BySigismondo Eisenhower 2019-09-05 872
Optically, the MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless is reminiscent of the ergonomic upright mouse MX Vertical and also plays in the same price range - but it is not quite as vertically designed. Just like the Ergomaus, the MX Master 3 is unfortunately only available for right-handers. A new feature is the mouse wheel with electromagnetic Magspeed technology, which promises extra-rapid scrolling in a precision mode and a high-speed mode. The two main buttons also complement two buttons and a thumb wheel.
Also on board are application profiles that set the key assignment specifically for different software. Preset are profiles for Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, Photoshop and various Office applications, for example - but you can also simply create your own.
The MX Master 3 connects via Bluetooth or the Logitech Unifying protocol to up to three devices under Windows, Mac and Linux, which can be switched between at the touch of a button. Logitech's Flow software also simplifies multi-system use, allowing you to seamlessly control multiple devices and, for example, simply copy files back and forth between them. Flow is available for free download.
A USB-C cable charges the mouse's battery, which according to Logitech lasts up to 70 days. Under the hood sits a 4,000 DPI sensor, which, thanks to Logitech's standard Darkfield technology, is supposed to work without problems even on very smooth and reflective surfaces.
Smart backlighting comes with the MX-Keys keyboard - it detects when users put their hands on the tests and automatically illuminates them from behind. It also responds to ambient brightness. Logitech's Craft keyboard could do the same, but the MX Keys lacks the distinctive knob. The smart lighting is designed above all to protect the battery. According to Logitech, it lasts up to ten days with continuous lighting, without up to five months - it is charged via USB-C cable.
In addition, the keyboard offers similar features to the MX master mouse: connection via Bluetooth or Logitech Unifying with up to three Windows, Mac and Linux devices and the on-the-fly switch between them at the touch of a button. Support for the Logitech Flow software is also included. The keys are labeled with Mac icons in addition to the standard layout. Unlike the MX master mouse, the MX Keys also plays with iOS and Android devices, according to Logitech.
Both devices will be presented at the IFA trade show in Berlin, which starts on Wednesday, and are expected to find their way into the retail trade in September 2019. Logitech is calling for a unit price of 109 euros each for the MX Master 3 and the MX Keys.
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