Logitech expands its range of input accessories with the launch of the MX Master 3 Mouse and the MX Keys wireless keyboard, two high-end devices that update a catalog includes several successful products, including the first variant of the same MX Master, introduced a few years ago | Logitech MX Master, more than just a wireless mouse | and the most recent MX Master 2S.
The third generation of the MX Master wireless mouse has some hardware optimizations that allow it to improve both performance and user experience, among which stands out a new approach to the scroll wheel and the introduction of the USB-C connector for charging.
Logitech MX Master 3 abandons the classic scroll mechanism in favor of an electromagnetic system called Magspeed. This solution offers two modes: step-by-step and silent, improving not only the fluidity but also the peripheral noise; another noteworthy figure is the scroll wheel made entirely of stainless steel.
The technical features are completed with the 4000 DPI sensor, Bluetooth and Logitech Unifying USB support, Logitech Flow technology and an estimated 70-day battery.
The new MX Keys wireless keyboard does not differ much from the more famous Logitech Craft, except for the dial interface in this case absent. Logitech MX Key has a rather compact design, the keys are equipped with intelligent backlighting and there is also a USB-C port for charging. The battery life declared by the manufacturer is 10 days with active backlighting, while it rises to over three weeks, disabling this feature.