on more surfaces than it predecessors, I never had a problem using the original Anywhere MX mouse on multiple surfaces, nor did I experience any problems with MX Anywhere 2S. I did noticed the unifying receiver has shrunk to half its size (see photo), and it is nice to know that you can just use Bluetooth instead. I am most happy with the rechargeable internal battery, which is advertised to last up to 70 days, but I have not owned this mouse long enough to test that claim. I would recommend this mouse to anyone. It works very well, is not bulky, can be configured to suit any need, can be used to share files for up to three computers, can connect to just about any device via Bluetooth (even a phone), has a long-life rechargeable battery, and can be used anywhere. The only things that could be improved is adding a Logitech Flow/Option app, making the power switch on the bottom a little easier to toggle, having a place to store the unifying receiver on the mouse, and including a nice zip-up case, as the previous version did (see photo).

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Fine mouse but advanced features hard to use

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      Drj5j
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      The main reason that I wanted to try out the MX Anywhere 2S mouse was for its Darkfield high-precision tracking, which means that the mouse is supposed to work at 4,000 DPI on any surface, even glass. I found that the mouse does indeed track beautifully on any surface—my couch arm, my knee, and even glass. And not just glass with a solid surface directly underneath, but even a pane of glass suspended in the air several feet off the floor. This is the best-tracking mouse I have ever used. One small drawback, which I was aware of before I got the mouse, was that you cannot store the USB receiver inside of it, like you can with a number of Logitech mice, including the M525 that I have been using. Without such storage, you have to either leaver the receiver in your laptop, where it might be damaged when moving the laptop (this happened to me before), or finding some other place to store the receiver and hope that it does not get lost. I had a pleasant surprise on reading the features of the MX Anywhere 25 that reduced some of my concern about losing or damaging the receiver. It turns out that you have a choice of connecting either with the USB receiver or through Bluetooth. It is nice to have that choice. I found that the mouse worked well either way, and that it was easy to pair the mouse with the Logitech Options software (which must be downloaded from Logitech). I had not used the Logitech Options software before, and found that it was a great way to choose the options for the left/right click, two buttons on the left side of the mouse, the scroll wheel (which also clicks left and right), and a square button on top called the gesture button. The options are basically the same as Logitech software from 20 years ago, but the graphic user interface is much easier to use than navigating through text-based menus. I had not used a gesture button before. The way it works is that you hold it down while moving the mouse forward, backward, left, or right. The default gestures are things like bringing up the Windows menu or task manager or going to the desktop, and the gesture button did work for issuing the commands. I don’t know if I would ever use it, though, as pointing and clicking on the Windows menu, for example, seems just as easy to me. I wish I could assign the key to the gesture button—that could really be useful for things like opening a link in a new tab or window. Alas, that assignment is not possible. A feature I found somewhat odd is that the mouse uses a rechargeable battery. The documentation says that plugging in the mouse to your computer with the provided USB cable for 4 minutes will charge the mouse for one day, and a full charge will last for 70 days. I don’t see the advantage—the two AA batteries in my M525 are supposed to be sufficient for three years’ use. Seems a little gimmicky to me. The feature I was most curious to try was the ability to use the mouse simultaneously with two computers, enabling one to copy text or files from one computer and pasting them to the other. This would be the coolest mouse feature ever, if I could get it to work. But here is what happened. First, it seemed that I would have to use Bluetooth connections for both computers, since you can use either the USB receiver or Bluetooth, and there is only one receiver. From the Logitech Options software (which must be run on bother computers for the dual-control to work) documentation, it looked like the mouse should function just like it does on a dual monitor set-up. That is, moving off the edge of one screen will make the cursor appear on the next screen. The trouble was, as soon as I moved off one screen, the mouse would not work on the other computer until I changed Bluetooth channels by pushing a button on the bottom of the mouse. This made moving back and forth extremely awkward and time-consuming. I got this feature to work, but it seems too cludgy to be useful. Maybe there’s a better way to do this, but if there is the documentation does not explain it well. So, aside from the disappointment of not getting the coolest feature to work well, I was very happy with the performance of the mouse, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who understands its capabilities and limitations.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Oooh....nice

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      LouRevue
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      Seeing as I've been a Logitech user for several years now, I'll try not to be too biased in this review so here goes. First off, as far as peripherals go, I've used numerous Logitech devices over the years for my desktops, Mac, and work/Windows laptops. Almost every single one of them performed great and were only replaced due to accidents or upgrading devices. This mouse is pretty much perfect for me as my on-the-go mouse for either my work or personal laptop. I still have the previous version of this mouse for my work laptop and it's still working great. As with most Logitech devices, the ergonomics of this mouse is pretty spot on. This one, compared to my other mouse, is considerably lower in profile. For me, this might take a little time getting used to but nothing big. It's standard in terms of buttons on this mouse. There aren't any 4th/5th buttons in weird locations on the mouse like with some other ones I've seen. Just left/right buttons, scroll and two thumb buttons. The placement of these buttons is a bit different from my previous mouse so, again, it'll take a bit getting used to but whatev. The buttons are pretty crisp and the Anywhere tracking on this mouse works as intended on pretty much any surface. The receiver for this mouse seems to be a smidge smaller than my other one, not that I'm complaining. Very low profile so it'll be sure to not get snagged on anything in my backpack. Charging cable is included and THANK YOU LOGITECH for putting the charging port in a competent place...IN FRONT where you can charge the mouse and still use it. Unfortunately I don't have any other peripherals to utilize the Unifying receiver feature so I can't really comment on that. Overall, a fantastic mouse that's low profile, ergonomic and reasonably priced.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A very useful input device

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      Greg
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      I got the MX Anywhere 2S mouse as a replacement for a trackball that I was tired of using. I mostly just wanted a wireless mouse, but the advanced tracking claims on this on grabbed my attention, and I was not disappointed. First, though, let me mention two items that were a minor concern for me. The size is a bit small for anyone with larger than average hands, but that’s the case with many things if you have large hands. The second thing is the lack of any instructions. Initial setup and pairing was super simple, but some of the more advanced features seem to warrant some sort of pamphlet explaining what they do and how to provision them. The website was quite a bit of help, but it’s nice to have a hard copy you can refer back to when you need a refresher and don’t feel like going online to look it up. What I truly enjoy is the laser and range on this mouse. I can have my laptop set up on the coffee table while I sit a few feet away on the couch, and the pointer responds as crisply as if it were wired. It doesn’t matter if I’m moving it along a couch cushion, my jeans, my leg, or even my dog’s belly (only once and she thought it was tummy rubs, so don’t go for the torches and pitchforks), it tracks as smoothly as if it were on a mousepad. I already mentioned how effortless the initial pairing is, but I want to reiterate that it truly is “plug and play.” I also enjoyed the ability to copy and paste across multiple computers. This feature does require both computers to be on the same wifi network, and that Logitech’s Options software be installed. The mouse the pairs with each device via the USB dongle, or Bluetooth. Another thing worth mention is that the control wheel switches back and forth from free-spinning to having reference clicks, which is nice if you deal with sites or documents that require you to scroll endlessly to reach the bottom. I’m quite pleased with this mouse and have already recommended it to friends.

      I would recommend this to a friend




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