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- Great for gaming
- Comfortable shape for most hand sizes
- Additional buttons and ample RGB
- Accurate tracking
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Scroll wheel still has problems but better than before through latest firmware update.
Scroll wheel stopped functioning properly after less than two weeks of usage. Now when I scroll up/down, it seems to move in the opposite direction half the time, making the scroll wheel unusable. Apparently this is a very common problem with this model which is found easily in forums and reviews. I...
Logitech G403 HERO
The Logitech G403 HERO is a great gaming mouse. It's a wired version of the Logitech G403 Wireless Gaming Mouse, fitted with a HERO sensor that delivers exceptional performance. It has a great build quality and a comfortable shape that's well-suited for most hand sizes using a pa...
Finally found my endgame
I’ve been through a g102, a Deathadder chroma, a SteelSeries rival 310, an EC2-a, and EC2-b, a g403, and a g502. This mouse just feels really comfortable for my claw grip and the weight difference is insane. It’s the lightest mouse I’ve ever owned and it’s taking some adjusting, but I’m absolutely in love.
Scroll wheel issues are just too much to deal with
The mouse is fine I guess as far as the wireless tech, but after going through one return because of a scroll wheel that was broken and had their g403 scrolling glitch, and then the next one the scroll wheel is physically fine but when you scroll it down or up it sometimes goes the other way while s...
After my last Deathadder broke, I ended up trying several different mice. Out of the G502, Rival 300, MIONIX NAOS 7000, and now this mouse... the G403 was the clear winner. No horrible textured rubber grip that wears out quickly and over time becomes increasingly uncomfortable to hold. No weird shap...
DON'T install the Gaming Software and have it install their CRIPPLEWARE firmware!
UPDATE 4 The G HUB software doesn't recognize this as being connected so I have to deal the mouse4 and mouse5 being Back/Forward buttons because of the aforementioned problems caused by flashing the firmware. How can I deal with it? By USING ANOTHER MOUSE, of course! The software can't override the ...
I've been using the G403 for the last 3 years and its been great...somewhat. The scroll wheel broke within the first 4-5 months of use and the hump on the back doesn't really feel that great. It fits perfectly in my hand as I use palm-claw grip. So would the model d or model o be a step up or is there another mouse I could go with ?