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Logitech MX Master 2s Review 2023

We are working mostly either in corporate jobs, maintaining YouTube channels, or doing other productive stuff that requires stable, fast, and up-to-date technology to make us thrive in this blatant economy, and that’s where Logitech MX master 2s comes into play. Logitech MX Master 2s  is compatible with both, macOS and windows, it has some features like customization control and a powerful battery and it’s the very best Logitech flow about which we are going to talk briefly, along with a slight bit of factual comparison on whether to buy the older or newer version of it or just buy Logitech MX master 2s itself. In this Logitech MX Master 2s Review, we will cover it in detail.

It’s a great use for office work, and a must one too as it can work faster, and longer, and have features like Logitech flow to help you with those things.

Design and build

Logitech MX Master 2s  resembles that older version of itself very much but there are differences and upgrades still worth noticing. Logitech MX Master 2s  comes with some side buttons, and a thumb gesture button space and it is quite good for those with big hands, but from my and others’ experience, small hands don’t have that much trouble either.

It’s slightly heavy, would be better on the table, than carrying around, and comes off with a hole in the front side for the charger. Logitech MX Master 2s  has great ergonomics along with a smooth texture to not cause any fatigue or soreness.

Customization Control

 Logitech MX Master 2s  has this great feature that you can customize its controls, sensitivity, speed, and many other things as you see fit. Although many people have a problem with not having the numerical visualization of the customization, still it’s a feature worth the money.

This kind of physical customization lets you set the standards from your phone for you, and worth the pay, as I said.  You can have it customized and controlled in your way as you see fit, what can be cooler than this? So we’re moving on and the Logitech MX Master 2s Review is underway.

Super Battery 

Logitech claims to have a rechargeable 70 days battery, while a 3-minute charge would give you the whole day’s worth of battery. It’s true, there are bars at the side of the thumb space button and again, it shows bars instead of numerical digits or percentages and the latter would have been better.

You can plug the charger in and go for a pee or glass of water and you are done for the day. This is a plus point for other mice that sometimes take hours to charge and kick off, that’s why when it comes to charging and tension-free focused productive work, Logitech gets all the numbers. 

Logitech Flow

 This is a feature that has been in the talks for years of whether have been used or not, for me it’s cool, not useable but cool still. You can connect your mouse up to 3 connections from the same Wi-Fi, do little settings, and boom, you are free to move, copy cut any files from your iPod to your laptop and then to your PC.

It is moving the cursor freely from one pc to the next and so on. It saves a lot of time for the guy or the office worker in a lot of ways from allowing access to all three of the connections at one time to moving anything freely without any burden or something. 

[Logitech MX Master 2s Review] Conclusion

Logitech MX Master 2s  is arguably the best mouse you can have for following office work, or some productive video editing kind of work, better than its predecessor and more adjustable than buying a new generation.

For me, it’s the perfect some things cant can be made better, and things like a USB tape C port are available in the Logitech MX Master 3s, along with having a more elegant design and build but it seems best enough, considering the features and price of 99$, that it’s something that will not feel you missed out, it’s for me, it’s for you. 

[Logitech MX Master 2s Review] Pros and Cons


  • Powerful and fast-charged battery
  • Customization control
  • Logitech flow to help you move around with 3 connections at hand


  • Blatant bars instead of numerical percentage
  • Can’t work with the FPS games 
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