Logitech MX Master high-performance sculpted mouse for three devices

One of most popular peripheral computer maker, Logitech has recently unveiled its latest high-specification mouse, the Logitech MX Master. New device is a wireless mouse that compatible with Mac and Windows computer. However, the most interesting point of this mouse is able to be paired with up to three devices through Bluetooth connectivity or the Logitech Unifying Receiver.

Logitech MX Master Mouse provides an easy-switch button on the bottom that designed for quick changes between systems. Company says the device is most advanced wireless mouse, which able to fulfill people who working between multiple screens, devices, and operating systems too.

Like most a higher category of mice, the Logitech MX Master supports customized for each system. Coming with a sculpted ergonomic design, this mouse brings a total of five buttons. That combines a speed-adaptive scroll wheel on the top. There is also an extra thumb wheel on the side, which allowing users to switching apps, zooming into apps, side scrolling, and among other things.

Dimensions of the mouse are 3.4 inches long and five inches wide, while the height is 2 inches. It is weighing 5.1 ounces. New Logitech MX Master sports a Darkfield Laser Tracking sensor with 1,000 dpi of default resolution and wide range from 400 dpi to 1,600 dpi. The sensory claims it will a great work on glass surfaces. The power source for pumping life of device comes from a rechargeable 500mAh battery and juice the device for up to 40 days on a full single charge. Just mention, the four minutes of charging via microUSB port will able to give a power for a full day’s usage.

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Logitech MX Master high-performance sculpted mouse would be ship sometime in April 2015 and price tag $100.

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Open a World of New Possibilities with the Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse


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