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I've bought this mouse to replace my Logitech VX Nano and I must say that it's a step closer to being the perfect mouse!
I do a lot of spreadsheet work, I surf a lot and I play games at a considereable amount too. After two weeks of using the Anywhere Mouse, I can say that it's worth your money. It's a premium item because of the design and the material.
The mouse feels natural on your hand as it is not as big as other Logitech mice (i.e. Marathon Mouse). I'd say the feel is very close to the VX Nano. I don't feel any pain in the wrist area nor in my hands even after using it continously for three hours.
The buttons are very responsive. Compared to the VX Nano, the forward and back buttons are located near the thumb and are easily operated now. This reduces effort on the index finger as I used to press the forward and back buttons on the VX Nano.
The small receiver is back but this time it's a Unifying Receiver which you can with other wireless Logitech devices that are compatible so you can free up your USB ports. The batteries last for three months similar to the VX Nano. Logitech Setpoint software is available for you to customise your cursor control and button presses.
The highlight and selling point of this mouse is the Darkfield technology which allows one to use the mouse on glass and other surfaces that laser mice have difficulty operating in. This is definitely a plus for those who work on glass tables. It performs well on gaming too.
I'd recommend this product if you have the budget because it's sturdy and has high value.
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Initial post: 13 Dec 2011 11:50:45 GMT
Cogito Ergo Sum says:
I have been using VX Nano for last 4 years until it has developed faults. By mistake I bought M505 which does not have any forward/backward buttons, nor does it have freewheel scroll. Now, I am thinking to buy MX Anywhere, but wondering how good it is. Since you used VX Nano before, can you confirm MX Anywhere is as accurate as VX Nano? I could cover the whole screen with only 2 square cm movement of the mouse and also very precisely. Is MX Anywhere that good?
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