Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Mouse with POWERPLAY Wireless Charging Compatibility

Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Mouse with POWERPLAY Wireless Charging Compatibility

Trusted by top eSports professionals, G903 with LIGHTSPEED wireless technology delivers incredible responsiveness for competition-level twitch targeting. Featuring the world's most advanced PMW3366 optical sensor, G903 offers superior tracking accuracy and consistency even at speeds over 400 IPS. The flexible ambidextrous design, customizable lighting, and a lightweight 107g design means G903 is ready to meet your exacting preferences. Add POWERPLAY wireless charging system to keep G903 charged while at play and at rest. Operating system requirements : Windows 7 or later macOS 10.11 or later , Chrome OS


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I'm not a MLG pro or anything, but this mouse ticks all the boxes for me. Just enough buttons, great scroll wheel (not even sure I can consider buying a non-logitech mouse anymore, that hyper scroll is just too useful to do without), good battery life with the potential to upgrade to infinite battery life with that new mat. The ability to convert between left-handed and right-handed by removing the buttons on either side is pretty sweet, too. I'm left handed but haven't previously tried using a left-handed mouse; this made it pretty easy to give it a go (verdict is still out; feels weird after 20 years of using my right hand, but I'm definitely more precise with the left).

For those interested, I upgraded from the G502. The G903 is basically an untethered version of that mouse; if you like the G502, you'll most likely enjoy the G903. The G903 is a bit pricey, and I wouldn't recommend switching over from the G502 unless you find yourself specifically in need of a wireless mouse. I personally found it a bit cumbersome to travel with a wired mouse, so I took the plunge, and have no regrets for what it's worth.

I bought this mouse for my laptop. I'm not as excited about it as I thought I would be. Here's a breakdown:

Pros:
- Awesome form factor! It looks very slick. It's a little small for my liking, but nothing I can't get over.
- Infinite scroll feature is awesome!
- Has RGB.
- Logitech software is great
- Wireless AND wired!

Cons:
- While this might be a pro to many people, the mouse is too light for my liking (even with the added weight).
- Wish it had more programmable buttons. You can add two to the other side, however a sniper button would have been great.
- The RGB is very limited (only the logo and profile lights).
- You really have to press the scroll button down to trigger it. For some reason, more pressure has to be added than usual.

Overall impression
- I like the mouse--I wish it was more like the Logitech Proteus (design, weight, etc.), however it's the next best thing. I would recommend it overall.

I've owned a large number of pc gaming mice over the years. From the legendary m500 to the original g9, g9x, deathadders, and mambas. I've used them in every genre imaginable, FPS, RTS, MOBA, 4X, Grand Strat, etc. They all pail in comparison to the G900 and my G903. I originally owned a G900. I own multiple gaming PCs. After a few months, I had to purchase a second for my downstairs PC because I couldnt bring myself to use the deathadder anymore.

Everything about this mouse is superior to anything I've used in the past. The ergonomics are excellent. It fits perfectly in my relatively large hands. I use a true claw grip where none of my palm comes in contact with the mouse. It moves incredibly smooth. The weight distribution is perfect. It is not feather light. I prefer a little bit of weight in my mouse. There are those who prefer a feather, and for that I'd recommend the truly wired version. The laser is second to none. Picks up everything without a hiccup. I usually run it at 2000dpi and its like butter.

The only thing that I can point to that isnt exceptional is the software. It is technically optional, but youll need it to adjust your mouses settings. It is average. I have beefy rigs so I dont worry to much about the resources it eats, but it may be a concern to some.

I'm a massive fan of this mouse. I recommend it to my family whenever I'm asked about a new mouse. You will be happy with it.

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Along with the powerplay this is everything you need as PC gamer/user when it comes to wireless charging and not to bother with thing such as charging wires or battery percentage.

Obviously IMHO best in market currently based on the stuff i tried from accuracy to weight to battery life or charge time without powerplay was 1-2hr max and it lived 2 days based on my usage, it got something like auto sleep mode when not in use and i like that a lot, when i first got my Razer Ouroboros i had to turn it off or minimize the LED cause i didn't want to wire it when i'm gaming.

Mouse is soooo flawless i can't think of anything that would be a con except having one size for the mouse or having it feels smaller compared to my "Razer Ouroboros" and even lighter, IMO Logitech should improvise on this aspect with making a customization possible for the mouse maybe having another mouse built for people with bigger hands or those who want to change weight/size regardless, overall 5/5 well done Logitech.

Pretty much perfect. With one Energizer Ultimate Lithium battery, the weight is just 104g which is light enough. I recommend buying your own batteries unless you like heavy mice. On high mode, there is no latency at all. Coming from a Deathadder, the shape of the G603 is better and gives you a bit more space to be accurate. I have medium-large hands and it fits just about perfectly. It's large enough to be comfortable and not have my hands slide along the mousepad, but also just small enough to be able to make the small micro-adjustments with my fingers to be accurate. I instantly lowered my sensitivity in Overwatch from 5 in game to 4.5 and I was more accurate than before.

Only con is the lid for the battery. It's really nice to easily be able to take it off, but sometimes you can feel a little separation between it and the rest of the body of the mouse. Small nit-pick though. I would recommend this first to anyone wanting a wireless gaming mouse.

This mouse is about as good as it gets.

Extremely high quality build. The mouse is nice and heavy, which I very much like. It gives a nice, solid feel and makes moving the mouse around more comfortable, somehow. I think it's because the resistance allows you to really rest your hand whereas with a lighter mouse, you have to grip it.

I haven't used this in its wireless capacity; no reason other than I just haven't unplugged the USB cable. So, I can't speak to the battery life.

The mouse looks great, feels great and is INCREDIBLY responsive. When you first install it, you'll have to get use to the pointer screaming across your screen(s). It took me a while to get used to that.

Be careful of reviews where people talk about the fit for their individual grip, hand, etc. That's completely subjective. Having said that, it's a fairly large mouse, so keep that in mind.

This beautiful mouse is out of this world. The ONLY thing left to do is to waterPROOF it so you can clean it thoroughly with hot soapy water.

The ideal weight-to-size ratio translates to terrific ergonomic. One glance onboard "breathing" RGB lightning tells you that she's "alive." TRUE ZERO NO Fluff latency which is a Make-or-Break issue for gamers (I'm a gamer). Easy-to-use & bug free software make macro programming and RGB changes less daunting. (I'm looking at you, Corsair) and the last but not the least OH-MY-GOD factor when used with the wireless charging system is unreal - easily lasts 24 hours FULL gaming with no problems. Logitech, you didn't just nailed it. YOU KILLED IT. The next one MUST include removable shell for soapy cleaning - nooks and crannies are hard to reach - and a "summer edition" where silent fans blow air "gently" under the palm rest for constant cooling. The above achieved WITHOUT ANY sacrifice of aforementioned. Well done. LT, well done.

I bought this as a replacement mouse after using the same corded 4-button laser mouse for 15 years.
Nice to have a cordless mouse.
What I like:
More buttons than before. I use this in the office, not for gaming. I can easily switch this to a finer movement with buttons. I setup my same "copy" & "paste" buttons, only to find out the that problem all along was Microsoft IE ... this is the one browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, & Vivaldi all work as expected) that the copy/paste functions don't work. Boo Microsoft! I can fly through a lot more work (I rarely use IE) with the additional buttons.
Using the DPI settings on the fly-buttons, I be more accurate when working in Photoshop, or other tools where precision is required. Then bump it back up to high speed for text.
The supplied cable (for charging) is very flexible. I forgot it one day, and used another like charging cable. It was stiffer & harder to use. After lunch it was charged so I unplugged it. Made sure I always keep the cable with me now!

What I don't like:
I looked long & hard for a multi-button ambidextrous Blu-tooth mouse (because I like to mouse left-handed at work, right-handed at home). No joy. I really don't like taking up a USB slot for a dongle.
After a while, I set it up to have (4) extra buttons, not one on each side. For reasons that aren't clear Paste shortcut always worked, but Copy didn't on the button of choice. Any other button, it worked. So I setup both right side buttons to be "Copy". Then it seemed to start working again. I never logged a ticket with Logitech as I work in a call center myself. If it keeps up I will have to (this could very well be a glitch with the OS, and nothing to do with the mouse. Will test on my iMac as that would rule out a hardware issue.

Other:
I tried using the supplied weight for a couple of days, but I didn't like it. Interesting feature that could be useful for gaming.
There is a way to setup different color patterns. I found that distracting & turned it off.
It's a bit big for a backpack mouse (I have one of those too, only my wife liked it so I gave it up).
No dongle storage in the mouse itself. Wow, I thought that was odd.
I still have my original 4 button mouse, but now that I have this one I only use the older one in an emergency. I really am enjoying this mouse.

Amazingly good.

I use this mouse primarily for office work. Tried multiple mice from Microsoft and Logitech, the rest (except G603) have various issues so I had to keep trying. This one fits my hand perfectly, no fatigue from everyday use for many hours. The build quality is amazing. The surface is nice to touch; the sides feel slightly rubbery but not tacky, which results in confident grip. The mouse lasts for a week on a single charge, but can use it wired while it's charging. All buttons, primary and secondary feel solid and are comfortable. The provided USB cable is very high quality: very soft, bends easily (unlike one supplied with G603).

Logitech software allows for easy customization of buttons. Once customized, the configuration is stored in the mouse and you can use it with another computer without installing the additional Logitech software.
As an example of customization, I reconfigured the buttons as follows: the forward side button to a lower mouse speed to help with precise positioning when editing charts and diagrams, the back side button to cycle the mouse speed, and the top button to close a window.

Not perfect (minor things):
The middle (wheel) click is a bit tough; I use it primarily in web browsers for closing tabs and opening links in a new tab.
The wheel is clicky and doesn't support "free wheeling".
The wheel doesn't support left/right buttons on it (e.g. for horizontal scrolling).
When connected via a USB hub, the Logitech software may not recognize it. It still works perfectly, as all profile settings are stored in the mouse.

Love it! I used the G900 (G903 is basically the same) for half a year, but I wanted the wireless charging, so I got the POWERPLAY mousepad and G703. If you're right-handed, I would definitely recommend the G703. It doesn't look as cool, but it's much more comfortable. G903 has more programmable buttons, but you can't comfortably use all of them. G703 has the two thumb buttons and one button on top that can be reprogrammed, and the button on top is much easier to reach than the two very small buttons on G900, so I'd argue the G703 has more utility for additional buttons.

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