Logitech MX Master 3 Bluetooth Darkfield Mouse for Mac - Space Grey
- Compatible with MacOS, iOS, Windows, and Android devices
- Darkfield tracking technology works nearly on any surface, including glass
- 4000 DPI sensor ensures accurate targeting and manoeuvres on the screen
- MagSpeed scrolling technology operates quickly and silently while scrolling through documents or your social media feed
- Your favourite macOS gestures work while using the mouse on a Mac device; also allows button customisations for MacOS 2 and iPadOS
- Convenient Flow technology lets you transfer files, images, folders, and much more across multiple Mac devices in a single fluid workflow
- Bluetooth connectivity quickly pairs up with your devices in a range of 10 metres
- Included rechargeable lithium polymer battery gives up to 70 days of power (depending on usage) when fully recharged, plus a quick recharge of 1 minute offers up to 3 hours of runtime
- Compatible with macOS, iPadOS, Android
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Of the 804 reviewers who responded, 752 would recommend this product.
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- Best Mouse I've Ever Used- July 17, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have always loved Logitech (Logi) for their peripherals and accessories. This mouse is no exception. Quality is unmatched. From the metallic scroll wheels to the easily accessible multi-use buttons, quality all the way. It is incredibly comfortable and form fitting. with two scroll wheels (classic index finger for up/down) and a thumb scroll for left/right, you can get anywhere quickly. One of my favorite features is the button above the index scroll where you can either have a ratchet feedback or undo that for smooth scrolling. I prefer the ratchet but my wife prefers the free scroll. The default buttons should be fine for most casual users, but with the app, you can easily customize pretty much every aspect to meet your specific needs. While I rarely give five stars, I can find no reason to give this MX Master 3 anything less. End of the day, I would highly recommend this to a friend. **PLEASE NOTE** This product was provided to me in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. This is exactly that. 100% Honest and unbiased.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good product- April 29, 2022
This product is great the only complain i have is the price its very expensive $100 for a mouse that exaggeratedYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Versatile, Comfortable Mouse w/ Mac OS Gestures- July 12, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Logitech - MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse for Mac is a comfortable, versatile mouse, with even more MacOS specific gestures available online at the Logitech Options Website. Featuring a 4000 DPI laser sensor, it will outperform virtually every mouse designed for desktop applications. Easy Switch, located on the bottom of the mouse, enables instant switching between 3) computers or iPads. The Gesture button is a great feature. Press your thumb down to open Mission Control & display Launchpad on MacOS. My default mouse is the Logitech G903 Lightspeed Gaming Mouse with PowerPlay. It features an insane 12,000 DPI output & charges continuously when placed or used on the PowerPlay mouse pad. While the versatility & comfort of the MX Master 3 is superior to the G903, the difference in precision moves is noticeable. The G903 dominates, as it was designed to do. The MX master features a built-in rechargeable battery. Charge it by simply connecting a USB-C cable (USB-C to USB-C cable is included; however a USB-C to USB cable that I needed to connect to my Mac Pro is not included). The battery life is phenomenal & it sends an alert well in advance when recharging is needed. CONCLUSION: The Logitech - MX Master 3 Wireless Laser Mouse for Mac will satisfy all but the most demanding (primarily gaming) applications. It's extreme versatility makes it a mouse that will remain on my desktop, along with the Logitech G903. Recommended.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Apple Mac fans rejoice !!- July 15, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This new MX Master 3 now has a Mac-specific version that brings power and customization that Apple’s minimalist Magic Mouse seems to ignore. The feel in my hand is perfect and ‘fits like a glove’. Logitech has a companion app that lets you customize specific Apps, and the Fast Switch button lets you click a button to move between devices (MBP, iPad w/iOS mouse support, iMac, even Windows). I’ve used many Logitech products, but this is easily one of the nicest I’ve reviewed. PROS ——— + impeccable ergonomics + 4,000 DPI laser sensor + incredibly precise tracking + seemingly unlimited battery + Good button responsiveness + Scroll wheel is solidly notched + Fast switch between 3 devices + Horizontal scrolling side button + Space grey color matches MBP, iPad + USB-C cable allows charing during usage + Side buttons can be assigned to Forward / Back + Configurable App specific shortcuts (Photoshop, etc) CONS _______ -lack of (battery draining) RGB gaming lighting -thumb button layout designed only for right handed usage (not left pinky) -not quite as fast as MBP 2015 trackpad, maybe it can’t keep up -“Flow Control” behaved slightly quirky for me, but not a deal-breaker -usually I have 50-60% cons as pros, but not here, this is really NICE !! CONCLUSION ——————— One of, if not ‘THE’ nicest mouse I’ve used on any platform. And because it’s made for Mac makes it all that much better. Logitech hit a home run on this product.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Smooth- July 18, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Nicely done. I've used MX mice on windows devices for years, they are one my favorite mice, I love the ability to switch between devices, which continues with this MX for Mac. I'm primarily using it on a iPad G7 (newest) with iOS 13.5.1, you need at least iOS 13.4 to provide full Mouse/Trackpad support (and it's a huge change for the better). Apple put some real thought into adding Mouse/Track pac support for touch devices. The MX for MAC is a Bluetooth device, it must be paired with you apple device, before it can be used. This is pretty easy, from settings (image 1), select Bluetooth start scanning for devices you should see MX Master 3 Mac, if you don't turn over you mouse and hold in the bottom button under the 1 2 3 (this is where you can select multiple devices to connect to) for about 5s, the LED by the #1 should start blinking rapidly. Once you see the "MX mouse" on the list of devices, select that name (not using mouse yet). After a couple of seconds it will show that you are now connected to your mouse (image 2). Now as you move you mouse around the screen you will see a white or gray dot on the screen (image 3), not an arrow like windows. When you hover over a clickable area it will pop-up and, when you over a scrollable area the cursor will change to a gray/white line (image 4). Again different from windows. And on the MX mouse you have 2 scrolling wheels, the front center wheel moves content up/down, and the smaller scrolling wheel, closest to your thumb controls side scroll (when available). The center scrolling wheel, moves with precision when moved slowly, but when moved quickly and it allows you to scroll VERY quickly if you move it fast. On the front of the mouse us a USB-C connector (image 6) (USB-C to USB-C cable provided) for charging. A full charge is supposed to last 70 days, based on my use of other MX mice this is accurate. One of my favorite feature of the MX mouse is it ability to pair with multiple devices, I paired mine with Raspberry Pi4, and MacBook Air without any problems. I could move from one to another smoothly with the button below the 1 2 3 on the bottom of the mouse ( I wish this button was accessible from the top of the mouse, as you must pick up the mouse to switch between devices) but no big deal. When multiple Apple devices are used can automatically drag between the devices (pretty cool, I did not expect this, it makes cutting and pasting between device very easy. I used the muse on a leather surface, a marble counter and a glass table, all worked flawlessly, I did not expect the glass surface to work as well as it did. The mouse is VERY accurate, I'm quite impressed, it feels good in my, a fairly large hand, But to get a second opinion I had my wife try it, and she also found it comfortable, but a bit heavy (I hadn't noticed, as it slides very smoothly). I also tried it with windows, and Windows 10 prompted to install a Logitech mouse utility, which allowed for the shortcut button to be programed and for some left/right hand features to be changed. I found it worked just as well under windows as it did with my Apple devices. Another great product from Logitech, And I wouldn't mind a version that could support 4 or 5 connected devices (maybe I'm not normal, like my wife says all the time. ;-)Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.