Ergonomic, ambidextrous and customizable, this gaming mouse gives you the value for your big bucks. It provides you so much comfort with a configurable button layout and room for any mouse grip style. Whether its palm, claw and fingertip gripping, Logitech G903 lets you ace any of your game campaigns.
This wireless mouse has a long battery life of up to 24 hours with its default lighting and 32 hours without. With Logitech being the leader in wireless technology, G903 is not only reliable but has no noticeable input lag when compared to wired mice. Finally, the PWM3366 sensor for Logitech G903 gives you top tier pro level sensor accuracy.
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The Logitech G903 has 11 buttons in total – each is programmable to your own liking. However, the G903 may be the best wireless mouse for Overwatch but the buttons themselves do not feel all that convenient, especially the thumb buttons; they suffer from a slightly stiff click. However, you would appreciate how wide the left and right clicks look. The scroll wheel also grips and slides responsively to your finger.
Korean players Joo-Hyuk “Bunny” Chae of Team CC, Jae-Hyeok “Carpe” Lee of the Philadephia Fusion and Yeon-Joon “ArK” of the Washington Justice gained popularity for using the Logitech G903. Keep in mind that a lot of pro players still prefer wired mice due to low latency but these three pros put wireless on a competitive level, proving that the G903 makes a great Overwatch gear. Their best settings include 800 DPI and 1000 Hz response rate.
The overall design and touch of the Logitech G903 is the result of what happens when a Bionicle turns into a mouse – edgy and bulky in a good way. As such, the G903 appeals more to the edgelord gamer than the ones who prefer a sleeker look. It measures at 2.8 x 6.9 x 5.3″ and it weighs at 110 g. That makes the G903 heavier than most gaming mice but that also makes it a great choice for sniper-type heroes such as Widowmaker and Ana.
Experienced users in forums complain about the G903’s non-ergonomic design but that is because most of them do not realize the design is generally ambidextrous. You can see it from its straight body and symmetrical grooves on the side. If you are used to ambidextrous mice, this will not be a problem.
Alongside the mouse is the USB charger packed with the Logitech LIGHTSPEED engine. Basically, it lets you use the G903 like any regular wired gaming mice but it recharges. The average battery life lasts up to 24 hours with RGB lighting and 32 hours without RGB.
G903 uses Logitech’s exclusive PMW3366 optical sensor; which is still up for debate in gaming forums. But if you are not too critical about very slight differences between the PMW3366 sensor to the 5G optical, the G903 works as one of the best examples of how good the PMW3366 can be. After all, there is a reason why a lot of Korean Overwatch players choose this over other mice. However, you will need a Logitech gaming mousepad if you want to see the G903 to its full potential; it just does not respond well as with other mousepads for some reason – maybe Logitech implies that their mousepad also proves more superior when you use wireless.
As long as it is not a laser sensor, you will be happy with its zero acceleration And scroll smoothing. You can also adjust the DPI resolution from a minimum of 200 to a maximum of 12,000.
For the professional DPI range, you will want to test out the DPI between 800 to 6,000 and see which works best for you. Just remember that only because a specific resolution works on one or two players does not mean it is automatically best for you too.
Like what was previously mentioned, the Logitech G903 measures at 110 g – which may feel too heavy for players that prefer mobile heroes like Tracer, Genji, Pharah, Winston or Junkrat but a weight worth of competition for Hanzo, Widowmaker, McCree and Ana mains.
The G903 works best for medium to large hands thanks to its bulky size and large click areas. You may need some getting used to with the overall handling especially if you are more relaxed with dedicated right-handed mice. Both sides of the G903 include 2 buttons each so you will need to practice playing with those on. But if you play ambidextrous, the G903 is a godsend. On top of that, you can use it with either a claw grip or a palm grip although it leans more to the claw due to the wide click areas of both left and right mouse buttons.
You will need to install the Logitech G program in order to configure your mouse. Besides the on-the-go DPI button on the G903, you can still manually set the sensitivity through digital settings. The software also includes 300 games that support the G903 – including Overwatch. You will certainly love how the colors automatically change to your selected hero’s palette! Now that is innovation.
It feels tough and iffy at first but the G903 comes very handily in the long run. Logitech redefined wireless gaming thanks to this model – low response times, long battery life, 11 mappable buttons, ambidextrous design and fully-customizable. If you need to make the most out of wireless gaming, the Logitech G903 is your answer.
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