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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 AMZ Wireless Bluetooth Mouse for Windows and Mac, Black £29.99 @ Amazon (10% off for students)
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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 AMZ Wireless Bluetooth Mouse for Windows and Mac, Black £29.99 @ Amazon (10% off for students)

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Posted 24th Sep

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Product Description
The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse/Bluetooth Mouse for Windows and Mac provides high performance anywhere and everywhere you work, with laser tracking sensor, six customisable buttons and dual Bluetooth Smart technology/USB unifying wireless receiver. The mobile wireless mouse is equipped with a battery that you can quickly charge and that will last up to 2 months when using the mouse 6 hours a day.

Box Contains
Wireless mobile mouse Pico Unifying receiver Micro-USB cable for recharging User documentation

Features & details
Darkfield laser tracking gives you flawless control virtually anywhere, including on glass* and high-gloss surfaces; *4 mm minimum thickness
Crafted to fit your hand; this comfortable portable mouse provides the control you need at home, at work or on the go
The dual connectivity allows you to connect to Windows and Mac via our smallest-ever Pico Unifying receiver (included) or via Bluetooth smart wireless technology
Pair MX Anywhere 2 with up to three devices and easily switch between them at the touch of a button, thanks to Easy-Switch technology
Scroll through long documents or web pages faster and more easily; the precision wheel auto-shifts from click-to-click to hyper-fast scrolling
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Honestly, I don’t know why people who comment ‘I can get lowest priced thing with same base function for £x’ bother to use this site.
I don’t have any notable appreciation of Lego, but despite there being two recent deals on here that I consider exceptionally expensive, I refrain from commenting ‘I can make different shapes for free using my own faeces’ on the basis that I CANNOT BUY THE IDENTICAL LEGO SET FOR CHEAPER ELSEWHERE. Hence, IT IS THEREFORE A DEAL.

Voted hot.
Edited by: "Murgatr0yd" 24th Sep
Proveright24/09/2019 19:01

Wilco also supply a wireless mouse for £6 and £7.


I'm sure they do, but not this one
just beware,
if you need middle click.. this mouse is not for you.
Proveright24/09/2019 10:11

I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco …I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco are clearing stock and they are reduced to £6 each so £29.99 seems expensive to me!


They're different products.

I can buy a car for £500, I can also buy one for £3000. Yes, the £500 might make the £3000 look like a rip off, but the £3000 should be substantially better.
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amazon prime student now offering discounts for students on purchases?
ahotukdeal24/09/2019 08:37

amazon prime student now offering discounts for students on purchases?


They have been for a while actually.

Logitech have had student discounts recently, as have many (if not all?) shoes, and I've seen promotions for books specific to students too.
just beware,
if you need middle click.. this mouse is not for you.
DrLamok24/09/2019 08:47

just beware,if you need middle click.. this mouse is not for you.


Thanks for pointing that out.

I personally need all the buttons so go for gaming mice (mouses?).

Surprised to hear this hasn't got a normal middle click, but after reading reviews, it seems they changed it to change the scroll type (ratchet vs freewheeling).

With the amount of great reviews though, maybe us middle clickers aren't that common? Weird!
I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco are clearing stock and they are reduced to £6 each so £29.99 seems expensive to me!
Proveright24/09/2019 10:11

I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco …I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco are clearing stock and they are reduced to £6 each so £29.99 seems expensive to me!


Depends what you want from a mouse I guess. This has 6 programmable buttons, the option of fast scrolling, and it's designed compactly for travel.
TallYoda24/09/2019 09:01

Surprised to hear this hasn't got a normal middle click, but after reading …Surprised to hear this hasn't got a normal middle click, but after reading reviews, it seems they changed it to change the scroll type (ratchet vs freewheeling).


On Linux, the button behind the scroll wheel defaults to middle click. While this might not be the case for Windows, you can use the Logitech Options software to assign the middle click to that button.

You get used to middle clicking with the lower part of your finger very quickly. It’s not a completely unnatural position; other Logitech mice have a button there, although for different purposes. Strangely, it’s quite easy to switch back and forth between an MX Anywhere and other Logitech mice, without getting muddled up.

It’s good that it comes with a Pico Unifying receiver. When the MX Anywhere 2 was launched, you got the larger Nano receiver in the box.
SusanBaker12324/09/2019 10:22

On Linux, the button behind the scroll wheel defaults to middle click. …On Linux, the button behind the scroll wheel defaults to middle click. While this might not be the case for Windows, you can use the Logitech Options software to assign the middle click to that button. You get used to middle clicking with the lower part of your finger very quickly. It’s not a completely unnatural position; other Logitech mice have a button there, although for different purposes. Strangely, it’s quite easy to switch back and forth between an MX Anywhere and other Logitech mice, without getting muddled up.It’s good that it comes with a Pico Unifying receiver. When the MX Anywhere 2 was launched, you got the larger Nano receiver in the box.


That's a good point actually.

I have the Logitech G502 with left and right movements of my wheel set to undo/redo. Annoyingly, sometimes when I middle click, it zooms in or out of the page too, because I must be slightly pressing left or right (the ctrl from undo/redo mixes with the scroll to zoom). So moving middle click away from the scroll button would actually fix that. Shame I use all my buttons though - not sure where I'd map my existing function from my button below the wheel.
Comes with battery?
Platons24/09/2019 10:44

Comes with battery?


Product description says it's a lithium battery, so looks like it yes.

Someone else with this mouse may be able to confirm.
TallYoda24/09/2019 10:51

Product description says it's a lithium battery, so looks like it yes. …Product description says it's a lithium battery, so looks like it yes. Someone else with this mouse may be able to confirm.


That's correct, it has a built in battery.

The middle click works with the small button below the scroll wheel. Clicking the wheel switches between freewheeling and step scrolling.
Proveright24/09/2019 10:11

I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco …I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco are clearing stock and they are reduced to £6 each so £29.99 seems expensive to me!


They're different products.

I can buy a car for £500, I can also buy one for £3000. Yes, the £500 might make the £3000 look like a rip off, but the £3000 should be substantially better.
I have 2 of these, great mice. They also come with a usb dongle so you can connect via bluetooth or the usb dongle.
Platons24/09/2019 10:44

Comes with battery?


It is rechargeable, so what do you think?
Wilco also supply a wireless mouse for £6 and £7.
Proveright24/09/2019 19:01

Wilco also supply a wireless mouse for £6 and £7.


I'm sure they do, but not this one
DrLamok24/09/2019 08:47

just beware,if you need middle click.. this mouse is not for you.


Whaaaa this doesn't have a middle mouse click?
antsgame24/09/2019 22:15

Whaaaa this doesn't have a middle mouse click?


It's mapped to change the scroll setting. Other buttons can be mapped to replace it. One user above recommended using the button directly below the scroll.
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Got the original mx anywhere still, as I couldn’t get this version to work reliably with my ASUS zenbook. Probably just a driver or software issue, but I still like the plug and play of other mice and just use a rechargeable pair of AAs
Honestly, I don’t know why people who comment ‘I can get lowest priced thing with same base function for £x’ bother to use this site.
I don’t have any notable appreciation of Lego, but despite there being two recent deals on here that I consider exceptionally expensive, I refrain from commenting ‘I can make different shapes for free using my own faeces’ on the basis that I CANNOT BUY THE IDENTICAL LEGO SET FOR CHEAPER ELSEWHERE. Hence, IT IS THEREFORE A DEAL.

Voted hot.
Edited by: "Murgatr0yd" 24th Sep
Thanks for posting @TallYoda we have added this to the Highlights pages
Proveright24/09/2019 10:11

I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco …I recently bought a wireless mouse from Tesco, works perfectly. Tesco are clearing stock and they are reduced to £6 each so £29.99 seems expensive to me!


Wow cheap crap is cheap. Why has nobody mentioned this to me before?
cheaper ones for £7.99 on amazon that work just as well
rborhara24/09/2019 23:27

cheaper ones for £7.99 on amazon that work just as well


Eh, no they don’t.
I use this mouse daily.
It can be paired to 3 devices, that you can then switch between. Using either Bluetooth or the supplied USB unifying adapter. Additionally it lasts a few weeks on the built in rechargeable battery. Which unlike an Apple mouse. You can use while charging.
These are really good, I keep one with my laptop, grab while a decent price.
rborhara24/09/2019 23:27

cheaper ones for £7.99 on amazon that work just as well


Do they though?
rborhara24/09/2019 23:27

cheaper ones for £7.99 on amazon that work just as well


One of us needs to look again.

"Bluetooth" and "wireless" are different product categories when it comes to keyboards and mice. "Wireless" means you need a small dongle to go in one of your USB ports -- which can be in very short supply on laptops these days. Yes, USB hubs are a thing, but they're a physical pain in the neck if you're moving the laptop about. Paying £30 to keep (say) a Surface Pro's one and only USB port free can be well worth it.

Amazon do have bluetooth mice for around £8, but I can't see any with six buttons.
ahotukdeal24/09/2019 08:37

amazon prime student now offering discounts for students on purchases?


Where you been bro?
Shame it's not the MX Master version, would rather have a full size mouse.
This is my favourite mouse of all times.
Amazon says it is 4000DPI one. Can someone who bought it confirm?
Filding25/09/2019 09:50

Amazon says it is 4000DPI one. Can someone who bought it confirm?


I don't own it but the Logitech website itself says:

"Sensor Technology: High-precision Darkfield

Nominal value: 1000 dpi

DPI (minimum and maximum value): 200 dpi to 4000 dpi (can be set in increments of 50 dpi)"
The middle button thing isn't really a problem I find with my older version of this mouse. At least not with most applications and it's most common use as opening a new tab. Like the post above I just the button behind the wheel. If you rely on it for gaming it might be a different story but then you have the other buttons you could use instead which have a more natural position.

And for anyone thinking you can get a mouse "just as good" for a few quid. Just no. Logitech mice are really superb. My current one takes AAA batteries and I use it daily in work. It gets beaten about in the bottom of bags and all sorts. Works good as new and it's years old. The batteries happily last months. I'd never buy outside Logitech again!

Sorely tempted to upgrade to this but it feels like such a waste as there's nothing wrong with the one I have....
toonarmani25/09/2019 08:43

Shame it's not the MX Master version, would rather have a full size mouse.


This is pretty much the travel version of the master.
OFI25/09/2019 10:51

The middle button thing isn't really a problem I find with my older …The middle button thing isn't really a problem I find with my older version of this mouse. At least not with most applications and it's most common use as opening a new tab. Like the post above I just the button behind the wheel. If you rely on it for gaming it might be a different story but then you have the other buttons you could use instead which have a more natural position.And for anyone thinking you can get a mouse "just as good" for a few quid. Just no. Logitech mice are really superb. My current one takes AAA batteries and I use it daily in work. It gets beaten about in the bottom of bags and all sorts. Works good as new and it's years old. The batteries happily last months. I'd never buy outside Logitech again!Sorely tempted to upgrade to this but it feels like such a waste as there's nothing wrong with the one I have....


If i was after a mouse for gaming i wouldn't go for this anyway. I use the MX master and though i love it for work and can game with it i wouldn't have chose it if gaming was my main use.

I don't know what people do with the middle click, i don't think i have ever used it.
DrLamok24/09/2019 08:47

just beware,if you need middle click.. this mouse is not for you.


Thanks mate, that's why I opened the tab. Speaking of tabs... Middle clicking links to open tabs is why it's a must for me to have that functionality. You could remap one of the other buttons for middle click though...
Freescroll is such a nice feature to have.
Edited by: "Random_clicks" 25th Sep
TallYoda24/09/2019 10:31

That's a good point actually. I have the Logitech G502 with left and right …That's a good point actually. I have the Logitech G502 with left and right movements of my wheel set to undo/redo. Annoyingly, sometimes when I middle click, it zooms in or out of the page too, because I must be slightly pressing left or right (the ctrl from undo/redo mixes with the scroll to zoom). So moving middle click away from the scroll button would actually fix that. Shame I use all my buttons though - not sure where I'd map my existing function from my button below the wheel.


You can change the sniper button to have the mouse flip to another set of buttons, so you get nearly twice the amount. Think it's called g mode, can't remember.
Random_clicks25/09/2019 11:49

You can change the sniper button to have the mouse flip to another set of …You can change the sniper button to have the mouse flip to another set of buttons, so you get nearly twice the amount. Think it's called g mode, can't remember.


Yeah, I have considered this too, but I'm not sure I'd remember to switch, and that buttons have two functions. I'll have to try it though and see if I can get used to it.
It can be a hassle doing things a different way and setting everything up but it really pays off putting the effort in to your default profile setup and other software especially on the g502 with all it's buttons. They're bringing out a new mouse btw- the g604, I was waiting for them to reduce the price on the g502 wireless but this could be even better for less money. Already have a g502 wired, brilliant mouse.
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