- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: Physical tour
- Page 3: Comfort
- Page 4: Connectivity
- Page 5: Battery
- Page 6: Wrap up
We’ve all seen wireless mice before – from those with a dongle to those Bluetooth ones, from a cheapo China mouse to highest quality gaming mice. And most of us have heard or know what KVM is – it’s a switch where multiple computers share one set of keyboard and mouse. There are certain software to do this now instead of having a physical switch and more cables, but those require some special setup. Enter the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 – this is the modern mouse for KVM setups.
Here’s the packaging – it’s classy, and has a flap where the mouse is enclosed in molded plastic. You can get a feel of the mouse itself through the plastic too – although there are some cardboard blocking the wrist and making it quite difficult to feel the mouse completely.
The mouse itself comes in a simple packaging – one Unifying dongle, some documentations, a neat micro USB cable, and the MX Anywhere 2 mouse itself.