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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse Review

by Sumit Chauhan
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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse

The Logitech MX Master wireless mouse is the new flagship providing and delivers precise tracking, loads of connectivity options, buttons and controls and a new enhanced scrolling mechanism.

Presumably replacing the Logitech Performance Mouse MX, the new MX Master presents a variety of new features like an improved central scroll wheel, a gesture pad, side scrolling button and different options, all inside a similar bulbous design that appears like a posh ladies bottom from one angle and an octopus head from another.

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse: Design

The Logitech MX Master is a palm-grip mouse with substantial thumb support. Which means it provides a broad, tall design that cradles the user’s palm, whereas a gorge along the left side of the mouse gives a comfortable nook for the user’s thumb. This design offers loads of contact between the user’s hand and the mouse, which implies tiresome pressure points are less likely to form.

The Logitech MX Master is a palm grip mouse and it is really slightly bigger than its predecessor, measuring 85.7mm wide, 126mm long and 48.4mm tall in comparison with 83.5mm wide, 128.3mm long and 47mm wide. The weight is nearly the same though the Logitech MX Master is a fraction lighter at 145 grams against 147g of the Logitech MX Performance.

The top of the mouse, which is nearly entirely black, features the main left and right buttons, in addition to the scroll wheel. At the centre sits a small, sq. button, known as “manual shift”, which controls the wheel.

Far more unusual is the left side of the Logitech MX Master. Towards the top is a thumb wheel, which neighbours a pair of long, angular buttons formed vaguely like arrowheads. Beneath this group is the textured thumb rest, which doubles up as what Logitech calls the “gesture” button. A trio of LED lights that point out battery life sit simply in front of this.

On the Logitech MX Master, underbelly is the power switch, connect button and Darkfield sensor, as well as a circular key topped by the numbers 1, 2 and 3. That is the “Easy-Switch” control, which lets you bounce between as much as 3 paired units with a simple push of the button. In the direction of the front of the bottom is a Micro-USB port, used for charging.

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse: Connectivity

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse Connectivity

The Logitech MX Master offers dual connectivity utilizing what Logitech call ‘EasySwitch’. Users are free to attach through the included Logitech Unifying receiver or use Bluetooth technology to pair the Logitech MX Master with up to 3 units.

The n, the Logitech Easy-Switch technology allows you to switch between every device with the touch of a button. The EasySwitch is found on the bottom of the mouse and is numbered 1, 2, 3 and the number you’re utilizing will be backlit.

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse: Battery

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse Battery

Powering the older Logitech MX Performance was a single AA rechargeable battery which might last 1 month earlier than running flat. The Logitech MX Master on the other hand has been up to date with a rechargeable Li-Po battery for increased battery life from one month to an estimated forty days, depending on usage.

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse: Performance

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse Performance

Obviously you have to be comfy with a palm style mouse to like the Logitech MX Master, but if you’re then the re’s a good chance you’ll like it. The Logitech MX Master is a large mouse but it does not really feel.

The design is also more ergonomic. Logitech says that the Logitech MX Master features a completely sculpted shape that helps your hand and wrist in a comfy, natural position. That is not all marketing BS either, the mouse is amazingly nicely designed for comfort.

Performance-wise the Logitech MX Master is as good. It is precise and highly customizable. The lift-off distance is about 3 mm though it’s unlikely you’ll be selecting it up much. The Darkfield Laser sensor works as anticipated as the Logitech MX Master tracked flawlessly on a range of surfaces.

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse: Verdict

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse

Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse Verdict

Anyone who wants a premium mouse to accompany their mechanical keyboard. Its combination of button, sensor, and wireless connection choices are unparalleled, and the mouse is comfortable to use every day.


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