Logitech G703 and G903 Gaming Mice & Powerplay Pad Review

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My G602 has served me flawlessly over the past year-and-a-half. There is no reason to get a new mouse, but that G903 looks so beautiful I want it! I'm also not a fan of wireless, but I have had no issues with the G602.
 

Eggstor

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I still like my wired G502 because its weight is more tuneable (6 weights vs 1), though I sometimes accidentally hit the DPI shift buttons. I don't know why the G703 seemed slower to you; it and the G903 have the same sensor, the same maximum report rate (both wireless and wired at 1 kHz) and the same DPI range (the latter 2, at least, are the same as my G502).
 

Joey D

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I still like my wired G502 because its weight is more tuneable (6 weights vs 1), though I sometimes accidentally hit the DPI shift buttons. I don't know why the G703 seemed slower to you; it and the G903 have the same sensor, the same maximum report rate (both wireless and wired at 1 kHz) and the same DPI range (the latter 2, at least, are the same as my G502).

I think it had more to do with the way it was constructed than anything. The G903 felt like I could move it around quicker than that G703.
 

Eggstor

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I think it had more to do with the way it was constructed than anything. The G903 felt like I could move it around quicker than that G703.
That I can buy.

I'd probably splurge on the G903 when it comes time to replace the mouse.
 

Mad1723

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Now, make a Naga-style wireless mouse with all the buttons on the sides and the wireless charging and I'm buying this day 1 :)