Following a number of notable releases, Logitech has managed to make a name for itself as one of the world's leading vendors of computer peripherals, having launched a series of products that brought innovation to end-users worldwide. From mainstream to the high-end segment, the Swiss outfit has become synonymous with high-quality products. As a matter of fact, we have to admit that, when looking for a new mouse, a keyboard and even a pair of headsets, Logitech's portfolio is probably one of the first places we look.
On that note, we begin today with our review of one of the company's more recent products, one that was launched
in mid-2009 and provided users with one of the outfit's latest technologies. We are talking about the Logitech Anywhere MX Mouse, which has been featured with the proprietary Darkfield technology.
According to the maker, this solution has been designed to enable consumers to take advantage of their Logitech mouse on virtually any surface, including glass. In addition, the new mouse also took advantage of another proprietary technology, namely one that permits users to connect both their mouse and keyboard to the same wireless receiver.
The peripheral was launched alongside the Performance MX mouse, which was designed for desktop users. The Anywhere MX model, on the other hand, focused on providing a choice for notebook users, featuring a smaller form factor, a Nano receiver that could be transported inside the mouse and a design that enabled it to be easily carried around in a notebook bag. For those that were already familiar with Logitech's notebook-purposed mice, the Anywhere MX model looks to have extended the company's expertise in this field, providing fresh features and enabling a smoother slide on different surfaces.
Now, with that in mind, we will proceed to the more detailed part of our review, looking at things like design, interface, overall experience and performance.