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Logitech MX Master 3

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  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Great mobile mouse with Bluetooth, USB-C, fast charging and freely scrolling scroll wheel (MagSpeed).
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Fantastic!
    Feeling
    Quality
    Battery
    Technology
    Best of all time
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Love this mouse. Obtained one for the office after having master 2s for one year. Very nice development on the world's best mouse. The scroll wheels are wonderful to use and the ergonomic shape helps my broken right hand to relieve pain after each work day. Got one more for the home office, so damn wonderful it is! Just buy.
  • Good
    7 months ago
    Updated: 5 months ago
    + Battery life
    + Good functionality and programming
    - Click resistance
    - Too heavy for a lot of movement
    - It probably doesn't fit smaller hands

    If mainly drawn by stars due to heavier / size and relatively high button resistance, these are no problem then the mouse is superb.

    From a purely functional point of view, this is very good. Two scroll wheels open many possibilities, the same with an extra button that activates optional functions when moving the mouse forward / back / left / right (like how to swipe with two / three fingers on a trackpad). If you can customize the buttons for specific programs, the mouse will automatically switch depending on what you do.

    Battery life is good (have not tested this for so long, but on paper it is good enough that you never have to think about it). On top of this, it can be connected via both Bluetooth and Logitech's USB adapter, and has switching so you can control several devices at the same time.

    However, this does not fit all p.g.a. the hardness / inertia of the buttons, as well as the weight and size of the mouse. Think this is a bit of a miss by Logitech.

    If you do not have larger hands and reach left / right-click far ahead, the resistance of these will be relatively high (my cheap Logitech M310 and some Razor mice have much smaller / more comfortable click resistance towards the middle of the left / right buttons), you will on the far front, on the other hand, it is soft and works well. Remaining buttons (three buttons on the side and scroll clicks) also have more resistance than I prefer (and than many other mice have).

    The scroll wheel itself is larger than many others which means more finger movement. It is also made of metal which I think (or objectively?) Gives poor grip compared to rubbery scroll wheels; with rubber scroll can easily put your finger anywhere (the top, side, bottom, with your fingernail, etc.) and get a grip, but with this scroll wheel you have to put your finger on the top. Metal is certainly needed for magnetic control, but if possible, a rubber bearing on the outside would be a clear improvement.

    The mouse is also heavier than I prefer, which means it becomes plump when you raise it a few times a day. On top of that, the mouse is quite large (quite tall and tall), which doesn't really fit my hands. Scrolling gets weird because the height, and the grip combined with the weight make it disruptive to use for longer periods.
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Updated: 5 months ago
    Perfect!
    Had MX Master 1 before which is also a superb mouse.
    This raises the level even higher, the scroll wheel is fantastic. Completely silent, though you know the click of course. Fast scrolling turns to free wheel that rolls fast.
    USB C! At last I am completely rid of all microusb units throughout the house, so now I do not have to keep a charger of my own on the desk just for the mouse.
    From a freshness point of view, it was good that they chose a scroll wheel made entirely of metal. That is, no rubberized parts for increased resistance. The front and rear buttons are much better placed compared to Mx Master 1 and 2.
  • Very good
    5 months ago
    Certainly a good mouse but does not fit my hand any further. Maybe if you have smaller hands. Should test their 2S model instead of having known it in store and it seems to sit better.
  • Decent
    6 months ago
    Agree with papsliko1 below. It's a strange angle / slope on the mouse that feels unnatural to me. Almost so you can hold your hand at a 90 degree angle at the knuckles. Otherwise it breathes quality and the scroll wheel is nice which can scroll long distances easily.
  • Perfect
    6 months ago
    The bell-shaped product, a must for every Caddare.
  • Acceptable
    7 months ago
    Bought the mouse but had to return it. The material and angle of the slope on the right side of the mouse where holding my fingers in combination with my dry hands made it impossible for me to lift the mouse comfortably. In terms of quality, it felt good the short time I had it.
  • Good
    9 months ago
    Updated: 7 months ago
    Am used to a Logitech mouse (Performance MX) from the MX800 package so I compare it a bit.

    + USB-C charging. Charging should last for 70 days, it says, it seems right, I have not charged it since I bought it.
    + Pretty comfortable. Nothing for petting hands though.

    - The mouse buttons are significantly more loud than the MX800 variant, maybe twice as loud even I want quiet stuff and disturb me a little on this.
    - The scroll wheel I think activates the "turbo mode" far too quickly, it may be a habit though.
    - Unifiying the receiver is still extremely interference-sensitive. After all these years of having them, I still haven't found a single computer I can have it plugged in with, but I have to have it in a USB extension cord for the mouse pointer not to hack and fix.