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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 AMZ Wireless Bluetooth Mouse for Windows and Mac, Black for £29.99 (Student Prime for £26.99) Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 AMZ Wireless Bluetooth Mouse for Windows and Mac, Black for £29.99 (Student Prime for £26.99) Delivered @ Amazon UK

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Posted 19th Aug

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Product Description
3281096.jpgThe 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.
3281096.jpgThe 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.
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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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I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small
guy_good19/08/2019 07:44

I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx …I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small


Same opinion. Tried both and I found this a little too small for me. The MX master is very comfortable (for me anyway) and I actually bought spare one during sale in case it breaks. (My first one still going strong after 3 years of daily use)

For those interested in the master it's not bad price now at £50 if you need one quickly, however if you can wait it can be as low as around £37:
amazon.co.uk/Log…1-2

Voted hot for this deal as its a decent price if you prefer the MX Anywhere
kyeung19/08/2019 08:21

Same opinion. Tried both and I found this a little too small for me.


I have this one and like the small size, in spite of having very large hands. One thing to watch out for (presumably applies to the Master as well) is that "middle click" is the button under the wheel, rather than the wheel itself like on a normal mouse. Not a huge issue, but if you use middle click a lot you might find you struggle with it for a while. Clicking the wheel swaps between smooth scroll and jump/click scrolling, and can't be reassigned in the control software.
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I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small
guy_good19/08/2019 07:44

I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx …I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small


Same opinion. Tried both and I found this a little too small for me. The MX master is very comfortable (for me anyway) and I actually bought spare one during sale in case it breaks. (My first one still going strong after 3 years of daily use)

For those interested in the master it's not bad price now at £50 if you need one quickly, however if you can wait it can be as low as around £37:
amazon.co.uk/Log…1-2

Voted hot for this deal as its a decent price if you prefer the MX Anywhere
kyeung19/08/2019 08:21

Same opinion. Tried both and I found this a little too small for me.


I have this one and like the small size, in spite of having very large hands. One thing to watch out for (presumably applies to the Master as well) is that "middle click" is the button under the wheel, rather than the wheel itself like on a normal mouse. Not a huge issue, but if you use middle click a lot you might find you struggle with it for a while. Clicking the wheel swaps between smooth scroll and jump/click scrolling, and can't be reassigned in the control software.
Cant think of a better mouse for day to day use. Excellent price and a great post OP.
I have relatively small hands and this mouse is perfect! I have one for home and one for work with different key bindings. At home I use it for music and it's perfect, I use the buttons to play/pause a song, volume up, volume down, next track, previous track all using the mouse, very handy!
Dodge6219/08/2019 08:41

I have this one and like the small size, in spite of having very large …I have this one and like the small size, in spite of having very large hands. One thing to watch out for (presumably applies to the Master as well) is that "middle click" is the button under the wheel, rather than the wheel itself like on a normal mouse. Not a huge issue, but if you use middle click a lot you might find you struggle with it for a while. Clicking the wheel swaps between smooth scroll and jump/click scrolling, and can't be reassigned in the control software.


The middle button under the scroll wheel on the master just toggles between free scroll and clicky scroll, scroll wheel itself is still middle button. Would have thought it would be the same on this.
Turner85519/08/2019 09:43

The middle button under the scroll wheel on the master just toggles …The middle button under the scroll wheel on the master just toggles between free scroll and clicky scroll, scroll wheel itself is still middle button. Would have thought it would be the same on this.


That's interesting. No, definitely the other way round on the MX Anywhere 2.
kyeung19/08/2019 08:21

The MX master is ... not bad price now at £50 …The MX master is ... not bad price now at £50 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Master-Wireless-Bluetooth-Windows/dp/B0761YL588/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=logitech+mx+master&qid=1566198917&s=computers&sr=1-2


Or £1 cheaper with a free wireless keyboard! Though why you'd want a keyboard with integrated mouse pad AND a separate mouse is slightly beyond me. If it was the K380 compact keyboard I might have been tempted.
Fantastic deal. Been using the previous version of the MX Anywhere for years. I have gotten through a few in the last decade and more though as the left click develops a double clicking problem over time. Logitech have always been very good at replacing. My current one just died and I've been using it since 2013 so I'm going to finally upgrade.
I tried both the MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S about a month ago at Prime Day, found the Master was just too big for me - a slight stretch when reaching for the scroll wheel was a bit uncomfortable in normal use. To contrast the MX Anywhere 2 was just too small, more a mobile mouse than one to use every day. I must say that the accuracy on both was great due to the drastically increased DPI.

I ended up returning both and buying a Logitech M720 instead, really happy with it... it's more of a direct successor to the M705 I was replacing.
Got both, MXM2s and the MXA2s, best mice you can buy for the money and the features, especially the multi flow software!

If anyone grabs one, well worth downloading the latest firmware and Logitech Options software, July 2019 version, as got a bit smoother and quicker with the updates in it

Latest version here:
download01.logi.com/web…exe
Bought two of these about 6 months ago on promotion from Amazon .
Neither mouse now holds the charge for more than 24 hours so they are useless because they are jittery when the battery is low.
Edited by: "Fano" 19th Aug
I have two of these... One for my work laptop PC, as I don't need a dongle, and it works perfectly with my Samsung phones and my Mac mini. I got it slightly cheaper on prime day.. but great product and great price
Great mouse, but only problem for me has been it wont connect to my imac via bluetooth.
guy_good19/08/2019 07:44

I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx …I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small


I would second that. A lot more comfortable in the hand.
I tried that one and the more expensive too, both crap... You do better buying a £7 tecknet one every year as they will break in one year, which is ok for the price... They are very ergonomic, light and work pretty well... If you want good mouses you should go for cabled ones...
Fano19/08/2019 14:47

Bought two of these about 6 months ago on promotion from Amazon .Neither …Bought two of these about 6 months ago on promotion from Amazon .Neither mouse now holds the charge for more than 24 hours so they are useless because they are jittery when the battery is low.


That's odd, mine lasts for weeks, maybe months. Are you using it on Bluetooth (as I am) or with the wifi dongle?
I have one and highly recommend as it has a 3 way select to use on multiple laptop/tablet/ph
This is my everyday mouse at work. I travel a bit so the small size is a great benefit. The battery lasts a long time, and in general the mouse is great to use.
Felipe.Lopes19/08/2019 16:29

I tried that one and the more expensive too, both crap... You do better …I tried that one and the more expensive too, both crap... You do better buying a £7 tecknet one every year as they will break in one year, which is ok for the price... They are very ergonomic, light and work pretty well... If you want good mouses you should go for cabled ones...


What the hell are you doing to the poor things?
guy_good19/08/2019 07:44

I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx …I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small


Can anyone recommend an ideal/matching keyboard for the MX Master?
tygar219/08/2019 17:35

Can anyone recommend an ideal/matching keyboard for the MX Master?


I use it with a FNATIC miniStreak.
Ultima287619/08/2019 18:17

I use it with a FNATIC miniStreak.


Sorry, I should have been clearer. Looking for a wireless setup.
straggler4219/08/2019 11:25

Fantastic deal. Been using the previous version of the MX Anywhere for …Fantastic deal. Been using the previous version of the MX Anywhere for years. I have gotten through a few in the last decade and more though as the left click develops a double clicking problem over time. Logitech have always been very good at replacing. My current one just died and I've been using it since 2013 so I'm going to finally upgrade.


Blasted double left click.
Tell me about it.

Shame they ditched the AA battery route.
Use rechargeables and if you ever get caught short, borrow a disposable battery from the meeting room overhead projector's remote control.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 19th Aug
Get this mouse, it's amazing.
Is there a left handed or at least non handed version?
guy_good19/08/2019 07:44

I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx …I have this at work and mx master at home. I would suggest getting mx master on discount, as its bigger and more ergonomic. While this isnt bad, its pretty small



Agree with this. The MX master is fantastic and have used it for 4-5 years now. I continue to be surprised how small the majority of new mice are these days. Still i bauked at £50 for a mouse but like anything of quality, once you experience it you dont trade down any longer. I didn't realise this model was smaller, so thanks for that as i wont bother!
straggler4219/08/2019 11:25

Fantastic deal. Been using the previous version of the MX Anywhere for …Fantastic deal. Been using the previous version of the MX Anywhere for years. I have gotten through a few in the last decade and more though as the left click develops a double clicking problem over time. Logitech have always been very good at replacing. My current one just died and I've been using it since 2013 so I'm going to finally upgrade.


How did you get a replacement ?
My 2 mice dont hold the charge anymore ,less than a year old so under warranty.
Dodge6219/08/2019 16:41

That's odd, mine lasts for weeks, maybe months. Are you using it on …That's odd, mine lasts for weeks, maybe months. Are you using it on Bluetooth (as I am) or with the wifi dongle?


They lasted for a few months initially ,then suddenly they would only last a few days .
It sounds like the battery has come loose inside them ,a rattle sound.
I'm using the MX Master now instead.
Edited by: "Fano" 19th Aug
At this price I had to pull the trigger. I will flip my old MX anywhere online to cover most of the cost. The extra student discount is appreciated!
Edited by: "silk186" 19th Aug
Got it for £21.99 (£5 off for installing Amazon app on phone for new accounts).
Fano19/08/2019 21:16

How did you get a replacement ?My 2 mice dont hold the charge anymore …How did you get a replacement ?My 2 mice dont hold the charge anymore ,less than a year old so under warranty.


Contact Logitech directly. They were ever so good. Replaced mine well outside of warranty. The first time they accidentally sent two as I had to speak to two different advisors. When I asked what to do with the space the customer service rep said "give it someone you like". All the reps I spoke to were European with English not their first language.

This is going back quite a few years though. I got one further replacement meaning I've gone through a total of four original MX Anywheres. The final one has just recently developed the left click fault. Probably took longer as I'm not studying any more.
straggler4219/08/2019 23:03

Contact Logitech directly. They were ever so good. Replaced mine well …Contact Logitech directly. They were ever so good. Replaced mine well outside of warranty. The first time they accidentally sent two as I had to speak to two different advisors. When I asked what to do with the space the customer service rep said "give it someone you like". All the reps I spoke to were European with English not their first language.This is going back quite a few years though. I got one further replacement meaning I've gone through a total of four original MX Anywheres. The final one has just recently developed the left click fault. Probably took longer as I'm not studying any more.


Thanks ,I will contact them so ,
Will I have to post the faulty ones back to them first ?
ramper77719/08/2019 08:50

Cant think of a better mouse for day to day use. Excellent price and a …Cant think of a better mouse for day to day use. Excellent price and a great post OP.


I can, I'm left handed and this is a creation from hell
Can you sync it with the k380 so when you press a new device on the keyboard the mouse automatically pairs like the keyboard?
Dodge6219/08/2019 08:41

I have this one and like the small size, in spite of having very large …I have this one and like the small size, in spite of having very large hands. One thing to watch out for (presumably applies to the Master as well) is that "middle click" is the button under the wheel, rather than the wheel itself like on a normal mouse. Not a huge issue, but if you use middle click a lot you might find you struggle with it for a while. Clicking the wheel swaps between smooth scroll and jump/click scrolling, and can't be reassigned in the control software.


Same here, I bought both on last years black Friday and find myself nearly exclusively using this at work and mobile. Again, large bloke hands, but it's very comfortable. The MX Master is on my desk and is fine, but nothing wrong at all with this as your only mouse.
I bought one in April when it was down to this price.

It is maybe a tad smaller than i'd like, but i've been using it for months now and haven't had any real problems with comfort. The mouse is nicely weighted and smooth, which makes small, accurate movements much easier.

Battery life has been good. I've charged it two or three times since I got it, which includes the initial first charge, so it's lasted quite some time. It's not as long as some of the other wireless mice that i've owned, but this one is rechargeable by cable so it saves me buying batteries every time it dies, which is a small price to pay for a slightly decreased battery life.

The two buttons on the side are maybe a wee bit too small. I use mine for work, but it's probably better suited for a travel mouse due to it's size.

I'd give it a solid 7.5/10 though
I have bought this and I plan to try Samsung dex with my phone. I may buy a bt keyboard, the dex pads are a bit pricey.
Edited by: "repox" 20th Aug
Darius19/08/2019 15:27

Great mouse, but only problem for me has been it wont connect to my imac …Great mouse, but only problem for me has been it wont connect to my imac via bluetooth.



Strange, works fine with my Macbook Pro.
Bought the MX Master in April and now this one, both with additional 10% off, thanks Brutes old bean for both deals.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 20th Aug
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