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Logitech releases MX Master 2S and Anywhere 2S multi-device mice

01 June 2017 0

Logitech has announced a new software named Logitech Flow which will allow users to control up to three PCs with a single mouse. This software is aimed at improving the overall productivity of users and is claimed to offer a seamless experience while doing so. It will be available as a free to download resource and will be a part of Logitech Options software.

It said that the software is currently compatible with its MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S mice which are the newest offering from Logitech under the MX series. Both of these mice feature Darkfield High Precision tracking which can result in resolution boost up to 4000 DPI. The good thing about these new products is that they are said to be trackable on any surface including glass.

Anatoliy Polyanker, global portfolio and brand director at Logitech said,

"One computer used to be enough, but we’ve moved into an era where roughly one in 10 people are working across multiple computers at the same time. Using multiple computers can help you avoid distractions and speed up processor-intensive operations, but working across multiple computers can be a hassle. That’s where Logitech Flow comes in. With Flow and a new MX mouse, you can enhance your productivity — for instance, copying and pasting files from one computer to another — helping you become more precise and focused in the multi-computer world.”

.Logitech has priced the MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S at $99.99 and $79.99 respectively. And if you are interested in using Logitech Flow but don't want to spend so much on a mouse, you can go for the Logitech M585 Multi-Device and M590 Multi-Device Silent mice for $39.99 each.



Logitech releases MX Master 2S and Anywhere 2S multi-device mice
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