Logitech’s Versatile Mouse Series Gets Better

MX Master 2S stock photo

Logitech’s latest iteration in the Master and Anywhere series is here!   The MX Anywhere 2S and MX Master 2S are now available.

Both of the devices have seen a dramatic increase in their censors; increasing from 1,000 DPI to 4,000. This from a gamers standpoint will mean smoother and more precise camera movement.

The mice are being paired with a brand new software feature “Logitech Flow”.  The software will allow the mice to seamlessly move between computers without even pressing a button. Flow does require both PCs to be on the same Wi-Fi network but this is a must have if you’re constantly jumping between workstations.

Both the Logitech MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S can be used on absolutely any surface and hold a charge for up to 70 days. The battery life is a great addition but the ability to use the mouse on any surface is a real game changer. Logitech ensures the devices will even consistently work on a glass service.

While the mouse is more workforce-oriented, the increased DPI, smooth shape, and seamless transitioning could ever so slightly improve your gaming.

The Logitech MX Masters 2S sells for $99.99 and the MX Anywhere 2S goes for $79.99

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