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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse (Stone) - £45.34 (Inc Shipping From Amazon DE)

£45.34 @ Amazon Germany
£45.34 including postage can't be bad. All the way from Amazon DE, but in my experience delivery is normally two or three days. Not my choice of colour, but a bargain if you like it. These ar… Read More
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2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago
£45.34 including postage can't be bad.

All the way from Amazon DE, but in my experience delivery is normally two or three days.

Not my choice of colour, but a bargain if you like it.

These are currently £79.99 on Amazon UK, with the lowest price ever showing on the 3xCamels being £62.66
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1 Like #1
Bought it for £41 from Amazon when it was on a Lightening deal before Christmas.

It is so good, you will not worry what colour it is...
#2
aass11
It is so good, you will not worry what colour it is...
I'm a bit finicky though and prefer darker accessories, so still holding out for the black/gold version and K800 illuminated keyboard combo dropping.

Nearly bought what I thought was a black MX Master from Amazon DE and only noticed at the last minute that it was in fact navy.oO
#3
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
#4
I am not seeing that price. Link is showing me e65.16 for stone or navy.
#5
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?

Lots of things. Google it.
#6
Ordered before price gone up. Thanks.
#7
Dammit I even have an alert set for this, it's in my activity but no push notification :(
#8
Well, good price while it lasted!
#9
I'm on my 3rd MX Master because the mousewheel kept breaking. It would become super loose after a couple of days. Even the one I have now is a bit wobbly. Apart from that, the mouse is great.
#10
How many days charge are you guys getting on these? I've had an max revolution and it seemed to last forever. I'm plugging this one in about 3-4times as often.
#11
scotia2
How many days charge are you guys getting on these? I've had an max revolution and it seemed to last forever. I'm plugging this one in about 3-4times as often.

My performance mx will last about 7 to 9 days - with a lot of usage. This one has gone back to a higher capacity lith ion battery
#12
aass11
Bought it for £41 from Amazon when it was on a Lightening deal before Christmas.
It's certainly a wallet-lightening deal...
#13
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.
#14
I have two Logitech wireless mice sitting here unused because they're so unreliable - the cursors refuse to move or skitters about crazily. I bought the second cos I thought it a flaw with the first, more fool me. Now using a portable Dell Bluetooth mouse with no problems. Used to swear by Logitech, now I just swear at it. And their prices! Not voting though cos deal has expired...
1 Like #15
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.

high dpi = less movement of the mouse... its speed sensitive too, Which is very very useful over multiple monitors.

two scroll wheels. the top one has free wheeling and ratchet motion.

Laser precision.

High end mice are in leagues above £10 ones
#16
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?


Sideways scrolling
#17
taras
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.
high dpi = less movement of the mouse... its speed sensitive too, Which is very very useful over multiple monitors.
two scroll wheels. the top one has free wheeling and ratchet motion.
Laser precision.
High end mice are in leagues above £10 ones
The other stuff is debatable, but "high dpi = less movement of the mouse" is meaningless, when you can just apply a multiplication factor to a lower resolution mouse for the same effect. And the reason why this is the same is because it is impossible to position your hand to a precision of 1/1600 of an inch.

I concede that this mouse isn't as daft as another one on here, which has 4800dpi... and is not 4 times better.

Actually "laser precision" is meaningless too - especially when the stock el cheapo mice you get free with PCs all use lasers instead of LEDs nowadays anyway. There's no annoying red glow either way.


Edited By: pibpob on Apr 10, 2017 19:47
#18
I have this mouse and its smaller sibling. They are both fantastic BUT the build quality on the MX Master is its only letdown. My scroll wheel has also 'broken' and is always in 'freewheeling' mode and not 'ratchet' :| . This is after only 4 mths use........
#19
No ones mentioned comfort?

Ive had the MX, MX Revolution, MX Master. All quality mice.

If you're mousing all day at work, then even at full price (think I paid, 50,60,70) they're worth every penny.

I'll admit, the Master I bought for its Bluetooth capability, but that does lag, disconnect and generally cause headaches. So Ive switched back to the unifying receiver. But as its in the back of a dock, it doesn't really matter.
1 Like #21
My office got these for everyone
#22
coventgamer
My office got these for everyone

Yep, I also got them for my entire team at work - we got 20 of them at £75 each! At this price, it's a bargain! I've had the last 3 versions of this mouse and loved each one. Oldest model had some issues after a couple years, but since then they have all lasted and performed above expectations.
#23
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.

Never experienced a connection issue with it. I have it connected to more than one PC, much easier to do that with this mouse than with a cabled mouse, also i dislike trailing cables on a mouse. This mouse is comfortable, it has side scrolling which i find very useful also. I don't really require much precision for what i do with it but it's nice to have for playing games or photoshop.

It has a darkfield laser, not just the usual type of basic laser. I guess if you are fine with a basic wired mouse connected to one PC you don't really have use for this mouse, but then why bother looking at the deal at all?
#24
CoeK
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.
Never experienced a connection issue with it. I have it connected to more than one PC, much easier to do that with this mouse than with a cabled mouse, also i dislike trailing cables on a mouse. This mouse is comfortable, it has side scrolling which i find very useful also. I don't really require much precision for what i do with it but it's nice to have for playing games or photoshop.
It has a darkfield laser, not just the usual type of basic laser. I guess if you are fine with a basic wired mouse connected to one PC you don't really have use for this mouse, but then why bother looking at the deal at all?
Because I am not the person you are imagining me to be. Sideways scrolling I agree is nice. But you don't need to spend anything like this amount to dump the cable.
#25
pibpob
CoeK
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.
Never experienced a connection issue with it. I have it connected to more than one PC, much easier to do that with this mouse than with a cabled mouse, also i dislike trailing cables on a mouse. This mouse is comfortable, it has side scrolling which i find very useful also. I don't really require much precision for what i do with it but it's nice to have for playing games or photoshop.
It has a darkfield laser, not just the usual type of basic laser. I guess if you are fine with a basic wired mouse connected to one PC you don't really have use for this mouse, but then why bother looking at the deal at all?
Because I am not the person you are imagining me to be. Sideways scrolling I agree is nice. But you don't need to spend anything like this amount to dump the cable.

To dump the cable have a comfortable mouse, with darkfield, side scrolling, the ability to connect to multiple computers. What mouse should i use?
#26
CoeK
pibpob
CoeK
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.
Never experienced a connection issue with it. I have it connected to more than one PC, much easier to do that with this mouse than with a cabled mouse, also i dislike trailing cables on a mouse. This mouse is comfortable, it has side scrolling which i find very useful also. I don't really require much precision for what i do with it but it's nice to have for playing games or photoshop.
It has a darkfield laser, not just the usual type of basic laser. I guess if you are fine with a basic wired mouse connected to one PC you don't really have use for this mouse, but then why bother looking at the deal at all?
Because I am not the person you are imagining me to be. Sideways scrolling I agree is nice. But you don't need to spend anything like this amount to dump the cable.
To dump the cable have a comfortable mouse, with darkfield, side scrolling, the ability to connect to multiple computers. What mouse should i use?
I thought I agreed with you on sideways scrolling...
#27
pibpob
CoeK
pibpob
CoeK
pibpob
CoeK
GwanGy
What is so good about THIS mouse ?
Lots of things. Google it.
I did, and I'm a bit baffled. Review says it sometimes loses connectivity. You'd never get that with a cabled mouse. And no-one's yet explained to me what the point of 1600dpi precision is, when it is impossible to position your hand with anything like that precision.
Never experienced a connection issue with it. I have it connected to more than one PC, much easier to do that with this mouse than with a cabled mouse, also i dislike trailing cables on a mouse. This mouse is comfortable, it has side scrolling which i find very useful also. I don't really require much precision for what i do with it but it's nice to have for playing games or photoshop.
It has a darkfield laser, not just the usual type of basic laser. I guess if you are fine with a basic wired mouse connected to one PC you don't really have use for this mouse, but then why bother looking at the deal at all?
Because I am not the person you are imagining me to be. Sideways scrolling I agree is nice. But you don't need to spend anything like this amount to dump the cable.
To dump the cable have a comfortable mouse, with darkfield, side scrolling, the ability to connect to multiple computers. What mouse should i use?
I thought I agreed with you on sideways scrolling...

Ok well i assume you are now unbaffled. Pleased to be of help :)
#28
It's not this price anymore. What a shame! Could have got one to use at work, but then my mouse would be too good for my PC.
#29
I don't know what the benefit of 1600dpi is either but just because my hand can't take advantage of that precision i don't think means it is useless. My eyes can't pick out individual pixels on 4K resolution monitors either but it's still beneficial to overall image quality.
#30
misa426
I don't know what the benefit of 1600dpi is either but just because my hand can't take advantage of that precision i don't think means it is useless. My eyes can't pick out individual pixels on 4K resolution monitors either but it's still beneficial to overall image quality.
Only if you are close enough to the screen to see the pixels, or it makes no difference at all. Unless, of course, there are other differences apart from the resolution.

Edited By: pibpob on Apr 11, 2017 23:34
#31
misa426
I don't know what the benefit of 1600dpi is either but just because my hand can't take advantage of that precision i don't think means it is useless. My eyes can't pick out individual pixels on 4K resolution monitors either but it's still beneficial to overall image quality.

Stop making sense. If it doesn't work for you personally then nobody else will make use of it either.

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