Logitech Goes Mobile With New MX Mouse

Written by Martin Kovacs     03/08/2015 | 13:01 | Category: ACCESSORIES

Logitech is bringing its MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse, equipped with an advanced Darkfield laser sensor, to the Australian market.

Logitech Goes Mobile With New MX MouseLogitech states the compact and countered MX Anywhere 2's Darkfield sensor "tracks on any surface", including glass, providing for versatility and portability.

The MX Anywhere 2 connects to Windows or Mac computers via an included Pico unifying receiver or Bluetooth Smart technology. It can be paired with up to three devices at once, with the Logitech Easy-Switch button allowing users to switch between each device, and can be customised using Logitech Options software to replicate touch gesture controls on Mac computers.

The scroll wheel on the MX Anywhere 2 is equipped with hyper-fast scrolling, while click-to-click mode provides for more precise navigation.

The MX Anywhere 2's rechargeable battery lasts up to two months, while one minute of USB-cord charging provides up to two hours of usage.

"The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse is our mobile version of the award-winning MX Master Wireless Mouse, and delivers the best combination of connectivity, size and comfort," Kit Williams, Logitech ANZ mice and keyboards senior product manager, stated.

"It is designed to work wherever you do, and it's by far the most versatile portable mouse that we offer today."

Logitech states the MX Anywhere 2 is expected to be available from August, carrying a suggested retail price of $129.95.