Logitech Launches New 'Designed for Mac' Mice and Keyboards

Logitech today announced the launch of several new mice and keyboards that have been developed for use with Apple's Macs, including Logitech's first mechanical keyboard that has been optimized for the Mac.

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The MX Mechanical Mini for Mac Keyboard has a keyboard layout designed for Macs, with tools to customize shortcuts with Logi Options+. The keyboard uses Tactile Quiet low-profile switches for a quiet typing experience, and the keys are backlit. It comes in Space Gray or Pale Gray, and it can connect to three Apple devices with the Easy Switch feature.

Logitech is also making the K380 Multi-Device Keyboard for Mac available in a new blueberry color that joins existing colors like white, black, and rose. The K380 is designed to be space-saving for use wherever you are, and it is able to work with Macs, iPads, and iPhones.

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As for mice, Logitech is debuting the MX Master 3S for Mac and the Lift for Mac. The MX Master 3S has a MagSpeed Electromagnetic wheel that can scroll through 1,000 lines per second, and it has an adjustable DPI that can be set between 1,000 and 8,000 for precise work on high-resolution displays. Available in Space Gray or Pale Gray, the mouse uses Quiet Clicks, and like all of Logitech's new products, it is able to connect to three devices at once.

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The Lift for Mac Mouse is an ergonomic mouse that is meant to place the hand in a natural handshake position at a 57 degree angle. Logitech says that this design puts less pressure on the wrist during the day, and keeps the arm and upper body in a more natural position. The mouse is ideal for people with small to medium-sized hands.

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Logitech's new products are available from the Logitech website. The MX Mechanical Mini for Mac is priced at $150, the K380 in Blueberry is priced at $40, the MX Master 3S for Mac is priced at $100, and the Lift for Mac is priced at $70.

Top Rated Comments

Mac Fly (film) Avatar
10 weeks ago
Give me a wired keyboard and mouse any day. No battery to be manufactured and 100% uptime and connection. 10x prefer wired desktop peripherals. Would love Apple to bring them back and make a “pro” wired keyboard with a full compliment of ports on the rear edge. Reaching to the back of your keyboard to connect an SD Card or a USB stick sure beats hunting around the back on a iMac by the wall.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
melliflu Avatar
10 weeks ago
Relevant article because Logitech's Mac keyboards and mice are really superior to Apple's.
Happy owner of a K811 keyboard and MX Anywhere 3 mouse, I haven't tested this new line of products but I hope the quality is on par with the previous series - still solid after 3 years of usage.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SanderEvers Avatar
10 weeks ago
Honestly why? You can already use Logitech mice and keyboards with mac. Most even have double labeled keys (with Windows and Mac labels) I already use my MX Mechanical this way. (On PC and Mac)
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ifti Avatar
10 weeks ago
Sorry, but they all look ugly.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
madebybela Avatar
10 weeks ago
I almost thought about buying but then I saw this. ?



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Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
NightFox Avatar
10 weeks ago
Unfortunately, Apple now have me hooked on their keyboards with TouchID
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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