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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse £25.85 at Amazon France
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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse £25.85 at Amazon France

£25.85£3934%Amazon France Deals
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Posted 30th Nov 2019

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Cheaper than yesterday's Amazon UK deal, something not quite right here...
Even at the discount it is very expensive for what it is - a mobile laptop mouse. Only 4000dpi at £39 RRP, no thanks. The full sized MX is a nice piece of gear though.
highdon30/11/2019 12:59

Even at the discount it is very expensive for what it is - a mobile laptop …Even at the discount it is very expensive for what it is - a mobile laptop mouse. Only 4000dpi at £39 RRP, no thanks. The full sized MX is a nice piece of gear though.


Any recommendations?

(I really don't think there is much that competes with this below £25.85)
Edited by: "yadiyada" 3rd Dec 2019
highdon30/11/2019 12:59

Even at the discount it is very expensive for what it is - a mobile laptop …Even at the discount it is very expensive for what it is - a mobile laptop mouse. Only 4000dpi at £39 RRP, no thanks. The full sized MX is a nice piece of gear though.


Great! Please feel free to proactively post a deal which you think is better in order to help the HUKDeal community
yadiyada30/11/2019 13:32

Ant recommendations?(I really don't think there is much that competes with …Ant recommendations?(I really don't think there is much that competes with this below £25.85)


My recommendation is this mouse. Whatever problem poster has ignore them.

The mouse is great, and at £25 is a great addition for laptop users. The switching between devices is brilliant too

Forgot to add, the full mx they mentioned is also 4000dpi. Makes no sense to say that then say full mx is better
Edited by: "corrazy" 30th Nov 2019
Whatever grinds your gears. I've used this for a bit and don't find it any better than the generic £10 mouses. At home I use the G700s which cost me about £35. Whenever I don't have the space to pack it, I just use one of the random £5-10 mouses I have knocking about at home.
corrazy30/11/2019 13:49

My recommendation is this mouse. Whatever problem poster has ignore them. …My recommendation is this mouse. Whatever problem poster has ignore them. The mouse is great, and at £25 is a great addition for laptop users. The switching between devices is brilliant tooForgot to add, the full mx they mentioned is also 4000dpi. Makes no sense to say that then say full mx is better


It is better because it's more ergonomic due to the shape on which you can rest your hand comfortably. Something you cannot do with the Anywhere.
highdon30/11/2019 14:19

It is better because it's more ergonomic due to the shape on which you can …It is better because it's more ergonomic due to the shape on which you can rest your hand comfortably. Something you cannot do with the Anywhere.


I mean I get your argument, but its horses for courses. I have the anywhere for work. It's fine and ergonomics arent a problem at all for the 8+ hours of use.

At this price, you get a supremely better made product than generic £10 item and the only difference between this and the master is size. If it had bigger hands 100% I'd probably have looked more towards the master, but having had the mx performance before, felt this was a better option and has proved to be since I've had it.
I also just checked the DPI range on the two models because it didn't sound right to me that they are the same having used both. Anywhere 2 only goes up to 1600dpi and not 4000dpi like the Master does. Which makes it even less value for money.
highdon30/11/2019 14:29

I also just checked the DPI range on the two models because it didn't …I also just checked the DPI range on the two models because it didn't sound right to me that they are the same having used both. Anywhere 2 only goes up to 1600dpi and not 4000dpi like the Master does. Which makes it even less value for money.


Ahh I mistook this for the 2s, screw that I paid £30 for the newer version. Ignore me and look for the 2s if you can find one
Edited by: "corrazy" 30th Nov 2019
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