Keychron M3 Wireless Mouse
Keychron M3 Wireless Mouse - Black / 4000 Hz / No RGB Light is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Keychron M3 Wireless Mouse has the best Pixart 3395 sensor. It supports 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth, and USB wired connection.
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Wireless Optical Mouse (4K / 1K Polling Rate)
Keychron M3 has all the best features in a lightweight body that supports wireless 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth 5.1 wireless connection. It is ideal for any scenario, whether at work, gaming, or even on the go. It offers you the best performance and maximizes your productivity.
One of The Strongest Mouse Sensor
M3 has the strongest, most competitive grade mouse sensor chip PAW3395, with up to 26,000 DPI, up to 650 IPS, and incomparable gripping precision. Whether for work or gaming, the M3 offers an unparallel experience.
Stable & Ultra-low Latency Response
2.4 GHz and Bluetooth 5.1
With cutting-edge 2.4 GHz frequency wireless connectivity, the M3 gives you extremely low latency and quick response for gaming and the office. It also offers a stable 5.1 Bluetooth connection for even more variety in your wireless connectivity.
The Ultimate Ergonomic Design
Ergonomic curved design ensures a comfortable grip for a long time. The grip pattern design on both sides of the grip makes the gripping experience even better.
Peak Performance For Every Scenario
Precise sensors, extremely low latency wireless connectivity, and high polling rate give you the best performance for both office , gaming or even on the go.
4000 Hz Polling Rate Option
Setting the mouse at a 4000 Hz polling rate can result in a high-speed signal transmittance between the mouse and the connected device. More responsive cursor movements captured with faster trigger response guarantees unparalleled performance, securing your triumph when it truly counts!
Choose The M3 With Different Polling Rate
M3 4K (4000 Hz)
4K Wireless Receiver
The M3 4K comes with an included 4K wireless receiver.
2.4 GHz Wireless Mode
Switch the mode toggle to 2.4 G and then connect the receiver to your PC via type-C cable.
Switch Polling Rate
Press the Report Rate button to switch among 5 levels of polling rate from 125 Hz to 4000 Hz in the 2.4 GHz mode.
M3 (1000 Hz)
Two Types of Receivers In The Box
We designed the smallest Type-C 2.4 GHz receiver and a Type-A 2.4 GHz receiver for the mouse. You can pick either of them, plug it in, and play instantly.
Connect the 2.4 GHz receiver with Type-A port laptops
Connect the 2.4 GHz receiver with Type-C port laptops
Connect the 2.4 GHz receiver with desktops via the extension adapter
Switch Polling Rate
Press the Report Rate button to switch among 3 levels of polling rate from 125 Hz to 1000 Hz in the 2.4 GHz / Wired mode.
Lightweight at Only 79g
Lightweight at only 79g, it offers just the right amount of lightness, flexibility, and effortlessness to hold in your hand for extended use.
More Customization on The Keychron Engine
Keychron Engine software allows you to do more personalization, modify keys, set shortcuts, and even your dedicated macros; you can also do professional settings for LOD, polling rate, DPI, etc.
* Software for the macOS will be available in November.
600 mAh Battery
Housed with a large battery of 600 mAh, the M3 provides a long continuous working time of up to 135 hours in 1K Polling Rate mode (4K version) and up to 70 hours (1K version).
* Usage duration is 40 hours in 4K Polling Rate mode.
16.8 Million Colors
Fully Customizable RGB Light
Kailh G Master Micro Switch
Kailh GM 8.0 micro switch deliver clean clicks feeling, and the lifespan is up to 80 million clicks
Adjust Without Software
External DPI & polling rate buttons design, you can adjust DPI & polling rate without software
What's In The Box
|Sensor||PixArt PAW 3395|
|DPI Range||100 - 26000|
|Polling Rate (4K version)||4000 Hz (2.4 GHz mode)|
1000 Hz (Wired mode)
125 Hz (Bluetooth mode)
|Polling Rate (1K version)||1000 Hz (2.4 GHz / Wired mode)|
125 Hz (Bluetooth mode)
|Click Switch||Kailh GM 8.0 Micro Switch|
|Click Switch Lifespan||80 Million Clicks|
|Lift Off Distance||1.0 mm / 2.0 mm|
|Mouse Feet||Teflon / PTFE|
|MCU||Nordic 52840 (4K version)|
Telink 8273 (1K version)
|Weight||79 ± 3 g|
|Cable||Detachable Type-C to Type-C Cable + Type-A to Type-C adapter|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 5.1 / 2.4 Ghz / Wired (type-C cable)|
|System Support||Windows & macOS|
|Angle Snapping||On / Off|
|Keychron Engine Support OS||Windows 11/10 and macOS|
(Software for the macOS will be available in November.)
|Material (Body and Grip)||ABS|
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I got this for work so I use it 8-10hrs a day. Im using the wireless dongle it came with for the best sampling rates and it's very smooth. The battery seems to last quite a few days and sleep mode seems to not drain the battery since it I can leave it for a week and its still charged up. I do wish there was a battery indicator for MacOS but it at least turns read when the battery is low.
It feels good in the hand and is weighted perfectly for me, especially with the weight at the bottom.
Looks pretty good, and feels really good in the hand.
I really like the matte body and the fact that the finger rests for the thumb/pinkie are textured plastic instead of stickers or painted-on since they won't degrade over time but the inward slope on the right side is a little uncomfortable on my pinkie.
The rgb behaves well and can be turned off without any software which is very important for me since I'm on Linux.
The battery life seems pretty good.
The usb cable would be very good even if the mouse was wired but the long connector and the fact that the port on the mouse is not recessed enough means that it's a bit uncomfortable using it while it's plugged in.
My only real issue is possibly with the sensor which doesn't seem to work on some surfaces that none of my numerous previous mice had any trouble with, resulting in choppy/laggy cursor movement - I verified this by using a piece of cardboard under the mouse which seems to work very well.
Nice mouse! Feeling 100% Thanks!
As others mentioned, at first I was disappointed because it didn't slide well compared to my previous logitech mouse.
Then I found out, that there was a thin protective film that I had to remove.
I love the fact that it is a little bigger than my logitech mouse.
And I love the sharp price.
I love the USB-C and all the accessories that are included.
But maybe the accuracy is just a little lower than the Logitech mouse I had previously.
The buttons aren't configurable yet. But I hope that will be fixed once the Mac driver will be out. (expected in June).
It would be nice if it the mouse buttons would just configurable using the VIA webpage that my keychron K3 pro wireless keyboard has.
But I guess that's an unrealistic expectation. Curious though, and really looking forward to whatever solution is coming up.
PS: I am a software developer with budget for cool gadgets and extremely high expectations. The K3 keyboard really checked all the checkboxes. When I found out that they shipped a low budget mouse, I just ordered it along with it, not expecting too much of it. But I actually like the mouse as well.
Really great Mouse!
For people complaining about the rubbery slides. There is a blue protective film on them that you have to remove.