The brand new Logitech MX Master 3 Bluetooth mouse has yet to drop in price at major retailers like Amazon or Best Buy, but you can get it through the Lenovo website right now for just $71.24 thanks to a price drop to $74.99 and the code EXTRA5 which adds another 5% off to the price. That's an unusual deal not only because of the shop but because it's such a huge drop for a mouse that just released. You'll also get free shipping.
New and improved
Newest iteration of the MX Master. Never been on sale before. Connects to 3 devices via Bluetooth. Uses USB receiver on Windows, Mac, or Linux. Ultra-fast and precise. Perfectly sculpted. Full battery lasts 70 days with 3 hours from 1 minute charge.
$100.00 $29 off
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The Logitech MX Master 3 is relatively new, having just released back in September. It's a followup to one of Logitech's most successful product lines.
The MX Master 3 charges through a USB-C port. The battery is significantly large and can last for up to 70 days, so you're not really going to be worrying too much about keeping this mouse running. Plus, it also has a quick charge functionality. You can get three hours of use after charging for just one minute. That's important when you're in a hurry and need to get it up and running.
In addition to the great battery life, the mouse also has an awesome sensor. The Darkfield 4,000 DPI sensor is faster than any basic mouse. It is incredibly precise, too, and can work on any surface. You can even use it on glass and get enhanced accuracy.
The scroll wheels use ultrafast electromagnetic scrolling that's up to 90% faster, more precise, and more quiet than previous generations. The mouse is also designed with comfort in mind and has a shape that will hold your hand comfortably as you use it. The buttons have all been adjusted and placed in the perfect location.
Use Logitech's app for some customization options. You can view the predfined app-specific profiles and other options and use them to speed up your workflow.
Connect up to three devices via Bluetooth and use a USB receiver on Windows, Mac, or Linux. Switch seamlessly between all of them.
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