Logitech's MX Master 3 and MX Keys Series for Mac mouse & keyboard are hot
What you need to know
- Logitech is going all-out for Mac users.
- It's added a new keyboard and mouse to the mix and they're based on already-popular PC accessories.
- The MX Master 3 and MX Keys Series for Mac are available now.
Logitech is already one of the most popular accessory makers across PC and Mac platforms and now it's launched new (opens in new tab) Mac-specific accessories that are, officially, fire. I've decreed it so.
Freshly announced, the MX Master 3 and MX Keys Series for Mac will both be available this month across the United States with an international launch happening at some point in August.
Starting with the mouse, Logitech also points out that it can be used with iPad, too.
Users can also set up app-specific profiles that change how the mouse reacts to button presses depending on the app being used, too. Battery life is impressive as well.
As for the MX Keys keyboard, the illuminated keys add a touch of class and because this thing is designed for the Mac, it has a Mac layout. Finally!
You can also use this keyboard with an iPad if that's your jam of course. In fact, this would probably make a great iPad keyboard now I think about it.
Both the MX Master 3 (opens in new tab) and MX Keys Series for Mac (opens in new tab) are on sale now the United States costing $99.99 apiece. International buyers will need to wait until August, however.
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