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Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Mouse $69 Delivered @ Amazon / Bing Lee (Online + eBay)

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Was browsing through Amazon and found these at a reasonable price ($109 elsewhere). Turns out they are price matching Bing Lee which is ending today. Not as good as the previous deal at $59 but here are ways to get it cheaper:


1. [eBay Plus] $64 Delivered @ Bing Lee eBay - only if you have your monthly $5 eBay Plus Voucher

2. [eBay Plus] $66.93 Delivered @ Bing Lee eBay - use code: PLUS3

3. $65.55 Delivered @ Officeworks - use price beat


Alternatively, price match at other stores and use your discounted gift cards


If ordering via Amazon, don't forget to activate 5% cashback via Shopback

Enjoy

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • A great Bluetooth mouse

    I have used this for about 6 months, I thought I wanted a gamer mouse but this one is great

    Small size but still fits fine in hand

    The Bluetooth connection was a bit flacky on an Asus tuf 505 but I put that down to the Bluetooth chipset in the laptop

    I think I have only charged the mouse about 3 times

    Granted it gets used for 4-8 hours a week

  • The anywhere 2 is available for $53.50 on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0761YPDNM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_f...

  • Micro USB to charge :(

    Dongle required to use mouse? double sad :(

  • need to buy one

  • I have an earlier version of this.
    Size wise it is a little small, and i have big hands, but somehow it still seems ok when used for my intended purpose as the secondary PC/laptop mouse, might be something about the shape?.

    Rarely charge it, maybe 2 or 3 times a year, has never gone flat on me.
    Occasionally i think it must go flat at some point and even more occasionally i think that … yeah i better plug it in for a bit.

    After 4 years of ownership i still like it.
    Paid ~ $50-$60 for it, was a OzBargain itself if i recall.
    Would buy another at this price without hesitation.

    The option of USB wireless and Bluetooth wireless is great.
    I have bad interference issues with BT, not yet tracked it down but it seems to effect every BT device i own, so can't blame this device in particular for poor BT performance.
    It's so bad that if it was BT only I'd end up throwing it across the room, so i really appreciate the low profile wireless receiver.
    That said my new notebook is coming with 1 less USB port, so not sure how i might think about it then.

    Would love to see USB C on the mouse side for charging, though the connector itself it about 3-5 times more expensive then micro USB so i can see a want to keep BOM down.
    Probably only a consideration of sub $100 devices.

    Recently wanted to implement USB C on a design of my own.. saw the cost of the connectors and noped away from that in a hurry, so I'll cut some slack there.

  • Had this for 2 years, pretty great mouse for day to day & productivity. However the left click started playing up and made the mouse unusable. Logitech support was of no use and it was a little painful to see a ~$100 mouse die in 2 yrs. (Fair Trading manged to get me a store voucher from the retailer though and bought a master3 with it :) )