After we recently reviewed Logitech’s compact Master series mouse, the MX Anywhere 3, we now have the full-size MX Master 3. In addition to the typical features of the Master series, such as multi-device connectivity and Logitech Flow, Logitech offers a Darkfield sensor that allows use on almost any surface, including glass, a MagSpeed scroll wheel with SmartShift, and an additional thumb wheel for sideways scrolling. In addition, we also rely on a permanently installed battery and USB-C for charging.
We have the Logitech MX Master 3 in graphite color in front of us and clarify in the test whether it can fulfill the typically high expectations.
|Connection||Wireless (2.4 GHz or Bluetooth Low Energy)|
|Sensor||High precision darkfield sensor|
|DPI||200 – 4,000 DPI (in 50 DPI increments)|
|Features||MagSpeed scroll wheel with SmartShift, thumb wheel, Logitech Flow|
|Accumulator||Rechargeable (500 mAh) lithium polymer battery|
|Battery life||Up to 70 days on a full battery charge|
|Size||124.9 x 84.3 x 51 mm (H x W x D)|
|Colors||Graphite, medium gray|
|Scope of supply||MX Master 3 mouse
USB-C charging cable
Scope of delivery
The Logitech MX Master 3 comes in a compact black box that advertises some of the mouse’s features. The design here is typical of the Master series. In addition to the mouse itself, there is a USB receiver, a USB-C charging cable, and a user manual in the box. As with the other Logitech mice with a permanently installed battery, the USB receiver is inside separately and cannot be stowed in the mouse.
Thus, everything that is needed is included in the scope of delivery. Further extras are not included.