Logitech MX Anywhere 3 has Dedicated Video Call Access Buttons

Logitech MX Anywhere 3 has Dedicated Video Call Access Buttons


Today Logitech has introduced the latest MX Anywhere 3 wireless mouse with an interesting pandemic-oriented tow feature. In today ‘s case, for most people, video conferences have replaced real meetings, which means sitting endlessly in front of your computer and mutating / unmutating yourself during the call. That should probably be a lot simpler with this new mouse from Logitech now.

The new MX Anywhere 3, the update to the MX Anywhere 2S this year, comes with customisable side buttons that can control your camera and microphone in video calls. Obviously, because the buttons can be configured, that means you can programme them instead to perform other tasks. The microphone power, however, sounds very interesting, at least to me.

Note that the feature on Microsoft Teams and Zoom calls allegedly only supports controlling the camera and microphone. So the MX Anywhere 3 should allow you to easily mute / unmute your mic and monitor your webcam with these buttons if your team uses one of these tools for remote meetings.

The MX Anywhere 3 carries all the features you can expect from a Logitech MX series mouse, aside from that very amazing feature. You get a sensor of 4,000 dpi, but the sensor can now monitor virtually any surface, even glass. The mouse can be linked simultaneously to up to 3 computers, and also copy paste content across these computers using Logitech’s app.

The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is priced in the United States at $79.99. Currently there is no news on when (or if) the mouse will launch in India.