|Series||MX Anywhere 3|
|Item model number||910-005985|
|Hardware Platform||PC, Mac|
|Item Weight||3.49 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.96 x 2.56 x 1.35 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.96 x 2.56 x 1.35 inches|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||September 21, 2020|
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Logitech MX Anywhere 3 Compact Performance Mouse, Wireless, Comfort, Fast Scrolling, Any Surface, Portable, 4000DPI, Customizable Buttons, USB-C, Bluetooth - Pale Grey
|Hardware Platform||PC, Mac|
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- MAGSPEED SCROLLING - Speed, precision, and silence. Effortlessly scroll 1,000 lines at once, and stop on a pixel. Auto-shifts between ratchet and hyper-fast modes.
- GO-ANYWHERE COMFORT – Low-profile design contoured for your hand, with ultra-soft silicone side grips. Built to withstand the bumps and drops of mobile work.
- TRACK ANYWHERE – EVEN GLASS - Track on virtually any surface, including glass – meaning you can work seamlessly at the desk, at a cafe, even on the couch.
- USB-C QUICK CHARGING - Stays powered up to 70 days on a full charge – and gets 3 hours of use from a 1-minute quick charge. USB-C to A charging cable included.
- MULTI-DEVICE, MULTI-OS - Connect up to three devices and switch between them at the tap of a button. MX Anywhere 3 works with Windows, macOS, iPadOS, ChromeOS, & Linux.
- WORK FASTER WITH BUTTON CUSTOMIZATIONS AND PREDEFINED PROFILES for Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint.
- MODERN DESIGN, PREMIUM MATERIALS - Modern design features a steel scroll wheel, grippy silicon side grips, and comes in Pale Gray, Graphite, and Rose finishes.
- FLOW ENABLED – Control multiple computers across Windows and macOS operating systems. Effortlessly transfer text, images, and files between computers.
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Master it, anywhere with MX Anywhere 3 – a compact performance mouse designed for mobile work – from the home office, to the cafe, to the airport lounge.
The electromagnetic MagSpeed scroll wheel is faster, quieter, and more precise. A low-profile design is contoured for the shape of your hand – with silicone side grips ensure that it’s always soft to the touch.
MX Anywhere 3 is built to withstand all the bumps and drops of mobile work. And a track-anywhere sensor means you can work on virtually any surface.
App-specific button customizations speed up your workflow in the apps you use most.
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1. While I don't mind the size, I would love if it was a little bigger to make it easier to hold.
2. There's no place to store the dongle in the mouse. This should be standard for all wireless mice, especially ones marketed for travel like this one.
3. The clicks are way too loud. In a room with multiple people working on computers, this mouse is noticeably louder than the others. The sound of the click is comparable to the sound of a blue switch for a mechanical keyboard.
4. Connection issues. The Bluetooth mode is borderline unusable, it will work for maybe 10 minutes and then stop working until I re-pair it with my PC (I tested this on multiple devices, it behaved the same way). It will also occasionally feel laggy or jittery using the dongle.
5. The scroll wheel is significantly better than other "fast scrolling" mice. The "ratcheting" feels really clean, and you can customize the force it takes to turn it. There is a big problem with it though, the scroll wheel rattles. It's very distracting while using it. I can pick it up and shake it to make it rattle, but even just scrolling, my finger can easily move the wheel from side to side. This ends up just making the wheel feel a little cheap, even if works well.
6. The Logitech Option software just isn't very good. The slider for the SmartShift sensitivity is backwards. Sliding to the left increases sensitivity and sliding the the right decreases it. The Logitech Flow feature also doesn't work very well. Moving the mouse to the second screen and back just doesn't feel fluid, it will be very jumpy for a few seconds then return to normal.
Overall, this mouse does not live up to expectations. This mouse is too expensive to be having these kinds of problems. I've used a Logitech M310 mouse for years and never run in to any similar issues. Given these issues, this mouse should cost around $30 rather than $80.
However, the thing I most like is how they made the mouse wheel action fully adjustable. It's amazing how I can use the Logitech Options app to customize how "clicky" turning the wheel is and how fast I need to spin it before it goes into free motion. I really appreciate the extra engineering effort and cleverness put into this little device and its tiny motors, just to make my mundane mouse experience a tiny bit better. Great job, Logitech!
Up until the MX Anywhere 2S, the overall shape stayed the same, it was a small mouse, but ergonomically it was great for the hand. This one however, they changed the shape. The left side of the mouse where there was a slight protrusion comparing to the right side was perfect for the thumb to place in a very natural position. Now left and right side are exactly the same. They also shrunk the width of the side concaved area where you fingers rest. It's just surprising how much difference that makes.
Now the holding gesture feels like you have to squeeze your finger toward the mouse with tension, which basically resulted in pain/discomfort within about half hr of use. I had to switch back to my old mouse.
Logitech, please for the love of god, stop changing designs that aren't broken, refresh them, update them, but if it works don't mess with it. Same with the G9x mouse I had for over 7 years. Every new Logitech gaming mouse I've tried feels unnatural and results in discomfort comparing to the G9x. Just bring that same shape back and I will buy it!
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The scroll wheel is killer! As a developer scrolling through many lines of code this thing is a life saver. It’s super smooth and whisper quiet.
If the MX Master 3 is too large for your hands and find it uncomfortable this is a fantastic alternative. I just wish they made something like this combined with the Model O and a horizontal scroll wheel (and maybe some more buttons)
My older Anywhere mouse takes a AAA battery while this new version has a built in lithium ion battery. I'm counting this as neutral because I actually like it when mice take standard batteries since they will almost last forever particularly if they're Logitech mice - when the battery dies you just replace it. On the other hand, having the battery built in (and charges via standard USB-C, thank you!) means you're thinking less about the battery as a single charge lasts extremely long.
The Anywhere 3 seems to lack any onboard storage for the USB dongle, my older version of the Anywhere has a little spot where the dongle clicks into it so it's pretty much impossible to lose in your bag or otherwise when not in use. I'm going to sorely miss this and count this as a negative. On the flipside, the older mouse absolutely requires the dongle while the Anywhere 3 does not - it can connect via bluetooth, which every laptop has, so you can actually just leave the dongle hooked up to your desktop at home and not even bother leaving the house with it in the first place. At the end of the day, I think the bluetooth connectivity (which works perfectly fine) makes the lack of onboard dongle storage kind of a wash.
Logitech seems have done away with including a storage/travel pouch with their Anywhere mice since I bought my last one. The only accessories included in the package are a decently long USB-C charging cable and the USB dongle. I like and always used the travel pouch that came with my old one, this is a bit of a disappointment but not enough for me to drop any stars.
The biggest improvement for me in use of this mouse, which I've been working with this afternoon for a while now, is the scroll wheel. The scroll wheel on the Anywhere 3 is a masterpiece. It's the smoothest scroll wheel I've ever used and the switch between ratcheting movement and free wheeling is seamless. You can force it not to do this, but I prefer leaving it in the mode where if you scroll at a low speed it stays ratcheting and automatically switches to free wheeling when spinning it rapidly - the changeover between the two modes is not unique to this mouse, but how seamless it does this is definitely the best I've used. The mouse can remember multiple different connections simultaneously and can be switched between them so if you use it across more than one PC you won't have to re-pair it which is pretty sweet.
Testing tracking on my glass surface desk, like all of Logitech MX mice that I have, it tracks perfectly fine directly on glass without a mouse pad. Still, I do prefer the feeling and tracking of the mouse when using it on a good quality mousepad (I use a very thin Logitech G mouse pad). I have zero reservations about the tracking performance of this mouse and I definitely appreciate the flexibility of it working on all surfaces, even glass, for a travel mouse where you're just not sure what surface you're going to want to work off of.
Build quality of the mouse is as good as it gets. All Logitech mice have great build qualities, and this is no exception. It's as comfortable as a mouse of this size could be to hold. All of the buttons are placed well and have good positive click feedback. The scroll wheel I already mentioned appears to be entirely made of metal. This mouse is definitely a bit heavier than the older generation of Anywhere mouse that I have but I actually like a bit of weight in my mice as it feels nice and solid, and cursor movements are easier to keep precise which is important for a productivity mouse.
Overall, this is a super mouse for travel. I wouldn't necessarily want to use it all day every day as my primary mouse at home because of the size and the fact that I have large man hands, but for a mouse to throw into your laptop bag when travelling it's perfect and I can't think of any reason not to totally recommend it for this purpose.