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Logitech has something new in store for Mac users worldwide.

The popular computer peripheral developer had recently launched a new suite of mice and keyboards specifically made for Mac users’ needs.

These Mac peripherals are now available at its official online store and other global retailers.

Logitech New Mac Peripherals Details

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New Logitech MX Mechanical Mini for Mac, MX Master 3S for Mac, Lift for Mac and K380 for Mac deliver performance, comfort and style

Logitech mentioned in its announcement that it has developed and manufactured a new suite of “stylish tools” that improves how people work with Macs by adding “functionality, customization and comfort.”

“We know that Apple users value a consistent design aesthetic for their entire setup – work or home – and that they need mice and keyboards that work across their ecosystems,” Delphine Donné said. “And because we know that one size doesn’t fit all, this collection was designed, developed and engineered to meet the diverse needs of Apple users.”

Donné is Logitech’s vice president and general manager of Creativity and Productivity.

The suite Logitech developed exclusively for Mac users consists of the MX Mechanical Mini for Mac keyboard, MX Master 3S for Mac mouse, Lift for Mac mouse, and the K380 Bluetooth Keyboard for Mac.

MX Mechanical Mini for Mac Keyboard – $149.99

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Let’s start with the most prominent in the set. According to Ars Technica’s report, Logitech turned its MX Mechanical Mini wireless keyboard into a Mac-friendly one, complete with a Mac keyboard layout and the ability to customize shortcuts and “accelerate creativity” with Logi Options+.

Most interesting of the MX Mechanical Mini’s features is its ability to switch between Apple devices with its Easy-Switch capability, allowing users to connect up to three different Apple devices to the keyboard simultaneously.

Although Logitech showcases the MX Mechanical Mini as a wireless keyboard, it can be used as a wired one by connecting its USB-C cable to a Mac.

However, its lack of a numpad, premium keycaps, and various switch options could be a deal breaker for some mechanical keyboard enthusiasts.

MX Master 3S for Mac Mouse – $99.99

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Meanwhile, the MX Master 3S features a MagSpeed Electromagnetic wheel and the ability to set its DPI between 1,000 and 8,000 for “precise work” on one or multiple high-resolution monitors.

CNET mentioned that the mouse offers “some ergonomic improvements,” as well as quieter clicks, glass tracking, and a fast recharge time with its USB-C cable even while in use.

Lift for Mac Mouse – $69.99

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Logitech allegedly designed its Lift mouse for Macs for “day-long comfort,” and it shows. Its vertical, ergonomic design is angled at 57-degree, putting the hand in a natural handshake position every time it is held.

Thanks to its design, using the mouse won’t put its user’s hands under the same amount of pressure as a typical mouse throughout the day.

K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard for Mac – $39.99

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The K380, according to 9to5Mac, is similar to MX Mechanical Keyboard Mini from earlier. Both keyboards can be connected to three different Apple devices to the keyboard simultaneously through Easy-Switch and are lightweight, space-saving keyboards.

Unlike the MX Mechanical Keyboard Mini, the keyboard is powered by an AA battery, but its scooped keys give its user a “smooth and ultra-quiet” typing experience.

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