Logitech - MX Master 2S Wireless Laser Mouse - Graphite
- Model: 910-005131
- SKU: 5870706
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- Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Laser Mouse
- USB wireless receiver
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This technology creates a micromap of the smallest possible details to allow tracking on shiny surfaces and clear glass (at least 4mm thick).
Seamlessly control up to three computers with one mouse and copy-paste text, images and files between them (Mac and Windows PC only).
This mouse connects to your computer using a wireless USB receiver and works up to 33 feet away.
Provide access to frequently used commands and functions for powerful control.
Lets you find the perfect sensitivity.
Works across a wide array of computers.
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Scroll Your Own - Mega Mouse with the Most OptionsJuly 2, 2017
The Logitech MX Master 2S is a premium quality wireless laser mouse with the versatility to satisfy the most demanding applications. LIKES 1- Tracking is exceptional on any surface. I tried a Allsop mousepad (see photo), wood desk, glass, paper & leather. Same precise tracking on all surfaces. 2- This is a large, ergonomically designed mouse & it is very comfortable in my size XXL hand. The mouse is offered for right hand use only. Note the size in my photos compared with the Apple Magic Mouse 2. 3- The extreme flexibility of being able to configure the buttons for your specific needs is a great benefit. 4- The button on top, directly behind the wheel, changes the functionality of the wheel from individual clicks to continuous silent spin. This is very handy for scrolling through large documents quickly. 5- The charging port is on the front of the mouse, enabling operation during charging. 6- Master Power switch on the bottom enables all power off mode, which will greatly save battery life when you are not planning on using it for several days. It also keeps the mouse from waking the computer if your cat decides to bump the mouse in the middle of the night. 7- The gliding surfaces are extremely low friction, so smooth movement with precise control is a breeze. 8- Appearance: The fit and finish are first rate & make a statement: this is a top quality product! The color is ideal & blends with any computer. 9- Connection flexibility using either Logitech Unifying Receiver or Bluetooth adds further versatility. 10- Long Battery Life - Logitech claims 70 days on a full charge. DISLIKES: 1- Wake-up lag for 1/2 second after mouse rests for 10 seconds or more. Once you move the mouse & experience this lag, there is no further delay until the mouse rests again, after which the lag occurs again. This is a major issue & is very frustrating. Mine is Bluetooth connected to the latest Mac Pro desktop operating MacOS Sierra 10.12.5 (latest OS). 2- Forward / Backward buttons above the thumb are small & I press backward when trying to press forward; however this is a very minor issue. 3- Computer selector 1 - 2 - 3 is located on the bottom of the mouse. Because my use of 2) computers requires very frequent switching, I find it easier to keep 2) mice on my desktop, rather than pick up one mouse & switch it from underneath each time I want to switch back and forth. 4- The Right / Left Click buttons are loud, compared with the other Logitech mice I own & the Apple Magic Mouse 2. 5- Battery is non replaceable. When it no longer holds a charge, recycle this mouse & buy a replacement (same with Apple Magic Mouse 2). 6- I prefer a charging cradle to sit this mouse on when not in use, as other Logitech mice & Harmony Remotes include, rather than keeping a charging wire on the desk just to charge it, as needed. SUMMARY: I love the appearance, feel & flexibility of this super versatile mouse! I would rate it 5 stars, were it not for the wake up lag. I will continue to run additional tests & will connect via the Logitech Unifying Receiver. I will post any new developments.
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The Wireless Mouse PerfectedJune 30, 2017
As a writer and researcher, I spend most of my work days in front of two monitors and two computers scrolling through long documents and reports. I previously used a Logitech keyboard/mouse combo - which I loved and didn't think could possibly get any better. That is, until I discovered the MX Master S2. For those who are serious about productivity and multitasking, this is the new pinnacle of wireless mouse technology. PROS: - Easy setup. The mouse connected to both of my Windows computers (one desktop and one laptop) via Bluetooth. The real power of this mouse is in the Logitech Options program (free download on Logitech's website), which allows you customize the buttons, pointer speed, scrolling direction, and so much more. - The Flow feature really surprised me -- I wasn't expecting it to work as well as it does. After installing the Options program on both computers and ensuring that both are on the same network, this mouse has essentially combined both of my machines into one dual-monitor setup. Just like if you had two displays side-by-side, if you move the cursor through the right side of one screen to the other, the cursor passes over to the other computer on the opposite side. You can even copy text and files on one machine, move the cursor over to the other machine, and paste them. There is a slight delay when pasting, especially with large files, but it's so much more convenient than emailing or swapping an external drive. - Incredibly comfortable. The ergonomic shape and thumb rest really make this mouse easy to use for hours on end. It may sound weird, but I actually look forward to holding this mouse because it feels so comfortable. - Possibly my favorite feature: the different scrolling modes used by the center scroll wheel. You can choose from either ratchet (a slight "click" feedback while scrolling) or freespin, which allows you to spin the wheel as fast as you want, and it will keep scrolling until you stop it. Freespin is perfect for when I need to scroll through 300-page reports. - The mouse seems to work on practically any surface. I've tried a wooden desk and even a clear glass desk - both worked flawlessly. - Long battery life. Logitech claims 70 days on a full charge. The battery is rechargeable via USB cable, so you don't have to worry about having spare batteries lying around. CONS: - The forward/back buttons near the thumb area seem just a bit too small. On several occasions, I've accidentally hit the "forward" button when I meant to hit "back." Not a huge deal - I'm sure I will get used to it. OVERALL: For me, the MX Master S2 is the perfect wireless mouse. Anyone who considers themselves a "multitasker" or who works in front of multiple computers should strongly consider this mouse. Even if you're not a power user or multitasker, this mouse still offers incredible battery life, comfort, and customization options. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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Powerful Mouse options appJuly 5, 2017
The Logitech MX Master 2S is a wireless mouse that is a bit pricier but its features set makes it a joy to use for extended time. In addition to being a comfortable mouse with a sensor that works on all surfaces, its Logitech Flow feature lets you copy and paste documents, images, and text from one computer to another, speeding your workflow. The mouse features a stunning 4,000 dpi darkfield sensor that works on all surfaces even clear glass. I used the options control panel for the Logitech mouse to hone in on my perfet settings which produced a mouse that tracked quickly, precisely and smoothly over any surface. The mouse wakes from sleep instantly and gives you a visual battery level via 3 green LEDs on the left side. Speaking of battery life, supposedly you get 70 days but unable to test that but so far using continuously for about 7 days, 4-6 hours a day and all 3 LED still lit. There is a micro-USB port on the front of the mouse to plug in the included USB cable, which lets you recharge while using it. The mouse is connectable by Bluetooth or via USB nano receiver. I connected via the USB nano receiver. The mouse features seven buttons (left, right, center, back, forward, gesture, and scroll mode shift) and two scroll wheels, and they work the same way. Each of the buttons is adjustable for functions including left click, volume control, brightness control, and zoom, among others. You can click the gesture button under your thumb, hold it, and move the mouse up, down, left, or right for additional commands. You can switch the default via the Logitech Options app. I found using the mouse became second nature after tweaking the Logitech Options control panel to adjust the scrolling and mouse behavior to settings that suited me. A button on the bottom of the mouse lets you pair with and switch between a combination of up to three Bluetooth computers or Logitech USB receivers. But when it comes to using the mouse on multiple computers it is smart to install the free Logitech Options software. You install the software on each machine, then set up the Logitech Flow feature. Once installed, you'll be able to switch control between the computers just by moving the cursor between the screens, as long as all devices are on the same Wi-Fi network. Just like if you had two or more displays connected side by side to one PC, if you move the cursor through the right side of one screen to the other, the cursor control will pass to the PC or Mac to the right. Again, as long as all computers are connected on the same network, you can copy text or files from one machine, move the cursor over to another, and paste them. File transfer can take some time if the size is large but much quicker than using a USB drive, relaying over a network drive or emailing it to yourself. The Logitech MX Master 2S is the perfect mouse for anyone who uses multiple computers on the same desk. It is comfortable to use all day, is responsive, seems to have a long battery life with quick charge ability. Connectivity is a snap. The Logitech Flow is a killer app and enables you to become more productive as you copy and paste from one computer to another on the fly.
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My favorite mouseJune 30, 2017
There are relatively few GOOD mice on the market. Most are what I'd call merely adequate - or afterthoughts to pair with a keyboard. The Logitech MX Master 2 is neither of those. It's one of the very rare great mice available to buy today. So to start, the comfort. The hand-sculpted design is pretty much... well, sculpted for your hand. It's got just the right amount of heft, a pleasant feel, and a good texture to it. As if that wasn't enough, there are some oversized teflon pads on the bottom that make it slide right over just about anything you might need it to. Looking at the features, it's got just about whatever you might want. Six buttons, two scroll wheels, support for both 2.4ghz and bluetooth wireless, and an option to plug it into the computer to charge while still using it! And then there's that vertical scroll wheel. Designed to easily and automatically transition between precise ratcheted scrolling and faster smooth scrolling, there really isn't anything else like it on the market. With either a flick of the finger or a tap of a dedicated button below the wheel a mechanical assemblage extends or retracts with a satisfying tactile "clack" that I'll admit sometimes has me scrolling idly just for the novelty factor. Best of all though is the thing's portability. It can support connections with up to three different computers, and has a button that lets you clearly switch to which one you want to use. There's even a feature to let you use it for two computers simultaneously, though I'll admit to having failed to find a good use scenario for that particular bonus yet. This is a mouse that you can set up on your desk at home, bring with you to work, and take on the plane with your laptop so you never have to return to the days when you used the inferior, tiny "travel" mice of yesterday. If there is a downside to be had, all I can offer is that the forward/back buttons are perhaps a little too small and closely spaced. But honestly that hasn't been nearly so much of a problem as I thought it would be when I first got the mouse. If you're like me and are unusually picky about your pointing devices, you owe it to yourself to at least try one of these out!
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Feels like a part of my handJune 30, 2017
I've always used Logitech mice on my work computers and were happy with them, my latest one was Performance Mouse MX and I thought it's the ideal. When I've got this brand new MX Master 2S I realized it's a significant improvement! It feels very nicely in hand, I don't get tired after a whole workday with it. Tracking speed is perfect - mouse reacts to the slightest movement on any surface I've tried it on, including a glass table. Controls: 2 buttons on top for left/right click, wheel between them which acts like a middle button too, in addition to that - wheel has 2 modes - "free fly" is when you spin it - it will continue spinning (and scrolling) until you stop it is very handy for the long documents when you need to scroll fast, and the second mode - is when wheel actually clicks in at stops - letting you scroll just a couple lines at a time for precision scrolling. In the "click mode" - you could still spin the wheel real hard and it will continue spinning until you stop it by hand, and then switch back into the "click" mode. That makes switching between modes very easy. Left side of the mouse had horizontal scroll wheel which is handy while working with the wide documents (drawings, diagrams, large excel sheets), forward/back buttons for the easy browser navigation and an extra "gesture" button just under the thumb - holding that button and moving mouse in a certain direction would be considered as a "gesture" allowing you to have 4 extra actions to assign. For example - holding the gesture button and moving the mouse down - minimize all windows (show desktop). This makes mouse extremely functional! Connections - mouse would work with either PC or Mac and it's capable of using Logitech's Unifying receiver OR just the bluetooth connectivity. If you already have a Logitech keyborad for example - using Unifying receiver technology is a no brainer, but if you don't like a little USB dongle occupying a port on your laptop - bluetooth connectivity works about the same. This mouse is capable of pairing to 3 different receivers and there is a button at the bottom of the mouse to select the computer you need. Software - the new MX Master 2S mouse does not work with the SetPoint software that I used to but requires a brand new "Logitech Options" software to support all functions. You can certainly use it with no software at all - just as a basic mouse with the wheel. Couple negative points: battery inside of the mouse is not user replaceable, so when it dies (when it's unable to hold the charge anymore) - you would be stuck with using your mouse as "corded" or just replace the whole thing. Another minor thing - top buttons of the mouse seem to click real loud. Louder than any other mouse I had before. Overall - it's an ideal choice for me, feels great, allows me to do a lot more than just a regular mouse.
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This mouse is a joy to use.July 4, 2017
I absolutely love this mouse, but it kinda threw me for a loop when I first started using it. I first started using this mouse while I was on a break at work. I didn’t have internet access at the time, so I just hooked up the mouse to my computer via Bluetooth and went to town with it. I did some light graphic design work with it, and I marveled at the smoothness of the side scroll wheel and the comfortable ergonomics (Side note: this mouse is clearly designed for right-handed people. This is fortunate for me, but maybe not so much for you). At first I thought that the thumb pad wasn’t seated properly, but then I discovered that it was in fact another button. After about fifteen minutes of use, I was very impressed with the mouse. I then went home to download the Logitech configuration software to try out flow and to see what options were available for remapping buttons. This is where things got weird. Upon connecting to the internet and downloading the software, my button mapping changed without notice. Suddenly, the side scroll button no longer performed a vertical scroll, it was strictly horizontal. The thumb pad button stopped performing an “alt+tab” application switcher and instead opened Windows 10’s task view (which to be fair, I greatly prefer). After taking some time to re-acclimate myself to the mouse’s new default button mapping, I still love this mouse; but I have some caveats. I’m not loving the top scroll wheel. The side scroll wheel has a wonderful oily smooth feel to it that makes for a very comfortable scroll. The top wheel has a “clicky” feel to it that reminds me of a playing card stuck between bicycle spokes. It isn’t terribly smooth, and if you scroll too fast; it feels like a ball bearing drops into place and the scrolling suddenly accelerates. I suspect that this was designed intentionally as a “feature” and is not a design flaw. I’m not loving it though. Ironically, you can’t remap the side scroll to scroll vertically after downloading the configuration software. This is a shame since (as counterintuitive as it may seem with it being on the side) it was by far the superior scrolling experience. The thumb pad button is a really nice touch, but I don’t like how far up on the button you have to press to trigger a click. I get that this was probably done intentionally to prevent accidental clicks, but it makes pressing the button somewhat difficult. I do love Windows task view though, and I appreciate having a single button to trigger it. The forward and back buttons are awkwardly positioned so that they overlap each other in a “yin / yang” style shape. It’s easy enough to feel along the button to determine where to press, but if you’re working quickly it seems like an unnecessary opportunity for a mis-click. I almost never use these buttons on a mouse, so it doesn’t really impact me all that much. I may still remap these buttons to work as volume control though. The ergonomics are just awesome. This mouse is very comfortable in the hand. I love the larger size of the mouse, but I do have to acknowledge that this diminishes its portability quite a bit. The mouse came with very sparse instructions (a single sticker on the mouse itself illustrating how to turn it on and how to switch between devices). The mouse can pair with up to three devices via Bluetooth or the included USB dongle. Pairing was triggered the moment that I turned the mouse on, and it was largely intuitive. That being said, I do worry some about being able to change out connected devices down the road (i.e. what’s the process for swapping out Bluetooth device number 2 while keeping 1 and 3?). Logitech Flow is far more awesome than I’d expected. I’d thought it was just a nifty way to copy on one computer and paste on another. I had no idea that it integrated so seamlessly. Using Logitech Flow, you can set it up to automatically switch from one computer to another just by going to the edge of the screen. This is great if you want to pair a laptop and desktop together for a pseudo dual monitor display. They also claim that certain keyboards will automatically switch over when your mouse switches from one computer to another. Best of all, this works on both Mac and PC. If your workflow requires that you work on both platforms simultaneously, you no longer have to have two separate sets of mice and keyboards for each computer and you can copy and paste freely between each machine. I really wish I’d had this at work back when I was juggling two machines. All in all, I am VERY impressed with this mouse. If you do any kind of design work, this mouse is a no brainer.
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The Mouse to BeatJune 30, 2017
Having 2 desktops and a couple of laptops, I had used software to extend a mouse to more than one computer in the past but this Logitech MX Master 2S can do a lot more than that. You can actually drag and drop or copy and paste across 2 or 3 computers as long as they are all connected to the same network. It is much more convenient than using a USB drive to copy files between two computers. A very nice touch. After testing it under different scenarios, I am convinced that the only requirement is a somewhat flat surface, be it wood, plastic, granite or glass. Very precise, specially useful if you rely on your mouse for photo editing or drawing. It surely enhances productivity with its easy customizable buttons which can be configured for individual applications if you prefer. Along the years, I've used many ergonomic mice but I feel that this is the most comfortable I have ever had. I wish I could find a keyboard this good. It feels a bit heavy when you lift it but in normal usage, you won't notice because if glides smoothly. With so many features and ease of use, it really impressed me. I looked hard for flaws and you might find some but so far, there isn't anything not to like about it. It is somewhat big for travel but I'd still rather bring it with me than the smaller ones I've had. Pros: 1. Can be used with up to 3 computers simultaneously. 2. Drag-and-drop/copy-and-past functionality across computers 3. Extremely comfortable 4. Precise 5. Works on all surfaces; glass included. 6. Easily customizable buttons with Logitech Options software 7. Button locations are easy to reach and very intuitive 8. Logitech promises the rechargeable battery to lasts over 2 months 9. Battery can be charged with the included USB cable even while using the mouse 10. Bluetooth and Unifying connectivity makes it very flexible Cons 1. Gesture buttons requires some getting used to at first. 2. Heavy if you were carrying it around although if feels very light when in use. 3. Big for travel
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Another great mouse by Logitech!July 4, 2017
I have always been a fan of Logitech mice, having used them since the early 1990's. For the past few years, I have been using the Performance MX mouse and have been very happy with them. I was excited to get the chance to try out the new MX Master 2S. One feature that really appealed to me was the ability to use either Bluetooth or the Unifying receiver. Since I have computers from several computer generations, I was eager to find out how well it really worked. My first try was on a Dell XPS 17" laptop from around 2012. As much as I tried, I was not able to get the Bluetooth to pair up. I spent some time trying and then went to the web to see what was up. I found a site that mentioned that it needed to be "Smart Bluetooth" in order to work. I suppose that in the years since my XPS was built, someone finally figured out how to make Bluetooth smart, so I guess it is OK that it doesn't work with that connection on a five year old laptop (although every other Bluetooth device I have tried has worked on it). Instead, I paired it with my existing Unifying receiver for my older MX mouse and it worked flawlessly. Next I tried a year old HP Spectre 13. I HAD to use Bluetooth since the Spectre only has USB-C ports and I haven't seen a Unifying receiver for USB-C yet. It paired instantly and I was able to be up and working in a matter of seconds. The buttons are very much like the older MX mouse, with the same fast scrolling I have come to expect from every mouse and absolutely hate when I have to use one that doesn't scroll fast enough! The side scroll wheel and the side buttons are a bit different for me, but I am already finding that they are very useful. I use the back button quite a bit on my MX mice and am happy to see it moved down a bit. The gesture function on the lower thumb button is very nice, although I haven't found myself using it much. All of the buttons are changeable using the Options software from the Logitech website, so you can remap any of them to do what you want. I see this as a direct upgrade to the older MX line and am happy that Logitech didn't drastically change it or drop the line altogether as they did with the old Trackman Marble FX and Cordless FX line, just when they got them perfected! Overall, I have no problem recommending this mouse to anyone who wants a high quality device that is completely configurable. As a tool for moving a cursor, I haven't found a better fit for my hand.
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