Last Updated on July 3, 2022 by Timothy M. Delapaz
If you are looking for an affordable and easy-to-use mouse, then read this review on Logitech G903 Lightspeed Mouse Review.
The Logitech G903 Lightspeed Mouse is a gaming mouse that features an innovative design and lightweight design. The mouse has an ambidextrous design which allows users to use the mouse in both hands. The mouse comes with RGB lighting which makes it easy for gamers to set up the lighting in their room depending on the game they are playing. The mouse also has 8 programmable buttons which can be programmed for different functions by the user. It is available at Rs. 19696 which makes it worth the money spent. The Logitech G903 Lightspeed Mouse has an innovative design and LED lighting display like other high-end gaming mice from Logitech.
|Good Side:||☑️ Excellent wireless performance, PWM3366 sensor.|
☑️ Lightweight construction glides smoothly.
☑️ Suitable for both left- and right-handed people.
|Bad Side:||❌ If you’re not using Powerplay, not much improvement over the old G900.|
❌ Ambidextrous shape not very ergonomic.
Logitech G903 Design
One of the main features of this mouse is its ambidextrous design. The Logitech G903 Lightspeed Mouse fully supports left-handed gamers and thus can be used by both right-handers and left-handers equally. Since users are not using one side, they have an extra handedness whereas, with a regular gaming mouse, they only use their natural hands for gaming as well as GUI tasks such as clicking on buttons that are only meant to be pressed with their right hand. The ambidextrous design also allows the user to use this mouse in both hands, whether they are playing a game or working on any application that requires precise input.
The Logitech G903 Lightspeed Mouse is extremely lightweight which makes it easy for even the smaller ones of users such as children to handle and operate without using any additional pressure from them when gaming or running software. When users install the mouse they will find that it has an ergonomic design and a thumb pad which can be used to control where to move around their cursor when using various applications such as Windows Explorer, DOSBox, etcetera through different buttons and commands. From these controls, any user can select which button is being pressed or released as well with their right hand while still keeping track of what is happening on the screen with the left index finger.
The mouse comes with a high standard of quality despite the fact that it is low priced and easy to discard since it does not have many extra features. The user can change buttons and remap any button map from 64,000 different options. In addition to all these customizations, users are able to use up to five profiles for each program that they log into through separate but identical configurations therefore this will ensure multiple ways in which players can control their game system.
Many players today are not satisfied with the standard button areas that come in 3,2 and even 1 key configurations being completely out of hand for some. It is therefore very useful to make use of alternate buttons so that users can customize their own profiles allowing complete mastery over a certain game or repetitive work environment controlled by just one small wheel. The Logitech G903 Lightspeed Gaming Mouse is ideal for everyday applications such as web browsing, office software selection, etcetera.
These options can be used to execute special moves and other commands such as checking for mail, jumping between different applications, or even shifting focus back to the task at hand when switching windows. Customizing a mouse is recommended in order to use it with the greatest effect if users are going through similar software programs especially those linked together through shortcuts which will greatly help them save time while increasing productivity levels because they won’t, have to wait for ages before getting
There are 8 programmable buttons used to make this ambitious mouse work just like your old mouse that you may be using now without ever having had a need for programmable USB or PS/2 mode, left-handed configuration, etc. This mouse has always been placed as a mid-range gaming mouse with comfortable housing and pretty decent ambidextrous design, buttons, matrix, and all. But unfortunately, this product shares the problems of its predecessors like tracking or responsiveness that does not match up to what you need for serious gamers who have multiple mice laying at home even though I had been told there is no difference in the actual performance standards between right-handed and left although it did take me a while to get used to. But still, with the pricing being almost at the half of its predecessor, in my opinion, it is worth it for those who are looking for a decent wireless mouse that works like other Logitech mice before them yielding consistency and functionality along with sidetracking performance…
Be sure to take the time to drop some comments about any gaming mice you have used for the last few years. The reason why I ask that is that a lot of people usually use their non-gaming tech like an office mouse and expect gaming performance in it as well which may not be true at all depending on how much usage you give your device.
Logitech G903 Performance
That the buttons are so defined and loud. One of its biggest issues is that it has a weight to it as well, making direction changes at times feel like you have put holes in your desk when thrown back… If you’re not careful enough on these mice right out of the box, I can’t see yourself moving up much beyond 6 months without wireless gaming mice any major adjustments (made by phones, etc) since all things considered, its performance is relatively close to the wireless Razer Naga (not wireless) in which I find that as one of its best assets. Logitech gram weight g703 lightspeed wireless is perfect for gamers’ battery life who constantly use mice and want something similar in feel too old school ones from Kanao or Logitech… Let’s see how long you keep it ’til its parts get scarce lol Conclusion It’s not about whether this mouse once an expensive utter beauty is, in fact, a beautiful mouse.
The G903 and the Avago 3090 LED engine behind it (and all its MouseWare drivers) already and forever changed what should be ready to Rock on an all-aluminum body/faceplate cable… But I digress… Since many of you asked about Logitech’s software development program for this product, so I will give you my take: – You can actually map up to 10 buttons out of the box that you want to be able to adjust on your desktop, even from “silent” mode – You can actually program 16G clicks (and more) which should provide better customization – The memory for macro gaming is one of its nicest features in this realm.
I don’t know about anyone else but a huge part of my workaround with mice uses macros and binds custom commands down too so it’s huge being able to save a set “program” onto the mouse… Furthermore, if you’re not macros or custom commands fan, Logitech’s tools at this point in time are generally easier to use and less user-prone when it comes to programming your custom/personalize buttons (no more looking through manual pages on the internet) or even rebindings things like DPI ramps. So all of that said by me being fairly content with what I have on this mouse at this point in time: I’d say there is a brownie points range and applications tab to add to my list of features that are greatly appreciated… But now it’s all about the feel.
Logitech G903 Why the best
I don’t know about others but I had only used a handful of gaming mice prior to this one. I didn’t even get into any “hard” programming on them and no macros whatsoever if that’s what you got me for… The Logitech MX518 was my 1st mouse out of the box back in 2011 and it was always loved due to my charging preference since then: It combined excellent tracking with an overall comfortable feel and a fabulous ergonomic design.
In its current version, the MX518 still has this wireless charging mouse pad characteristic but it lacks that customizability I’m used to While in record time you can program your buttons using Logitech’s excellent software (that work on both PC and Mac), there is no sensor customization whatsoever,…and while we’re here, no macro programming there either – So more or less thinking ahead of itself maybe a little bit. That changed around 3 years ago…
My MX518 at a later time. For the first couple of years, I attempted to do everything one-handed in the dark via macro programming mainly that happened when playing on Hero accounts (S4). But once new improved Logitech G12 gaming mice hit stores for seemingly random people like me.