Logitech MX Master 3 Bluetooth Darkfield Mouse - Black

Model Number: 910-005647
Web Code: 13891227

Overview

Precision pointing and customized app profiles make the Logitech MX Master 3 bluetooth mouse ideal for engineering and technical use, or any application that requires exacting control. Its Darkfield 4000 DPI sensor pin-points your cursor and works on nearly any surface, even glass. Plus 7 programmable buttons do whatever you need them to.
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  • Right-handed mouse is ergonomically shaped with strategically placed thumb wheel and controls
  • Seven programmable buttons can be set to perform the actions you need them to
  • App-specific controls and customization options make using this mouse intuitive and efficient
  • Darkfield 4000 DPI sensor works on nearly any surface, even glass, for precision pointing
  • Flow cross-computer control seamlessly transfers text and files between Windows and macOs and between desktops and laptops
  • Full charge using USB C lasts up to 70 days, and a quick 1 minute charge provides up to 3 hours of use
  • Connect up to 3 devices via Bluetooth or the included USB receiver
  • Compatible with Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.13 or later, and Linux
Connectivity Type
Wired & Wireless
Connectivity
USB; Bluetooth
Contour Design
Right-Handed
Ergonomic Design
Yes
Tracking Technology
Darkfield
Wireless
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
Cord Length or Cordless Range
10 m
Track on Carpet
No
Track on Glass
Yes
Adjustable Weight
No
Compact Size
No
Built-in Wireless Receiver Compartment
Yes
Nano Wireless Receiver
Yes
Scroll Wheel
Yes
Number of Buttons (Including Scroll Wheel)
7
Programmable Buttons
7
Gesture Support
No
Maximum Sensor DPI
4000 dpi
Colour Family
Black
Colour
Black
Compatibility
Windows; macOS; Linux
System Requirements
USB Receiver - available USB port, Windows 7 & Later; Bluetooth - Bluetooth low energy, Windows 8 & Later; macOS 10.13 & Later; Linux

Battery

Rechargeable
Yes
Battery Life Indicator
Yes
Designed For Gaming
No
Approximate Battery Life
70 days
Designed For Laptops
No
Batteries Included
Yes

Dimension

Width
5.1 cm
Height
12.49 cm
Depth
8.43 cm
Weight
141 g
Width (Inches)
2.01 in
Height (Inches)
4.92 in
Depth (Inches)
3.32 in

  • Worthy Upgrade, Too Bad It’s Not In White
    by

    from Burnaby on November 7, 2019

    Purchased this product after accidentally purchasing the 2S. Amazon listed this product two days later, so I got a chance to compare and contrast the two. Aesthetically the white 2S looked much better on my white desk, in fact it was a perfect match. The light grey version of the 3, leaves me wishing that they released a white version with silver accents instead (the silver portions is akin to the silver of MacBooks or other Apple devices, the light grey portion does not match Apple devices). But considering the button placement of the 2S, I’d rather deal with the undesirable color of the 3, than stress my thumb to use the forward and back buttons on the 2S. Which leads to the ergonomics. The 3 has significantly better placement for my larger than average hands (my hands require an L or XL glove, due to finger length, I’m 6’1” with basketball player hands). On the 2S it required pulling my thumb so far back, that it initially felt like my thumb was going to dislocate (maybe if I used the joint of my thumb to press it, it would’ve been easier, but the buttons being stacked on top of each other on the 2S made it a bit difficult to target the button with the joint of my large fingers; using the tip my thumb was easier). On the 3 that isn’t a problem. However, the 3 causes the horizontal scroll wheel to be so high, that it also causes my thumb to be in an awkward / uncomfortable position when trying to scroll horizontally. Fortunately, I don’t require scrolling horizontally that often, and after awhile maybe I’ll learn better hand placement. Probably would’ve been better to put those buttons almost directly where the thumb rests (only slightly above), instead of completely above the thumb (therefore the horizontal scroll wheel could’ve been lower). It’s usable, just know it might cause some initial discomfort for large hands / long fingers. The vertical scroll wheel is great. Feels much better than the scroll wheel on the 2S, but it may take some fiddling with the Logitech Options program to get it to automatically switch to free scrolling based on your desired speed. The default setting switches it too easily, and the jump from ratcheted scrolling to free scrolling speed is significant. You might find yourself wanting to just scroll a few lines faster, and then suddenly you’re all the way at the bottom of a webpage. Also, upon the release Youtubers began posting their reviews, and many of them indicated that the scroll wheel is silent. That is not actually the case. In comparison to the 2S, it’s relatively silent (significantly more silent), in free scrolling mode it’s actually silent, but in ratcheting mode it can be clearly heard. Personally I find that pleasant, I was disappointed hearing what I basically interpreted as the mouse not giving any auditory feedback, but it indeed can be heard it’s just much lower than the MX mice before, and the feel of it is much more pleasant. Lastly, the software. The Logitech Options program failed to install on a Mac. It just hangs on the first try. This happened when I initially installed the software for the 2S. I had to force quit the install, uninstall the program, and then reinstall it. Upon installing it the second time, the install completed fine. When I eventually received the 3, the program would not recognize the new mouse and I couldn’t get it to register as a new device. I also could not remove the previous 2S, to be able to install the 3. So I then had to uninstall the program again, and upon installing the newer version that they just released, the program hung on the first install process again. So, I had to uninstall it for a third time, and reinstall it again. When the program reinstalled it showed no devices and I was able to add the 3 as a new device, registering it correctly. Perhaps this issue is because I am an Apple Developer, and am using a Developer Beta of macOS. Or maybe it’s just Logitech going through growing pains they’ll resolve later. But if you encounter an issue like me, know that it can be solved, it will just take patience. The one thing I haven’t figured out yet is, when installing the custom profiles so that the mouse switches behavior based on the application you are using ... I am not able to install the profile for Photoshop. The Safari, Chrome, and other profiles installed without a problem, only Photoshop did not. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Photoshop, no dice. I dread the thought of attempting to uninstall and reinstall Logitech Options again. Maybe I’ll try that next month when enough time has passed, and will update this review accordingly. Those quirks aside, I can honestly say that the 3 is a worthy upgrade. I’ll keep it until they release it in white or the 3s / 4, whichever comes first. But for now I’m as satisfied as I can be, and recommend it.


  • Comfortable high-performance mouse
    by Snarltoof

    on November 5, 2019

    I'm a huge fan of this mouse -- I like the way my hand rests on it and how the buttons are pretty much right where they need to be. They improved the scroll wheels and forward/back buttons over the MX Master 2. The vertical scroll wheel also seems a little more secure -- I'm heavy-handed and the previous mouse would let me accidentally click the center button function of the scroll wheel, but this one seems like the wheel is a bit more firm so that doesn't happen as easily. The forward and back buttons are a huge improvement; on the previous mouse, they were kind-of stacked so you had to feel for the correct button. Now they're more logically placed. The action is super smooth and very responsive. I feel like I have really precise control over where the cursor goes, making it easy to find the split arrows easily to resize columns, where a lot of other mouses make you kind-of hunt for the edge of your cells. The horizontal scroll wheel is very smooth and responsive. It makes it convenient to browse wide web pages on a smaller screen. Battery life is great. I've used it for about 2 weeks now without charging. Overall I'm really happy with this one -- it's become my primary mouse, and I keep it with me. It's a bit bigger than your normal travel mouse, but it's worth it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com


  • Perfectly Pairs with MX Keys
    by beerit

    on November 5, 2019

    This mouse fits so comfortably in your hand that it's almost as if you're not using one at all. The number of features of this mouse makes it so you barely need to move away from it to switch between tabs or screens, which makes this more user-friendly than any mouse I have used to date. I work from home so use my keyboard and my mouse more than the average user and am happy to have both of these in my arsenal. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com


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