you can always use a "gaming" mouse for normal uses, no?
"gaming" is just a name, in truth they are "high quality mouses", yes?
I have the MX Master, it's an absolutely fantastic mouse for work related stuff. Great wireless, supports Logitech Unifying receivers as well as BT, and can be synced to 3 different devices (there's a switch on the bottom).
Sensor is absolutely fine for pretty much everything except for pro level super precise twitch FPS gaming. However, if you want the best wireless mouse: get the G602. It's rock solid, feels like there's less lag, and HOLY CRAP THE BATTERY LIFE (I've replaced the battery twice in the 2 years I've had it).
I guess MX Master is great for office use (good looking, horizontal scroll) (I can't comment about the sensor because I don't own one)
I am using a G502 but I want to buy a mouse for office use, MX Master seems to be good choice.
I hope Logitech will release a new "MX Master" with 2 extra buttons for pointer finger like G502.
I'm addicted to those buttons and I'm considering to buy a Steelseries Rival 500. ("considering" becasue I don't have good experience with Steelseries