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Logitech MX Master 3 Gets You the Speed You Need

A mouse is something essential for computers, and most of them are just not comfortable and fast enough. If you work with a computer, you know how important this is. Well, Logitech has made it, the new MX Master 3 is the fastest and more precise mouse you were expecting, and it’s actually much more than a regular mouse. If you are a designer or a coder, and you may work across multiple screens, then this will definitely make your job easier. Not to mention that it’s a wireless mouse, it connects via Bluetooth.

Hyper-fast and precise

You can work super fast with it, as the new scroll wheel, MagSpeed Electromagnetic scrolling can scroll a thousand lines in just a second. Not to mention that it is also five times more precise than a regular mouse, thanks to its 4000 DPI precision, you will always be hitting the right pixel. You will be able to track on virtually any surface as it counts with Logitech Darkfield Tracking.

Logitech MX Master 3

It’s also quieter than most mouses. You will barely hear it. The design was created to work comfortably, and the mouse perfectly follows the shape of the palm. Besides the regular right/left click and scroll wheel, this mouse also features a front/back, gesture buttons, and a thumbwheel to scroll horizontally. It has a total of 7 buttons, which

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you can customize and configure differently depending on the apps you are using. This way, you can make your workflow faster and easier. The buttons come with predefined customization for the following apps: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Google Chrome, Safari, and Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Edge. But you can customize them again as you like.

Control multiple computers and multi-OS

The Logitech MX Master 3 is optimized for Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can also pair up to three devices at once, and it can be between desktop and laptop computers. The mouse also comes with an Easy-Switch button, to switch between the devices easily and without further delays.

Just by taking the cursor to the edge of the screen, you will be able to control multiple computers with the Flow-enabled MX Master 3. What you can also do between computers is transfer files, images, etc., it doesn’t matter if you have different operating systems on your devices. Just copy the file on one and paste it to on the other computer, simple as that.

Easy to charge

The MX Master 3 comes with a USB-C charging cable to power it up. It has a rechargeable Li-Po (500 mAh) battery. You can use it up to 70 days with a single full charge. But, if you are in a hurry, you can do a quick charge for only one minute, and you’d still get to use it for 3 hours actively. To connect it to your devices, you will need Bluetooth low energy technology and an available USB port for the USB receiver.

Responsible packaging

Logitech has compromised with the environment this time. If we compare this mouse’s packaging to previous ones, we’ll notice they are using now 90% less packaging plastic and results in a 14% reduction in lifecycle carbon.

Availability

The MX Master 3 is available in graphite or mid-grey color, and you can find it on the official Logitech page at $99.99. You can also purchase it from online retailers at the same price like, for instance, Amazon and others. If you’re on a budget you can get the slightly older version for about half the price of the Master 3.


YouTube: MX Master 3 – Advanced wireless mouse – Tutorial on app-specific settings

Photo credits: All images used are owned by Logitech and were provided for press usage.
Source: Logitech product websites and press release
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Paulina Castro
Paulina Castro
Hi! I'm Paulina, tech and gaming journalist here. I love everything related to tech, gaming, comic books, anime, photography and cats. I hope you enjoyed my article!

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