expired Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Mouse - $51.20 C&C (or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys eBay

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PGUY20

This price is unheard of since February!

Absolute bargain if you've been sitting on the fence.

Original PGUY20 20% off @ The Good Guys eBay Post

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    can these can pair directly with laptops instead of having a little USB dongle thingo?

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    well my mx anywhere 2 battery is on it's way out sooo guess it's a no brainer.

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    yes, it has bluetooth.

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    The best wireless mouse in its category and price range

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    Having issues trying to pay for it…

  • +2 votes

    Looks pretty tempting… I'm in the market for a mouse.
    Looking at various reviews there has been some negative feedback on:
    - Click Noise
    - Build Quality - "feels" cheap

    Can anyone comment on this?… it's not a cheap mouse!
    Thanks very much.

    • +1 vote

      It's not silent, and the roller is a little sensitive, but I'd buy another if mine broke.

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      I can't recommend it, go for the MX Master or something else.

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      I've also heard it's a bit too small for large hands?
      (which is probably an understandable trade-off for a portable "anywhere" mouse)

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      The left and right buttons are fairly clicky - not loud, just a very crisp click. Build quality honestly doesn't jump out as a premium mouse, but it's pretty solid with great precision across the board (sensor, weighting, clicking, etc).

      I've got fairly large hands and find it fits well in a palm grip, although my fingers are right at the tip of the mouse.

      If I were to consider anything else it would be the ROG Gladius v2 wireless, but that's $200. With the sale, this is 1/4 the price - easily worth it IMHO.

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      I was gonna buy this last time it was on special but the click noise turned me off. I ended up getting the m590. It's barely audible when I click. Similar price point and it also feels cheap but I like being able to click as much as I want without causing a disturbance when I'm at the library.

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      Thinking about getting the Logitech M720 Triathlon instead.
      As a larger mouse for desktop PC use with occasional switching with a laptop (at the same desk)

  • +1 vote

    Can't deliver to any stores even remotely near me :(

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      I'd also be keen to hear any feedback on this. :)

      It looks promising!
      Larger size, so possibly more suitable for a desktop PC on a desk that isn't glass-top.

    • +2 votes

      I have both.

      I have used the Anywhere 2S mouse for a few years now as I’ve carried it to and from work. It’s used constantly and is a great mouse. Still very smooth and always reliable.
      A month or so ago I decided to get another mouse to just keep at work. Was going to get another AW2S but no deals at the time for it but found a good deal for an M720. Figured I’d experiment and keep the one I liked the most at work where it gets more use.
      I’ve kept the new M720 at work. Slightly nicer shape for long usage in my case. Extra button helps also.
      I have a MacBook Pro so both run from Bluetooth.
      Both mice have the option to pair with multiple devices which is really useful - I have paired 2 profiles on both with my Mac so if there are any connectivity issues when the MacBook wakes up I just toggle to the other profile using the button on the mouse to get it kick started without any stuffing around.
      I believe the Anywhere 2S has a slightly better sensor that allows it to be used better on some surfaces but they are identical on my office desk.

      Upshot: M720 is my fave but it’s a very-close second with the Anywhere 2S.

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        Thanks very much for the detailed feedback.

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        Thanks for the review. I bought both and deciding witch on to return. I’ll keep the m720 since I bought it for $45 during office work special.

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    been waiting for this for ages, sick of using trackknob at airport.

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    Great price but I can't recommend this mouse, it's too small and the scroll wheel is … shit.

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    It's a travel mouse, not a desktop mouse.

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    This is a good mouse, suits larger hand too. Scroll wheel is not the amazing, but everything else is great

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    I tried to get this deal this morning, but it wasn't working so I went into the store. The guy sold it to me for the 'best price' of $54 which I thought was still pretty good. It's good to see that others are now able to get the full discount though.

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    Fairly good deal!!! I was looking at this and the other model. I couldn't justify to pay $100 for this so went with another model just few days ago. :(

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    Sorry guys but why it says "This code can't be applied to your order." when I apply the "PGUY20" code? Help, please!

  • -3 votes

    $50 for a mouse!? Why?

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    Only one downside of this mouse (to me), is the clicking sound is quite loud and high pitch. Loudest amount all my other cheaper Logitech and Razer I owned. - if you care about sound, to me it’s sounded very cheaaaaaaaap

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    I got the mouse. Tons of rattle but still passable for the price…