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Logitech's MX Master Wireless Darkfield mouse is yours for just £55 at Currys

Currys PC World is selling the Logitech MX Master Darkfield wireless mouse for just £54.99 (opens in new tab). It's a savings of £15, making this mouse quite the appealing option for those who seek a portable pointing device for their travels.

The MX Master connects to your PC via Bluetooth or the bundled wireless 2.4 GHz USB dongle and is slated to last up to 40 days on a single charge. If you're interested in learning what we think of this Logitech mouse, be sure to check out our review.

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Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

18 Comments
  • For those looking to splurge on Logitech gear, Amazon is offering up to 50% off for the Deal of the Day. http://www.amazon.com/b/ref=lp_10042979011_gbps_tit_s-3_8062_61525317?rh=i2Cn2Cn%3A10042979011&ie=UTF8&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&node=10042979011
  • This looks really nice. I'll check out your review today. Hoping there's a switch on the mouse to go between dongle mode and Bluetooth mode so that I can easily use the dongle with my desktop and flip a switch to go Bluetooth over to my Surface Pro 3
  • This is vey easy to do Under the button of the mouse, you can choose betwen 3 profiles.   At mine, i have chosen BT at profile 1, and the dongle at profile 2.
  • Fantastic, thanks for replying and letting me know. It was the only thing I wanted to check before buying. I saw this in the store the other week and thought it felt really nice holding the display model. I'll probably have one of the Bluetooth profiles connected to my Surface and one to my Lumia 950 for now, and when Xbox One gets mouse support use it there instead of my phone (Since I don't really use Continuum much)
  • Although the Xbox will probably need the dongle if it's supported when the times comes.
  • I have this mouse and have paired it easily with my Lumia 950 over BT (button 3 for me) and to my PC with the dongle on button 1.  Both work very well and connect quickly. My other favorite feature is the ability to keep using the mouse while it's charging -- just like the Performance MX this replaces.  Happy mousing!
  • Can anybody confirm if the pairing between devices can include the dongle as one of those devices? I'd like to use 2 of those as Bluetooth to my Surface Pro and Lumia 950 and have the third device as my desktop mouse. Then I can just keep the mouse with me at all times
  • Yes. I use the dongle for my desktop. Bluetooth for my laptop and 950 XL.
  • Confirmed.  I have a similar setup to kb4000 and can quickly switch from PC with dongle to L950 over BT.
     
  • It's a rather cool and stable mouse, but still nothing compared to the legendary G9x. I'd love to reanimate it as a kickstarter....
  • I love my G9X, and it's still my gaming mouse. But for everything else I really prefer the MX Master, if only slightly. It's just so lovely to hold and to move. I also love how it handles its normal/infinite scroll. To potential buyers: You would do well to get your hands on either of these mice.
  • It says on currys website that its designed for windows 8.  is it fully compatiable for windows 10?  I am assuming it is, but just wanted to double check.
  • Yes.  See system requirements on Logitech's page here:
    https://www.windowscentral.com/e?link=https2F2Fcli...
  • I've had no problems on 7 / 8.1 / 10 across one PC, a few laptops and a Chuwi tablet (W10). Not all of those had the logitech software installed, but my W10 preview and Pro both handle it fine.
  • Considering Amazon pulled the mouse from the store due to widespread issue with the scrolling wheel, I'd suggest to be wary of it for now until Logitech fix the issue. i was about to get one myself before i read all the not too good reviews on it.
  • First I heard of it, and that's a pity - because when it's working, it's really good.
  • I'm currently using a Logitech bluetooth mouse M557 with a macbook and it has been working brilliantly for almost 2 years now. Oddly enough the new MX Master only have 1 year warranty while this mouse of mine has 3 year warranty. So there's that..
  • M570 all the way