Get a Logitech MX Master 3 mouse for just $80 ($20 off)

Get a Logitech MX Master 3 mouse for just $80 ($20 off)

Logitech sells some of the best computer accessories around, and the MX Master series is the company’s top-of-the-line option for a productivity mouse. The latest MX Master 3 has gone on sale a few times, but thanks to a coupon code at Staples, you can now get it for $80. That’s $20 off the typical price, and while $80 is still a lot for any computer mouse, the MX Master 3 is absolutely packed with features.

The MX Master 3 is a wireless mouse, capable of connecting over Bluetooth or 2.4GHz low-latency wireless (the latter of which is powered by the included USB wireless adapter). That makes the MX Master 3 an excellent option for desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, and anything else that supports a mouse. You can even store three connections in the mouse (the USB adapter counts as one), so switching between devices doesn’t always require re-pairing.

    Logitech MX Master 3
    This high-end mouse is on sale for $80 at Staples. Enter code 77858 at checkout to get the discount.

There are a few other handy features on the MX Master 3. It has a USB Type-C port for charging, instead of the non-reversible (and more fragile) microUSB connector found on many other mice and PC accessories. I use Logitech’s MX Vertical as my main mouse, which also has a Type-C port, and being able to use my phone’s power cable to charge my mouse has come in handy a few times. Logitech also has a desktop application for Windows and macOS, which can remap the mouse’s buttons and pair the mouse to multiple PCs at once (functioning like a multi-monitor setup).

The only possible downside to the MX Master 3 is the sensor, which has a maximum resolution of 4,000 DPI. That’s more than acceptable for productivity work and some gaming, but if you’re frequently playing competitive games, a purpose-built gaming mouse might be a better fit. There are several wireless gaming mice available with higher sensitivity options, like the Razer Basilisk X with a 16,000 DPI sensor.

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Corbin Davenport
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