Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Mouse, Multi-Device, Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz with USB Unifying Receiver, 200 To 4000 Dpi Any Surface Laser Tracking, 7-Buttons, Laptop/ PC/ Mac/ iPad OS - Graphite Black
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A power switch on the bottom toggles the mouse on or off, and a small circular button allows you to jump between up to three paired devices. Once you pair with a computer or tablet (the Anywhere 2S works with either Windows or Mac), you can press this button to switch between them on the fly, and three indicator lights above the button tell you which link is currently active. You can connect with either Bluetooth or the included USB adapter, which uses 2.4GHz wireless, for a maximum range of 32 feet. To connect your mouse to your computer press the Easy-Switch™ button for 3 seconds. When it blinks fast it means it's in discoverable mode. TIP: Use Logitech Options to view available gesture sets and assign gestures to the middle button or to other mouse controls.
The LED on top of the mouse turns red to indicate that battery power is low and it’s time to change batteries. The Anywhere 2 can only be adjusted to 1600 DPI maximum, whereas the 2s can go up to 4000 DPI. Plus, the 2S has an estimated 70 days of battery life, whereas the 2 can only managed 60 days, so it’s around 15% better in this regard. Overall, if you can find both of these mice at the same price point (which they are at the time of writing), then I’d advise that you opt for the 2s. It’s the newer model with more battery life and you can make it far more sensitive than the MX Anywhere 2 (even if you don’t use this, it’s nice to have the option!).
One minute of charging gives you enough power for two hours of use. Depending on how you use the mouse, a full charge can last up to 70 days.* The 2s feels a little bit cheaper than the 2, although there’s very little difference between them in all honesty. They’re very similar for the most part. Conclusion
When it comes down to finding a travel mouse, the Anywhere 2 comes very highly recommended. It’s a durable mouse that isn’t as sensitive as other Logitech mice, and it can take a few bumps without you having to worry about it falling apart.I should also mention the other main difference between them is that the 2S can be used with Logitech Flow, which enables you to use it between alternate computers simultaneously. This can come in handy if you have a laptop and a computer you want to connect it with, and it’s great if you work in an office setting. The mouse itself is pretty good. It has multiple computer connection capabilities, and of course, it’s a strong and reliable wireless mouse with a 10m maximum distance for it to work well. Installation of Logitech Options transforms the middle button into a gesture button you can use to trigger gestures that simplify desktop and application management, media control, document viewing, and personalization of common tasks.