Logitech MX Master 3S – Wireless Performance Mouse with Ultra-fast Scrolling, Ergo, 8K DPI, Track on Glass, Quiet Clicks, USB-C, Bluetooth,…

(7 customer reviews)

Original price was: $99.99.Current price is: $92.50.

Last updated on 12:04 Details
  • Any-surface tracking – now 8K DPI: Use MX Master 3S cordless computer mouse to work on any surface – even glass (1) – with the upgraded 8000 DPI sensor with customizable sensitivity
  • Introducing quiet clicks: MX Master 3S Bluetooth mouse introduces Quiet Clicks – offering the same satisfying feel but with 90% less click noise (2)
  • Magspeed scrolling: A computer mouse with remarkable speed, precision, and near silence – MagSpeed scrolling is 90% faster (3), 87% more precise (4), and ultra quiet
  • Ergonomic design: Work comfortably with a precision mouse featuring a silhouette crafted for a more natural wrist posture and optimally placed thumb controls
  • Upgraded customization software: Customize buttons and optimize your workflow with App specific profiles in the improved Logi Options+ (5)
  • FLOW cross-computer control: Work seamlessly on multiple computers or laptops, and transfer text, images, and files – between Windows & macOS (5)
  • Multi-device and multi-OS: Connect the comfort mouse with up to 3 devices via Bluetooth or the included Logi Bolt USB receiver (6) on Windows, macOS, Chrome OS or Linux
  • Stays powered for up to 70 days on a full charge, and a 1 minute charge powers the mouse for up to 3 hours



‎MX Master 3S

Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎PC, Mac

Operating System

‎Linux, Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎5 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎6.7 x 5.5 x 2.3 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎6.7 x 5.5 x 2.3 inches



Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎May 24, 2022

7 reviews for Logitech MX Master 3S – Wireless Performance Mouse with Ultra-fast Scrolling, Ergo, 8K DPI, Track on Glass, Quiet Clicks, USB-C, Bluetooth,…

  1. Geekwee

    This mouse quality built is good and feels nice in the hand. But the scroll wheel do not work properly. when you try to scroll up it doesn’t recognize the scroll sometimes. Only in ratchet mode it doesn’t work. but when you put it in free mode i think its called it works. read online this is a issue for this mouse… the first mouse had the problem so i was thinking it was a defect but when i bought a 2nd mouse same issue. Read online a lot of people have same issue. going to return it and try a different mouse i really like this mouse too.

  2. Top Coffee Bender

    Upgraded from an MX 2 based on the reviews.

    The MX 3 has a steeper angle/slope that should make it more ergonomic, it’s more comfortable than a MX 2, I was using a Contour Unimouse daily (using an MX 2 daily would cramp my hand), but now I have been using the MX 3 daily with no issues.

    The magnetic scroll wheel has some issues, kinda gimmicky. Never used the MX 2 longer enough but it seems it got worse compared to the MX 2.
    I tried using it without the Logitech unifying dongle (to save a USB port) and with Bluetooth it had frequent lags disconnects (reading about it it could be a Windows 10 upgrade issue).
    I kinda liked the design for the MX 2 better.

    Most reviews seem to like the bare metal scroll wheels, I kinda liked the rubber rings…

    If you’re comfortable using an MX 2 no need to upgrade.

  3. Eric

    I have two of the previous generation and this is an improvement in every way.

    – Wheel moves easier, and the magnetic lock on this one seems to actually work, as opposed the previous gen that would release the lock after some period of time
    – Slightly smaller than the previous one, no real opinion on that for me, but those with smaller hands will like it better
    – Side-scrolling wheel actually useful now. Previous one was too hard to use, and I just ignored it.
    – Somehow the clicks feel better too. Can’t articulate how, but they feel nicer.

  4. “seniorit”

    I’ve been using this mouse for a year and I have to say, it has exceeded my expectations. The ergonomic design is comfortable to use for long periods of time and the ultrafast scrolling feature has made navigating through documents and websites a breeze. The customization options are also a great bonus, allowing me to tailor the mouse to my specific needs. The USB-C, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity options make it easy to use with a variety of devices.

    First of all, the ergonomic design is top-notch. The shape of the mouse fits comfortably in my hand and the thumb rest and gesture button allow me to use the mouse without straining my hand or wrist. This is especially important for me as I tend to use a mouse for long periods of time and have experienced discomfort with other models in the past. The Logitech MX Master 3 has completely eliminated that issue for me.

    The ultrafast scrolling feature is also a game-changer. I frequently have to scroll through long documents and websites, and the smooth and precise scrolling on the MX Master 3 makes that task much easier and more efficient. It’s a small detail, but it has made a big difference in my daily workflow.

    The customization options are also a great feature. I was able to program the buttons to perform specific actions that I use frequently, such as copying and pasting or opening my email. This has saved me a lot of time and effort as I no longer have to navigate through menus or use keyboard shortcuts to perform these tasks.

    One of the standout features of the Logitech MX Master 3 is the Flow cross-computer control. This allows you to use the mouse to seamlessly control multiple computers at the same time. You can even copy and paste files and text between the computers, which is a huge time-saver.To use the Flow feature, you simply need to install the Logitech Options software on each of the computers you want to connect. From there, you can easily switch between the computers using the mouse and keyboard, as if you were using just one device. I’ve found the Flow feature to be extremely useful in my work as it allows me to easily move between multiple projects without having to constantly switch between devices. It’s a unique and innovative feature that sets the MX Master 3 apart from other mice on the market.

    Some potential concerns:
    -Price on the higher end
    -Not left-hand friendly
    -Size not for smaller hands
    -Scroll wheel may be too smooth for some

    Overall, the Logitech MX Master 3 is a fantastic mouse that has greatly improved my productivity and comfort while using a computer. It’s a high-quality product that I would highly recommend to anyone in need of a reliable and comfortable wireless mouse.

  5. Ryan S


    Scrolling 5/5
    -Scrolling on Windows has always be light years behind Mac – even when using a track pad on Windows vs a stepped scroll wheel, the scroll feels jerky and inconsistent while Macs always feel buttery smooth and fluid no matter what device you use. This mouse with the scroll wheel in free spin “MagSpeed” mode is the closest I’ve ever felt a Windows machine scroll like a Mac. It really is super nice. I almost never put it into the stepped mode. I see a lot of comments talking about inconsistent scrolling on this mouse and I cannot say I have experienced that. For context I am using the Lightspeed connector and not Bluetooth, which I’m sure plays a large factor with the free spin. Let’s look at the math behind that. Logitech claims Lightspeed has a 1ms response time, while bluetooth can be as low as 34ms but is often times more around 100-300ms. In “MagSpeed” mode at full spin speed, this mouse will do 1000 lines per second. So yes, for your computer to ingest those line signals it’s going to need a 1ms response rate. I am also using Logitech’s Options+ software which may also play a role in scrolling stability.

    Ergonomics 4/5
    -Ergonomics feel really nice to me, but borderline too small. My glove size is between M and L (or 8 and 9), so if you are an L or larger hand maybe this won’t work for you, but everyone’s comfort is different. The thumb and palm sculpting is really nice and fills the hand nicely (depending on your size). The matte finish texturing also feels nice, I just hope it doesn’t deteriorate over time.

    Logitech Options+ Software 5/5
    -Being able to program the button map per application is a game changer (for me) and has really improved my work flow. DPI can also be adjusted here.

    Gesture Button 5/5
    -The lower thumb “gesture” button gives back Mac like gestures to mouse users, something I sorta forgot I was missing but use it all the time now.

    DPI 5/5
    -I found out 8k DPI is too high for my monitor, which was one of the deciding factors for me between this and the MX 3. I have a 49inch ultrawide 32:9 ratio monitor at 5120X1440 resolution, and I could feel the lower DPI of my old mouse on this monitor. However this one set to 8k is crazy fast – way too fast – so I currently have it set to 55% speed. Again lets look at the math – if you have a 8k monitor, this mouse set to max DPI is going to get from the left most side of the screen to the right most side in just 1inch of mouse travel. That’s fast – you may find that 8K is overkill for your needs. That said, this is all easily adjustable in the Options+ software and it does feel WAY smoother than any mouse or trackpad I’ve used. I’ve yet to use this on glass – I’m sure the DPI helps in that regard.

    Click 4/5
    -I honestly thought I wouldn’t like having a silent click feel, and I like clicky keyboards as well, but it’s growing on me. Enough so to make me rethink the type of keyboard I’m using. Click feel and sound ultimately comes down to preference, so all I can say is you feel the click, but it’s barely audible. Search youtube or even Amazon reviews, I’ve seen sound comparisons with this mouse so judge for yourself.

    -The lost point above is due to size – my fourth finger does rest on the desk, which was true of my previous mouse as well so I’m used to it but the experience would be better if there was a rest point or wing on the right side of this mouse. I don’t know, this is again preference and hold style but for me I think I would have given a higher score for ergonomics if my pinky didn’t touch the desk.

    -Still on the fence on how silent the click is. Feel is good, sound is… well not there. So if you’re used to a satisfying click sound this is going to be jarring.

  6. Bob

    The scroll wheel has a manufacturing defect that Logitech refuses to acknowledge, the scrolling is inconsistent and does not work half the time when you use it. For such a high priced mouse this is not acceptable. I upgraded from a Master Mouse 2S and the same mouse works fine in my computer. I have replaced the Master Mouse 3, three times now and they all exhibit the same problem.

    Stay away from this product until Logitech figures out QA. The Master Mouse 2S is still a great mouse and has no issues.

  7. Mikael

    Cons in comparison to the original Performance MX
    -Only 1 year warranty instead of 3.
    -SHORTER : if placed comfortably in the hand my 3 fingers are too far away to click… A huge issue.
    -Narrower I now have my fourth finger rubbing the mouse pad instead of resting on the side of the mouse.
    -Lighter, no so important but feel cheaper.
    -Even if you put the center scroll wheel to stepped mode it switch to free roll if you turn it to fast or long enough so this button is partially useless, at least it can be mapped to something else. (like switching mouse resolution)

    -I love the horizontal scroll wheel
    -Button/wheels can be configured for each program which is great

    Sadly as I use my mouse sometime more then 12 hours per day if the comfort is not perfect I will injure myself. I already feel a slight pain and stiffness after only one short day !

    I will have to return this mouse and buy parts to repair my old Performance MX v1. An Omron mini switch cost a couple dollars!
    This is a shame since I found the horizontal scroll wheel very useful.

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