It is likely that computer accessory manufacturer Logitech will soon introduce new input devices. According to a report, it is said to be a Logitech MX Master 3S Mouse and Logitech MX Mechanical Keyboard. The mouse is said to have an “8K sensor” and is 90 percent quieter than its predecessor. The keyboard comes in three different configurations.
According to a report by colleagues from WinFuture, Logitech may be about to announce new peripherals. It is said to be a new mouse from the MX Master series and a new keyboard called MX Mechanical. This will be available in two sizes and offers three different switches.
Logitech with new input devices?
According to the report, the Logitech MX Master 3S is a mouse for demanding users. The manufacturer itself is said to call this a “performance wireless mouse”. The design shouldn’t change compared to its predecessor, but what’s under the hood should. The MX Master 3S appears to have an “8K sensor”, so it can work with 8000 dpi, while the predecessor had to work with 4,000 dpi.
In addition, the mouse should have “quiet click” buttons and therefore be 90 percent quieter. In addition, the device must be usable on all surfaces, including glass. Other equipment can be kept.
In addition to the mouse, a new keyboard will also be included in the Logitech portfolio. The MX Mechanical will be available in two sizes, with and without a number pad. Both variants are equipped with adaptive backlighting and are described as “wireless performance keyboards”. Three different keyboard keys will be available: “Tactile”, “Linear” or “Click”. However, it is not yet known whether the keys can be purchased individually and exchanged by the customer.
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