Does the Logitech MX Master live up to the legend of the Performance MX, or is it just a cash grab? Watch to find out.
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"Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse
A precision instrument for masters of their craft
Logitech’s flagship mouse is designed to provide the ultimate experience for power users and masters of their craft who want to get more done, more efficiently. MX Master offers advanced features and a stunning design, optimized for Windows and Mac. Enjoy ultimate comfort, control, precision and customization.
The perfectly crafted, hand-sculpted shape* of this comfort mouse is contoured to support your hand and wrist in a natural position. Well-positioned buttons and wheels enable fine-motion control and a fluid experience.
*Mouse mold manufactured from an original hand sculpted design.
**Advanced features require software installation, download available at our website.
***Based on six-hour daily office use. Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions."
- USB port and/or Bluetooth Smart enabled device
USB port: Windows 7, Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.8 or later
Bluetooth Smart: Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.10 or later
- Internet connection for software download
Comfortable contoured shape
Smart speed-adaptive scroll wheel
Unique thumb wheel for horizontal navigation and advanced gestures**
Dual connectivity via Logitech Unifying receiver or via Bluetooth Smart technology
Easy-Switch: pair up to 3 computers and easily switch between them
Darkfield Laser Sensor tracks flawlessly anywhere, even on glass
Rechargeable battery with up to 40 days power on a single charge.*** Fast charging."
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Hi there, good review. I've heard people's experience saying this mouse has issues with new Mac operating systems. I'm using MacBook Pro 2012 with Mac OS Sierra 10.12.4 and people have had issues using this on Sierra. I need a mouse for comfort and horizontal scrolling like the MX master one has on the side. Any advice on this matter. Or anyone else who could help much appreciated.
If i use the USB receiver instead of Bluetooth connection will it work fine?
!!!HELP How do you connect this mouse to several pcs thru the usb? or reset the current ones. I have this, bought it for work, worked great then i brought it home, plugged into my laptop, still worked great then took it back to work and now it wont connect on my work comp. manual says to connect another pc, select channel, press connect, plug in usb then it should pair but it wont. iiiHELP great mouse tho
+EposVox That's the thing though, it dosen't.
channel 1 just flashes and no response on my work desktop. I come home, plug it into my laptop and boom. I just realized, my laptop has the usb plugged but the mouse is connected via wireless so its not using the USB at all. I have tried moving to channel 2 (because obviously channel 1 is my laptop) then pressing connect then plug in the usb and nothing happens. maybe my usb reciever is fucked.
I remember having the original MX. I found the recharging cord to be a right stuff around Ronald to plug in. Then the infinite scroll eventually went monkey balls and would scroll on its own.
I wonder if this one will hold up a bit better? Might just pick one up and wrap my snake squeezer around it.
Hope the Bluetooth doesn't radiate my balls too much.
The lack of a charging dock is actually a big complaint I'm having a few months later. The battery lasts a long time, but when it does die I'm struggling to find somewhere to plug it in. Thankfully it charges quick.
I heard another reviewer complaining that the infinite scroll wouldn't lock back to the normal scroll for them - but I'd say that has to be a defect on their unit. I've not heard anyone else with that complaint and I've been using and abusing this thing for like 12+ hours a day every day since I got it and I've had 0 issues.
I have used this mouse now for a week it feels good in hand and programmable buttons are great, but you can very easily scratch that rubberized looking material with your finger nails by an accident and make small but visible scratches. Also these "pads" under the mouse are made of fragile material and after a day use without a mouse pad they look like ten-year-old with so so many small scratches. :(
mine just arrived today, immediately tested the gaming performance of it because that's the only thing where reviewers said it wouldn't be great. It's not the intended use for the mouse, that's for sure, but it's not bad. My previous mouse was a Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse, it had a max DPI of 2000, and a polling rate (over USB wire) of 500hz whereas this is 1600 max DPI and 125hz polling rate I believe. So yes my old mouse is technically more responsive, but most gamers wouldn't notice. For one it certainly tracks better than my old mouse (less jerky, more predictable) and secondly, unless you are a competitive gamer going for competitions etc. 125hz seems enough (keep in mind it's around twice what your monitor is probably displaying). I mostly play Dota 2 but I didn't do much better or worse in CS:GO or CoDMW3 with this mouse after some time playing with the mouse. The buttons are a bit awkward but it's not a dealbreaker. So yeah that's gaming, for productivity... this is king.
+Pieter Rossouw Thanks for the input. Since the review, I've used it for MMOs out of laziness to switch mice and loved it. Not too keen on it for shooters, but I could get used to it. Comfort is definitely better on this.
+Yūrei Otaku Gaming Originally I was going to put it out this week, but XTracPads actually ended up promoting the giveaway on their social media, so I'm giving it another week to get any additional entries in.
I'm hoping to get it together to release next week announcing the winners.
+The Phantom Rarely ever are the amount of pros and cons equal. If they're equal, then you're just forcing equality where it doesn't exist. I mentioned the negative things or slight irritations I had with the mouse, that's all I found to be wrong with it.
I really wish the drivers for the R.A.T series mice didn't suck balls. My R.A.T.7 is by far my most comfortable (and most unusable) mouse. this setup looks pretty similar as far as the buttons and options.
+HypnicJerk My first gaming mouse was a RAT5 and I never had driver problems with it. I never messed with the software much, but I never had problems.
What I DID have trouble with is the metal pieces - as if I built up static, I would shock myself on the mouse and screw up my USB bus. lolol
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