A great wireless gaming mouse is the Logitech G703 LIGHTSPEED with HERO Sensor. It is well-made and has a shape that makes it easy to hold for most grips and hand sizes. Whether you play wired or wirelessly through its USB receiver, the click latency is also very good. Its HERO sensor has a wide CPI range, a short lift-off distance, and a high polling rate, all of which make it perform very well.
All of the buttons are clicky and satisfying, and you can programme them all through G HUB, which is also where you can change the performance settings and customize the RGB lighting. Even though the scroll wheel feels solid, you can’t tilt it and you can’t unlock it to move quickly through long documents. On the plus side, it works with both Windows and mac OS and has memory built in to store profiles.
- Length: 12.4 cm
- Width:6.8 cm
- Height: 4.3 cm
- Shape: Ergonomic
- Weight: 107.2 grams
- Cable: 1.8 metres, stiff braid
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The G703 is 12.4 cm long, 6.8 cm wide, and 4.3 cm tall, which makes it one of the taller mice we’ve tested. It’s also pretty wide and long, so it’s definitely a large mouse.
Even though it is big, the right-handed ergonomic design works well for medium or large hands with all types of grips, but it works best with a palm grip. This is Logitech’s take on the standard right-handed ergonomic mouse, so it should look and feel very familiar.
The top of the mouse is made of a great matte plastic that doesn’t attract fingerprints. The sides have small rubber grips that run the length of the mouse, making it feel like a premium mouse made of premium materials. Shaking the mouse doesn’t make it sound like it’s loose, and after dozens of hours of playtesting, the scroll stays in place.
The Logitech G703 is 107.2 grams, which isn’t bad for a big mouse and especially good for a big wireless mouse. The HERO edition is 95 grams, which is about 10 grams lighter. The Logitech G703 is a monster performer because of its shape, weight, and Pixart PMW3366.
The logo and scroll wheel on the Logitech G703 are lit up in a beautiful RGB colour.
Even during the day, the lighting is very bright, but there are ways to turn it down or off. Dimming is a great way to save battery while keeping your setup’s accent lighting.
The software can do a lot of different things. You can set the lighting for the logo and the wheel to be the same or different, and there are different lighting presets.