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G903 Mouse by Logitech - Review
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G903 Mouse by Logitech - Review

PowerPlay Compatible

The Logitech G903 Mouse / Wireless Gaming Mouse W/ Hero 25K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, 140+ Hour with Rechargeable Battery and Lightsync RGB, Ambidextrous, 107G+10G optional, 25,600 DPI.

I rate the Logitech G903 mouse as excellent for a broad spectrum of users be it a gamer or casual user and when paired with the Logitech G Powerplay Wireless Charging System you are in for a real treat.  No more flashing low battery indicator while in the middle of an intense game or spreadsheet - the PowerPlay mouse pad keeps the Mouse charged even while in use.  Additionally, the PowerPlay mousepad acts as a wireless interface for the mouse thus eliminating the need to plug in a wireless USB receiver.

The Logitech G903 mouse can be set for up to 25,600 DPI for 1 to 1 tracking with a response time of less than 1ms.

The mouse supports RGB colors and features such as breathing or a solid color of your choosing and supports both left-handers and right-handers

The battery life with RGB is about 140 hours of use and 180 hours without RGB turned on. If you don't have the PowerPlay recharging mouse pad you can simply plug in the mouse to recharge or use it as a wired mouse.

What's to like about the Logitech G903 mouse?

  • It is customizable using the Logitech G Hub app using drag and drops for a pre-defined list of actions such as Open Search, Open Task Manager, etc...
  • The mouse is very responsive and fast due to the mouse weight
  • The mouse is comfortable to use for long gaming periods for those having average hands
  • Never worry about running low on battery when using the mouse on Logitech's Powerplay mouse pad.
  • Ability to turn on or turn off or customize RGB colors

What's not to like about the Logitech G903 mouse?

  • The Logitech G903 Mouse may feel too light for some
  • Using the higher DPI settings the mouse is a little harder to target click areas - you need a steadier hand
  • The included "weighted" base attachment does not support charging thus if  you want a heavier mouse with charging this combo does not work

The mouse supports programmable buttons using the custom interface and is very light and agile.  Logitech offers a weighted add on for those wishing for a more weighted mouse. However, at least for me, I could not get the mouse to charge when I used the weighted add on.

Overall this is a very responsive mouse and well worth the purchase price - pricing varies from less than 99.00 to 125.00 depending 

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