Logitech MX Master

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  • Poor
    1 year ago
    Mousewheel broke after 2 weeks of normal use and became locked in freescroll. The mouse is comfortable. The software that logitech provides is poor as it doesn't let you hold down some buttons and makes them work as a short click, and holding down the gesture button prevents you from moving the cursor. This is terrible for gaming, but okay if you just want to manage desktops and windows. The sensor is good and it does track on glass if you happen to have a glass desk.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    The best mouse I've ever owned. The locked to free scroll mode (when you flick the wheel hard enough) is super useful and with the range of options available on the buttons and side scroll means that you can change it to suit your needs
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  • Perfect
    9 months ago
    Absolutely the best mouse I have made! If it had been broken for some reason, so I definitely had bought a like to!
  • Excellent
    11 months ago
    After 6 months:
    This mouse is very good, however it should be point out here but it is not really.

    Positive things that stand out:
    1. Free Scrolling: It is terribly easy to just switch modes on the scroll
    2. Works extremely well on all sorts of surfaces
    3. Disconnect three different devices to the mouse
    4. Wireless bitten clockwork
    5. Battery life is very good
    6. The battery indicator on the mouse
    7. "glide of the mouse" works well on all sorts of surfaces
    8. The premium feel of the mouse (material selection and quality feeling is high)

    1. Personally, I think skrollen inches and back / forward buttons are located on opposite sites (it is however logical to use a laptop computer and zoomed in).
    2. During inches skrollen as a key for switching windows, would have preferred another key there. And a total of two more buttons than the mouse, but that's what I wish for.
    3. Once it is plugged in and charging so the mouse feels extremely stiff and clumsy, however, is quick to load.
    4. The mouse is high, even for me with huge hands like a little larger mice, so it took a while to get used to, not a huge problem but still something to consider before you buy.

    Replace sidoskrollen the two buttons and the mouse is basically perfect.
    I gave ~ 600 for mine and the price so it is an obvious choice.

    Note: I use 4 pcs mice to the same PC: Razer Naga 2014 Corsair M65 Pro, the Razer Mamba and Mx Master. A bit too many perhaps, but all are spot on in their own way. Mx Master is used for desktop, notebook and my tab.
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Had it for about a month and it works perfectly. Very comfortable mouse to use and really great to be able to decide what the buttons do. However, I think the right and left click is something easy to press down - but it is only a personal opinion.

    + size
    + buttons
    + battery
    + You can customize

    - Front / back button is a bit oddly placed
  • Barely acceptable
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Very good computer mouse the first few days. Now after about a week of use the scroll wheel is broken, this will not happen for this price! Can not recommend.

    Received the replacement product and it has worked for some weeks now. Increases grade.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    goa stuff that the!
  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Design error in this mouse.
    It took a week before it is finished "work" for me, and seen more written about the same problem.

    The breaking down the scroll wheel gets stuck in the position where it is spinning freely.

    This is an obvious hardware design flaw.
    Found the following entry about what causes it and how to fix it (temporarily).

    So skip this product, you want to have a similar mouse there the previous model, the MX Performance remains as I have had for over 2 years without worries.
  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Really comfortable and enjoyable mouse if it had not been for the scroll wheel stops working after a certain time. I have gone through three mice at this point that passed between 1-4 weeks before the scroll wheel passes to just being in free mode.

    I lacked the tilt position of the wheel well, usually use the tilt to change the tab which unfortunately was not as smooth with the thumbwheel.

    Without the problem with the scroll wheel, I would probably put 6-7 / 10.
  • Good
    1 year ago
    The mouse is one of the best I've used, so if it was it would get the full pot.

    But now there was this with the scroll wheel, after 4 weeks ended it work. Since there seems to be a common error, I thought in my simplicity that it was fixed now when the mouse around for a while, but not ...

    Is good Youtube videos showing how easy it is to fix, but still. The mouse is not exactly cheap.
  • Barely acceptable
    1 year ago
    As for many other so ended scrollhjullet to function as it should. Only the free spin function.

    Beauty mouse in general, but it feels like that to buy a "kvalitetsmus" one must peel yourself apart after a week.
  • Good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Update 2016-05-17
    If the scroll wheel to stop working properly (the free spin always enabled) are an easy fix.
    During the two great friction reducing the labels on the bottom sits 4 pcs cross-screws. Carefully cut the labels with the scalpel or the like so that the screws are visible, but the rest of the labels remain. Clearly visible until the underside is 2 Torx screws (TX5). Remove all 6 screws. Remove the lid. Directly behind the scroll wheel sits a small electric motor (or whatever it is). On the shoulder is a little piece of plastic shaped a bit like a crescent. Press on the half moon as it rolls down the shaft again. Now scroll wheel to work well again. Tighten the screws carefully, there are plastic pulling so you can easily pull apart the threads.
    Picture: http://s32.postimg.org/4dee4es45/DSC_1000_mod.jpg
    Picture: http://s32.postimg.org/o9ru064t1/DSC_0999_mod.jpg
    Do this at your own risk!
    Be the first very pleased with the purchase. After 2 days I started scrolling wheel softer o softer and a day later it was fixed in the free spin mode. One can hear free spin mode is activated by spinning quickly on the wheel, but the wheel does not lock again when you rotate slowly (or not at all). Is how many threads at any time on this, but Logitech does not seem to know any fix to the problem, but they refer to the dealer and warranty exchange. My old MX Revolution has worked for many, many years so it is disappointing that a new mouse breaks for 2 days.
    Have two pieces, both went "down" within a few weeks.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    After two months of use I can say that it is the best I've used. Good weight and fits big hands, is 11-12 in gloves. The wheel that many complain has so far worked well, easy to navigate long Web pages. Very good battery life, has just reloaded twice. Would love to have one at work.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Did not know that the scroll function on this was something I missed all my life. Love the feature of being able to move windows with the thumb button.

    Can not recommend this highly enough!
  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Went from MX to this performance. Was very happy with the purchase. After 2 days I started scrolling wheel softer o softer and a day later, huh fixing in free mode. Scrolls little way up and down. Is how many threads anything like this and the Logitech do not care about the problem. Will be returning.
  • Barely acceptable
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    EDIT: My other specimens caught in also in the free scrolling mode after about 1 week, which resulted in that I left the mouse back to the money. Very sad.

    Has now owned it for about a week, not very long time but still want to share with you my opinion.

    Sitting very comfortably in the hand for me to have relatively large hands (10-11). The mouse has a huge bow across the back that allows it to hold up the inside of the hand in a nice way.

    ** Placement of buttons and scroll wheel **
    The horizontal scroll wheel is very well positioned and I use it frequently to zoom in / out than right horizontal scrolling, the same can unfortunately not be said of the back / forward buttons are quite small and feels a little crammed behind the scroll wheel. However, this is okay in my opinion, when the back button is still pretty easy to find (and how often you use the forward button?).
    Vertical scroll wheel is divinely beautiful, a little loud, according to some, I think you get used to quickly. How have I ever been able to live without being able to free scrolling?
    Button below the thumb is fine and tactile, many applications that facilitate productivity.

    ** Other **
    Unfortunately, my first copy from elgiganten an odd one as after a day locked up in the free scrolling mode. After a quick change in the store, I can not say that this affects my rating
    Logitech software options that are specially made for the mouse works fine. Being able to set specific settings for specific applications is a huge plus.

    I bought mine for 839kr, felt like a lot of money then, but now it feels worth every penny.

    Looking for a mouse for productivity with good opportunities for personal settings and want to pay to get quality?
    Then this is the mouse for you.

    / Ejje
  • Decent
    1 year ago
    I started with the Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer and has since been almost all of Logitech's MX series and my favorite right now is the MX1100. I see the MX Master as a continuation of the series. I've been using it for about half a year it has formed me a pretty good idea.

    First the negative.
    - Shape. MX Master is actually not bad in this but it is something that makes it does not feel quite right. Perhaps it is the "futuristic" a little rougher that makes it feel colder, harder and less ergonomic than their predecessors.

    - The scroll wheel on the thumb is completely meaningless. Have really tried to do anything useful with it but no, it's a gimmick. So very often I need to scroll sideways and to associate other functions were not as good as I sometimes accidentally brush it accidentally.

    - Forward / backward buttons at thumb is poorly designed and poorly located. Had readily preferred to remove the meaningless thumbwheel and have two (or more) well positioned and designed buttons instead.

    - Could have been more well placed buttons, eg forefinger buttons on the MX1100 is ideal for example page up / down.

    - Frequently scroll wheel is fairly loud click when it is not in offline mode.

    - Battery. I do not like the built-in battery. The charge to be less durable than regular batteries and wear out over time so that the charge be shorter and shorter. I would have preferred that one could use standard replaceable batteries.

    Also the positive.
    + Build quality. Nothing feels cheap or fragile.

    + The automatic decoupling of the scroll wheel is very handy and works very well.

    + Sensor. It records quickly and reliably on the surface, I tried.

    Well, it was all positive, I want to mention. Really, is there more that is good compared to many other mice, but when I compare it with the MX1100, I see, unfortunately, most things become worse as the design, the buttons and their placement, battery.

    I would buy new Logitech mouse, today I had rather chosen a G700s for work. However, I have the good fortune to have an extra MX1100 so that I can manage a few years in anticipation of Logitech to find the right again with any future model. :)

    A mediocre 6'a will be on this.
  • Decent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I was pleased with the mouse, except that it lacked features for application-specific buttons, which was a dealbreaker for me. I had to return it after a week. I had no real problems with the hardware piece of the mouse, but it was entirely software-related shortcomings.

    How good than the mouse was, it felt like a downgrade from the MX Revolution / performance. I expected that it would be run by the Setpoint, but it ran through its own interface Logitech Options, then missing a lot of features in the release.

    The implemented, however, support for application-specific buttons, more than 6 months after release. Many problems may have been fixed in this layer.

    I am disappointed that Logitech provided such an inferior product at launch. How could they have missed such important features? They have deliberately made the design choice, to limit the customization in favor of simplicity of. I do not think people pay 1000 SEK to get a simple product with such restrictions.

    However, they seem gradually to have fixed the most obvious problems concerning the software. The mouse is probably now in better shape than it was upon release.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Read on Sweclockers this and had hearty expectations!
    But there were many negative comments on this prisjakt this. So I was a little unsure if it was worth SEK 1,000 to test.

    Previously, I have been driving with the MX Revolution. Had 2st and now that the others died, it felt natural to run on the latest version.

    Anyway so I rely on the Sweclockers

    * Quality Feeling
    * The precision
    * Free Scrolling, now improved and works much better than the Revolution
    * 3 different device connectors!
    * Better ergonomics than the previous MX

    * A bit too small / poorly designed forward / backward buttons

    Saw that someone complained about the importance of this, according to me it is not a gram heavier than the MX Revolution, then you are used to and like a little heavier, then it's no problem.
    Are you on the other hand van with little poorer and plastigare stuff so maybe you should look forward for something 100kr price range ..

    Again, read the test on Sweclockers, it was fully and properly!
    Are you a fan of the MX series, this is the one for you!
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    I bought this as a replacement for my old workhorse Logitech Performance MX. Is more comfortable in the hand and I feel that it delivers even more precise movements.

    Many think that the price is a bit too juicy, but uses the mouse 8h + a day at work that I so there is nothing to fight about.

    I had the hope that Bluetooth would go to use with equally good results as their accompanying USB adapter. Unfortunately, mouse movement was barely approved with my Early 2015 MacBook Pro. Had they been able to resolve the mouse had been perfect in my eyes, but I'm not sure it's possible with the Bluetooth standard so I give 10/10 anyway.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Had earlier Microsoft sculpt and then I bought this because I want a new mouse, but gave it back the same day that it was so oergonomisk.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Good mouse!

    A bit unusual to go from a small to a larger one this is.
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Bought this from Amazon Marketplace, but went back only 2 hours later and they were kind enough to let me replace it even though the seal was broken.

    Quality. This mouse is a solid that oozes quality.
    -SmartShift Function of the scroll wheel. I liked how you could set the sensitivity when moving from gradual to freedom of scrolling.

    -On Far too heavy and clumsy. I gymmar already 3 days a week. It is enough for me with it.
    -related Bit to the last point: The back of the mouse resting against your palm is too steep and the height of the mouse is too great. The hand bent up kraftigti wrist and feels not at all ergonomic. Health risk!
    -Tumknapparna And the "hidden" key on the edge below the thumb. Thumb buttons were embarrassingly small and far too closely spaced together. You had to feel for properly in order to press the right button. The hidden key was a good idea, but its inertia made it such a hassle to press the button that you would rather did not.
    -Sidoscrollhjulet. Even here, the idea is good but why is it so incredibly slow?

    Should this really be a top of the line product from Logitech? The perfect bubble of design error and is straight out unpleasant to use. Do again do right!
  • Acceptable
    2 years ago
    Went from a small lightweight and ergonomic VX Nano to this.

    • High precision and comfortable to navigate more.
    • Good scroll wheel up there with cool switching function to switch from incrementally scroll to "infinity".

    • It is clearly much bigger and clumsier, and you can not just lift it up like that easily without having to take hold of it when the mouse pad edge is grace, or some other edge / obstacles.
    • Weighs much, it's not good for ergonimin.
    • scroll wheel on the side is the right useless in precision regardless of settings, its friction / resistance is probably the problem.
    • The buttons on the side are a bit of something you can guess at.

    Someone leaving sadly back my waiting in its "little brother" MX Anywhere 2 is an update of the evolution of the VX Nano.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago

    That's what I had given an MX master who works as it should.

    The example I had had no problems with the change in scroll feature that made it became locked in a position (yes I tried all the settings and drivers and re-installations and reboots etc etc).

    After some reading in the forums seems to be software related. Whatever the reason is a malfunctioning mouse unacceptable and I gave it back. It will probably be a new one as soon as the department store, I Copt at getting into more.

    For those of you who are hesitant, I can anyway advise to buy it. It's good shit, when it works. Logitech is in the forums aware of the problem with the scroll and will probably fix it by updating the software.

    For those of you who need to think a little more economical, I would advise to rather buy an MX Performance, which has a bit more quality per dollar value. If you want more buttons that run on a G602.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Like the design sharp! Is well in hand for me as the size bigger ... no fuss to install it went so fast that I thought I had done wrong. Appearance is the strikingly beautiful. Is a little longer than the MX Performance and it makes it more comfortable in the long run. gliding wonderfully well on my SteelSeries mouse pad. Ever negative is well price and that we hand the keys are small. However, it is fine to use the back button but the forward button is a little and difficult to reach for my hands. (but then I use it so little that I do not care). Side Scrolling wheel is a miracle that I managed without prior !?

    A good buy! If you do not want to throw out a thousand pesetas for a mouse, you can of course wait two years, it has probably gone down to 500 - hehe;);)
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    It works better than the touchpad on my Lenovo x230
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Really good! Fits perfectly for me that has a little larger hands (size. 9-10). The full oozes quality, nothing loose or so. The buttons are precise and light but without risking click by mistake. Thumb buttons are small, but it goes to press. The sensor seems really good and the mouse is very easy to use with high precision, but that was expected. Unifying receiver seems to have better accuracy / range than the one that came with the M705 that I have at work. Works great out-of-the box on Linux, has not been tested on Windows so can not comment on possible settings there.

    I'm not a big fan of the Free Scrolling or whatever you call it, but this is certainly easily the best version I've come across (it activates automatically when rotated fast enough or with a button). The bronze color looks better in real life than in pictures, but I do not know if it was the best color selection. Is it worth 999? Oh well, maybe.