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Imo I don't think this is frontpage worthy based on how there are other mice with same or better specs than this for about half the price.
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Quote from CleverMoney851 :
Imo I don't think this is frontpage worthy based on how there are other mice with same or better specs than this for about half the price.
I'm really curious to see which mouse with same or better specs for half the price. Could you post same sample?
My Anywhere MX started acting up.
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Had 1, 1s, 2, and 3. They are all basically the same other than the loudness of the scroll wheel.

They call this a professional mouse, but it is quite laggy and only polls at 125hz. Even when not gaming, it's noticeable, especially for selecting text, elements or other small objects on the screen.

It'll really slow you down compared to a 500hz or higher polling rate mouse. These low polling rate mice require more adjustments with the fine muscles in your hand, which sucks for preventing development of carpel tunnel syndrome.

I wouldn't recommend this for anyone other than casual users. Definitely not professionals.
Which mouse do you suggest?
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The amazon link isn't the real version or I think it isn't. The box has Chinese letters and the P/N doesn't match the Logitech's website. The box isn't packaged probably. Definitely returning it
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Which mouse do you suggest?
There aren't a whole lot that cater to agility, smoothness, accuracy and shortcuts. All require a separate receiver so device switching is out the window. But that's nothing that Synergy or remote desktop can't also solve. I never found that all that useful other than temporary, niche scenarios, nothing a cheap bluetooth mouse couldn't do.

I like the Razer Basilisk or Razer Viper Wireless for the feel, features, and click sound, but unfortunately they don't have hyper scrolling or a horizontal scroll wheel. The basilisk features an alt button key that adds an extra layer of functionality to the other buttons when it's held down. I like that feature.

I enjoy the feel of those sensors over say the logitech g900/g903. Cursor movement feels much more natural.

I used to be a proponent of the logitech g602, but the tactile buttons used for the left and middle click go out too easily and give double presses or none at all eventually. I haven't tried the g604, but I'm tired of being burned by the logitech experience and the plastic looks cheap.

Honestly logitech needs to just put a better sensor and transceiver in the master series or create a new line with all the features, because I'm tired of waiting and hoping they'll make something that isn't on par with the performance of their first wireless mouse from 1991.
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This mouse arrived for me recently and I would not recommend it. I normally use a Logitech G502 for gaming and a Logitech Precision Pro for work, but this Master 2S is disappointing and I will be returning it. Every thumb button is in an inconvenient, hard-to-reach position. My thumb rested naturally on the thumb scroll wheel, something I don't see the need for. The back/forward buttons are positioned next to the scroll wheel so that I have to curl my thumb in an awkward manner to press them. And worst of all for me was the gesture button positioning. Whereas on the Precision Pro I can push my thumb inwards sideways naturally, the gesture button on this mouse has to be triggered by pushing the side of my thumb downwards towards the desk. I found all these buttons to be inconvenient and frustrating to use especially in comparison to the much cheaper Precision Pro.
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