Logitech MX Anywhere 3 Wireless Compact Mouse - Black
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- Low profile design with silicon grips on the sides is ambidextrous and has contours to fit the shape of your hand
- Programmable buttons can be customised for app specific functions
- Pre-defined profiles offer enhanced control with programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and more
- 4000 DPI sensor with Darkfield tracking technology tracks movement on various surfaces including glass with increased speed and accuracy
- MagSpeed scrolling technology lets you scroll 1000 lines at a time and switch between ratchet and hyper-fast modes
- Rechargeable mouse with battery life indicator lasts up to 1680 hours on a full charge and a quick 1 minute charge provides up to 3 hours of use
- Multi-device technology can pair with up to 3 devices and lets you switch between them at the touch of a button
- Bluetooth connectivity with nano receiver has a wireless range of up to 10m
- Compact size is travel friendly for on-the-go portability
- Robust build is durable to sustain drops, bumps, and other impact
- Compatible with Windows 10, 11 or later, Linux, Chrome OS, macOS, iPadOS, Android
- MX Anywhere 3 Mouse
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- Lived up to all of my expectations.- September 20, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] _____ *Pros: -Light, compact, and easy to find space for it inside any bag. -Very ergonomic and comfortable design. -Very responsive buttons with a perfect level of clickity-ness. -Excellent scroll wheel. -Logitech Flow actually works well and seamlessly. -LONG battery life. -Charges up via USB-C. -The Logitech Options app is intuitive to navigate and set up custom keyboard shortcuts. _____ *Neutral: -It's a bit heavier than my MX Anywhere 2S. _____ *Cons: -None I've been a big fan of the Logitech MX Anywhere series for years and the MX Anywhere 3 met all of my expectations. I liked the previous-generation MX Anywhere 2S so much, we have two in the household - one for myself (black) and one for the wifey (white). The build quality and fit-and-finish of the Anywhere 3 is excellent. As you run your finger across the contours of the mouse and between the seams, it feels really nice and flows very well. There are no harsh edges and no part of the mouse puts any strain or annoying pressure on your hands. The buttons are clickity, responsive, and predictable. The scroll wheel, which has been updated from the Anywhere 2S, not only rotates with more precision and fluidity but it also looks better cosmetically. The Anywhere 3 also excels in the everyday point, drag, and click operations. As expected from Logitech who's been in this business for years, everything was top-notch - accurate pointing, smooth gliding, no erratic jumpiness or lags, and overall smooth performance. Hardware-wise, the only slight negative is the increased weight. It's still lighter than most other computer mice with a similar feature set, but the difference was immediately noticeable when gliding it across my mousepad and when picking it up. To get the most out of the mouse, you have to install the Logitech Options app, which will open up fine-tuning options (pointer speed, smooth scrolling, scroll force, SmartShift sensitivity, etc), custom button shortcut configurations, and the ability to enable Flow. After ignoring Flow for the first year of owning my MX Anywhere 2S (thought it was just a gimmick), I tried it last year and it was great. With my wifey's laptop and mine side-by-side, I was easily able to jump my mouse cursor from one PC to another in a seamless fashion. I don't use it very often but it's great to have when certain scenarios call for it. Overall, I'm quite happy and satisfied with the MX Anywhere 3. The improvements from the MX Anywhere 2S to the 3 isn't huge and mostly subtle. The Anywhere 3 looks a bit better, feels a bit more comfortable, and the battery life is longer. If your Anywhere 2S is still holding a decent charge and everything works well, then you can probably skip the Anywhere 3. But if you're looking for a light, portable, and very ergonomic mouse with a fabulous battery endurance, then the MX Anywhere 3 should be on the top of your list.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Another great mouse from Logitech- September 19, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Logitech Anywhere mouse is probably the best all-around mouse on the market. I have 3 of these and use them all the time for my personal and work laptops. In terms of fit/feel/performance, I haven’t yet found a mouse that worked so perfectly in all aspects. In terms of comparison, there’s not a whole lot of changes between the MX2 and MX3. Size/shape/weight are pretty much the same between both models. The only major difference I can see, size wise, is the footprint, or bottom, of the mouse. The MX3 is a bit shorter than its predecessor however it still feels the same in your hand. The scroll wheel on the MX3 is all metal whereas the scroll wheel on the MX2 was metal with a center plastic ring. I like the metal look/feel on the MX3 so it’s a nice little upgrade from the previous model. Scrolling also feels a bit crisper and more precise on the MX3 I noticed. The middle button on the mouse changed from a square to oval shaped one. I find this a bit easier to press the button, both in a good and bad sense. When scrolling, your finger will naturally scroll down the mouse and sometimes I hit the button on accident sometimes. Another improvement on the MX3 was the side grips. The MX2 had a fractal look to it which felt more aesthetic than functional. The ridged rubber on the MX3 feels better and actually works as a grip (as it should). I don’t really need to comment on performance as this mouse, just as with the MX2, will work on any surface and work accurately. I’ve used the mouse on a granite countertop, work desk, glass and hardwood floor. It just plain works so, thankfully, no change in this department. Battery life is almost negligible. I just recently charged my MX2 after using it for about 3 months (off and on). Manufacturer description states this battery should last a little over 2 months and I have no reason to doubt that. One minor thing I wished this mouse had was a compartment to store the USB dongle. It’s kind of irritating to carry both around in my bag as I usually lose the dongle and need to search for it for a good 5 minutes or so everytime. Not a huge deal breaker or anything but other mice I have that do have dedicated compartments for the USB dongle just makes transporting them easier. So, overall, if you already have an older gen mouse like I do, I don’t think the MX3 offers any huge, must-have improvements. The MX3 does work across multiple PC’s so if that’s a feature you need, this would suit you well. I don’t personally utilize this feature at all and don’t even know if the MX2 is capable of this. However, if you have an older clunker of a mouse that’s in need of an update, the MX3 is definitely a good pickup for you.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best scrolling wheel in the portable world!- September 17, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The MX Anywhere 3 is certainly small. Being used to much bigger mice, it did take me some time to adjust. Keeping in mind that this is designed for taking it on the go, I got used to it rather quickly. Still, it fits in my medium-size hands and in my laptop bag. Although it is light in weight, it retains a quality feel to it. The scroll wheel is chromed. It is certainly a nice-looking mouse. The top is made of smooth plastic and the sides have rubber silicone grips, which is nice to have on such a small device. The underside glides easily across several surfaces, including vinyl mats, smooth wood, and even glass. The scroll wheel feels like it is in a good position as I do not need to over-bend my index finger to move it around. The side buttons are also easily accessible without feeling too small or cramped. The mouse is charged via USB-C and features quick-charge. Logitech claims that the battery lasts up to 70 days on a single charge. Great for that portability function. You can pair the mouse up to 3 devices -2 to USB dongles and 1 via Bluetooth. Switching is easy by pressing the button underneath the mouse. I did experience a few connectivity issues while in Bluetooth mode, so I had to be rather close to the PC to avoid this issue. As far as functionality, the MX Anywhere 3 covers all the basics and then some. The laser is precise on any surface (even on cloth!). At 4000 DPI, I experienced no hiccups, even when I played a couple of games meant for precision clicking. The buttons are responsive and satisfying to click. They do make some noise, but I would rather have that than mushy, unresponsive quiet buttons. Now, scrolling is where this baby is above the rest. It just feels so good to scroll in free-spinning mode at high speeds on never-ending spreadsheets (which unfortunately I must deal with at work). Whether in smooth or friction mode, the wheel is noticeably quiet. Also, I downloaded Logitech’s Options app. While it is not a revolutionary concept, it allowed me to customize several options such as button actions and scroll sensitivity. You can also select functionality templates for the most popular apps and browsers. The biggest feature of the app is “Flow”. “Flow” provides the ability to switch between computers and share files on the fly -like having two monitors at once. I must say that it was a bit difficult to get it to work properly and when it did, it was just OK. Still, it is nice to have. In the end, I think the MX Anywhere 3 really is the MX Master 3’s little brother. While a bit pricey for a portable mouse, its build quality, responsiveness, battery life, and that glorious free-spinning wheel make this a great value and earns an easy recommendation from me.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- The Mobile Mouse Perfected- September 28, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] If you've used any of Logitech's previous MX series mice, then you know to expect top-tier comfort, usability, and style. If you haven't, then you're in for a treat. The MX Anywhere 3 is Logitech's latest portable mouse designed to go wherever you work, and it comes at a perfect time as many of us shift to working in new settings at home and on various devices. PROS: - Easy setup. The mouse connected to both of my Windows computers (one desktop and one laptop) instantly using the included USB receiver. The mouse is also Bluetooth-compatible and should work on any OS, including Mac and iPad. The real power of this mouse is in the Logitech Options program (free download on Logitech's website), which allows you customize the buttons, pointer speed, scrolling direction, and so much more. - As with previous Logitech MX mice, my favorite feature is the "Flow" feature configured via the Options program. After installing the Options program on two. computers -- and ensuring that both are on the same network -- this mouse can essentially combine two machines into one dual-monitor setup. Just like if you had two displays side-by-side, if you move the cursor through the right side of one screen to the other, the cursor passes over to the other computer on the opposite side. You can even copy text and files on one machine, move the cursor over to the other machine, and paste them. There is a slight delay when pasting, especially with large files, but it's so much more convenient than emailing or swapping an external drive. This is a great feature to have when working from home with two laptops. - Incredibly comfortable. The silicon side grips make this mouse easy to use for hours on end, and it's just the perfect size to be comfortable and small enough to through in a backpack or travel bag. - Another excellent feature: the different scrolling modes used by the center scroll wheel (called the MagSpeef wheel). You can choose from either ratchet (a slight "click" feedback while scrolling) or freespin, which allows you to spin the wheel as fast as you want, and it will keep scrolling until you stop it. Freespin is perfect for when I need to scroll through large web pages or documents. - The mouse seems to work on practically any surface. I've tried a wooden desk and even a clear glass desk - both worked flawlessly. - Long battery life. Logitech claims 70 days on a full charge. The battery is rechargeable via USB-C cable, so you don't have to worry about having spare batteries lying around. P.S. - Thank you, Logitech, for finally moving away from microUSB! CONS: - None! OVERALL: For me, the MX Anywhere 3 is the perfect mouse for working around the house or on the road. If you frequently switch between multiple computers or tablets, you will especially enjoy all of the advanced features and settings available in the Logitech Options program. Even if you're not a power user and won't use those advanced features, this mouse still offers incredible battery life, comfort, and customization options -- all in an awesomely compact size. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great feature update from the Anywhere 2- September 16, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] TL;DR Pros: Compact, good for travel New scroll wheel interaction & customization Smoother, quieter scroll wheel from the MX Anywhere 2 New Horizontal Scroll method * Program specific thumb button controls Custom scroll force Fast device select / switch Cons: Compact, maybe not the best if you have larger hands Charging color is always green New Horizontal Scroll method * Program specific thumb button controls need to be installed * = both a Pro & Con Long Story: I’m a Logi fan, but we did have our times with low quality; I’m glad to say that things have been great for a while now. I currently run their GPro line of gaming headset, mouse & keyboard. For work, it’s the MX keys, MX Master 2S (M2S / of which I own 2 of them), MX Anywhere 2 (MXA2 / when using the laptop without a dock) and now the MX Anywhere 3 (MXA3 is how I’ll refer to it now). Pros: First impressions were good. Decent packaging, but beware - open it the right way, or it’ll fall right out as it’s only resting in the box. It’s just about the same size as the MXA2 The Logitech Options software is easy to use and the mouse pairs to Windows 10 systems easily with Bluetooth LE. Right away, the scroll wheel on ratcheting mode, is so much quieter and smoother; the MXA2 required you to push down on the scroll wheel to get into free scroll mode, while the M2S had a button behind the wheel for that. The MXA3 now has the button that the M2S has and it’s great! I’m very glad they went this route, over the ‘desktop view’ that they had on the MXA2 With the MXA2, you could tilt the scroll wheel left/right to scroll to the left/right … that was OK. With the MXA3, you hold a thumb button while you scroll up/down instead. A change that will take some getting used to. Another new feature is that the thumb buttons can be customized for different programs and has presets that are available for download INTO the Options software - which is a little ‘meh.’ Flinging the scroll wheel in ratcheting mode will go to free scroll after some force or a certain number of revolutions. You can now customize how quickly it breaks free, which is nice; I prefer it to ratchet longer (more to the left on the scroll config scroll bar). Lastly, this has the common ability to pair up via the Unifying Controller to three different devices. The other mice are slow to switch, but the MXA3 is fast to move the light to the next spot. Cons: Moving to this from the M2S was a challenge. I felt like my hand was bent up as the other one was much larger and had a thumb rest. Just like the MXA2, the charging color is green; it blinks when charging and solid when full. It might make sense to have it as amber until it’s almost full then go to blinking green / solid green. As much as the new horizontal scroll feature might be a Pro, it’s also a bit of a con. My thumb doesn’t always find the button properly and can make unnecessary clicks. Overall - the Options software is fine and does open up the customization capabilities of this mouse. Do I recommend it? Absolutely. This will be a great addition to my daily work and will be quite happy as my on-the-road mouse.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.