Logitech is found on many desktops, both gamer and spreadsheet slaves often choose this familiar name in peripherals. The Tech Report looks at two wireless mice aimed at those who use their mice to make money as opposed to war, the larger MX Master and the smaller and more portable MX Anywhere 2. Both these mice can have up to three profiles to let you move between different PCs, letting you save base station or Bluetooth 4 connections and swap them at the press of a button. Check out how they perform in their duties in the full review.
"Logitech's MX Master and MX Anywhere 2 mice represent the pinnacle of the company's productivity-oriented pointing devices. We spent some hand time with each one to see whether they're truly the overlords of the office."
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