Wednesday, September 4th 2019

Logitech Announces the MX Master 3 and MX Keys

Logitech announced the Logitech MX Master 3 and Logitech MX Keys, the latest additions to the premium performance Master Series. Each device is incredibly advanced on its own, but even better together. The mouse and keyboard enable powerful and reliable performance that transform the way you work. Engineered and crafted in Switzerland, the MX Master 3 offers ultrafast and ultraprecise scrolling with the all-new MagSpeed Scroll Wheel. Driven by electromagnets, MX Master 3 allows you to silently scroll through thousands of lines in seconds. MX Keys, with Perfect Stroke technology, delivers the best tactile low-profile typing experience on a Logitech keyboard.

"Our newest flagship products are designed for advanced users, such as software developers, engineers or designers, who want to be more productive and need to interact with their digital content at the speed of thought," said Delphine Donne-Crock, general manager of creativity and productivity at Logitech. "The MX Master 3 MagSpeed Scroll Wheel is our fastest, quietest and most advanced scrolling wheel to date, and MX Keys brings you the most comfortable low-profile typing experience we can provide so you can work as long as you want. When used together, these premium performance tools deliver the ultimate solution to your desktop."
Logitech MX Master 3
The Logitech MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless Mouse is built with speed and precision in mind and the carefully sculpted shape is comfortable enough for long work days, supporting your hand and wrist. Profiles for popular software applications are ready out-of-the box, in addition to customization options offered via Logitech OptionsTM. The mouse features Logitech MX signature DarkfieldTM 4,000 DPI High Precision sensor that tracks on all surfaces including glass. It also has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 70 days with a full charge, and a three-minute quick charge gives you a full day of use.

Logitech MX Keys
The Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard brings you a premium typing experience with fluid keystrokes and accurate, tactile responses when keys are depressed. Equipped with smart illumination, the backlighting detects your hands and adjusts keyboard lighting automatically depending on the room lighting condition. It also switches off when it's not in use to save battery power and keep distractions at a minimum. A soft and durable detachable palm rest is also available with the Logitech MX Keys Plus version, bringing extra comfort to the keyboard, if desired.

MX Master 3 x MX Keys - Better Together
Logitech MX Master 3 and MX Keys are both compatible with Windows, Mac and the most popular Linux distributions. The mouse and keyboard are compatible with Logitech Flow technology, enabling you to easily and seamlessly switch and control up to three Windows or Mac computers simultaneously. This allows you to copy and paste content, images, and documents between your computers and between operating systems. Built to sustain hours of use, Logitech MX Master 3 and Logitech MX Keys each have USB-C quick-charging and premium design and finish to elevate the look of the modern desk.

Pricing and Availability
Logitech MX Master 3 and Logitech MX Keys are expected to be available in September 2019 at Logitech.com and Amazon.com as well as select retail stores in October 2019. Suggested retail price for MX Master 3 is $99.99 and MX Keys is $99.99. MX Palm Rest is sold separately on Logitech.com and Amazon.com for $19.99.
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8 Comments on Logitech Announces the MX Master 3 and MX Keys

#1
bug
$200+ for an office mouse and keyboard? :kookoo:
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#2
delshay
I still have first & second gen MX Master which I use for gaming. Still going strong with long battery life.
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#3
TheLostSwede
bug, post: 4110331, member: 157434"
$200+ for an office mouse and keyboard? :kookoo:
The mouse is most likely worth it, the MX Master mice have been really good and I doubt this is any different.
However, that keyboard... Yeah, no...
They also pulled a bit of an Apple, $20 extra for the palm rest, wtf?
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#4
DeeJay1001
I picked up the MX Master 2s for $40 from a recent amazon sale and paired it with a K850 keyboard. For a total of around $80 this is by far the best office keyboard and mouse setup I've ever had. Multi device swapping is a priceless feature for IT work. This combo would accomplish the same tasks but that price is hard to swallow. I still waiting for a wireless Mech keyboard with unifying multi device support.
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#5
yakk
Using my Master 2S for work and it's great. Logitech Flow functionality is really useful actually.

Yeah it's overpriced, but so is almost all of Logitech's product portfolio now... Should only buy Logitech during their 50% off sales
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#6
delshay
yakk, post: 4110533, member: 158293"
Using my Master 2S for work and it's great. Logitech Flow functionality is really useful actually.

Yeah it's overpriced, but so is almost all of Logitech's product portfolio now... Should only buy Logitech during their 50% off sales
Have to agree with you with overpricing. I just got hold of the G915 keyboard for 170 UK Pounds, but it's still too expensive.
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#8
notb
bug, post: 4110331, member: 157434"
$200+ for an office mouse and keyboard? :kookoo:
What is so shocking?

$100 for mouse and $100 for keyboard. These are the exact same prices Logitech's asked from previous models in this segment (mouse: Master 2S; keyboard: K800, K810, K830).

Competing keyboards:
MS Surface keyboard: $100,
Apple Magic keyboard: $100,
Apple Magic k. with keypad: $130

I don't think there's any competition in the mouse department...

delshay, post: 4110576, member: 171810"
Have to agree with you with overpricing. I just got hold of the G915 keyboard for 170 UK Pounds, but it's still too expensive.
It's clearly not too expensive since you decided to buy it for that much.
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