After the 4K and HDR-capable BRIO webcam, MK850 Performance Wireless combo, and the rugged set of iPad accessories, Logitech has now launched a pair of mice aimed at both the performance- requiring and mobility-conscious consumer.
In a press release, the Swiss company revealed its latest peripherals, the MX Anywhere 2S, and the MX Master 2S. While the former is geared more towards mobility and is a tad smaller, the latter features a more comfortable design, due to its thumb rest. Moreover, both mice have improved Darkfield High Precision tracking which "boosts the mice cursor speed, accuracy and increases the resolution to 4,000 DPI".
Both products have rechargeable batteries, can track on any surface - including glass - and can last you "up to 70 days on a full charge", of course depending on your usage patterns. There are however similarities between the two, the most notable of which is support for the newly launched Logitech Flow.
Flow - which is available to download for free as part of the Logitech Options software - allows users to utilize a single MX series mouse to control up to three PCs. This allows you to essentially "copy and paste content, images and documents between the three computers", all without the need for separate devices or other third-party software solutions.
Keep in mind that beyond the MX Anywhere 2S and MX Master 2S, Flow is also compatible with the M585 Multi-Device and the M590 Multi-Device Silent.
The MX Anywhere 2S retails for $79.99, while its bigger sibling, the MX Master 2S can be had for $99.99. Both mice are expected to be available to buy on Logitech's site as well as at select retailers this month.