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Logitech’s Designed for Mac range is all about Apple

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Logitech MX Mechanical Mini Designed for Mac hot stuff

MacBook and iMac fans sick of confusing keyboard shortcuts and clashing colours will definitely want to check out Logitech’s expanded Designed for Mac range: the productivity-minded line-up is, as the name suggests, tailor-made for Apple hardware.

As well as the promise of seamless switching between MacOS, iPadOS and iOS, the newly Mac-ified peripherals promise Apple-specific layouts and colours that better match your hardware. The range includes Space gray and Pale gray versions of the MX Mechanical Mini keyboard, along with whited-out MX Master 3S and Lift mice. They join the existing MX Keys for Mac & MX Keys Mini for Mac keyboards, and MX Anywhere 3 for Mac mouse.

The MX Mechanical Mini is the firm’s first mechanical keyboard optimised for Mac, with support for programmable shortcuts and macro’s using the Logi Options+ software. It’s got the same quiet, low-profile switches and LED backlighting as the Windows variant (white lights here, thank you very much – RGB isn’t really a thing in Mac world), charges over USB and promises over two weeks of typing while illuminated. Turn off the lights and you’re looking at going months between top-ups.

Logitech Designed for Mac keyboard and mouse

Choice of space gray or pale gray colours aside, there’s little to separate the Mac version of the MX Master 3S from its Windows counterpart. Both offer USB-C charging, three-device connectivity, an electromagnetic scroll wheel for super-quick scrolling, and 8000 dpi sensor for precision movement. The Lift for Mac mouse, meanwhile, is a vertically-oriented rodent that puts less pressure on your wrist than a standard mouse.

Rounding off the range is the K380 Bluetooth keyboard, which lands in a new Blueberry colour that should better compliment some of Apple’s more eye-catching iMac models.

As with all Logitech products, the entire line-up is certified carbon neutral, and use a considerable amount of post-consumer plastic – as much as 47% in the MX Mechanical Mini for Mac.

The entire Designed for Mac line-up is on sale right now, from all the usual etailers and retailers as well as directly from the Logitech website. Expect to pay £45 for the K380 for Mac, £70 for the Lift for Mac, £120 for the MX Master 3S for Mac, and £150 for the MX Mechanical Mini for Mac.

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