Reviews and Problems with Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
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2 weeks ago
Summary: Very pleased with both the performance & extra features of this mouse and unlike the handful of the other brands I've tried over the years it really does work on every surface I have used it on without the need for a mouse pad... Well worth the little bit extra in cost:)
Summary: Good wireless mouse. Does everything I need with no problems. The shape and feel is a bit unusual relative to previous mice I have had. That is not a problem for me, and might be an asset for others.
Summary: The fact that I bought it twice does say it's a decent mouse.
Pros: It's a nicely sized mouse. I have what I consider to be large hands and I don't feel cramped when using this mouse for extended periods of time. The scroll-wheel is also very nice. It's very portable.
Cons: I'm currently on my second one of these. It's been about a year I'd say, so, I can't complain. I am a tad aggressive and I consider myself to be a bit more than casual gamer, playing some fairly click-intensive games at times as well. Frequent gamers will eventually run this into the ground and e...
Excerpt: The Logitech Anywhere mouse works as advertised. Works on all surfaces as well as glass. Easy to set up by just plugging in the receiver into an available USB port. Windows operating system recognizes the device and installs the proper software.
Excerpt: Bought the Logitech MX Anywhere Mouse and found it to be as advertised. And to sweeten the purchase, it was on sale. It was easy to install and it really does function well on any surface that I have tried; no need for the pad anymore.
Summary: I've never had a piece of equipment die so regularly on me, and it's always the same thing, so I guess they just wear out over time.
Pros: These feel real nice, and have good tracking ability. For better or worse, I only use these mice. We have 4 in the house now. I use them with our notebook computers, and our desktops. The batteries last quite a while as long as you remember to turn it off when not in use, and I use rechargables.
Cons: There are two negatives. 1) The wifi connection is somewhat iffy, espectially if line of sight is blocked by the PC being below a desk. I've corrected this by running a USB cable to the top of the desk with the receiver at the end of the cable. 2) The second problem is that these keep on breaking...