- Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 8.6 x 12.6 cm ; 145 g
- Shipping Weight: 340 g
- Batteries 1 A batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: 910-004337
- ASIN: B00TZR3WRM
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 21 2015
- Average Customer Review: 359 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,082 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse (910-004337)
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- Smart speed-adaptive scroll wheel: Auto shift from click-to-click to hyper-fast scrolling
- Unique thumb wheel: For horizontal navigation and advanced gestures
- Easy connections for multiple computers: Use with up to three Windows or Mac computers via included Unifying receiver or Bluetooth Smart wireless technology. Easy switching between computers with the touch of the button
- Tracks virtually anywhere - even on glass: The Dark field Laser sensor tracks flawlessly even on glass and high-gloss surfaces ( 4mm minimum thickness.)
- Advanced power management: Up to 40 days of power on single charge. You can get enough power for a full day of usage in only 4 minutes, with no downtime while recharging. ( Battery life may vary based on user and computer conditions.)
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MX Master wireless mouse is the flagship mouse from Logitech designed for power users. This high-end product offers comfortable hand-sculpted contour, stunning design and advanced features, and is optimized for Windows and Mac.
From the manufacturer
Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse
- 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 High Precision Sensor tracks flawlessly anywhere, even on glass
- Rechargeable battery with up to 40 days power on a single charge.*** Fast charging.
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 logitech website.
***Based on six-hour daily office use. Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
Smart speed-adaptive scroll wheel and unique thumb wheel
The speed-adaptive scroll wheel automatically shifts between scrolling modes in response to your touch. Click-to-click mode is ideal for precise, ratcheted motion. In hyper-fast mode the wheel spins freely so you can you fly through long documents and web pages. The thumb wheel adds easy horizontal navigation and advanced gestures. Install Logitech Options to extend thumb wheel capabilities, such as invert scrolling direction, reproduce touch-based gesture, navigate tabbed content, switch apps, and much more.** Combine the wheel with gestures for even more control.
Advanced precision and power
Logitech’s high-precision Darkfield sensor tracks flawlessly virtually anywhere, even on glass**** and high-gloss surfaces. The rechargeable battery gives you up to 40 days of power on a single charge***. Charging is quick and easy. With the included USB charging cable you get a full day of power in only four minutes.
****4 millimeter minimum thickness.
Simple, versatile wireless connections
Connect the mouse to as many as three Windows or Mac computers—using either the included tiny Unifying receiver or Bluetooth Smart wireless technology. Either way, you can switch between computers with just one touch of an Easy-Switch button on the bottom of the mouse.
Virtually limitless customization
Install Logitech Options software to experience the full range of possibilities of this advanced mouse. You can reassign buttons or even set them up to turn pages, switch applications or perform other frequently used functions**. Now also with app-specific options, MX Master allows you to program buttons to perform a specific task in one application and a different task in another application.
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.
What’s in the box?
- Logitech MX Master wireless mouse.
- Logitech Unifying Receiver.
- Micro-USB cable for recharging.
- User documentation.
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I can't find a con. Maybe the price? Honestly, it's a steal at the going rate. I would buy it again, and I probably will buy it again just to have another one for the office, and I might even get the mobile one for my laptop.
It has lots of buttons, all of which are highly customizable. You can even customize buttons for individual apps. Whenever I need to use a different mouse, I find myself reaching for buttons that aren't there because I have gotten used to having so many buttons on this mouse. One problem I have noticed, however, is that the mouse often reverts back to default button configurations temporarily. For example, when waking my computer it always takes about half a minute until my customizations kick in. This also happens after periods of inactivity, even with the computer running and not locked or asleep.
Ergonomically it is quite good. The contours fit my hand well, and all buttons are fairly easy to reach. It would be nice if the forward/backward buttons (near the thumb) were bigger, but that's a minor issue.
The task view button (the one under where your thumb rests) is great for invoking task view, adjusting volume, etc. It takes a moderate amount of force to press it, but I think that's a good thing to prevent accidental input.
The main scroll wheel is pretty good, but not great. It's very loud when in step mode (as opposed to free-spin mode): sometimes I put on music to drown it out a bit. It's nice to have the option to switch between step mode and free-spin, but I find that free-spin isn't implemented that well. I find that it spins too freely, so once it gets going, it takes excessively long to stop spinning. This very low resistance also means that it's quite sensitive, so I sometimes notice accidental inputs. One thing to note in regards to Windows: in free-spin mode you won't get precise, pixel-to-pixel scrolling, like you do with a phone's touchscreen. In most apps you still get sizable steps. This seems to just be how Windows and many Windows apps are made. I find free-spin mode to be much smoother on OS X.
The horizontal scroll wheel is a nice feature to have, but one thing I don't like is that its motion is highly damped: that is, it won't free spin at all. In fact, its resistance is high enough that light brushes against it with the thumb won't even turn it. This can be good to prevent accidental input, but I find that it is too hard to scroll it: it takes more than what I consider a normal amount of force to use it. One reason I wanted a mouse with a horizontal scroll wheel is because I have gotten used to touchpads that allow for vertical/horizontal/diagonal scrolling. However, I have come to realize that touchpads are much easier to use for 2-dimensional scrolling than a mouse with 2 wheels (at least, it is for me). I find that a touchpad's motion is much more intuitive than controlling two independent wheels. One other thing to know about horizontal scrolling: not all apps support it in Windows. For example, I was really hoping to use it in iTunes (because I have lots of columns enabled in list view, which makes for lots of horizontal scrolling), but iTunes doesn't support horizontal scrolling in its Windows version from any mouse or touchpad that I have tried.
Bluetooth connectivity isn't great. I found it to be unreliable, especially after waking the computer, so I now use the USB dongle permanently. Part of the reason I got this mouse was for the Bluetooth because I didn't want to have a dongle sticking out of my computer all the time. Although it's small, it's still plenty long to catch onto things when moving my laptop. If it catches anything hard enough, it could damage the port, so I have to be careful.
Overall, it's a pretty good mouse with lots of features. However, it has some pretty glaring issues, like reverting back to default button configurations, scroll wheels that aren't implemented well, and flaky Bluetooth. I would have expected much more for a mouse this expensive. I hope Logitech has solved these issues with the MX Master 2.
Unfortunately it sometime loses connection with my computer temporarily. This can be fixed by cycling the button on the bottom through the three available channels and then it reconnects. Not sure if it the mouse or the bluetooth adapter built into my laptop.
It's really bothering me.
This thing happened to me when I bought the anywhere 2 mouse the same color (black)
Then I bought another anywhere 2 but dark blue color and it works fine. So I had to return the black one and keep the blue one.
Is it possible that the blue color is more accurate or it was just a coincidence.
Can you help. I need this issue to be will solved please.
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The auto scroll wheel feature while really cool feels like its going to break. I hope it doesn't.Read more