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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse, Bluetooth or 2.4 GHz with USB Unifying Mini-Receiver, 1000 DPI Any Surface Laser Tracking, 5-Buttons, Amazon Version, PC/Mac/Laptop - Graphite Black

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  • Multi Device Pairing: Pair up to 3 different PC or laptop devices and easily switch between them with the touch of a button; the MX Master wireless mouse is both Bluetooth and Unifying receiver compatible
  • Precision and Speed: Navigate through long documents and web pages faster and easier with the adaptive scroll wheel of this ergonomic mouse, switching seamlessly from click to click to hyper fast scrolling, on Windows as well as on Mac
  • Logitech Darkfield Tracking: Outperforms optical sensors and allows you to use this computer mouse on virtually any surface, be it shiny white or even glass
  • Distinctive Thumb Wheel: Experience side to side scrolling with a stroke of your thumb; to unlock the full range of thumb wheel possibilities of the PC mouse, remember to install Logitech options software
  • Enhanced Power Management: This Logitech mouse offers up to 40 days of power on a single full charge, full day of usage in only 4 minutes charge time with no downtime while recharging your cordless Bluetooth mouse.Upgrade to MX Master 3 for ultimate productivity: Scroll 1000 lines in a second, App specific profiles, USB C rechargeable, improved thumb controls

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Enhance your productivity with this multi-device wireless mouse from Logitech. Compatible with Windows and Mac, the MX Master AMZ wireless mouse is complete with Bluetooth capabilities and USB connectivity allowing you to pair with up to 3 different devices, effortlessly switching between them at your convenience. The adaptive scroll wheel makes navigating long documents and web pages easy while advanced Darkfield tracking ensures the wireless mouse operates smoothly on any surface. Customise your mouse with Logitech options software. Simply install to unlock buttons and actions that fit your needs. You needn’t worry about your Logitech MX Master AMZ running out of battery, the wireless mouse will last up to 40 days on a single charge, with no downtime while recharging.

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4.0 out of 5 stars MX Master vs Master 2S vs Master 3: la scelta si fa dura
Reviewed in Italy on 10 September 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars MX Master vs Master 2S vs Master 3: la scelta si fa dura
Reviewed in Italy on 9 September 2019
L'MX Master è probabilmente il mouse più famoso del mondo. Giunto ormai alla terza generazione e con le precedenti due generazioni ancora in commercio, viene però da porsi una domanda che farebbe arrovellare chiunque: quale vale realmente la pena prendere?
Fondamentalmente non solo sono tutti simili, ma hanno anche costi parecchio vicini e si trovano spesso in offerta. Vale dunque la pena risparmiare al massimo e prendere la prima generazione, o vale la pena investire un pò di più per accaparrarsi l'ultimo fiammante modello? Lo scopriamo.

MX Master prima edizione è stato il mouse di rottura rispetto al precedente MX Performance: design derivato da quello di un'auto sportiva, sensore in grado di tracciare il movimento su qualsiasi superficie e con 1000 dpi, connettività tramite ricevitore Unifying o tramite Bluetooth con tre dispositivi, batteria con durata di circa due settimane e software che consentiva di poter gestire e personalizzare tutti i pulsanti, tra cui l'allora innovativa ghiera per lo scorrimento laterale. Non era però esente da critiche: seppur l'ergonomia fosse eccezionale, i pulsanti laterali obbligavano il pollice a contorcersi in maniera innaturale, spesso causando dolore o comunque un pò di fastidio. Sebbene inoltre all'epoca i 1000 DPI risultavano sufficienti, con il passare degli anni e l'aumento non solo della risoluzione ma anche delle dimensioni dei monitor, potrebbero risultare limitanti in alcuni casi. Oggi il prezzo varia da un minimo di 45 euro fino a un massimo di 60 euro. Una cifra che lo rende per forza di cose e anche a causa dell'etàil più economico dei tre.

MX Master 2S alla vista sembra in tutto e per tutto identico all'MX Master di prima generazione. Tuttavia, come buona parte delle versioni S, in questo caso le novità erano tutte sotto la scocca, o quasi, e nel software. Cambia il sensore: il vecchio da 1000 DPI lascia spazio al più moderno e performante sensore Darkfield da 4000 DPI, sparisce il pulsante connect, rimane la possibilità di collegare fino a tre dispositivi tramite connessione unifying o Bluetooth. Grosse novità per quanto riguarda però il software: arriva infatti la tecnologia FLOW.
In cosa consiste?

Logitech FLOW permette di usare il mouse su due computer diversi (anche un pc e un mac) ma connessi alla stessa rete e con il software logitech options installato su entrambi. In questo modo non sarà necessario selezionare il dispositivo sul mouse, ma si potrà scorrere tra l'uno e l'altro computer come se si avesse di fronte un doppio schermo. Non solo: si potranno anche copiare e spostare file da un computer all'altro in maniera anche piuttosto veloce, sfruttando la connettività Wi-Fi.
Infine la batteria: grazie al minore consumo energetico e soprattutto all'evolversi della tecnologia, adesso il mouse garantisce una durata di ben 70 giorni di utilizzo con una singola carica. Valore vero, avendo usato l'MX Master per 2 anni, posso confermarlo di averlo sempre caricato una volta ogni due mesi.
Quali sono le criticità? Manca la USB-C, ma rimane una micro USB nella parte frontale, e i tasti laterali sono sempre scomodi da raggiungere esattamente come quelli della prima versione. Il prezzo oggi è tra i 70 e i 90 euro. vale la pena considerarlo quando è davvero vicino ai 70 euro, se non a prezzi inferiori.

MX Master 3 è invece l'ultima evoluzione di uno sviluppo che negli anni non ha visto grossi stravolgimenti, ma progressivi miglioramenti delle criticità riscontrate dagli utenti. Finalmente siamo di fronte a un completo rinnovamento delle forme, che comunque richiamano quelle delle prime due generazioni. Adesso però il mouse è più alto e con un profilo laterale che scende in maniera più vertiginosa, rendendo l'impugnatura simile a quella di un mouse verticale, e dunque più comoda in quanto permette alla mano di avere un angolo di piega di circa 40 gradi, così come natura impone.
Ridisegnata completamente la parte laterale: finalmente i tasti sono più piccoli ma più lunghi e riconoscibili, mentre la ghiera laterale diventa più grande e riconoscibile, ma soprattutto interamente in metallo.
In metallo anche lo scroller centrale, dotato adesso di un meccanismo magnetico e non più meccanico: i vantaggi netti sono non solo maggiore precisione nello scrolling, ma una silenziosità mai raggiunta dal meccanismo precedente che in uffici e luoghi pubblici poteva arrecare qualche fastidio.
Arriva la USB-C nella parte frontale, compatibile anche con la ricarica rapida: in un solo minuto si ottengono tre ore di utilizzo. Invariata la possibilità di usare flow mentre arriva una corposa novità nel software: è infatti possibile assegnare funzioni diverse a seconda del programma utilizzato e richiamarle automaticamente non appena si posiziona il cursore sopra l'apposito programma. Una caratteristica che consente così di avere una produttività pazzesca. Sul browser potremo usare i tasti laterali per controllare la navigazione mentre lo scroller laterale per passare da una scheda all'altra, mentre su premiere potremo ingrandire, zoommare, annullare l'ultimo effetto o tagliare. Ovviamente tutti i comandi rimangono pienamente personalizzabili dall'utente. Anche in questo caso l'autonomia è di 70 giorni. Possiamo considerare dunque l'MX master 3 un redesign a livello estetico ed ergonomico dell'MX master 2s, con lo stesso sensore e di base lo stesso funzionamento, ma con alcune nuove finezze che lo rendono comunque migliore nell'uso quotidiano (anche se un pò più brutto dal punto di vista del design).
Prezzo? In questo momento 115 euro, decisamente alto, ma confido che non passerà tantissimo tempo affinchè si possa abbassare sui 90 euro.

Dunque alla fine quale comprare?
Se il vostro budget è limitato e non pensate userete mai la funzione Flow, perchè usate sempre e solo un singolo computer e se usate uno schermo con risoluzione massima FullHD, procedete dritti per l'MX Master di prima generazione e risparmiate. La scelta si fa più complicata tra MX Master 2s e MX Master 3. Se trovate i due con prezzi vicini ai 90-100 euro, andate senza pensarci sull'MX Master 3. Non vale la pena risparmiare pochi euro. Se la differenza di prezzo è importante, molto dipende da quanto siate disposti a sacrificare la migliore ergonomia dell'MX Master 3 e la USB C, in favore del risparmio.
A livello puramente pratico, nell'uso quotidiano le differenze non sono enormi intendiamoci, ma chi soffre di dolori all'avambraccio e al tunnel carpale, troverà un miglior alleato con l'MX Master 3 rispetto all'MX Master 2s. Chi invece è interessato alle pure performance, sappia che in fin dei conti i due mouse sono sovrapponibili.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best mice out there (Mac user perspective)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 June 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best mice out there (Mac user perspective)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 June 2018
I've waited a month before writing my review in order to get a proper use of the mouse. This is based on a Mac-user perspective.
For years I swore in the Magic Mouse and after that the Magic Trackpad 2 which were always my primary external peripherals. I hesitated for long time to buy the MX Master 2S, but everyone on youtube was recommending it and I decided to give it a try. I am so happy I did.

- great customisation - almost every button can be set to run different keyboard commands based on app used. There's a very nice implementation of the Mac OS commands (by using only the button where the thumb rests) such as Mission Control, Show Desktop, App Expose, switch fullscreen apps/desktops (see attached screenshot)
- very good battery life (I get several weeks of usage)
- very comfortable (needs some getting used to after the Magic Mouse, but not so much)
- nice sliding on my desk without need for mousepad (the Magic Mouse 2 is much worse in this regard)
- ability to quickly switch between 3 devices by pressing the small button under the mouse
- flow software to go from the screen of one computer to another is great addition (although it lags a bit for few seconds, so it's not like you have external monitor plugged in, but works the same - you go to the edge of one screen and you are on to the next one)

CONS (a little nitpicking)
- the scroll is not as smooth as the Magic Mouse' capacitive surface, but still one of the best on a regular mouse with a wheel
- no battery percentage in the Logi app, not even in the Mac bluetooth menu icon
- needs USB-C, I'm tired of this Micro-USB
- can't set the side scroll wheel to run keystroke commands
- can't export settings from the Logi app and import them on another computer
- gets dirty easier than the Magic Mouse and it's harder to clean

I would usually rate this at 4.5 stars, but if the cons are resolved (or at least half of them), it would be a true 5-star-product.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Thumb sits on the forward button - uncomfortable.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 September 2019
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2.0 out of 5 stars Thumb sits on the forward button - uncomfortable.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 September 2019
The second my hand touched the mouse I felt it: The thumb has to straddle/sit on the forward button whenever you want to use the mouse and there is no real way around it unless you have a small thumb OR you're one of the few that does not engage their thumb when using a mouse. The feeling of it annoys me and especially if you scroll to the right. I *might* get used to it over time but it's a shame.

I have the MX Master where the fwd/back buttons sit horizontal, attached to the thumb wheel. Looking at the fwd/back buttons on the mx3 I'm not sure where else they could've put them but anywhere would have been better than under the thumb. As far as I know Logitech are the only ones that do the thumb wheel so no one else to compare it to. It's also worth noting that the thumb wheel is now in its own little recess above fwd/back and to access it you need to lift your thumb so as to miss the fwd/back buttons. Personally, these feel like design flaws.

They're very subtle. The main change being a slight enlargement of the body under your index finger which has a butterfly effect on the rest of your hand position. If your coming from the original mx you'd probably say there isn't really any noticeable improvement.

It feels a bit cheap and leaves plenty to be desired. The Mx3 material reminded me of the alcantara material Microsoft use on their surface book/laptop keyboards. It is not smooth, sleek or sexy like the original MX and it retains heat from your palm.

Value for money:
No. I think a better price point would be about £60.00

Closing thoughts:
If you're going to release a new/upgraded version of the MX Master a few years after the original it should be noticeably improved upon its predecessor(s). The Logitech software is nice but its the actual physical device which matters most and where Logitech seem to have lost their way.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Anscheinend nicht die MX-Master von Logitech die man kennt
Reviewed in Germany on 23 July 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Es el mejor ratón que he probado por este precio
Reviewed in Spain on 26 December 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Es el mejor ratón que he probado por este precio
Reviewed in Spain on 25 December 2018
He comprado este MX Master AMZ (50 euros) junto al MX Anywhere 2 AMZ (37 euros), el M590 Silent (35 euros) y el M705 (28 euros). Al final he tenido que decidirme por uno, y ya os digo que este ha sido mi elegido por goleada. Antes de empezar tengo que decir que cada persona coge el ratón de una forma: Palm Grip (Reposando la palma completa en el ratón), Finger Grip (La que yo uso, que es en la que sólo los dedos tocan el ratón y no reposa la palma) o Claw Grip (Donde la mano reposa en forma de garra tocando con la parte superior de los dedos y la parte de la palma más cercana a la muñeca). Dicho esto, os dejo aquí mis conclusiones.

✅ La principal función que me ha enamorado de este ratón es SmartShift, que permite usar la rueda del ratón de forma clásica si mueves la rueda despacio y a partir de cierta velocidad que le imprimas a la rueda, suelta el freno y la rueda pasa a tener el característico “movimiento hiperrápido” de Logitech. Esto el resto de ratones no lo tiene y me parece algo extremadamente útil, ya que, si dejas la rueda sin el freno puesto, es muy fácil tocarla sin querer y que la rueda gire sin control, o que al mover el ratón esta se mueva sola (Con SmartShift no te pasa, si la rueda está parada o se mueve despacio, lo hace de forma clásica, con el freno puesto). A su vez tienes la posibilidad de lanzar la rueda y que el scroll baje rápidamente por la página, hasta que decidas parar la rueda y se ponga el freno automáticamente. De hecho, me parece una función tan útil, que te libera tener un botón dedicado a poner o quitar el freno de la rueda (El movimiento hiperrápido de la rueda con botón para el freno lo tienen el M705 y el MX Anywhere, pero no el M590 Silent). La velocidad de la rueda a la cual SmartShift quita el freno es configurable a tu gusto y funciona realmente bien.
✅ Más botones configurables que el resto. El resto de ratones tienen como mucho 5 botones configurables, este ratón tiene hasta 7 botones configurables, ya que la rueda lateral sirve para realizar dos funciones. Como el resto de ratones, el botón derecho e izquierdo sólo pueden ser intercambiados entre sí.
✅ Sirve para cualquier tipo de agarre. Esto cuando pedí el ratón no me lo creía, mi agarre es Finger Grip y tengo la mano pequeña, así que los ratones muy grandes y pesados no me sirven o me resultan muy incómodos. Creí que me quedaría con el MX Anywhere antes que con este, pero para nada. Sus botones laterales están mucho más atrás que los otros ratones y para mí son muy cómodos de pulsar (Quizá para Palm Grip o con los dedos muy largos, los botones se le queden demasiado atrás, pero el tamaño del ratón es perfecto). Este detalle de que sea cómodo para cualquier tipo de agarre no lo tiene ninguno de los otros ratones.
✅ El peso está muy balanceado. Esto creía que no era necesario, pero para alguien que coja mucho el ratón al moverlo puede ser muy útil (Aun así, es bastante pesado, unos 145 gramos, el más pesado de todos los ratones comparados, tenedlo en cuenta). Esto es útil porque por ejemplo el otro ratón que comparé que es grande, el M705, está muy descompensado debido a las dos pilas que tiene en la parte trasera, haciendo que sea incómodo de levantar.
✅ Es el único que tiene una rueda lateral en lugar de los botones laterales en la rueda. Para quienes prefieran una rueda lateral antes que los botones laterales en la rueda central, es perfecto. Aunque tengo que decir que no funciona todo lo bien que debería, por ejemplo, si le pones la función de cambiar de pestaña en el navegador, funciona a trompicones, unas veces no pasa de pestaña y otras te pasa 2 o 3 de golpe. Por eso la función que yo le tengo puesto es atrás/adelante, es la que mejor funciona y para cambiar de pestaña tengo puesto los botones que tiene detrás. Pese a todo esto es una ventaja, ya que los botones laterales de la rueda puedes pulsarlos sin querer al intentar pulsar el botón central (Esto me pasaba en el M705, pero no en el MX Anywhere, ya que el botón central de la rueda sirve para poner y quitar el freno).
✅ Puedes conectar con 3 dispositivos. Esta función también la tiene el MX Anywhere idéntica. El M590 Silent puede conectar con 2 dispositivos y su botón está en la parte superior, haciendo que el cambio entre dispositivo sea el más rápido de todos. El M705 no tiene esta función.
✅ Puedes conectarte por bluetooth. En mi caso no lo uso, ya que prefiero usar el USB de Logitech que funciona realmente bien y da menos errores que el Bluetooth, pero es algo a tener en cuenta. Del resto de ratones, el único que no tiene esta función es el M705.
✅ Muy buena precisión y desplazamiento. En esta sección me encuentro que como se esperaba es muy similar al MX Anywhere, diría que algo mejor que el M590 Silent y muy superior al M705.
✅ Esta sé que es muy subjetiva ya que hay gente que prefiere pilas y gente que prefiere batería. Yo personalmente prefiero batería, ya que me permite poder cargar los ratones en cualquier momento con un cable y no depender de tener pilas en casa o tener que ir a comprarlas. Pero obviamente la batería dura menos que las pilas (Meses frente a años), así que, aunque lo pongo en ventajas, yo diría que depende de cada persona. Llevo usándolo do semanas unas 4 o 5 horas por día y me ha gastado una rayita de la batería, así que estimo que me durará más de mes y medio (Ojo, no lo apago por la noche ni nada por el estilo, se queda en reposo pero encendido, seguro que si os acordáis de apagarlo cuando apagáis el ordenador, durará más). Me parece una batería decente para un ratón de estas características.

❌ No tiene Logitech Flow. Esta es la diferencia entre el MX Master AMZ y el normal. Este añadido permite hacer copia-pega entre diferentes dispositivos siempre que tengan ambos el software Logitech Options y estén conectados a mismo Wifi. De los 4 ratones, sólo el M590 Silent tiene esta función. Me parece que, por la diferencia de precio, me quedo con el AMZ ya que esta función no me interesa, y según he leído se queda en segundo plano consumiendo bastantes recursos del ordenador. Pese a todo, como no dispone de esta función, tengo que ponerlo en desventajas.
❌ Como he dicho más arriba, la rueda lateral no funciona bien con todas las funciones que te permite usar el software de Logitech Options. Funciones que he probado y no funcionan bien o no hacen lo esperado: Cambiar entre pestañas, cambiar entre aplicaciones, cambiar entre escritorios. La función que me es útil y sí funciona perfectamente es atrás/adelante. Obviamente la función de scroll lateral también funciona bien, al fin y al cabo, es su principal función.
❌ Por pedir algo, pediría que fuera un pelín más pequeño y menos pesado, debido al tamaño de mis manos y el agarre. Esto no es algo para todos, es algo personal. En alguna ocasión por el tamaño he tenido que mover la mano de forma incómoda, o ha hecho tope con la alfombrilla, cuando otros ratones de menor tamaño no lo hacen. Pese a todo tal como está es casi perfecto, esta es una queja por ponerle algo más XD.

En definitiva, lo recomiendo? Sí, por encima del resto. 👍
Es el ratón más caro de los 4, pero creedme que merece la pena por encima del resto. No tenía muchas esperanzas en este ratón y las ha superado con creces. Ahora la pregunta es: ¿Merece la pena comprarme este o el MX Master 2s? Pues depende de tu uso y lo que necesites que te dure la batería, ya que al 2s la batería le dura del doble. En cuanto a precisión, no creo que notes mucha diferencia, a no ser que seas un sibarita. Bajo mi punto de vista la carencia de este ratón, Logitech Flow, no creo que vaya a usarlo todo el mundo, así que no lo veo necesario. Si vas a usar muchísimo el ratón, entonces vete a por el 2s. Si necesitas que el ratón sea silencioso por tu entorno o quieres que funcione por pilas el otro ratón recomendado es el M590 Silent. Los otros 2 no los recomiendo por encima de estos 2 ratones (Quizá el M705 si estás muy mal de dinero y quieres algo barato, grande, robusto y a pilas).

Nota calidad-precio: 9

Espero que este análisis os haya servido. Un saludo!
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