Logitech MX Master 3S: Upcoming wireless mouse leaks with important changes and an increased asking price
WinFuture has confirmed that Logitech is preparing to release a successor to the MX Master 3, a popular wireless mouse that arrived in September 2019. While nearly three years have passed since the MX Master 3 debuted, little will separate it visually from its successor. As WinFuture's leaked images show, the MX Master 3S is the spitting image of the MX Master 3, which looked rather different from the MX Master 2S, as far as wireless mice can anyway.
According to WinFuture, Logitech has made several internal changes to distinguish the MX Master 3S from its predecessor. Specifically, the MX Master 3S features 'Quiet Click' buttons that Logitech promises will be 90% quieter than those in the MX Master 3. Presumably, Logitech will equip all buttons with Quiet Click switches, rather than the mouse's three main buttons. At any rate, the adoption of Quiet Click buttons should make the MX Master 3S easier to use in a noise-sensitive environment than past MX Master series mice.
Moreover, WinFuture claims that Logitech has equipped the MX Master 3S with a new '8K sensor'. In other words, Logitech has improved the optical sensor from the MX Master 3 to the MX Master 3S, doubling its DPI to 8,000. Seemingly, the MX Master 3S will lack any DPI presets, though. Reputedly, the MX Master 3S does not feature any other practical changes from the MX Master 3, but it will retail for over €150. Other details like weight and battery life remain unknown at this stage.