Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse Black

Work extra well with your mouse

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Delivered tomorrow
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Work extra well with your mouse

21,99


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Key specs

Connection type
Wireless
Mouse model
Standard
Left or right-handed
Right-handed
Dots per inch (DPI)
4000 dpi
Ergonomic design
Yes

Pros and cons

According to our mouse expert
  • Via Logitech Flow, you can use the mouse to control up to 3 computers simultaneously and exchange files between connected computers.
  • Thanks to the improved battery life, the MS Master 2S lasts up to 70 hours and charges very quickly.
  • The button and the horizontal scroll wheel allow for easy navigation and easy operation of advanced functions.
  • The computers connected via Logitech Flow must be in the same network.
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Description

The Logitech MX Master 2S is a luxury mouse aimed at ergonomics and functionality. In addition to the standard thumb buttons, the mouse has a horizontal scroll wheel and a button. These allow for easy navigation through large Excel file or 3D projects and provide fast access to advanced functions. Thanks to the Logitech Flow software, you can control up to 3 computers simultaneously with this mouse. How? Simply drag the mouse cursor to the edge of your screen and the mouse will automatically appear on your laptop screen, for instance. Via the right-click menu, you can exchange files between the connected computers. Contrary to its predecessor, the battery now lasts up to 70 days and just 3 minutes of charging is enough for an entire day's use.

The Logitech MX Master 2S is a luxury mouse aimed at ergonomics and functionality. In addition to the standard thumb buttons, the mouse has a horizontal scroll wheel and a button. These allow for easy navigation through large Excel file or 3D projects and provide fast access to advanced functions. Thanks to the Logitech Flow software, you can control up to 3 computers simultaneously with this mouse. How? Simply drag the mouse cursor to the edge of your screen and the mouse will automatically appear on your laptop screen, for instance. Via the right-click menu, you can exchange files between the connected computers. Contrary to its predecessor, the battery now lasts up to 70 days and just 3 minutes of charging is enough for an entire day's use.


Included by default

  • Manual (527.74 KB)
  • Unifying USB receiver
  • Micro USB charging cable

Included by default

  • Manual (527.74 KB)
  • Unifying USB receiver
  • Micro USB charging cable

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Key specs

Connection type
Wireless
Mouse model
Standard
Left or right-handed
Right-handed
Dots per inch (DPI)
4000 dpi
Ergonomic design
Yes

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Rating

Rating per section

Connection options
10,0
Ergonomics
9,2
Accuracy
10,0
Size
9,2
Design
8,8

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Most helpful reviews

3.5 / 5 stars
7,2/10

Great mouse, but ergonomically a decline

  • Nice
  • Easy software
  • Shape/ergonomics decline compared to MX Performance

The MX Master 2s is a nice mouse to look at and the shape itself is fine. It's just that in this class there are other mice that fit better in a hand than this one. Strangely enough, the ergonomics are a step backwards compared to the predecessor of this series, namely the MX Performance (I don't count the MX Master 2, the 2s is simply an overhaul after problems with the regular 2). The thumb buttons are oddly placed, as it apparently has to be operated with the back phalanx of your thumb. For the front phalanx, which you usually use, they are simply too far back. The 'ledge' that your ring finger half rests on on the MX Performance is no longer there, and when I miss it I notice how big the difference is. Logitech has chosen to add a horizontal scroll wheel to the MX Master 2, which will be one of the reasons that the thumb buttons have been moved back. It may be a godsend for regular editors and Excel users, but it will be of little use to most. I would rather they had just designed a separate mouse for these people, since by far the largest group is now the victims of this choice. The freewheel function allows for easy scrolling through long pages, and the smart-scrolling function ensures that it is activated automatically. For me this works perfectly. Unfortunately, other manufacturers don't have this feature, which means Logitech is the only choice for me. Compared to the MX Performance, switching between regular mode and freewheel works by means of an electrical construct, and I wonder if this will continue to work well. I rather rely on mechanical solutions in this regard. The advantage of the electrical solution is that you can reprogram the button. Logitech has switched software suite from Setpoint to Options. It took me a while to realize that this was really about a new software suite by the generic name. Personally, I do regret not having all my Logitech input devices in the same suite now. But Options itself works fine and is user-friendly. Once you've set up your mouse, you don't need to see it anymore, of course. Overall, the Master 2s is a fine mouse, but we've seen better, including from Logitech itself. Hopefully they will rethink the ideas behind the design, because in fact the MX series has only deteriorated since the Revolution, both in ergonomics and build quality. Technically it is all better, but the ergonomics are what the user actually notices with this kind of productivity mice that are not aimed at mouse-intensive things like gaming. If you can really use a second scroll wheel and are looking for something in this segment, it can be recommended. If not, I'd look into something else. Other Logitech mice also have a freewheel option, so that's not the reason for choosing this mouse. I bought an M720, which is now my most used mouse.

  • Rajesh
  • 10 May 2019
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4.5 / 5 stars
9,2/10

Good mouse, bad support on Linux

  • Good weight
  • Feels nice in the hand
  • No support for Linux from Logitech

The pros and cons should say it all, but this mouse doesn't work on Linux by default. Logitech Options, the software that allows you to change the buttons on your mouse, does not have a Linux version (Windows and MacOS only). It is possible to connect your mouse using the Logitech Unifying Receiver and Solaar (https://pwr.github.io/Solaar/), but this does not allow you to set any further options and does not display the battery level. If you don't want to use Solaar, you can connect with the mouse by holding down the button to change the channel and then pairing with the mouse via bluetoothctl, but that is of course not useful for the general user. I have not tried to pair the mouse via the Bluetooth GUI interface.

  • Mitchell
  • 28 July 2017
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
9,6/10

Ergonomic mouse that does its job.

  • Sturdy mouse, no plastic rubbish.
  • Fits well in the hand
  • Both click pads run to the bottom of the mouse, this can sometimes snag on a keyboard edge.n.

Fits well in the hand, works well and I now own three.

  • Ben j. ten brink
  • 7 January 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Fits well and works immediately

  • Works immediately
  • Both bluetooth and dongle
  • Logitech software is a requirement for the extra buttons

Works immediately and fits well in the hand.

  • Gabriel sanchez
  • 2 December 2019
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Top! Just order and experience it!

  • Ergonomics
  • design

Very pleasant even after a few hours and switching between different computers is very handy

  • Martijn h&w makelaars
  • 30 March 2019
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Buy, if you need a new mouse... Buy.

  • Nice ergonomics, it almost slides into your hand
  • Super Accurate

OK, I admit it, I've used the cheapest mice all my life, just because I didn't care. That thing just has to work. No more. However? Well, I now have the MX Master and feel like a king. What a lovely mouse this is. Nice in the hand, super sharp to set, of course way too many buttons for me, but I really can't find a single flaw

  • Sybrand de jager
  • 9 July 2019
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Good mouse, but at the price

  • Connect 3 devices
  • easy switching with Flow
  • price

Great mouse, battery life is very good and it's great to operate with multiple devices. I use this mouse for 2 laptops and 1 PC. With the new Logitech Flow function, also very easy to control 3 PCs without having to switch.

  • Henk
  • 6 July 2017
  • Automatically translated from Dutch