The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is a good office mouse designed to be used on-the-go. This device features Logitech’s patented Darkfield lasers that can track on just about any surface. The easy-to-use scroll wheel provides quick access to web pages, document scrolling, email, and more. From the palm of your hand, you can flip through photos in seconds using gestures. With Logitech Flow Scroll, you have smooth scrolling with one finger.
- Height: 100.5 mm
- Width: 65 mm
- Depth: 34.4 mm
- Weight: 99 g
- Darkfield high precision
- Nominal value: 1000 dpi
- DPI (Minimal and maximal value): 200-4000 dpi
- 6 buttons (Left/Right-click, Back/Forward, Wheel mode-shift, Middle click)
- Scroll Wheel: Yes, with auto-shift
- Horizontal scroll: Yes, by holding side button while turning the wheel
- Wireless operating distance: 10 m
- Rechargeable Li-Po (500 mAh) battery
- Up to 70 days on a single full charge.
- Get three hours of use from a one-minute quick charge
MagSpeed Electromagnetic scrolling is Logitech’s reinvention of the scroll wheel. It is precise enough to stop on a pixel and fast enough to scroll silently a thousand lines of text in one second.
The power of the Darkfield
The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 tracks on practically any surface, including glass. You can work seamlessly at the desk or anywhere around your home.
Flow lets you handle two PCs just by dragging your cursor to the edge of your screen. Not only can you use the mouse between two devices, but you can also copy and paste text between them as well.
Logitech claim that the MX Anywhere 3 can last up to 70 days of a single charge. Not only that, with just one minute charge, you can get three hours of use.
You want to use your laptop on the go, but you hate using trackpads. Trackpads are inaccurate, or your current mouse is too small/big, or too heavy, or not accurate enough. The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is a mouse that is both portable and accurate. It’s one of the best mice for travel and will work on any surface, even glass. That said, if you have large hands, one of the larger Logitech mice would be a better option, taking ergonomics into consideration.