Full review for Logitech G903 Lightspeed

Logitech G903 Lightspeed

7.4

DPI

7.5/10

Design

7.0/10

Latency

7.5/10

Price

7.5/10

Pros

  • Adjustable Weight
  • Good Fit
  • Lots of Customisation

Cons

  • No Bluetooth
  • RGB not visible when playing

The second Logitech mouse on our list- The G903 is a great mouse. With adjustable weights, some RGB lighting and a great ergonomic fit.

This mouse is also compatible with a powerplay mouse pad which allows wireless charging when playing- This will set you back an extra bit of money- But it really ties up this mouse nicely.

Curious who took the first place crown? check out the top 5 list here.

Design

The G903 resembles a little gaming mouse from Logitech that you may remember called the G502 Proteus Spectrum.

The G903 is an ambidextrous mouse so great for all gamers- The macro side buttons are attachable via agents on the side- There is a neat little cover to hide the side that the buttons aren’t.

This all matte black mouse has some nice angles and sleek lines which sets it out as a gaming mouse.

There is a little RGB Logitech G logo that sits on the palm of the mouse- This is not visible during gameplay though.

There are eight buttons on the mouse, the usual left and right mouse buttons, a clickable mouse wheel and below that is a macro button that allows you to scroll intermittently or clicking it allows you to scroll infinitely.

Below that there are the DPI buttons that allow you to increase or decrease the DPI in increments.

On the left or right thumb, two programmable buttons make it perfect for any gaming genre that needs those extra actions.

On the upper left corner, there are two buttons to adjust the DPI up and down to your liking and on the left, in the thumb area, there are two further macro buttons. 

If you flip the mouse over you will see the on and off switch for the mouse.

Performance

The G903 performs great in-game- It has a maximum DPI of 12,000 which is adjustable by the two buttons below the mouse scroller.

There were no latency or lag issues with this game- Play a range of games from FPS to Strategy games is performed at all stages.

FOr people who are playing MOBA games, they may struggle with the lack of programmable buttons that some other gaming mice can offer.

Features

This mouse is compatible with Powerplay mouse mats, so you can carry on playing as the mouse is charging- This is great for the gamer who never wants to worry about running out of battery.

The software allows lots of customisation where you can check things such as heat maps and the battery life.

You can store up to 5 different load-outs for your mouse on the software which enables you to have a different set-up for each gaming genre.

Charging is super simple, if you do not have the powerplay mouse mat you can plug in via the braided cable USB

You will get at least 20+ hours out of one full charge on the G903- this is more than enough gaming over a full weekend.

The software allows you to recalibrate your mouse to whichever surface you are playing on- This is great if you forget your mouse mat and need to ensure you get the best out of your mouse.

Looking to change up your RGB to match your other devices? unfortunately, you are limited with this only able to use cycle or breathing.

This is not a huge issue as you cannot see the mouse when gaming anyways as it sits where your palm would be.

Verdict

The G903 is an excellent mouse- While it does not have as many adjustable buttons as some of the other mice, the option to increase the weight and the comfort of it is a winner.

There are better mice out there in that similar price range but if you want a comfortable mouse that would perform you should pick up the G903.

I would love to hear your thoughts on the Logitech G903 Lightspeed so please let me know in the comments below.

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