While the G903 is still the king in terms of pure, raw performance, the G703 is just the ”best value for money ”wireless mice that Logitech has ever produced.
G703 Review Summary
Logitech is one of the leading players in the PC peripheral business. What makes them stand out is their top of the line engineering techniques and attention to even the smallest of details, as well as their outstanding ergonomic design. All of which really shines through with the G703.
Additionally, this device can use the top-notch PowerPlay technology, which charges the mouse wirelessly, meaning it can remain cordless, even when charging, efficiently granting you unlimited power. It eliminates one of the most prominent problems with wireless peripherals and sets itself apart from most wireless gear out there. This does require you to buy the PowerPlay mat on the side though.
The Logitech G703 mouse comes with a pack of useful features. It is built with a very responsive and incredibly fast sensor, thanks to its light-speed wireless technology.
Gamers who are used to wired mice might feel that the G703 is a bit pricey. However, it is, in fact, one of the best wireless ones out there regarding pure ”value for money” factor.
This is because it nails all the necessary functionalities. What’s more, its gaming performance is exceptionally well rounded. Especially considering that it is a wireless gaming mouse and it manages not to suffer too hard from that fact.
The design of the Logitech G703 wireless gaming mouse incorporates some of the most ultra-modern features to provide its users with an outstanding experience. When it comes to ergonomics and comfort in mice, Logitech is the industry leaders, and it’s no different with the G703.
I would highly recommend this mouse to anyone on the lookout for a top of the line cordless mouse.
If you want a more detailed, in-depth review, I invite you to keep on reading.
This device has outstanding ergonomics and is designed to fit perfectly in anybody’s hand while gaming. The mouse has soft-touch rubber on either side, jet black or white design, with a smooth plastic finish on the top surface. This makes holding it in your hand quite comfortable, plus it also looks great.
The Logitech logo placed on the face of the mouse has bright RGB lighting. Also, found at the top is the right click and left click which has built-in mechanical switches and will is rated to last up to around 50 million clicks. It is really nice to see Logitech starting to implement mechanical switches in their mice as well.
Even if you run low on power in the midst of a game you don’t have to worry. You can easily plug-in the Lightspeed cable and play wired for a while until it’s fully charged. That kind of technology is usually reserved for more expensive mice, so this was a pleasant surprise. The wireless cable is also long enough to charge comfortably in almost any setup.
There is also a USB dongle for performing wireless operations. This cable links to the receiver through a small desk stand, thereby enabling you to gain easy access to the charging cable when the battery is low as well as empowering the wireless signal and give a smoother overall experience.
The bottom side of this mouse, it is structured with a black module that can be removed from the PowerPlay chip, 10g weight-adjustment plate which is optional, plus an optical sensor. While I prefer the standard weight of the G703, it is always great to have an easy way to adjust if you so prefer.
Powering the G703 can be made even more straightforward with the induction of the brand new PowerPlay wireless charging technology. This does require getting the rather expensive Powerplay mouse mat as well, but I must admit that this is incredibly cool and works very well. It solves the two most significant and prominent issues with wireless mice by wireless charging your mouse at all times.
So not only do you never have to plug in a cable or even worry about the battery getting low. You also don’t have to deal with the reduced performance that sometimes occurs at low power.
- The product is PowerPlay-compatible.
- Designed with super-fast wireless technology.
- Has a 1ms polling rate.
- Comes with a 12,000 DPI sensor.
- Weighs between 107g and 117g.