Logitech G303
B

Based on 109 reviews

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  • Great for claw grip
  • Very lightweight
  • Smooth gliding mouse feet
  • Excellent sensor (Pixart PMW3366)
  • Good for both left and right-handed users

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Good mouse that didn't last that long and suspicious design
Bought it on February 25, 2017, and after 18 months of usage the mouse starting having the "double-click" problem caused by a tiny piece of metal spring inside of the left microswitch losing its elasticity around July 2018. I fixed it once, by that didn't last for even 1 month before the problem sta...
3/5
Neal
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Logitech G303 Shroud Edition
The Logitech G303 Shroud Edition is an upgraded version of the original Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex, and it's the product of a collaboration between Logitech and gaming streamer, Shroud. It's a very lightweight, wireless gaming mouse with a diamond-like shaped body, suitable for a claw grip for most hand sizes or a fingertip grip for larger hand sizes. It feels very well-built, and it has smooth-gliding mouse feet
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Kelsey Linhares
4 months ago
rtings.com
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​. I am not sure if anyone else has had this weird sensor issue, but this mouse is pretty much dead to me.
Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Review
In contrast, the Corsair M65 RGB's sniper button is centered in the thumb rest. Conclusion The Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex offers fitting upgrades over the Logitech G302, including a better sensor, automatic surface adjustment, and customizable lighting, that are worth the $20 bump in price. It also provides a high-quality experience whether you're involved in some intense gameplay or just Web browsing
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Matthew Buzzi
4 months ago
pcmag.com
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A MUST SEE, Logitech Shroud G303 Wireless Mouse Review
I was like yo, who is that, even for - and it was weirdly amazing how great it was in all of those grips alright, so the logitech g303 shroud edition here. Do we recommend it?
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The Techne
4 months ago
youtube.com
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The Deadliest Mouse on the Market!
OVERVIEW:- Awesome mouse, which has one of the best sensors (the Pixart PMW3366) out on the market right now. It's incredibly accurate because there is virtually no positive or negative acceleration, in addition to the amazing tracking. It's also quite responsive when compared to my Mionix Avior 820...
5/5
Lawliet Keffor
7 years ago
amazon.com
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Glossy modded/cherry dg2/paracorded fkmini 3
Its great for claw and fingertip because of this; I personally claw it. Because of it getting fat in the middle, it gives me alot of room to wrap my pinky and ring fingers around it and not have my fingers feel claustrophobic like with skinny mice like the viper mini. Its lod is very low and it has a 3360 sensor so its way better then the viper mini imo. Its shape, I prefer over the viper mini 100%.
Unpopular Opinion: Mouse Edition
- Aside from the G303, the GPW/Superlight is the best claw grip mouse. - Many custom paracord cables are *too* flexible.
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MagneticGray
reddit.com/r/MouseReview
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Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Optical Gaming Mouse
The G 303 is a small lightweight mouse, with a flagship sensor that pretty much beats out every other sensor.
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Linus Tech Tips
4 months ago
youtube.com
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Perfect gaming mouse for guy with larger hands who uses a pure fingertip-style mouse grip and high sensitivity
TL;DR: I love this mouse because I have large hands and use a fingertips-only style grip. If you use a palm or claw grip there's a good chance this mouse won't work for you unless you have smaller hands. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
5/5
DH
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Specs

Device Type

Mouse

Wireless Receiver

Logitech LIGHTSPEED receiver

Weight

2.65 oz

Connectivity Technology

Wireless, wired