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Logitech MX Master 2S $78.40, MX Anywhere 2S $55.20, MK220 Combo $15.20 + Delivery (Free with eBay Plus/C&C) @ Bing Lee eBay

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Logitech's flagship mouse is designed for power users and masters of their craft who want to get more done, more efficiently. MX Master 2S packs a punch with Logitech Flow that lets you seamlessly control two computers with one mouse and copy-paste content between them. Combined with other advanced features and a stunning design, it provides exceptional comfort, control, precision and customization

PS: The Logitech MX Master 3 was announced/released recently.


Logitech - MX Anywhere 2S - Graphite - $55.20

Meet the compact and powerful MX Anywhere 2S, the mouse that gives you superpowers. MX Anywhere 2S works wherever you do coffee shops, airplane seats, hotel rooms and off-site meetings and works seamlessly across three computers including navigating and copy-pasting between them.


Logitech Wireless Combo MK220 - $15.20

The compact keyboard-and-mouse combo with all the standard keys, extended battery life and reliable, long-range wireless.

PS: Not as cheap as recent deals

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    Isn’t there a new version of this mouse out?

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    With the new model out, I would be expecting a sharper discount.

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      Me too

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      Having looked at the press release for the new one, I don't see it as a huge improvement over this one. I expect these will still sell well at this price.

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        smooth scroll wheel with electro MAGNETS. MAGNETS I SAY!

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          You joke, but everyone seems to love the improvements to the scroll wheel.

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          There's USB C in the new one instead of microUSB for charging. Mobility users will likely prefer to stick with one type of cable.

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            @octagonalman: Seems despite their talk of USB-C quick charging, it's not really any faster than the 2S charging rate, just different figures quoted.

            MX 3 - 1 minute for 3 hours.
            MX 2S - 3 minutes for a days worth.

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        Different angle, tilting the hand slightly for a more natural position
        The 'mechanical' clicking wheel is now electromagnet driven for silent 'clicking'
        Better positioning of the back/forward/horizontal scroll buttons
        USB C charging (but same capacity)
        Few software improvements to improve customisation options.

        The MX 2S remains a great mouse though. I have 1x MX, 2 x MX2S - so I'll likely swap the MX for the MX3

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          Looking at the pictures, it seems that the thumb buttons have moved further away from the natural resting position of the thumb.

          The electromagnetic wheel seems like an interesting gimmick, but I don't really see how it will effect the functionality of the mouse in any significant way.

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    The release date for Master 3 looks like it will be the start of October.

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    How does the maxs2 compare to the logitech gaming G502 wireless…
    I'm. More into gaming but use the pc for office work too
    Appreciate the advise on this

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      I haven't used the G502, but, the MX series mice are not light. They're fairly large and fairly heavy. They're comfortable for extended use - which is what they're designed for, not gaming.

      I use mine for gaming, but I don't game seriously or well.

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    Logitech Wireless Combo MK220 - mouse is good, keyboard is a disaster. Key spacing is different and will drive you crazy if you plan to type a lot!

    This is far better:
    https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/microsoft-...

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    Was so keen to get one of these but with the new one around the corner may as well wait I guess. Tempted by the MX Keys too with the ability to use it across multiple devices.

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    Good price for good mouse.

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    I've got the MX Master 2S, and whilst it is pretty good, I'd recommend waiting for the Master 3 - I think the button position changes and the scroll wheel are worth it. I find the buttons on the 2S much more difficult to use than the same buttons on the G400S (which is closer to the Master 3 layout), and the mechanical scroll wheel a bit janky when it switches from clicky to free wheeling.

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    is there a left handed version of this??

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      Not that I'm aware of, all Right Handed Mouse.

      The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 was somewhat Ambidextrous.

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    I couldn't wait my old mx performance was having tracking issues was frustrating trying to get design work done, pulled the trigger. Pretty quick delivery from bing and loving the new mouse, so much better.

    Only complaint is the forward/back buttons on the old version were better, think they are improved again on the mx3 coming up.

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