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YES it did! You can change this via Logitech Options software utility. You select your mouse, click "Point & Scroll", then under "SmartShift" change that to Disabled. When you do that the auto-switching from ratcheting scrolling to smooth scrolling will STOP. The small button under the scroll wheel will then MANUALLY s… see more YES it did! You can change this via Logitech Options software utility. You select your mouse, click "Point & Scroll", then under "SmartShift" change that to Disabled. When you do that the auto-switching from ratcheting scrolling to smooth scrolling will STOP. The small button under the scroll wheel will then MANUALLY switch between the two scrolling options. I'm on the fence with this one to be honest: I paid $72 back to Logitech to essentially replace my MX Master Pro JUST to fix this vexing problem. This mouse appears to be the same as the MX Pro in all aspects to they made a few "under-the-hood" changes and fixed this issue. So in the end it is fixed and I'm glad for that anyway. I never found the auto-switching between scrolling modes to be very useful and never liked that to begin with. see less YES it did! You can change this via Logitech Options software utility. You select your mouse, click "Point & Scroll", then under "SmartShift" change that to Disabled. When you do that the auto-switching from ratcheting scrolling to smooth scrolling will STOP. The small button under the scroll wheel will then MANUALLY switch between the two scrolling options. I'm on the fence with this one to be honest: I paid $72 back to Logitech to essentially replace my MX Master Pro JUST to fix this vexing problem. This mouse appears to be the same as the MX Pro in all aspects to they made a few "under-the-hood" changes and fixed this issue. So in the end it is fixed and I'm glad for that anyway. I never found the auto-switching between scrolling modes to be very useful and never liked that to begin with.
Greg
· July 29, 2019
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The big difference for me is the ability to control two computers. With one 2S mouse and a Unifying Receiver on each system, you can simply move the cursor between systems as easily as moving a cursor between multiple monitors. (this works on up to 3 systems w/receivers of course) And if both system are on a network y… see more The big difference for me is the ability to control two computers. With one 2S mouse and a Unifying Receiver on each system, you can simply move the cursor between systems as easily as moving a cursor between multiple monitors. (this works on up to 3 systems w/receivers of course) And if both system are on a network you can copy/paste between systems. Also a plus on the 2S is battery life is supposed to be 10 times longer, than the MX Master. And the MX Master was already great battery-wise. I just got mine yesterday so I can't vouch for the 10 times longer battery life but for me that wasn't the reason for purchase. see less The big difference for me is the ability to control two computers. With one 2S mouse and a Unifying Receiver on each system, you can simply move the cursor between systems as easily as moving a cursor between multiple monitors. (this works on up to 3 systems w/receivers of course) And if both system are on a network you can copy/paste between systems. Also a plus on the 2S is battery life is supposed to be 10 times longer, than the MX Master. And the MX Master was already great battery-wise. I just got mine yesterday so I can't vouch for the 10 times longer battery life but for me that wasn't the reason for purchase.
Richard Watts
· July 20, 2017
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You can use either the unifying receiver or bluetooth (or both). You can use on Windows and Mac. I've so far been using the button on the bottom to select which computer I want to control, but if you install their software it can seamlessly switch between them and even cut/paste across the two computers, but the seamle… see more You can use either the unifying receiver or bluetooth (or both). You can use on Windows and Mac. I've so far been using the button on the bottom to select which computer I want to control, but if you install their software it can seamlessly switch between them and even cut/paste across the two computers, but the seamless switching and sharing only works if both computers are on the same WiFi and both computers have the Logitech software as the Logitech software is going to need to communicate across the two installations and handle all the advanced functionality. I have the software installed, but usually one of my computers is on a work network and the other on my home network, so I haven't played with the Flow functions much. Like I said, simple button on the bottom lets you switch between three computers and I find that sufficient and easy and uncomplicated :) see less You can use either the unifying receiver or bluetooth (or both). You can use on Windows and Mac. I've so far been using the button on the bottom to select which computer I want to control, but if you install their software it can seamlessly switch between them and even cut/paste across the two computers, but the seamless switching and sharing only works if both computers are on the same WiFi and both computers have the Logitech software as the Logitech software is going to need to communicate across the two installations and handle all the advanced functionality. I have the software installed, but usually one of my computers is on a work network and the other on my home network, so I haven't played with the Flow functions much. Like I said, simple button on the bottom lets you switch between three computers and I find that sufficient and easy and uncomplicated :)
Brett Branch
· July 16, 2017
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Yes, it includes. And you can use it while charging.
Rodrigo
· August 21, 2017
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Yes, It is 2 plus a wheel. Yes, is the large thumb area clickable. I like the performance for working and navigation. For gaming the razer is better.
Tiago P.
· August 10, 2017
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nope... unless your hands are dirty
J. Kim
· November 24, 2017
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Es el MX Master 2S
Amazon Customer
· September 26, 2019
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check out the Redragon M901 Gaming Mouse
bdubs
· December 17, 2018
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Yes, it works!
mk
· March 16, 2019
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Probably not. I think the flow software is is their free version of software such as Synergy. Synergy is not free and is available for Windows and Linux. Not sure if flow work with any thing other than windows.
Dean Craig
· December 4, 2020