Reviews and Problems with Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
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Shawn T., Newegg
2 October 2015
Summary: If they really wanted the scroll wheel design and have the center click separate as a button, then they should have centered both a little better so it would be less awkward to center click.
Pros: - It really does work well on pretty much any surface. (bed, rough wood, carpet, etc). - The range seems great for me - Easily unified with the keyboard and other much older non-unifying designed Logitech mouse - thumb buttons are always a +, even if not using it for gaming... works well for medi...
Cons: - I have really mixed feelings about the scroll wheel design. Push on it to release free wheel movement for quicker scrolling... but really, it isn't quicker since you can manually scroll just as quickly and have better control over it. - Since the wheel doesn't have the standard center click, th...
Summary: Even with the issues I still love this mouse. If I don't like how a mouse feels I'll be too annoyed to use it. This one feels like it was made for me and that means almost everything. I registered my second one and now it's double clicking too after 9 months of use.
Pros: As advertised, works on pretty anything. Perfect size and perfect weight (I don't like a mouse that's too light). I don't like a thousand buttons on mice either and this one keeps it simple with just a few. Also, I don't like specific right or left hand mice and this one not one of those.
Cons: As others have stated, this model has issues. The right and left click buttons will either start to double click or fail to work at all eventually. The first one I bought would either cycle power or momentarily lose connection with the receiver pretty much right after I bought it. It was only not...
Summary: I'm very heavy user and first mouse failed after 1 year - problem with double click. Got replacement from Logitec which failed again with the same problem after 1 year. I wonder how you can screw up otherwise excellent product with one part for few cents (micro switch for buttons).
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...
Excerpt: Purchased this after reviewing mid range priced mouse offerings that my local Staples had in stock. Super smooth movement. Excellent controls. Took a little time to get used to the buttons on the side. I hit them accidentally several times during the first week of usage.
Excerpt: This is an amazing mouse - tracking is wonderful! I do not have any issues with the performance whatsoever.However, it is a little small. I would consider this a travel mouse before an everyday mouse. Actually, until I used it for about a week, my hand was cramping every day.