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Logitech MX Master AMZ - Wireless Mouse, £39.92 at Amazon Spain
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Logitech MX Master AMZ - Wireless Mouse, £39.92 at Amazon Spain

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Posted 24th Nov 2019Edited by:"Tacavas"

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Fantastic mouse at low price, black friday offer.

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  • Multi-Device Pairing : Pair up to 3 different PC or laptop devices and easily switch between them with the touch of a button; the MX Master wireless mouse is both Bluetooth and Unifying receiver compatible
  • Precision and Speed : Navigate through long documents and web pages faster and easier with the adaptive scroll wheel of this ergonomic mouse, switching seamlessly from click-to-click to hyper-fast scrolling, on Windows as well as on Mac
  • Logitech Darkfield Tracking : Outperforms optical sensors and allows you to use this computer mouse on virtually any surface, be it shiny white or even glass
  • Distinctive Thumb Wheel : Experience side-to-side scrolling with a stroke of your thumb. To unlock the full range of thumb wheel possibilities of the PC mouse, remember to install Logitech options software
  • Enhanced Power Management : This Logitech mouse offers up to 40 days of power on a single full charge, full day of usage in only 4 minutes charge time with no downtime while recharging your cordless Bluetooth mouse
  • Upgrade to MX Master 3 for ultimate productivity : Scroll 1000 lines in a second, App specific profiles, USB-C rechargeable, improved thumb controls
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The mutli-device pairing has been a god-send for me. The battery reading accuracy in Windows 10 isn't exactly "accurate", but it's smooth, the battery lasts a long time, and it was the only mouse to work on my map of the world mouse mat.
This is the V2 with micro usb. I have one and it's good, but waiting out for the usb c version eventually at a reasonable price.
I bought this when it was £50 in August. Great mouse for office and drawing, graphics production etc. I think gamers will have issues with this as it kinda goes to sleep if not touched for a little while then kicks back again.
Seems that the price of 36 pounds is only for people with spanish Amazon Prime. Otherwise, theres additional 4 euro charge for delivery.

Also MX Master AMZ - what does AMZ stands for? is it MX Master, MX Master 2 or 2S?
Dinth24/11/2019 08:10

Seems that the price of 36 pounds is only for people with spanish Amazon …Seems that the price of 36 pounds is only for people with spanish Amazon Prime. Otherwise, theres additional 4 euro charge for delivery.Also MX Master AMZ - what does AMZ stands for? is it MX Master, MX Master 2 or 2S?


AMZ is just an Amazon variant. No difference

If anyone doesn't want to order from Spain this will 100% be on offer this week in the UK Amazon as it always is. Usually around 35-40
Edited by: "tehwabbit" 24th Nov 2019
Dinth24/11/2019 08:10

Seems that the price of 36 pounds is only for people with spanish Amazon …Seems that the price of 36 pounds is only for people with spanish Amazon Prime. Otherwise, theres additional 4 euro charge for delivery.Also MX Master AMZ - what does AMZ stands for? is it MX Master, MX Master 2 or 2S?


It's MX Master - be aware of only 1600DPI, just enough for FHD, it's not usable with qHD. Unless you like to move your whole arm to reach other side of the screen.
Tempting!

But as a few have already mentioned, it's bound to be in the Sale soon and I'm waiting on the USB C version to be reasonable to buy.

Worth the price if your not willing to wait until then!
HavocLP24/11/2019 08:27

It's MX Master - be aware of only 1600DPI, just enough for FHD, it's not …It's MX Master - be aware of only 1600DPI, just enough for FHD, it's not usable with qHD. Unless you like to move your whole arm to reach other side of the screen.


One inch to move over 2x1080 monitors ........ And thats with the older mx performance mouse. I also have the speed setting down a bit too. So check your mouse settings
A good deal, but likely to be cheaper on BF.
cmahey24/11/2019 09:45

A good deal, but likely to be cheaper on BF.


Better be,I want one
Is this basically the 2S variant in disguise / different retail packaging?
I have a Prime subscription and got a business account.
For anyone who might be in the same situation, you should be able to get it for £36.80 on Amazon UK.

This is what I get:
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Tacavas24/11/2019 09:46

Better be,I want one


I bought this same mouse last year, this might give you hope:

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Don't quite understand waiting for the USB C version. It's just the end that goes into the mouse every now and then, and a Micro-USB cable is cheaper and far more plentiful than a USB C cable anyway. If for some reason you only want to retain cables with USB C ends, just buy a cheap converter to keep on the shelf.
Edited by: "Ashe" 24th Nov 2019
HavocLP24/11/2019 08:27

It's MX Master - be aware of only 1600DPI, just enough for FHD, it's not …It's MX Master - be aware of only 1600DPI, just enough for FHD, it's not usable with qHD. Unless you like to move your whole arm to reach other side of the screen.


I have 4K on my main monitor and QHD on my secondary without any problem. It'll be a mouse setting issue.
WilliamAllan24/11/2019 09:51

Is this basically the 2S variant in disguise / different retail packaging?


It's the MX Master.
It comes with the bronze coloured trim.
I can't remember if the mouse itself has any mention of "AMZ" in the model number on it's label, but the packaging mentions it clearly.
I don't think there are any differences to the non-Amazon version.
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Ashe24/11/2019 10:17

Don't quite understand waiting for the USB C version. It's just the end …Don't quite understand waiting for the USB C version. It's just the end that goes into the mouse every now and then, and a Micro-USB cable is cheaper and far more plentiful than a USB C cable anyway. If for some reason you only want to retain cables with USB C ends, just buy a cheap converter to keep on the shelf.


Firstly, the scroll wheel has been improved and it's also had the design updated.

Secondly, why not? As everything is becoming USB C it makes it a lot whole easier and less stressful to carry around another adapter. Whereas if I had all my devices using USB C, I have one cable for all instead of two for some and then the rest for the other.
The-General24/11/2019 10:32

Firstly, the scroll wheel has been improved and it's also had the design …Firstly, the scroll wheel has been improved and it's also had the design updated.Secondly, why not? As everything is becoming USB C it makes it a lot whole easier and less stressful to carry around another adapter. Whereas if I had all my devices using USB C, I have one cable for all instead of two for some and then the rest for the other.



scroll wheel upgrade - recently degunged my mx performance mouse's wheel, but the "application switcher [which is configable]" button has sorta detached itself. And the back and forward buttons have been moved (to a more sensible postion)..

Don't care about if its micro usb or usb c - its a plug - if you are worried about the shape of it then errm....
taras24/11/2019 10:39

scroll wheel upgrade - recently degunged my mx performance mouse's wheel, …scroll wheel upgrade - recently degunged my mx performance mouse's wheel, but the "application switcher [which is configable]" button has sorta detached itself. And the back and forward buttons have been moved (to a more sensible postion)..Don't care about if its micro usb or usb c - its a plug - if you are worried about the shape of it then errm....


I hear that, but we all have our preferences and as things are moving to a uniformed standard it seems sensible to invest in such a product that will last for sometime.

Better to be ahead than behind in this sort of game.
The-General24/11/2019 10:42

I hear that, but we all have our preferences and as things are moving to a …I hear that, but we all have our preferences and as things are moving to a uniformed standard it seems sensible to invest in such a product that will last for sometime. Better to be ahead than behind in this sort of game.


We're quite a way off Micro-USB disappearing, and as such most people using a variety of devices will still need to have a Micro USB cable or £1 adapter about, just in case. I can't see it as something that people will be left ahead or behind on.

It just confuses me that people would wait to buy a mouse that they may use for hours each day, mainly on the basis of a Micro USB connector that might take them a few seconds extra to charge via an adapter once or twice a month.
Edited by: "Ashe" 24th Nov 2019
Great product. I have been using an earlier version of the MX Master for office work for about 10 years, and it runs like new. One charge lasts between 1 and 2 weeks; the rechargeable batteries are themselves replaceable. If unexpectedly the charge runs out, you can just connect the charging cable (micro USB in my case) and continue using it as a wired mouse while it recharges. Nice heft to it, feels solid. Worth every penny!
Ashe24/11/2019 10:19

I have 4K on my main monitor and QHD on my secondary without any problem. …I have 4K on my main monitor and QHD on my secondary without any problem. It'll be a mouse setting issue.



is the palm rest button configurable per application - as its not in the mx performance software - i want key assign it in one application. Normally i have it as a sound mute button?
I've got one and I highly recommend it, its great!
taras24/11/2019 11:37

is the palm rest button configurable per application - as its not in the …is the palm rest button configurable per application - as its not in the mx performance software - i want key assign it in one application. Normally i have it as a sound mute button?


Not sure what button you mean by palm rest? I only discovered a couple of weeks ago that the thumb rest clicks down as a button, had completely missed that - the Logitech Options let you select app-specific settings for that. I should really do some app-specific bindings sometime.
Ashe24/11/2019 11:18

We're quite a way off Micro-USB disappearing, and as such most people …We're quite a way off Micro-USB disappearing, and as such most people using a variety of devices will still need to have a Micro USB cable or £1 adapter about, just in case. I can't see it as something that people will be left ahead or behind on.It just confuses me that people would wait to buy a mouse that they may use for hours each day, mainly on the basis of a Micro USB connector that might take them a few seconds extra to charge via an adapter once or twice a month.


I wouldn't say disappearing, but it is being favoured for USB C for any new products.

Oh adapters, I for one do not want to worry or have to think everytime I need switch bags or etc to pack an adapter each and everytime. An adapter would cost around £5 for a good quality one and even then you would need more than one.

Whereas if you invested a little bit more to bring that gap, it would serve to be both less inconvenient and more practical.

But there my thoughts on the matter, still happy to wait until BF
I'm keen on the MX 3, not because of the plug but because of the wheel. Hopefully it'll be discounted on BF because £100 is a lot to spend on a mouse.
Ashe24/11/2019 11:43

Not sure what button you mean by palm rest? I only discovered a couple of …Not sure what button you mean by palm rest? I only discovered a couple of weeks ago that the thumb rest clicks down as a button, had completely missed that - the Logitech Options let you select app-specific settings for that. I should really do some app-specific bindings sometime.


the one on the left side (circled) with the red arrow39096221-1Tsmi.jpg
The-General24/11/2019 11:45

I wouldn't say disappearing, but it is being favoured for USB C for any …I wouldn't say disappearing, but it is being favoured for USB C for any new products. Oh adapters, I for one do not want to worry or have to think everytime I need switch bags or etc to pack an adapter each and everytime. An adapter would cost around £5 for a good quality one and even then you would need more than one. Whereas if you invested a little bit more to bring that gap, it would serve to be both less inconvenient and more practical. But there my thoughts on the matter, still happy to wait until BF


Obviously circumstances may be different if you're regularly travelling with an MX Master. I was considering it in relation to normal desktop/home/office use, where I can't see Micro-USB being an issue.

I'm pretty sure this mouse will be reduced further sometime this week anyway.
taras24/11/2019 12:08

the one on the left side (circled) with the red arrow[Image]


That's the same image from my software, mine just says MX Master not the 3, and I can rebind that to a specific application via the top right - was what I was referring to in my last post by thumb rest.
Edited by: "Ashe" 24th Nov 2019
Ashe24/11/2019 12:11

That's the same image from my software, mine just says MX Master not the …That's the same image from my software, mine just says MX Master not the 3, and I can rebind that to a specific application via the top right - was what I was referring to in my last post by thumb rest.



thanks yeah on the mx performance setpoint software you can't change it per app (annoying) also the main scroll wheel is a button too (which about 80% of people don't know that either)
This mouse started off well until a month ago the scoll wheel had a mind of it's own scrolling and not stopping. I've not had that issue with other Logitech mice but it has upset me so much as I can't stop the scroll where I want so I've put is aside in favour of the m590. Bad mouse, naughty mouse Has anyone else had this issue before on the scroll wheel?
The-General24/11/2019 11:45

still happy to wait until BF


Not gonna happen with the mx3, the demand for it has taken logitech by surprise. Even they ran out of the devices. Eitther stump up the 99 quids or wait till 2020
sofiathefirst124/11/2019 12:35

This mouse started off well until a month ago the scoll wheel had a mind …This mouse started off well until a month ago the scoll wheel had a mind of it's own scrolling and not stopping. I've not had that issue with other Logitech mice but it has upset me so much as I can't stop the scroll where I want so I've put is aside in favour of the m590. Bad mouse, naughty mouse Has anyone else had this issue before on the scroll wheel?


do you mean the ratchet function?
Ashe24/11/2019 10:19

I have 4K on my main monitor and QHD on my secondary without any problem. …I have 4K on my main monitor and QHD on my secondary without any problem. It'll be a mouse setting issue.


Nope it's but, you just don't mind such low sense but I do and I am aware many people might have similar experience and I wish someone told me that before I bought it currently running Corsair mouse on approx 2800dpi and it's spot on for me.
HavocLP24/11/2019 13:26

Nope it's but, you just don't mind such low sense but I do and I am aware …Nope it's but, you just don't mind such low sense but I do and I am aware many people might have similar experience and I wish someone told me that before I bought it currently running Corsair mouse on approx 2800dpi and it's spot on for me.


I'm assuming you meant "nope it's not". You had said "unless you like to move your whole arm to reach other side of the screen" and talked of it being unusable with QHD. I only need to move my wrist to move the mouse from one far edge of my 4K monitor to the other far edge of my QHD monitor, so I don't think the reason for your experience is that it's "only 1600DPI".
Edited by: "Ashe" 24th Nov 2019
Fantastic mouse. I use it every day. Just ordered the 2S version or I would have picked this up.
This is a hell of a mouse. Sturdy too. Fallen off the arm of the couch more than once now
If you are transporting a lot a case may be wotht a look
MA3STRO24/11/2019 13:44

Fantastic mouse. I use it every day. Just ordered the 2S version or I …Fantastic mouse. I use it every day. Just ordered the 2S version or I would have picked this up.


Just did the same picked the 2s up for £44 a couple of days ago, only just started using it but so far it's a great mouse.
Decent mouse but bear in mind you have to recharge it fairly frequently unlike standard batteries. Also not many apps support the sideways scroll wheel.
Edited by: "Zimmy" 24th Nov 2019
how does it work with MAC?
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