Wow thats interesting, i also did that upgrade and found it to be totally worth it! The overall form factor and function is the same, agreed, but i find the positioning of the switches for forward and backward and the over all handling to be a lot refined. Not sure if that justifies the price point of an upgrade thoughLogitech MX Master 3. Got this for work. Honestly no difference from the MX Master 2 except that it has a USB-C connector for charging which is nice. Other than that, not worth the upgrade.
Man I bet that puts an audioengine a5+ setup to shame, and the crazy part is it probably didn't cost all that much more either lol. I.. like the idea.Yesterday I spilled a drink all over the controller for my Bose Companion 50s so I needed new speakers for my computer, I went a little crazy and decided to get so really good ones.
Picked up a Onkyo 5.1 receiver and a set of Klipsch R-51M speakers, the sound is amazing !!
This setup cost me $249 for the Onkyo TX-SR393 and $216 for the Klipsch RM-51-M, but you could get a 2.1 amp for less than that, I just figured if I was going to get it I way as well got for the 5.1 and for around $500 the price is not too insane and the quality is amazing, really puts out great sound for playing music and movies. I figure I spend about 14 hours a day on this machine so its worth it for me. The A5 + s look good too and at $400 I am sure they sounds great too.Man I bet that puts an audioengine a5+ setup to shame, and the crazy part is it probably didn't cost all that much more either lol. I.. like the idea.