Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse – Hyper-Fast Scrolling, Ergonomic, Rechargeable, Control 3 Computers, Graphite

(8 customer reviews)

$65.99

Last updated on 22:38 Details
  • Cross computer control: Game changing capacity to navigate seamlessly on 3 computers, and copy paste text, images, and files from 1 to the other using Logitech flow
  • Dual connectivity: Use with upto 3 Windows or Mac computers via included Unifying receiver or Bluetooth Smart wireless technology. Gesture button- Yes
  • Advanced ergonomic design: Perfectly sculpted, hand crafted shape supports your hand and wrist in a comfortable, natural position
  • Auto shift scrolling: Speed adaptive scroll wheel auto shifts on the fly from click to click to hyper fast scrolling
  • Rechargable battery: Upto 70 days of power on a single charge
Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth

Brand

‎Logitech

Series

‎2017 Model

Item model number

‎2017 Model

Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC

Operating System

‎Windows 8, Windows 10

Item Weight

‎5.1 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.9 x 3.37 x 4.9 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎1.9 x 3.37 x 4.9 inches

Color

‎Graphite

Rear Webcam Resolution

‎4000 MP

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Batteries

‎1 CR123A batteries required. (included)

Manufacturer

‎Logitech

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎May 10, 2017

8 reviews for Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse – Hyper-Fast Scrolling, Ergonomic, Rechargeable, Control 3 Computers, Graphite

  1. Ed TECH warrior

    Occasionally I will buy a more expensive item for my computer just to see if the increased cost is worth it or not. Sometimes it is, and sometimes it is not. When I had gotten a new laptop I wanted to get a new mouse with it, and the only features I was really looking for were bluetooth, and the ability to use it on basically any surface. I have had this for nearly a year as of posting this review.

    So. What did I end up getting? For starters, I did test the mouse on all kinds of weird surfaces, such as glass, my hand, or my computer monitors, and it worked pretty smoothly on every surface I tested. So it nails that. The bluetooth works amazingly well as well, and the battery life is incredible – requiring charged only after weeks of use.

    I have had problems with wireless mice having a delay on initial movement, which sounds like a minor problem until you are experiencing it. No delay with this mouse. It is very responsive.

    The mouse wheel was a nice surprise. It has some special thought put into it. It has the ability to roll like most wheels do, the ability to free spin, and a button to toggle these modes. What it also has is the ability to do a hybrid of these where, if you spin it with a low amount of force it spins normally, but if you spin it harder it toggles to free spin. If you install the mouse’s software, you can configure how much force it takes to smoothly transition into the free spin, or to effectively disable that feature.

    On the side of the mouse is a scroll wheel that controls side to side movement in the way the scroll wheel handles up and down. Very useful for applications like spreadsheets where sideways scrolling is a thing.

    The mouse has a number of buttons on it that can be configured in the software. One of those buttons is actually underneath where your thumb rests, and is resistant enough to prevent accidental presses, and not so resistant that it is a pain to use. One of the things you can configure in the software is what that button does when you hold it and move the mouse. Holding it and swiping the mouse down might minimize everything on your screen, while an up or sideways motion, or a direct tap is configured to do something else.

    Neat feature set, right? Well that isn’t even all it can do. It has another feature in which you can connect it to multiple computers, and then you and move the mouse around between them like they are all multiple monitors. You can also move files between the computers this way. The feature is a bit on the slow side, needing time to disconnect from one computer and connect to the other when switching, which isn’t as smooth as you might hope. However, it is still a very useful feature if you have multiple systems and often move files between them. Great quality of life feature!

    Overall, this mouse far exceeded my expectations. I was not expecting to say that this mouse is worth every penny of its fairly high cost, but that is what I am saying. Yes, it is a bit costly for a mouse, but it is very, very worth it.

  2. Angelo D.

    Para los que pasamos todo el tiempo en la computadora un buen mouse es indispensable ya sea para trabajar o jugar. Este mouse de logitech es casi perfecto, vale cada centavo:
    – Se siente muy bien en la mano, aun si tu mano es grande.
    – Su bateria integrada dura muchisimo, la legendaria calidad logitech: no lo he medido cientificamente pero seguramente mas de 1 mes en una sola carga de 1 hora, eso usandolo 12 horas o mas diario. Nada de estar cambiando baterias cada 2 semanas…
    – Tiene un switch fisico para apagarlo. Muchos mouses no tienen y se descargan o hay que sacarles las pilas.
    – Lo puedes usar mientras se carga con su cable asi que nunca estaras sin mouse.
    – Tiene un buen rango de sensibilidad que es ajustable.
    – Funciona sobre cualquier superficie, incluso vidrio, tela o piel.
    – Todos los botones son altamente configurables, incluso las scroll wheels. A proposito de eso, la forma en la que puedes usar la scroll wheel libre o en pasos, y cambiar rapidamente de modo, es increible. La textura de la scroll wheel es tambien de muy alta calidad y se ve que durará (los ultimos mouse Microsoft que tuve el plastico de las scrollwheels se acabo desintegrando)
    – Tiene un scroll wheel horizontal. Esto es realmente util para aplicaciones como photoshop, ilustrador, excel y demas…
    – Los acabados son de alta calidad, y es muy resistente (se me ha caido sobre pisos duros quizas unas 10 veces y no tiene ni un razguño).
    – Lo puedes usar con su receptor usb o directo con bluetooth, manteniendo la memoria de 3 dispositivos, y cambiar rapidamente solo picando un boton, registrandose rapidamente con tu dispositivo.

    Hay solo 2 cosas que le cambiaria a este mouse que lo harian totalmente perfecto, y son detalles menores:
    – Frecuentemente lo uso entre una desktop y una laptop y como el boton que cambia de dispositivo esta bajo el mouse es una pequena molestia estarlo volteando para picarle; si el boton no estuviera por abajo, o se pudiera configurar otro boton para hacer el switch, el mouse seria perfecto.
    – Me gustaria que tuviera un compartimiento para guardar el receptor usb. Termine perdiendolo, aunque tengo otro de un teclado logitech que funciona igual; y la verdad suelo esar mas el bluetooth.

  3. Pranay Yadav

    Great mouse, only downside is lack of USB C as this is the slightly older model. Otherwise there’s very little difference between this and the 3

  4. Y. Wang

    The Logitech MX Master 2S is one of the best wireless mice on the market, and for good reason. It is packed with features that make it ideal for productivity and creativity, including:
    Hyper-fast scrolling: The MX Master 2S features a unique hyper-fast scroll wheel that allows you to scroll through long documents and web pages with a flick of your finger.
    Ergonomic design: The MX Master 2S is designed to fit comfortably in your hand, even after long hours of use. It features a thumb rest, contoured shape, and soft-touch coating.
    Multi-device control: The MX Master 2S can be paired with up to three devices, and you can easily switch between them with the press of a button. This makes it ideal for multitasking and working across multiple computers.
    Long battery life: The MX Master 2S can last up to 70 days on a single charge, so you don’t have to worry about running out of battery power in the middle of the day.
    In addition to these features, the MX Master 2S also has a number of other features that make it a great choice for power users, such as:

    Customizable buttons: You can customize the buttons on the MX Master 2S to perform your favorite shortcuts and commands.
    Gesture support: The MX Master 2S supports a variety of gestures, which can be used to control your computer and applications in new and innovative ways.
    Darkfield tracking: The MX Master 2S can track on virtually any surface, including glass, so you can use it anywhere.
    Overall, the Logitech MX Master 2S is an excellent wireless mouse for productivity and creativity. It is packed with features that make it easy to use and customize, and it is very comfortable to use for long periods of time.

  5. Liliana

    Muito bom, fácil uso e realmente ajuda em muito na navegação. Produto atende as características técnicas esperadas.

  6. Daniel

    Amazing product. Got this for my brother as he recently built a computer but didn’t have enough money for a new mouse. He said it’s amazing but didn’t come with the right connector but that was an easy fix !

  7. Amazon Customer

    Works really well. The tracking is nice and works on multiple surfaces I checked on. The mouse is a little heavy but that works well with the good tracking as the mouse feels good in your hand, more natural than an ultra-light mouse.

    The buttons are satisfying but not very silent. The extra keys are easy to program and useful. The horizontal scrolling wheel is extremely useful. The vertical scrolling wheel is satisfying and the best I’ve used so far (second only to the Surface Mouse). The flick to scroll function on the main scroll wheel works well.

    The push to press button in the thumb part of the mouse is not the easiest to press. It takes a bit of effort and an odd angle with your thumb which makes the gestures a little less seamless.

    One of the side buttons is hard to press but that’s useful as you don’t end up clicking it by mistake. I still would have liked better shaped buttons on the side.

    The software is good (but a little heavy) and the drag and drop feature across computers is really useful. However, it doesn’t save your settings on the mouse so you have to modify it and setup on each computer.

    Charging is extremely fast and the cable (despite micro-USB) is really nice.

  8. Y. Wang

    I have owned the previous MX Master for over two years. It was amazing in pretty much every respect. Over time it got scratched up from being in my travel bag so when the new version came out, I jumped on it. I’ve had no regrets since. It’s everything the original version offered plus more.

    The MX Master 2S is overall unchanged physically. Same button placement, same shape, same size. The only identifiable thing are the new colors. The previous black+bronze was nice but curious color choice – a bit steampunk if you ask me. The new color options, blue, white, and black on graphite (my choice) is a more traditional color for peripherals.

    In terms of buttons, it’s the same as the previous model – two main buttons on top, scroll wheel that acts as a third button and a wheel lock button to freespin the wheel when you need it. The main two top buttons feel clickier or crisper than my previous mouse. I don’t know if Logitech changed the mechanism or my old mouse is just worn out. However the more tactile feel is a welcome change. The free spin button is something unique that I have not seen on any other mouse. Normally the wheel is a friction wheel offering bumpy tactile feel. This is useful for precise scrolling. When you click the center button, the mouse releases the friction of the mouse and allows it to free spin. This is immensely useful if you need to scroll quickly for large spreadsheets, documents, or webpages. I am a photographer and designer and having free spin is great for changing brush sizes, brush hardness, opacity, and other options in photo editing programs.

    There is also a horizontal scroll wheel and two buttons on the thumb. Admittedly I barely ever use the thumb scroll but it’s a useful wheel to have to assign it to creative uses. The two forward and backward buttons unfortunately haven’t changed at all. Most people complained about the size and shape of these. It’s hard to touch-press them unless you’re very used to the mouse. This has not changed at all. These buttons really need to be larger.

    Finally there is a hidden “gesture” button on thumb pad underneath the soft rubber. You push down to switch between windows in Windows 10. Alternatively you can assign this to something more useful. I almost never use it since I alt-tab everything. If you didn’t know this button was there you would probably miss it. It is well hidden and the press down is awkward. Either way, it’s an extra button you can use creatively.

    Overall the mouse design is excellent. The size is perfect and the slightly slanted wedge design is great to save your wrists from carpal tunnel injury over long time use. This is SIGNIFICANTLY better than a traditional flat mouse (I’m looking at you Apple Magic Mouse). While it’s not a perfectly vertical mouse, it’s large enough for your hands to cup it naturally and pivot on your wrist bone for more precise movements with less pain.

    My favorite feature is the multi-system switch button. On the bottom there is a button to switch between 3 systems. Previously there was a separate connect button that Logitech smartly did away with. Now there is just one button, press once to switch between 1, 2, or 3, and hold down to put the mouse in search/connect mode for a new device. This feature is simply amazing. I have a desktop, a laptop, and my fiance has a laptop. We all have each system assigned to a number. Simply one press will let you seamlessly switch between systems. There is no lag. There is no delay. There is no reconnect. Once you’ve paired it, you never have to do it again. The mouse works with Logitech’s universal dongle as well as bluetooth. Honestly bluetooth is all you ever really need. I have the dongle on my desktop and just use bluetooth on the two other laptops. This is by far the BEST FEATURE of this mouse. I don’t need to buy extra mice for other systems, I just take the same mouse with me.

    The mouse also works on pretty much every surface I’ve tried it on. I have a black table and several mice have given up working on it. They work for a bit but loose their way. I’ve tried this on really dark furniture, mouse pads, and even glass. It takes all surfaces like a champ!

    The second best feature is the battery. I have used other wireless mice such as Razr, other Logitech, and Apple. The batteries for these mice area lacking in battery life. Nothing is worse than working or playing a game and the battery dies mid-way. Typically those batteries last a few days at best. The MX Master 2S WILL LAST YOU WEEKS. I got mine two weeks ago and I still haven’t charged it since. If it does die, it will prompt you on screen and you can charge while you continue working.

    Overall this is the best wireless mouse I’ve ever used. I would not hesitate to buy it. It is a bit pricey though, for good reason. If you can find it on sale, DEFINITELY buy! You won’t look back!

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