Logitech G903 Review: The Most Capable Wireless Mouse For Gaming?
Wireless mouses aren’t as popular as wired mouses to dedicated gamers, as the slight delay can impact their performance and therefore cost them the match. Logitech is well aware of that inherit weakness, however, and sought to create a reliable wireless mouse gamers can use with gusto, hence their brand-new G903.
Logitech’s latest mouse may not have a wire, but it works almost as well as if it had one thanks to the Lightspeed technology Logitech built it with. Logitech affirms how the G903 boasts “a 1 ms report rate for competition-level twitch targeting.” CNET‘s previewer, although not a professional esport player by his own admission, was impressed by how accurate the G903 was with his time using it during his Dota 2 and Overwatch sessions.
Similarly, the G903 also charges wirelessly, which is likely its strongest asset. Without charging, you’ll have 24 hours worth of gaming if you keep the LED lights on whilst it will grant you 32 hours if you turn its lights off. Whereas your average mouse is designed for right-handed people, the G903 offers movable buttons so left-handed folk are accounted for too.
You can adjust the G903’s weight, although the charging module and weight module are mutually exclusive and can’t be utilized simultaneously. Its default weight is 1.1 pounds, and its dimensions are 2.8 x 6.9 x 5.3 inches. Moreover, you can also alter the color of the mouse’s LED lights, choosing from “16.8 million colors and synchronize lighting patterns and effects.”
$149.99 is the default price for the Logitech G903, although it can be procured for cheaper. Everything included in the package can be seen below: