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Logitech Anywhere MX Darkfield Laser Mouse - £36.71 (with code) @ Currys & PC World
Logitech Anywhere MX Darkfield Laser Mouse - £36.71 (with code) @ Currys & PC World

Logitech Anywhere MX Darkfield Laser Mouse - £36.71 (with code) @ Currys & PC World

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Use code LOGITECH20 at the basket to get 20% off the price. Includes free delivery.

Lowest price that I've seen this mouse for quite some time. It normally floats around £45-£50.

Product blurb:

There's not much that can stop the Logitech MX Anywhere Wireless Laser Mouse as it offers a cursor moving ability on surfaces that would normally stump a conventiional mouse.

The secret of the MX Anywhere's success is the Darkfield Laser Tracking which grants you precision and control even on tricky surfaces like glass tables.

While the USB receiver gives you total wireless freedom, so you're constrained by cumbersome cables. And, the flexible recharging system means you don't have to worry about power, the MX literally looking after its own power-replenishment.

The Logitech MX Anywhere Wireless Laser Mouse puts you firmly in control effortlessly

General information
Wireless Yes
Optical Laser
Notebook/Desktop Improved for laptops. Compatible with desktop computers
Mac/PC Mac and PC
Required configuration - Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7
- USB port
- CD-ROM drive
- Internet access

Or:

- Mac® computer
- Mac OS® X 10.4 or later
- USB port
- CD-ROM drive
- Internet access
Box contents - Logitech® Anywhere Mouse MX™
- Logitech® Unifying receiver
- Logitech® software CD
- Carrying pouch
- 2 AA batteries
- Quick-start guide
- Tips guide

21 Comments

who would pay that much just for a mouse!! crazyness.

too expensive

I have this mouse. Not bad, but the batteries don't last long. Take note, though, there is no "flexible recharging system" - I don't know where they get that from in the description!

So can I control my neighbours mouse cursor with this? .. lol

SuperFish

I have this mouse. Not bad, but the batteries don't last long. Take note, … I have this mouse. Not bad, but the batteries don't last long. Take note, though, there is no "flexible recharging system" - I don't know where they get that from in the description!


That battery issue, is why I just ordered one of these at work:
logitech.com/en-…759
I'm hoping the fabric surfing design isn't too scratchy on a desk.

have one of these at work, given it when I started about 2 months ago. 8hrs a day still not out of batteries yet! Bit on the heavy side though.

I want this as it works on glass which is great for my glass desk. However its not the desktop version which I may opt for instead...

I have older version, got it for £25 few year ago, still going strong

Babbler

Desktop … Desktop version[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Flogitech-performance-mx-wireless-darkfield-mouse-03357542-pdt.html]http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/logitech-performance-mx-wireless-darkfield-mouse-03357542-pdt.html[/url]



Picked this up for £30 on the bay. Its a good mouse, but the centre mouse button functionality is poor - apparently about 50% of these mice have this problem. Also, you can't set any of the buttons to "Show Desktop". Also, for the money, I'd have wanted a few more buttons to customise.

Nonetheless, the dual scrolling is awesome, and it really does track on glass. Good shape too.

Bought one of these recently for laptop use. Love it, fits perfectly in the hand, weight seems just about right and works on any surface.

Battery life is not spectacular but is only starting to run low after a couple of months on the supplied 2 x Duracell AAs.

The unifying nano receiver can be used to control up to 6 devices, so really useful if you want to hook up a wireless keyboard and you have limited usb availability on your laptop.

This is the best deal I have seen on this anywhere to date, good find.
Edited by: "marktime" 26th Apr 2011

have one of these, there is a slight delay which is annoying when playing 1min chess games, but if you are not doing that it might not matter other than the price

Had the original Logitech Nano mouse and lost the ****er! Good mouse though, both for gaming and work related usage.

Edited by: "Sammy86" 26th Apr 2011

I actually found one surface it doesn't work properly on! any white matte/glossy surface it will not work! So "Anywhere" is not true at all.
Other than that it works flawlessly, glasses etc.
Good mouse and logitech has one the best customer services I've ever seen.

hwangeruk

That battery issue, is why I just ordered one of these at … That battery issue, is why I just ordered one of these at work:http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/mice-pointers/mice/devices/7759I'm hoping the fabric surfing design isn't too scratchy on a desk.


Yes,it does say 2 years of battery life, but the Uniross Hybio's I use last about 2 weeks at most. Maybe my mouse is faulty, I don't know.

awesome mouse, truly works anywhere. i have it and it's well worth the money !

Good price but try v.similar Microsoft Mouse £17.33 blue led also works anywhere

anyone know what the range is like on these? my last logitech had a range of about 2m which is a bit pants

Best mouse I have ever had, at this price its very very good! Voted hot.

I paid more for this before ages ago and it is definitely worth the money. I use it as a replacement for my laptop touchpad. I'm using it now even ^_^

I've not noticed the batteries to run out quick myself, and I'm using Uniross Hybrio batteries. It's annoying when the batteries do run out but I always have a spare pair or rechargable batteries in my laptop bag. A neat little trick with this mouse also is that is can run on just one battery if need be!

Worth every penny!

jimmyblue

Good price but try v.similar … Good price but try v.similar [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fmicrosoft-mobile-4000-wireless-mouse-black-07289221-pdt.html%3Fsrcid%3D867%26xtor%3DAL-89%26istCompanyId%3Dbec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7%26istItemId%3Dmratrap%26istBid%3Dt]Microsoft Mouse[/url] £17.33 blue led also works anywhere




Do these work on glass - just looking it up. I may opt for this desktop combo from MS as it is cheaper and not leftist!
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