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Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX

Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
alaScore 89

6283 reviews

Jul, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6283 reviews of Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Comments about the durability and size are overall positive. The design and usability also get good feedback. Many are negative about the price, while reviews are divided on the reliability.

usability, design, size, durability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 119 user reviews of Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX from The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and design. The size and price are also appreciated.

usability, price, size, design, reliability

92% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logitech MX Revolution Wireless Laser MouseLogitech MX Performance Mouse (Tracks on Glass)Logitech MX Performance Mouse (Tracks on Glass)

Jul, 2015

Consumer review by: ( review summary for Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX


alaTest has collected and analyzed 2387 user reviews of Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX from The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Reviewers are impressed by the durability and size. The design and usability are also mentioned favorably. There are mixed comments on the reliability and price.

usability, design, size, durability

84% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse (Black)Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse (Black)Logitech Wireless Anywhere Mouse MX- Old Version

Jul, 2015

Expert review by: Felix Sold (

Review Logitech Performance Mouse MX


Big Business. Logitech's Performance Mouse MX is it's current top ...

The ease of use on glass surfaces, the good gliding characteristics and the configuration possibilities

Mar, 2011

Expert review by: Florence Ion (

Logitech Performance Mouse MX


Mouse technology has come a long way since the rollerball mice of the1980s. Logitech's Performance Mouse MX drives that point home--it canbe used on practically any surface, and it offers features that ourfirst Mac mouse could never have dreamed of.

Unifying receiver works with multiple devices. Precision tracking. Plenty of options to customize button functions. Great battery life. Includes wall charger, USB cable, and USB extension

Too big for small hands. And it's a $100 mouse. Sorry lefties, it's right-hand only

The Logitech Performance Mouse MX offers beautifully precise, customizable control, and the Unifying receiver makes it a breeze to use multiple compatible peripherals.

Mar, 2010

Expert review by: Will Smith (

Logitech MX Revolution


We like the smooth-spinning mouse wheel on Microsoft's Intellimouse Explorer 4 for application work and web browsing, but its detentless design leaves much to be desired when playing games where you use the mouse wheel to select your weapons. Until...

We got around five days of use from a single charge of the rechargeable batteries, and the laser sensor is precise enough for the pickiest person. We’d love to see buttons dedicated to on-the-fly sensitivity switching, instead of the largely useless...

Nov, 2006

Expert review by: Matthew Murray (

Logitech Performance Mouse MX


The Logitech Performance Mouse MX's high-tech tracking technology gives it functionality other mice can't easily match, but in a less-than-intuitive design.

Lots of programmable buttons. Usable on a wide variety of surfaces

Odd design requires some adjustment. Button placement not always ideal. For right-handed use only. Included software gives fewer button-configuration options than Microsoft equivalent

Sep, 2009

Expert review by: Justin Yu (

Logitech Anywhere MX Mouse


Not to be outdone by Microsoft and its BlueTrack laser tracking technology, Logitech recently introduced the Anywhere Mouse MX with Logitech's new Darkfield laser sensor. Darkfield tracks on almost all surfaces, including nonmirrored glass--a surface...

Darkfield technology tracks on any surface including glass; Unifying receiver pairs easily with other Logitech peripherals; power button conserves battery life; runs off a single AA battery.

Pricier than other mobile mice; smooth vertical rocker lacks precision.

The Anywhere Mouse MX bears Logitech's multiconnective Unifying receiver and glass-tracking Darkfield laser, but $80 is too much for a portable mouse--especially when the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 costs half the price for almost the same...

Sep, 2009


Expert review by: Michael Brown (

Logitech Performance Mouse MX


Logitech's Performance Mouse MX is the desktop cousin to the company's mobile Anywhere Mouse MX, and it's every bit as fabulous. Both mice feature Logitech's exquisite Darkfield Laser Tracking, which enables them to function accurately on just about...

Operates on any surface ; including glass and mirrors; one USB receiver can operate several peripherals; extremely easy device pairing; great ergonomics

Reaching the left rear thumb button is awkward; carry pouch can accommodate only the receiver ; cables ; and AC adapter

Logitech's Unifying and Darkfield Laser Tracking technologies make for an awesome wireless mousing experience.

Sep, 2009

Editor's Choice!

Expert review by: Rich Brown (

Logitech Performance Mouse MX


Following Logitech's announcement of its new glass-tracking Darkfield mouse sensor, Microsoft countered that only 7 percent of mouse users were interested in mousing on glass. Microsoft also suggested that the remaining 93 percent had already been...

New Darkfield sensor lets you mouse almost anywhere, including glass; wireless and rechargeable, with no downtime while recharging; tiny USB microreceiver works with other products in Logitech's Unifying devices family; variety of useful, customizable...

Expensive (but worth it); Unifying feature only a benefit if you upgrade to other Unifying products.

Logitech has met and surpassed Microsoft's recent mouse technology innovations by introducing the most versatile mouse sensor on the market in its new Performance Mouse MX. But even if you don't have a glass table crying out to become a workspace, this...

Aug, 2009


Expert review by: Brandon King (

Logitech MX Revolution


Once again, Logitech innovates the mouse in unexpected ways. The unique flywheel design is an entirely new approach to scrolling, but does it add to the user experience or detract? Are users ready to learn to scroll anew? Read on for our take on both...

Innovative fly-wheel; accurate and responsive tracking; laser technology

Only supports right hand users; scroll wheel is sensitive at times

The Logitech MX and VX Revolution mice may not be a revolution, but they represent the next major evolution of input devices.

Feb, 2007

Expert review by: Rich Brown (

Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse (Black)


The chief innovation of the MX Revolution is its scroll button. It functions in both the typical incremental click style, but also as a free-spinning wheel. This means you can whip the wheel frontward and back and navigate hundreds of pages in a...

Free-spinning scrollwheel makes it easy to navigate long documents and Web pages; thumb-side wheel aides in application switching; comfortable design.

Scrollwheel can be a little tweaky during finer movement; thumb-side buttons not sensitive enough; no on-the-fly cursor speed customization.

Every year we think Logitech has pushed the cordless laser mouse to the limit of functionality, and we're always proved wrong. The MX Revolution has a few minor issues, but for the most part, this high-end mouse continues Logitech's streak of market...

Aug, 2006

TECHGAGE - Editor's Choice

Expert review by: Greg King (

Logitech Performance Mouse MX Review


When Logitech released its Revolution MX nearly five years ago, it delivered a mouse that impressed - and for good reason. It featured a great design that was both comfortable and attractive, and had a very effective hyper scroll wheel. With the...

The SetPoint software has been covered ad nauseum over the course of our complete coverage of Logitech's lineup of mice throughout the years. For a brief refresher, please check out Jamie's great review of the Logitech M705 Marathon mouse. In there you...

Apr, 2011

Product Specifications


Apple Lightning Connector: No
Built-in Storage Capability: No
Charging Unit Included:USB Charging Unit
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Scrolling Function: Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways / 4-ways
Scrolling Wheel: Yes
USB Hub: No

General Features

Battery-free Mouse: No
Gaming Product: No
Graphic Tablet with Mouse:Not Applicable
Graphic Tablet with Pen:Not Applicable
Input Registration:Darkfield / Optical Laser
Notebook Mouse: No
Platform:PC / Mac
Type:PC Mouse
Type of Connection:Radio Transfer