Logitech G703
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Based on 108 reviews

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  • Made for left and right handed users
  • Wireless connection with a USB receiver
  • Ergonomic shape for comfort
  • Low response time and accuracy
  • Comfortable grip that suits most hand sizes

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Great Mouse Which Lasts Four Months
For the second time I am experiencing issues with this mouse. Despite it working perfectly with a high response time and accuracy for several months, on about the fourth month of ownership the mouse begins to double click or fail to register clicks. Logitech clearly has changed their manufacturing s...
1/5
Dexter
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Logitech G703 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO Sensor
The Logitech G703 LIGHTSPEED is a great wireless gaming mouse. It's well-built and has a comfortable shape that suits most grips and hand sizes. Click latency is also extremely low, whether you play wired or wirelessly through its USB receiver. Its HERO 16k sensor provides exceptional perf...
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Kelsey Linhares
5 months ago
rtings.com
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Can any daily users recommend a gaming mouse that will last longer than a year?
With that said. I have a Logitech G703 light speed (got it for free after my g502 died after 2 months) and it works great.
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Colorware Logitech G703 Review: Custom mouse for your battlestation
I really like how it looks, and so obviously when you're done, you can just add it to cart, enter all your shipment and play payment info and then in seven to ten days, you can be expecting to get a package from color wear with your custom Mouse.
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9to5Toys
5 months ago
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Click ghosting after 5 months
I was very pleased with this mouse in regards to precision, ergonomics, battery life, and form factor for the 5 months that it worked. Suddenly it began to ghost on right clicks after 5 months of daily use. When clicking and dragging while holding RMB this resulted in the click dropping partway thro...
1/5
Ian Leadley
4 years ago
amazon.com
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I've owned a G703 for about more than a year now and recently have changed the feet to hyperglides. It's done me well but I'm interested in purchasing a new mouse - specifically the Glorious Model D. I primarily play CODMW and while I know a new mouse won't make you a better player, I'm curious if the lighter mouse or new sensor will aid in accuracy.
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nachofriendz
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Logitech G703 HERO Review, ALMOST PERFECT!
Even when you put some pressure on it, it doesn't scrape it still butter smooth on her, and these are stock feet again, really smooth and fantastic across the pad. Now, as far as your settings with the mouse as far as the RGB and then your dpi and everything you get a Logitech G hub software, which is really easy to use very simple, but it's kind of like Razer software, like sometimes you need it open.
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The Techne
5 months ago
youtube.com
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Factory defect and terrible Logitech support. AVOID this mouse!
I do really like this mouse when it's working. However, the scroll wheel is defective. It registers when I have not touched it and when scrolling it will often scroll the wrong direction. This is especially bad in games that have a function tied to the scroll wheel. Considering that this is a rather...
1/5
Raz
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Logitech and other mouse companies are using switches rated for 5v/10mA at 3.3v/1mA, this leads to premature failure.
I actually just bought about 20 Kailh switches to replace the ones on my Logitech g703 mice (I have 3, all have double clicking issues). I’ve already replaced the middle click on two of them. The switches* failed on my newest one extremely quickly. Didn’t even get a year out of it.

Specs

Device Type

Mouse

Width

2.7 in

Depth

4.9 in

Height

1.7 in