Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Mouse Brings in Portability to MX Series

June 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When Logitech launched the MX Master mouse back in March, it definitely hit the spot for being a heavily advanced rig.

But it didn’t suit the taste of those who craved for a handy portable mouse. Now, Logitech is addressing this issue too.

The company has presented the new MX Anywhere 2 mouse, the portable edition of the MX Master Mouse. The Wireless Bluetooth mouse is said to be the most advanced portable mouse they have ever presented.


Along with the handy factor, the new MX addition also manages to get its price tag kept well below its parent mouse.

The MX Anywhere 2 keeps almost all the features present in the bigger counterpart with it. Being excluded in it is the side scroll button that was placed on the sides of MX Master.

Features like the advanced Darkfield Laser Sensor prevail so that you could use it on any surface, even in glasses. The hyper scrolling is also present which lets you perform fast-scrolls without any fell of clicks. It does ensure the click-­to-­click mode when scrolling slowly through the pages.

The contour shaping and the miniature size ensure that it slips into your bags and pouches hassle-free. The rubber design also maintains a longer life for the mouse, which is essential when you have the portable factor.

Connectivity can be established either by means of Bluetooth, or by plugging the Pico Unifying Receiver into your desktops, tablets, or notebooks. It does come along with the pack.

Up to three devices can be paired with the MX Anywhere at a time, which can be switched between using the Logitech Easy-SwitchTM button. Logitech MX Anywhere 2 can connect to both Windows, as well as MAC devices.


Charlotte Johs, global vice president of computer peripherals at Logitech was heard saying that the MX Anywhere 2 was by far the most advanced portable mouse the company has ever come up with, bringing forward ‘the best of connectivity, size and comfort’.

The device is now available in Logitech’s website  for a price of $80, twenty dollars less than the bigger MX.

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