Logitech unveils its state-of-the-art MX Master Wireless Mouse, which is based on a hand-sculpted design and constructed to deliver the best of its "mouse innovations" in one peripheral.
A descendant of the MX Revolution, the MX Master Wireless is now Logitech's flag-bearing mouse, according to Charlotte Johs, global vice president of computer peripherals at Logitech.
"The Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse is a beautifully designed, customizable mouse with the versatility of control, precision and speed," said Johs. "The numerous navigation options and advanced features make it our best mouse ever."
The $99 MX Master Wireless seeks to reign as one mouse to rule them all, boasting versatility that lets it move from screen to screen and platform to platform with ease.
The mouse's Easy-Switch button enables users to toggle the MX Master Wireless' attention between up to three devices. Users can move, on the fly, between a tablet, laptop and desktop.
Laden with controls that are strategically placed and angled on the ergonomic design, the MX Master Wireless features horizontal and vertical speed adaptive scroll wheels along with standard right- and left-click buttons. The platform-agnostic mouse can also take advantage of Mac OS X's gesture controls.
To exact commands issued from the hands of its users, the MX Wireless Master makes use of Logitech's Darkfield Laser technology to track movement across many surface types. The mouse can even precisely track movements and gestures across glass and glossy surfaces, according to Logitech.
The MX Master Wireless provides two forms of connectivity, allowing it to connect to devices via its Bluetooth dongle or through Logitech's Unifying Receiver.
Though it is a wireless mouse, Logitech says power shouldn't be much of a concern for users. The MX Master Wireless lasts up to 40 days on a full charge and, should the battery get too low, users can get a whole day of usage out of the mouse after recharging it for just four minutes.
News of the MX Wireless Master came a few weeks after Logitech announced a new mouse designed with gamers in mind. Based on feedback from core gamers, the Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Performance Edition Gaming Mouse delivers optical sensors to and buttons tensioned by metal springs.
"We took this feedback and built a mouse that was tuned and tested by pros to help ensure improved accuracy, comfort and performance. Thanks to you and this feedback, we've built an amazing product," said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of the Logitech gaming business.