Reviews and Problems with Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
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You get what you pay for
Michael W., Newegg
5 December 2014
Summary: The price was actually very good and as a backup mouse it still works out. High usage in a work environment could become an issue pretty fast.
Pros: It worked for the first couple of months.
Cons: Whoever refurbished this, should have focused more on quality. After a while the buttons start to jump and one click actually becomes a double or even tripple click. That can have consequences when trying to click away unwanted popups.
Summary: This is the first bad mouse I've ever gotten from Logitech. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come. My replacement is also a Logitech mouse, but a different model where the wheel won't spin. If it doesn't last, then it will be the last Logitech product I'll ever buy.
Pros: Very precise, works on many surfaces that other mouses fail on, and the mouse wheel has two settings, one of which makes it spin freely. Battery life seemed reasonable.
Cons: Failed after less than 6 months. Suddenly, the mouse started double-clicking, and it became useless to me.
Summary: The mouse worked fine on any surface but started making double clicks for a single click after about a year with average home usage. Contacted Logitech and they sent a replacement for the mouse.
Summary: This would be a nice travel mouse were it not for the right click issue (cheap switch, I'd guess). I simply had to retire the one I was using for the desktop and return to a wired USB mouse. I've usually had pretty good luck with Logitech mice, but this one is becoming a liability.
Pros: Nice size for a travel mouse - a little bigger than some, but the larger size works well with my hand. It has a nice feel. Connects and stays connected to three different laptops. Smooth function on laptop.
Cons: This mouse almost works just right. I bought three of these mice, to use with laptops, and all three have problems with intermittent inoperative right click buttons. Each is about a year old, and this problem came up after around 3-4 months. Right click will eventually work, but it's annoying. Th...
Summary: I bought this mouse and it worked great for about a year. Then the mouse started to double click when I pressed the left mouse button. This was extremely annoying. I created a support case with logictech and their tech had me do the standard checks (replace the batteries, reinstall the drivers, try...
Summary: I bought this because I was sick of using a mousepad, and wanted the ability to use a mouse anywhere anytime. Probably a great mouse for laptops, but if you have stuff between the mouse and the receiver, you can forget about it.
Pros: Works on my glass top desk without needing to use a mousepad
Cons: My workstation and the place where I use my mouse are less than 3ft away from each other. The signal has to go through part of my computer case, my wood desk, and a 1/4" glass top. With this setup the signal was terrible! movements were jumping all over the place. I had to use a USB extension cab...
Summary: But most of the time, it just freezes up and I find my self clicking, shaking and tapping the darned thing - and usually it'll start back up again. VERY annoying! I have reinstalled the software several times and gone through the pairing setup. It works beautifully, then repeats it's old bad habits.
Summary: I have numerous Logitech products and have been generally happy with them. Unfortunately, this mouse is not one of them. I'm on my fourth Anywhere Mouse MX. Each one develops problems after about a year. Three of them had issues with the left or right buttons and one had a scroll wheel problem.