I have that track ball at work on a windows machine and it works well. Its a real wrist saver, my wrist was getting really bad from using a mouse at work all day that track ball was a life saver.I used these through my mbp in claimshell with no problems. I was also using a thunderbolt monitor.
The mouse I posted is Bluetooth. My windows machine at work is USB 2.Are you using USB 3.0/3.1 gen1 or USB 3.1 gen2?
I worded that poorly. I meant to ask if, when having connectivity issues, if any USB 3.1 devices are being used or a 3.1 cable is plugged into the computer.The mouse I posted is Bluetooth. My windows machine at work is USB 2.
I had the same mouse you do and loved it. I now have the larger version, the MX Master, and it's flawless as well via bluetooth. And shockingly enough, the Logitech Options software isn't half bad either!I use the MX Anywhere 2 mouse and it's great!
Battery life is crazy good and never had any issues connecting etc
I have this mouse and I dont use it. Its just too small and was engineered without thought to the shape and size of the hand. Yes, its great as a stop-gap while traveling but it is not better that the Magic Mouse which is engineered properly.I bought a
Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T631 for Mac
and luv it..
rechargeable also has switch to use on 2 different computers