I have been a fan of mice for a long time mice gives Logitech.
I migrated to the manufacturer in mid-2008 when I bought an MX Revolution. Less than two years later I moved to Performance MX and it was only in 2015 that she introduced the sensational MX Master.
I have never used a better mouse than the MX Master, but unfortunately I don't have a good experience with it in terms of durability especially with regard to its large side button (which doesn't even look like a button). In these few more than two years since its original release, I've had three different units and, after the last one stopped working, I'm now using an M720 Triathlon (reviewing soon here on the site) while waiting for today's release.
Logitech has just launched the MX Master 2S.
Looking out, the good old MX Master ever. But it comes with a sensor Darkfield 4,000 DPIs (formerly 1,000 DPIs) promising to work on more surfaces and more accurately, fast recharging on a battery that lasts about 70 days (compared to 40 days earlier) and its well-known auto-switching wheel -Fast. But my cheerleader, of course, for all its construction is now more robust too.
The other release of the day MX Anywhere 2S, successor to MX Anywhere 2 that Eduardo Marques reviewed here on the site a few months ago.
It also incorporates the new sensor Darkfield 4,000 DPIs, which is excellent. Like your “big brother,” it can be connected to computers via Bluetooth or via a small IR receiver. Both are recharged by a Micro-USB cable.
These two mice, along with the M720 Triathlon, M590 Multi-Device Silent and M585 Multi-Device, are the first Logitech to incorporate its new feature. Flow.
Compatible with both Macs and PCs (obviously with Logitech Options software installed), it promises to allow transparent control of up to three computers including copy & paste of texts, images and files between them. If it works as they say, really cool.
Logitech's two new products are already available in the international market, in three colors: Graphite (black, standard), Midnight teal (a shade of navy blue) and Light gray (light / gray back). MX Master 2S costs $ 100 and MX Anywhere 2S costs $ 80.
I can't wait to get my hands on the Logitech MX Master 2S to bring you my prints!
via The Verge