Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Comes to Singapore

Logitech, announced that the highly acclaimed Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse is now available in Singapore. This portable, high-productivity wireless mouse works anywhere you do, with the aim, to deliver the best combination of connectivity, size and comfort.

Featuring advanced technology such as a Darkfield Laser Sensor, that allows it to track on any surface, including glass, as well as a rechargeable battery that lasts up to two months replacing the need for spare batteries, it is a high end mouse with portability in mind. For desperate times, one minute of USB-cord charging gives you up to two hours of usage, with no down time while charging as you can still use the mouse.

On the design front, the MX Anywhere 2 is almost mechanically identical to the old MX Anywhere. It sports the same shape, same button layout, same scroll wheel, and same glass surface tracking. That’s a good thing, since the Logitech MX Anywhere was recognised as one of the better portable mouse.

With dual-connectivity, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse connects to Windows or Mac computers with the included Pico Unifying Receiver or through Bluetooth Smart technology. The ability to pair the MX Anywhere 2 with up to three devices at once could be useful for those with multiple devices. With a touch of the Logitech Easy-Switch button to alternate between each device, it offers freedom and more importantly, ease of use when you want to use the mouse with your desktop, laptop or tablet, whether at home or on the go.

On the software front, you can rely on the useful Logitech Options software to replicate touch gesture controls, reassign button functions and more.

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse is expected to be available from 20 July in Singapore, for a suggested retail price of S$129.00. For more information, please visit www.logitech.com/mxanywhere2.

Sean

Sean is a tech geek and star wars fan. He loves playing with new gadgets, writing little code snippets in Python, JS, and dabbling with Android programming from time to time, while keeping a lookout for the next biggest happening in the world of tech!

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