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Logitech - MX Master Bluetooth Wireless Laser Mouse

( 4.7 Average / 20 Ratings )





MX Master

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Brown / Black


Bluetooth Wireless

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Maximum DPI


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Vengeance1871 42 points 46 months ago
from completed build Apollo, God of Light

I had a Logitech MX Revolution back in the day and it was the best mouse by far I have ever used. Until I got my hands on the MX Master. This mouse is amazing. I know it's not a "gamer" mouse, but I love the way it feels, how responsive it is and it looks sexy. I don't play a lot of games that need perfect twitch responses or accuracy, so I don't know how it performs in that regard. What I do use it for, it does perfectly. I love this mouse. The gesture function, while awkward at first, now that I've gotten used to it, is second nature. It makes actions really intuitive now and I think it's a brilliant move. I could go on, but I think you get the idea.

danieltoruno 336 points 42 months ago

Lives up to its name as the god of all productivity mice! However not the best option for gaming.

andrewcraft101 4 points 37 months ago
from completed build My PC

It is a very good mouse for gaming (haven't tried out FPS-es) and it is also wireless which is a bonus. It has a maximum of 2000 DPI so it's just enough to easily slide the cursor from one monitor to the other.

drojasxlt 30 points 37 months ago
from completed build HR1 Home Recording PC (Mini-ITX)

Hands down the best wireless mouse out there right now for creatives. Side-scroll wheel is a must, and something I'm glad they brought back from previous generations.

salant217 2 points 36 months ago
from completed build The Transcendence

A great wireless mouse, Logitech has out done them selves with the comfort level. Best mouse I have ever used.

MinishMan 9 points 32 months ago
from completed build VR Box

Screw Logitech. This will be the last mouse of theirs I buy. I swear.

£70 and the horizontal scroll doesn't even work in half the programs it would be useful for. £70 and it still uses the terribly designed unifying receiver with a USB port just not quite big enough, so it will lose connection after about 12 months. £70 for Bluetooth that only works on Windows 8 and later. £70 and 1 year on, just out of warranty, and if I turn my mouse off I'll probably have to switch it on and off and bash it about and wait about 24 hours before it will decide to move the pointer in Windows again.

It feels comfortable and has quite a few buttons which I like. That's as good as I can say.

yogisaint 16 points 29 months ago

This mouse is fantastic for 3D work!

ujrkingdom 25 points 26 months ago

Extremely good battery life and fits my huge hand perfectly. Bluetooth support is also plus.

cpdt 12 points 23 months ago
from completed build The Bamboozler

While I haven't really found a practical use for the gesture button or side scroll wheel, the shape and weighting of the mouse, and momentum scroll are amazing! Battery life is also pretty good, with a nice little indicator on the side.

Hopefully more applications will start to support the side-scroll wheel in the future, as I can imagine it'd be very useful.

Quickshooter 9 points 23 months ago
from completed build Clean Mean Hackintoshing Machine

Perfect mouse. You can customise however you want to use it. And it's wireless <3