Logitech G903 Wireless review: A dynamic duo
Fixable software issues aside, there's simply no faulting the dynamic duo that is the Logitech G903 and the PowerPlay.
- Apex predator gaming mouse works flawlessly with power mat.
- Both perform well in intense, high-stress situations.
- Configurable buttons (both physically and in LGS).
- Designed to turn heads and are RGB sync-able.
Could be better
- Mat charging takes an age.
- LGS has some bugs.
- Overwolf software needs work.
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Let's appease the purists right out of the gate. If you exist on the bleeding edge of competitive PC gaming you don't do it in your living room. You have a dedicated batcave, a dedicated batcomputer and a desk with a monitor geared towards the lowest latency possible. That said, any gamer shy of elite MLG standards will no doubt have been lured out into the more social parts of their house, probably due to a large 4K TV. This article is intended for those walkers-between-worlds.
If you've hooked up your rig to a 4K or regular HD screen that's bigger than Texas, the obvious problems are three-fold. Unless you want a light-induced seizure you need to sit well back beyond mouse wire distance. Then you're probably going to want a means to keep your mouse constantly powered and ready to go for 20+ hour gaming sessions. Nobody wants to do the “find new batteries scramble” when the battle royale reads: 10 players remaining.
I think I've found the solution to all of those couch-user conundrums by using two Logitech products that co-operate better than Tango and Cash. Together, the Logitech G903 Wireless Mouse and the Logitech G PowerPlay Wireless Charging System have preserved the butt groove in my lounge like never before. I'm at borderline bedsore levels right now. It's glorious.
- Hourglass shape is suitable for right- and left-handed gamers
- Configurable thumb buttons on both sides of the mouse
- Two-mode scroll wheel: standard or free-spinning
- Supremely responsive
- Sensitivity up to 12,000 DPI
- Battery holds a full 32-hour charge
- Fully customistable RGB lighting
- Five onboard lighting profiles for switching between on-the-fly
Fixable software issues aside, there's simply no faulting the dynamic duo that is the Logitech G903 and the PowerPlay. The mouse, while expensive, is a get-what-you-pay-for proposition that is the current model-to-beat in my mind. The house this mouse can inhabit, while also expensive, is a stylish, comfortable convenience that allows you to basically use the best gaming mouse in the world in its wireless state forever. I couldn't recommend this combo more highly.
Pricing and availability
The Logitech G903 retails for $249.95.
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