It seems like just a few months ago Logitech brought to gamer enthusiasts everywhere the newest must-buy item for a perfect gaming experience, the MX Master Wireless Mouse. The newest addition to the Logitech mouse family was enhanced with some unique features that made him very desirable.
Its qualities included artisan craftsmanship and it is supposed to function with a hand-sculpted precision. The fact that the new mouse could be used on any type of surface, including glass, was also a big plus in the buy column.
Just a few months later, the mobile version of the MX Master Wireless Mouse, the MX Anywhere 2 mouse has been unveiled, but the event was not as glamorous as the unveiling of its older brother. Nonetheless, the newest mouse coming from Logitech is said to bring some of the same features of the MX mouse, but with a few alterations.
Just like its name says, the mouse can be used on any type of stable surface, thanks to its Darkfield laser sensor and the additional scroll wheel which the MX Master featured, was replaced by two multi-functional buttons.
The design of the MX Anywhere is nowhere near as futuristic and as blunt as the one of the MX Master, but instead is smoother, more symmetrical and has a resting nook for the thumb of the right-handed user.
Thanks to its Bluetooth connection and the company`s Unifying dongle, it has no problems being paired with either a Windows or Mac computer device and the mouse can be connected between more than one operating system at once.
The best news is related to the internal rechargeable battery life of the mouse, which can last up to 2 months after it has been fully charged. However, if the user doesn`t have enough time to full charge the mobile mouse, then just a minute of charging can insure a battery life of up to 2 hours.
If you wish to purchase the MX Anywhere 2 mouse, you can do it for just $79.99 and this means that the mobile version can be bought at a lower price than the MX Master, but then again, nowhere in the new mouse`s description is it mentioned the artisan craftsmanship and the hand-sculpted precision, which according to the retailing price should be worth around $20.
If you wish to make those select features of the MX Master mouse a part of your gaming experience it looks like you have to be willing to pay a little extra.
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