Logitech’s most advanced mouse now comes in a more compact form for easy mobility. Only a few months after the announcement of the MX Master wireless mouse, Logitech has just introduced the portable MX Anywhere 2. Like its larger sibling, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 features Darkfield laser sensors that track on all surfaces, even glass.
But unlike the Logitech MX Master, the MX Anywhere 2 is small and slim enough to put in pockets to go, well, anywhere. Complementing its greater mobility is the MX Anywhere 2’s dual connectivity, via the included Pico Unifying Receiver and Bluetooth wireless technology. If you’re working off of a Windows or MAC desktop, the receiver provides the means to pair. Everything else? Go Bluetooth.
Many modern mobile users own multiple devices, and the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 makes transitioning as easy as pressing a button. This mouse can pair with up to three devices at a time, and the switch on the underside toggles through them.
Those who want to finetune their Windows or MAC experience can download the free Logitech Options software. Adjust cursor and scrolling speeds, reassign buttons, or create touch gestures to maximize productivity.
The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 can last up to two months on a full charge of its internal battery. No spares required, and a single 1-minute charge is good for two hours of mousing time.
For full specs and a gallery of photos, check the MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse on Logitech’s website. The MX Anywhere 2 will be available sometime this month for $79.99. Hop on over to my YouTube channel, Tech Review Summaries, for a first-look unboxing of the MX Anywhere 2 mouse!