Logitech MX Anywhere 3 – Logitech’s most advanced mouse – also for Mac

Scroll in all directions on three units at once.

If the touchpad on the laptop is not enough at all, Logitech has a bid for the advanced user on the go. Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is a compact wireless mouse, designed for advanced creatives, developers, and anyone else who needs much more than just pointing and clicking or right-clicking.

The mouse is built to track on almost any surface, including glass, which will be a relief – both on the coffee table and in the hotel room, where you often have to use newspapers to make the mouse react to the “smart” glass. work table.

One of the specialties of the MX series is the MagSpeed ​​wheel with built-in electromagnetic brake, which can roll lightning fast by letting the wheel spin freely – and brake magnetically. In MX Anywhere 3, it happens silently.

The mouse connects wirelessly with the included USB adapter or Bluetooth, and you can use it with up to three devices at once, and select between the devices at the touch of a button (on the bottom).

The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 lives up to its name and can be used on almost anything. Also glass. (Photo: Logitech)

Logitech MX Anywhere 3 compatibility

Logitech MX Anywhere 3 can be used on both PC and Mac – and also on Bluetooth devices that support mice. But to make it easier for Mac users, there is also a special edition for them that is set to connect to just one Mac. The price in both cases is 749 kroner.

The mouse has just come on sale in stores, but I have had the opportunity to try it for a few days before. It is a pleasant and nice little rodent that, despite its size, fits nicely in the hand. And if you are used to just groping on the touchpad when working away from the desk, it will be a huge relief. For home use, I would probably still prefer the twice as large adult version of the MX Master mouse. And I appreciate being able to both hear and feel when the magnetic brake sets in. But for discreet use in the meeting room, the silent solution is absolutely perfect.

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