|Item Height||3.44 centimetres|
|Item Width||6.5 centimetres|
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||1.85 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Packaging||Batteries contained in equipment|
|Lithium Battery Weight||1 Grams|
|Number Of Lithium Ion Cells||1|
|Item model number||910-005988|
|Product Dimensions||10.5 x 6.5 x 3.44 cm; 240 Grams|
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Logitech MX Anywhere 3 for Mac – Compact Performance Mouse, Wireless, Ultrafast Magnetic Scrolling, Any Surface, 4000DPI Sensor, Custom Buttons, USB-C, Bluetooth, Apple Mac, iPad, Windows ，Black
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- works with up-to three devices as advertised (Mac/PC, BT and unifying receiver alike)
- Simple, ergonomic no-nonsense design
- The mag-wheel is a nice idea - roll it slowly, it'll behave like a "ratchet" type wheel; flick it, and it automatically goes into freewheel mode. You can switch to freewheel-only with a click of the button beside it.
- button clicks feel solid, and do register well
- works while charging (USB-C port at the front)
- haven't charged it yet after the first charge cycle (~180h of use so far)
- there is a minimal, but still noticeable input lag in fast-paced games - a common issue with wireless mice
- the mouse could be a little bigger - I understand it's an "anywhere" mouse with mobile use in mind, but still
- the much hyped cross-over function (dragging things between different devices) didn't work at all (mac-to-mac, mac-to-pc); I have no need for it, so it's not an issue, but worth considering if it's a feature you need.
The mouse tracks well, on almost any surface (well, all I've tested anyway). I even tested it on my pajama covered leg, which worked really well! Shiny surfaces? No problem.
The mouse is about 2/3 the size of a regular mouse, but even as a larger handed user, I've never had any issues (I'm 6ft 3, with fairly large hands).
The unifying receiver is excellent. I've had no issues with signal drop-off etc. I actually bought this mouse at the same time and the MX Keys keyboard, and using the unifying software (download from Logitech site) I've remapped the channels so both use one receiver on channel 1 (connected to my desktop gaming PC) and then both go via channel 2 to my work laptop (Surface laptop 3). Switching been channels is done easily via a button on the bottom of the mouse. This feature is excellent for switching between the two systems without needing an additional set of peripherals in reach.
I've not used the mouse for gaming, as I use a G502 lightspeed for that department. I imagine it would be good if you're casting over steamlink or geforce now to a TV in a different room, but that is only an assumption and I've not tested this myself.
The scroll wheel is perhaps the only potential con. The magnet scroll lock sometimes isn't quite strong enough, and the wheel ends up scrolling too far, even when it's supposed to be at highest resistance. The wheel also has no native side scroll, but this can be done holding the shortcut key on the side and then scrolling up and down. However I imagine if this is something you use a lot (I do not), then this may not be the mouse for you.
In summary, a great little mouse that can pretty much track anywhere.
Anywhere 3 is of high quality materials and very portable, let me summarise may thoughts below:
- High quality materials
- Programmable buttons
- Magnetic scroll wheel
- USB-C charging
- Magnetic scroll wheel will not tilt left / right like in previous models
- Buttons - Mouse 1 and Mouse 2 buttons are horribly loud, the sound produced resembled annoying and empty hollow thing, ways louder than with 2s model. Used Anywhere 3 for a week as a daily driver for general surfing, photo editing and general tasks.
Sadly I have to return the mouse as I couldn't stand the horrible noise from the mouse clicks (see attached video for clicks).
Went with Logitech G Pro Wireless as this it's much more quieter mouse.
The software provides a decent number of options to customise the behaviour of the mouse. I found the initial configuration sufficient and didn't have a need to customise it any further.
I have been using it for a few weeks for office work, I have yet to recharge it. The software is saying the battery is low. Right now, I can't comment on the charging speed, but a suitably placed USB-C connection is very welcome.
Sounds like a good mouse, right? It is as a mouse, but as a product sold at a premium as switchable between devices it has a fundamental design flaw which reduces its usefulness to me, in that the button to switch the device it is currently working with is on the bottom of the mouse, meaning lifting it to press the button. As someone who is constantly switching device (even every few minutes) this is a bit disappointing.
It's not enough to warrant sending it back, but it is likely to be replaced if Logitech make a newer model that allows faster switching between devices.
I got an MX Anywhere 3 as a replacement and it's doing the job fairly well.
* Bluetooth and USB dongle make it easy to switch between my work Mac and Personal Linux laptops.
* Don't need to unlock the wheel to go to super fast scrolling mode.
* The wheel itself acts a middle button click and doesn't scroll the wheel in the process.
* The middle button below the wheel no longer acts as Linux paste.
* Cannot tilt on the wheel to scroll windows Left/Right any more. (loss of functionality)
* Infinite scrolling takes more effort:
- On the MX2 when the wheel was unlocked I could spin it really fast to continuously scroll up/down a long way
- On the MX3 you can still spin quite fast but the wheel does slow down. I have to cock my finger and use my fingernail to flick the wheel up with force to get it to scroll continually.
- Scrolling down is a bit easier but must make effort when flicking the wheel.