Logitech launches the MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse

Logitech launches the MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse

Logitech has released a new wireless mouse under the MX Anywhere 2 brand name. The mouse measures 34.4 x 61.6 x 100.3 mm, weighs 106 grams and offers an ergonomic design with rubber elements that provide a better grip.

The new MX Anywhere 2 mouse offers several very interesting technologies. First, Logitech claims the 400-1600 dpi Darkfield laser mouse sensor works on all kinds of surfaces including glass and high-gloss surfaces. The mouse also has a dual wireless connection, which allows it to connect to Windows and Mac computers at the same time thanks to the integrated smallest-to-this-date Pico Unifying receiver or via Bluetooth technology. The innovative design of the mouse is also a reason for Logitech to claim that you will not feel any fatigue while using the mouse. Moreover the MX Anywhere 2 offers a hyper fast scrolling function and the opportunity to pair up to three devices to the mouse and switch between them with the touch of a button. Finally you get a powerful rechargeable Li-Po 500 mAh battery – just plug it in for a minute and you will get an hour of usage while a full charge lasts for up to 2 months. How does this sound?

The MX Anywhere 2 comes with a 1-year warranty and sells for USD 80.

Source: Logitech

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