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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on July 3, 2020
I've been using Logitech mice ever since the company started pretty much. After all those crappy non-gaming mice that Microsoft were putting out back in the 90's, somebody had to step up! But if your old school like me, then you remember Logitech's logo back in the day. Turns out the company rebranded themselves to "Logi", following fears, that their company was considered a dinosaur by young folk. The re-branding's intention, is to make themselves seem hip as ever.

How many remember the Logitech MX1000 wireless laser gaming mouse? Over 15-years ago Logitech came out with that mouse, captured my heart forever. Used it for 7-years until the lithium battery died for good. Then I bought my first "G" mouse, the G700, back when the mice still were remanescent of the MX1000, just with added features and performance. Then the mice went total futuristic and overkill, when the G502 and G9 series came out lol.

The Logitech MX Master 3 Advanced, is literally one of the best mice out there. It still amazes me to this day, just how many features that they can pack, into a small space. The weight feels about the same as the old MX1000 and G700, so if you've used those mice before, then you will be used to it. The Master series has actually been around for several years now, and this is the 3rd generation mouse.

Because of the weight, this mouse does not glide over my cloth Hcman mouse pad, as easily as my Razer Deathadder Elite wired gaming mouse. However, the mouse pad was designed to allow a mouse tracking sensor, to have 100% precision in every micro-inch of movement. Wireless mice will glide easier over a plastic based mouse pad, however, the mouse will probably be less precise if you use one. So stick with a micro-fiber cloth mouse pad if you can.

This is a 7-button mouse, and as expected, there are many functions. Left Click, Middle Click, Right Click, Vertical Scroll, Forward Click, Backward Click, Productivity Button, Horizontal Scroll. Scroll Mode button adjusts the scroll wheel mode, clicky or smooth. On the bottom of the mouse is the ON/OFF switch, as well as the Bluetooth mode selector, and of course, the DARK FIELD sensor, that can track on literally everything, including your ham sandwich.

I bought this, so I would have a quality wireless mouse, for my tablet computer. Because it can be programmed for more then just 1-device at a time, I can also use this with my notebook computer. Its important to note however, Logitech software only works on Windows or MAC, there is no software support for Android. This mouse works perfectly with an Android tablet however, using Android standard drivers and functionality, built into the OS.

As soon as I turned the mouse on, the #1 mode began flashing. I searched for Bluetooth devices on my tablet, and immediately the mouse was discovered, and paired quickly. Reception is excellent, the cursor moved almost as smoothly as my wired Razer Dethadder Elite gaming mouse. If your somebody who does photoshop, or Adobe Premiere for production and editing work, you will love this mouse, plenty of sensitivity to get the job done.

Browsing the internet performance is very good as well. Other then the standard vertical scroll wheel that all modern mice have these days, I found myself also enjoying, the horizontal scroll wheel, which allowed me to scroll the pages left/right. This makes browsing the internet on a tablet much easier, and quicker. If you've been using your touch screen before, this mouse is going to be quite the upgrade for you!

Gaming performance is very good for a mouse that isn't technically rated to be meant for gaming. Unless your a competitive gamer, trying to reach the top ranks in COD, Battlefied, Fortnite, PubG, you don't need no 144 hertz G9! These MX Master 3 mice have more precision then the MX1000 had, its plenty for gaming IMO, and I did not have any problems.

I also do photoshop and video editing, but not professionally, and I find this mouse very easy to use. The ergonomics of this mouse are top notch, best I've seen! I find this mouse very comfortable to use. The mouse clicks are fairly strong, which provides tactile feedback. And the forward and back buttons, are thankfully not mushy like previous models, also very tactile. If you don't like loud mice, you might want to stay away, tactile feedback, means there is gonna be click noise.

Logitech seems to only have this mouse in either Graphite, or Mid-Grey. It would be nice if they came out with an pure Black version, as well as a Blue, and premium Red version. But like I said, they are catering to production artists more with this mouse then gamers. Still, Logitech should offer more custom options, it would get them more sales IMO.

If you don't want your mouse to look like a space ship however, and your not a super competitive gamer, you can avoid the G502 and the G9, and just go with the MX Master 3. In my opinion, its a fully featured mouse, with excellent precise control from the Dark Field sensor, excellent customisability of buttons through the driver software, and excellent ergonomics. Very well made mouse, and I am going to have to give it a solid 5 out of 5 stars!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Logitech's Most Popular Wireless Mouse - Best Productivity - Even Gaming!
By Arthur Senior on July 2, 2020
I've been using Logitech mice ever since the company started pretty much. After all those crappy non-gaming mice that Microsoft were putting out back in the 90's, somebody had to step up! But if your old school like me, then you remember Logitech's logo back in the day. Turns out the company rebranded themselves to "Logi", following fears, that their company was considered a dinosaur by young folk. The re-branding's intention, is to make themselves seem hip as ever.

How many remember the Logitech MX1000 wireless laser gaming mouse? Over 15-years ago Logitech came out with that mouse, captured my heart forever. Used it for 7-years until the lithium battery died for good. Then I bought my first "G" mouse, the G700, back when the mice still were remanescent of the MX1000, just with added features and performance. Then the mice went total futuristic and overkill, when the G502 and G9 series came out lol.

The Logitech MX Master 3 Advanced, is literally one of the best mice out there. It still amazes me to this day, just how many features that they can pack, into a small space. The weight feels about the same as the old MX1000 and G700, so if you've used those mice before, then you will be used to it. The Master series has actually been around for several years now, and this is the 3rd generation mouse.

Because of the weight, this mouse does not glide over my cloth Hcman mouse pad, as easily as my Razer Deathadder Elite wired gaming mouse. However, the mouse pad was designed to allow a mouse tracking sensor, to have 100% precision in every micro-inch of movement. Wireless mice will glide easier over a plastic based mouse pad, however, the mouse will probably be less precise if you use one. So stick with a micro-fiber cloth mouse pad if you can.

This is a 7-button mouse, and as expected, there are many functions. Left Click, Middle Click, Right Click, Vertical Scroll, Forward Click, Backward Click, Productivity Button, Horizontal Scroll. Scroll Mode button adjusts the scroll wheel mode, clicky or smooth. On the bottom of the mouse is the ON/OFF switch, as well as the Bluetooth mode selector, and of course, the DARK FIELD sensor, that can track on literally everything, including your ham sandwich.

I bought this, so I would have a quality wireless mouse, for my tablet computer. Because it can be programmed for more then just 1-device at a time, I can also use this with my notebook computer. Its important to note however, Logitech software only works on Windows or MAC, there is no software support for Android. This mouse works perfectly with an Android tablet however, using Android standard drivers and functionality, built into the OS.

As soon as I turned the mouse on, the #1 mode began flashing. I searched for Bluetooth devices on my tablet, and immediately the mouse was discovered, and paired quickly. Reception is excellent, the cursor moved almost as smoothly as my wired Razer Dethadder Elite gaming mouse. If your somebody who does photoshop, or Adobe Premiere for production and editing work, you will love this mouse, plenty of sensitivity to get the job done.

Browsing the internet performance is very good as well. Other then the standard vertical scroll wheel that all modern mice have these days, I found myself also enjoying, the horizontal scroll wheel, which allowed me to scroll the pages left/right. This makes browsing the internet on a tablet much easier, and quicker. If you've been using your touch screen before, this mouse is going to be quite the upgrade for you!

Gaming performance is very good for a mouse that isn't technically rated to be meant for gaming. Unless your a competitive gamer, trying to reach the top ranks in COD, Battlefied, Fortnite, PubG, you don't need no 144 hertz G9! These MX Master 3 mice have more precision then the MX1000 had, its plenty for gaming IMO, and I did not have any problems.

I also do photoshop and video editing, but not professionally, and I find this mouse very easy to use. The ergonomics of this mouse are top notch, best I've seen! I find this mouse very comfortable to use. The mouse clicks are fairly strong, which provides tactile feedback. And the forward and back buttons, are thankfully not mushy like previous models, also very tactile. If you don't like loud mice, you might want to stay away, tactile feedback, means there is gonna be click noise.

Logitech seems to only have this mouse in either Graphite, or Mid-Grey. It would be nice if they came out with an pure Black version, as well as a Blue, and premium Red version. But like I said, they are catering to production artists more with this mouse then gamers. Still, Logitech should offer more custom options, it would get them more sales IMO.

If you don't want your mouse to look like a space ship however, and your not a super competitive gamer, you can avoid the G502 and the G9, and just go with the MX Master 3. In my opinion, its a fully featured mouse, with excellent precise control from the Dark Field sensor, excellent customisability of buttons through the driver software, and excellent ergonomics. Very well made mouse, and I am going to have to give it a solid 5 out of 5 stars!
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