Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse £63.99 Delivered @ eBuyer
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Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse £63.99 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Found 14th Feb
Fantastic price for what is, in my opinion, one of the best productivity mice out there.

I'm currently using the original version, and whilst you may think it's a lot to spend on just a mouse, i'd honestly be lost without it. Super comfortable and runs wirelessly for ages without needing recharged.

This new version is even better, providing 70 days of charge in just 3 minutes!

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Revolutionary Multi-Computer Control

Logitech's flagship mouse is designed for power users and masters of their craft who want to get more done, more efficiently. MX Master 2S packs a punch with Logitech Flow that lets you seamlessly control two computers with one mouse and copy-paste content between them. Combined with other advanced features and a stunning design, it provides exceptional comfort, control, precision and customization.



Effortless Multi-Computer Workflow

Unleash the potential of MX Master 2S by using Logitech Flow, for the smoothest workflow between computers. Move your mouse cursor across up to three computers and even copy/paste text, images and files from one computer to another.



Tracks on Any Surface

A premium mouse deserves the best quality tracking. So we designed the MX Master 2S with a brand new 4000-DPi precision sensor that tracks on virtually any surface, even glass.



Fast Recharging

Plug MX Master 2S into your computer with the micro-USB charging cable and in just 3 minutes, it will be charged up and ready to power you through your entire day. A full charge lasts over 70 days.



Hyper-Efficient Scrolling

Scroll through long documents or web pages faster and easier. The speed-adaptive scroll wheel auto-shifts from click-to-click to hyper-fast scroll. A stroke of the thumb wheel, and you're scrolling side-to-side.



Easy-Switch and Dual Connectivity

Connect MX Master 2S via the included Logitech Unifying Receiver or Bluetooth® low energy technology. Thanks to Logitech Easy-Switch™ technology, pair up to 3 devices and easily switch between them with the touch of a button.



Hand-Sculpted for Comfort

A perfectly sculpted, hand-crafted shape supports your hand and wrist in a comfortable, natural position. Experience fine-motion control and fluid experience with well-positioned buttons and wheels.





General Specifications

  • Warranty Information: 2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
  • System Requirements: Required: Bluetooth low energy technology. Windows® 8 or later. Mac OS X 10.10 or later
  • Package Contents: Mouse. Unifying receiver. Micro-USB cable for recharging. User documentation




Technical specifications

  • Sensor technology: Darkfield high precision
  • Nominal value: 1000 dpi
  • DPI (Minimal and maximal value): 200 to 4000 dpi (can be set in increments of 50 dpi)
  • Battery life: up to 70 days on a single full charge
  • Battery: rechargeable Li-Po (500 mAh) battery.
  • Number of buttons: 7
  • Gesture button: Yes
  • Scroll Wheel: Yes, with auto-shift
  • Standard and Special buttons: Back/Forward and middle click
  • Wireless operating distance: 10m
  • Wireless technology: Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology
  • Optional software: Logitech Options and Logitech Flow
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I just bought the original one cheap. Very good mouse! I'm going to add a bit of weight though if I can as I am picking it up a bit if that makes sense.
an alternative is a Rapoo MT750 i got one from JoyBuy for £16

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deanos12 m ago

an alternative is a Rapoo MT750 i got one from JoyBuy for £16 …an alternative is a Rapoo MT750 i got one from JoyBuy for £16 https://www.joybuy.com/600145533.html


It's £19 and no stock
deanos19 m ago

an alternative is a Rapoo MT750 i got one from JoyBuy for £16 …an alternative is a Rapoo MT750 i got one from JoyBuy for £16 https://www.joybuy.com/600145533.html


Although that is made out of plastic. Bit like one of those fake m3 BMW's the teens have. It has the body kit but no guts.
Edited by: "Daniel42" 14th Feb
I use the anywhere version and its a great mouse however i do miss my middle click, using the button below the wheel just ins't the same.
using mine now , to be honest i didn't think it would be any good, but it actually is very good

1251 reviews on joy buy unless they are all wrong 5.5/6
Edited by: "deanos" 14th Feb
It’s a mouse!!!
thewolf8u1 h, 49 m ago

It’s a mouse!!!



waiting for the Apple mouse myself; wil make this seem like a bargain...
Now being price matched by Amazon!
Is this good to work with a laptop?
Very noisy microswitches on these.
Great mouse but no where to put your usb dongle for when not using Bluetooth or when you simply don't want to (or can't). Due to no place for it (and it being tiny) I've already lost two costing £12 to replace each time!
zakkyb17 m ago

Is this good to work with a laptop?


yeah. One of the best you'll ever use - in my opinion. It just makes things so convenient. The highlights:
Super fast scroll (I'll never buy another mouse without one I think)
Use on any surface
Large enough to give good support to the hand.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 21st Feb
Same price on Amazon now.
Agreed - great mouse.
Commented on a similar deal recently but this mouse is worth the money. Best thing to buy for extended use on a computer, use mine all the time for Illustrator work there isn't any feeling of strain that I would usually get from other generic mouses (mice?)
darkstryder36010 m ago

Commented on a similar deal recently but this mouse is worth the money. …Commented on a similar deal recently but this mouse is worth the money. Best thing to buy for extended use on a computer, use mine all the time for Illustrator work there isn't any feeling of strain that I would usually get from other generic mouses (mice?)


Mouse (animal) - mice
Mouse (hardware) - mouses
Love this mouse.
Yes its bot cheap but its amazing ejatbit can do and it just works.

Mine hasnt been charged for nearly 8 weeks now and it’s still going strong.
I use my MX Mouse for 8 hours a day, five days a week. It needs charging about once every 1-2 months.
solid8 h, 57 m ago

Mouse (animal) - miceMouse (hardware) - mouses


Incorrect - the plural for a hardware mouse is “mouse devices”.
solid10 h, 50 m ago

Nope - I was, in fact, correcthttps://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/mouse


Nah mate, that’s not a trusted source.
nice upgrade on the first - mines worked well for a year now i upgraded from logitech MX Air Rechargeable

you can't beat a good mouse and logitech seem to do well on them and you pay for what you get

i was reeally gutted when my mx air stopped working (charger cradle problem)
I have one of these and in my opinion the left hand side forward and back buttons are a bit finicky.
I've got the original and can't fault it. Paid £70 for it at the time, so this is a decent price for the new one.
StewieEatWorld8 m ago

I've got the original and can't fault it. Paid £70 for it at the time, so …I've got the original and can't fault it. Paid £70 for it at the time, so this is a decent price for the new one.



LOL. The original has so many problems it's unreal. Mine has been replaced countless times lol. Read the negative reviews. Failure rate is shocking on the MX Master. There is also an inherent fault by design with the scroll wheel.
Thanks OP. Considering this as I have two computers on my desk. Great to switch between them with one click (had the mx anywhere before but lost it).

Any 1 knows about a keyboard that does the same? Bluetooth and wireless so you can switch between computers with just a click
fzurro19 m ago

Thanks OP. Considering this as I have two computers on my desk. Great to …Thanks OP. Considering this as I have two computers on my desk. Great to switch between them with one click (had the mx anywhere before but lost it).Any 1 knows about a keyboard that does the same? Bluetooth and wireless so you can switch between computers with just a click


Actually. Found an usb switch that would do the job. Saved me 5 quid
Edited by: "fzurro" 23rd Feb
I've had the original for a fair while now and it's a good mouse. Few comments on this post though;

3 minute charge will last you for 1 day. A 'full charge' which might take an hour or so will last 70 days.

The adaptive scroll wheel on v1 was good until it broke. It no longer has the ratchet on mine which can be a problem as it will will sometimes keep scrolling up and down without my input.
Agree with @Benjibar above, the description is misleading:

"This new version is even better, providing 70 days of charge in just 3 minutes!"

Whereas, in reality:

Amazon - "...you can get enough power for a full day of usage in 3 minutes only; a full charge can last up to 70 days"
eBuyer/Logitech - "...in just 3 minutes, it will be charged up and ready to power you through your entire day. A full charge lasts over 70 days"

Just saying.
so easy to lose the usb receivers, I've lost 2
The MX Master AMZ version is £49.99 for those that prefer the gold theme and not fussed about battery upgrade.

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Edited by: "a3lawy" 23rd Feb
been looking at getting this for a while! Heat added
Is it just the ergonomics that make this mouse worth the money or are there any features that make it a good? Also how does it fair for gaming versus a wired mouse?
coalfield2 h, 35 m ago

Is it just the ergonomics that make this mouse worth the money or are …Is it just the ergonomics that make this mouse worth the money or are there any features that make it a good? Also how does it fair for gaming versus a wired mouse?


The scroll wheel can spin intelligently switch between granular clicks and hyper fastscrolling. It's also got side scroll and a decent other buttons. The software is okay and I use it pretty well for csgo. Other less. Fast paced games will be fine.
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Master_Yoda23rd Feb

LOL. The original has so many problems it's unreal. Mine has been replaced …LOL. The original has so many problems it's unreal. Mine has been replaced countless times lol. Read the negative reviews. Failure rate is shocking on the MX Master. There is also an inherent fault by design with the scroll wheel.


Strange, not had a single problem with mines. Had it 2 and a half years.
StewieEatWorld18 h, 1 m ago

Strange, not had a single problem with mines. Had it 2 and a half years.



Same here, I have a spare i bought cheap also but my currents been in use day in day out for work as a IT pro (so lots of scrolling and clicking) for two-three years. It does pickup oils from the fingers though.
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