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This is an amazing mouse, but I don't want to repeat what other 5 star reviews already said.
The 1 star from me is because....
- I first bought this mouse used, 'like new', and it had a manufacturing defect that affected the scrollwheel. Had to refund it. - My second purchase was fine for a few months, and then the right mouse button started acting up. It would repeatedly click the right mouse click even though i was holding it down. I got a replacement. You can google this as a common issue with these/Logitech mice by searching 'Logitech Double Click problem' - My house mate bought this mouse after my recommendation and he had to return it because he had issues with the scroll wheel too. - My mouse replacement (Third of this mouse/Fourth counting my housemate's) developed the same problem but more severely and in the left mouse button instead of the right. I got a refund because they're now not in stock.
I don't know what's up with this batch of mice but it hurts that the QA or manufacturing sucks so bad that 4 out of 4 mice sent to my household had a manufacturing defect.
If you like gambling, then get this mice, because if it works, it's damn good.
Auf der Suche nach einer neuen Gaming Maus, bin ich wieder einmal bei Logitech gelandet. Einige YouTuber meinten, dass praktisch keinerlei Unterschied zu einer kabelgebundenen Maus feststellbar ist, daher wagte ich nun auch das Experiment.
Die Maus würde, wie üblich, schnell und sicher verpackt geliefert. Die Verpackung macht einen hochwertigen Eindruck.
Das Anschließen sowie die "Inbetriebnahme" war kinderleicht. Dank der guten Logitech Gaming Software lässt sich die Maus wie gewünscht konfigurieren.
Aber wie schlägt sie sich in der Praxis? Extrem gut! Ich spiele seit über 15 Jahren verschiedene Shooter, teilweise in verschiedenen nationalen und internationalen Ligen. Meine Anforderungen sind daher sehr hoch. Und zu meiner Überraschung konnte ich tatsächlich KEINERLEI Nachteile gegenüber einer kabelgebundenen Maus feststellen. Die Reaktionszeit ist extrem gut und aufgrund des fehlenden Kabels kann man die Maus noch schneller bewegen, ohne dass das Kabel irgendwo hängen bleibt.
Die Ergonomie ist für mich als Rechtshänder sehr gut. Auch die Akkulaufzeit ist wirklich hervorragend und kein Vergleich zu den Funkmäusen von früher.
Lediglich das Mausrad ist relativ schwergängig und laut, weshalb ich einen Punkt abziehe. Das stört schon ziemlich und war auch der Grund, warum ich sie wieder zurückgeschickt habe.
Alles in allem eine gute Maus, abgesehen vom Mausrad. Daher gibt es sehr gute 4* und eine Weiterempfehlung.
Sollte Dir diese Bewertung geholfen haben, bitte ich darum, meine Rezension mit einem kurzen Klick als hilfreich zu markieren. Vielen Dank!
Its a great mouse. I came from the 403 so the fact its exactly the same makes it perfect for me. The dongle is nice and the charge lasts a long time, The sensors very accurate and you desk space will look very tidy.
But it gave me plenty of issues. The software was the worst part. It took me about 20 reinstall to get Logitech's hub and hunting down individual drivers to uninstall just to get the the mouse to be recognised so i could adjust all the DPI's and buttons to my usual set up. This seems to be a common issue so you have plenty of trouble shooting posts to guide you through one of the 100 issues the software/drivers can create.
The other issue i had was the buttons being registered multiple times when holding it down which is an absolute nightmare. Apparently ( from reading online) this is also a very common issue with this mouse and happens to a few of the buttons. No idea what the cause is, amazon replaced mine easily and this one has no real issues here.
Overall Does it give me an advantage in games? I'm still way more comfortable playing on my wired mouse and something allways just feels a bit off with the wireless mouse, Im not sure what it is.
Do i think wireless is worth all the extra money? If you can snatch this up for a deal sure. But i probably wont be replacing mine when it goes.
This mouse is great for being so responsive that you forget that its wireless while also being very well built and amazingly comfortable. Its on the smaller side but with quite a pronounced hump for the palm. Comfort is always subjective but so far I've found it much nicer to hold than my previous gaming mice. The rubberised sides and matte finish top are great for sweaty hands which was one of my main complaints with the Zowie EC2. The Logitech software is easy to use and unobtrusive with settings saved on the mouse so you never need to use it after the initial setup if you don't want to.
In-game so far I have had no dropoff in aim compared to my previous mouse so I assume its doing a good job tracking wise.
In comparison to the most recent mice I've used: Logitech G502 - G703 shape is more comfortable the thumb buttons are easier to use Zowie EC2 - matte surface is infinitely better, scroll wheel is much better and the whole mouse is more solidly built
The wireless aspect is hugely liberating with seemingly no drawback thanks to several generations of development by Logitech.
Overall I highly recommend this mouse to anyone who wants to upgrade to a wireless gaming mouse and prioritises comfort over having 11+ buttons
Biought this to play GTA online, before I had Microsoft and Logitech ergonomic mice.
It is much lighter than my previous mice and you can move it far faster especially on a gaming mouse mat with a smooth surface. Buttons and mouse wheel feel like you can click more rapidly. Good for shooting and frabbbing loot in Casino Heist :-)
Bad point: battery life may be good compared to gaming mice (I have nothing to compare with) but it sucks compared with normal mice. Days rather than months. There will be a trade-off between lightness and the size of the battery inside. Lighting it up with an LED on top is just a waste of electricity IMHO. The wireless charging option is expensive but you can use it as a wired mouse while it is charging. Obviously, having a cable attached drags a bit compared to when it is wireless.
Also, I am starting to get a little RSI in my wrist again. The way you grip it isn't as ergonomic as the ergonomic mouse - again not surprising - and I've been playing GTA a lot and probably gripping mouse harder when gaming than I would for work.
All in all it is a good purchase. I might consider only using it for gaming and having a second more ergonomic mouse for work.
Nice weight, and decent sensor. However, I do feel this is overpriced against alternatives which include the Logitech G305 which has better battery life but no RGB costing around 1/3 of the price, i.e. roughly 60% cheaper. However, I am not a fan of the shape of the Logitech G703 and had to return it as a result as the side grips felt a bit sticky/non-slip rubberised and the top was too high for my liking which became slightly uncomfortable when using for a gaming session. Personal preference is the Razer Mamba Wireless Optical as shape is probably the best for an ergonomic mouse although slightly heavier - this usually sells for around £65 to £70 so around 20% cheaper. If the Logitech G703 Hero was cheaper than it would get a 4-star as there is nothing wrong with it and shape of the mouse is very personal
In the past, I've had pretty bad experiences with wireless (specifically bluetooth) mice, so I've stuck to wired for the last couple of years.
I decided to finally switch mouse since my Steelseries Rival 600 was getting a bit... broken (thanks to it's design flaws, please don't buy that mouse) and I thought I would give wireless another go.
I originally planned to get the G Pro Wireless but I reminded myself that price does not equal quality so looked into some cheaper options since mice really are consumable in my opinion.
The G703 looked perfect to me, I palm-grip and this mouse is great for palm gripping, the coating is alright but I wish it was a bit more rubbery like my Rival 600 was, the RGB is nice but the scroll wheel LED is not viewable from all angles, I'm not sure if this is a design fault or feature but it doesn't really bother me, I won't take any points for it, the shape is great, as I said, it is perfect for the palm grip.
The buttons all feel great and satisfying to press, especially the side buttons.
The wireless is perfect, absolutely no noticable latency, I can never go back to a wired mouse after using this, if you're having any issues with the wireless I would suggest using the included extension cable and putting the dongle on your desk rather than in the back of your computer.
The battery life is great, I can get about 3-4 days out of it on a single charge.
I would definitely recommend this mouse for the price, it is great value and works really well.
tl;dr: It's a great mouse. Highly responsive with great battery life and very comfortable.
This is my 1 year review.
My settings: 800 DPI. 1000 report rate per second. Disabled DPI switching. In windows turn OFF pointer precision/smoothing.
My Lighting settings: (Both Primary and Logo Lighting) Rate 8000ms Brightness 100% Effect Breathing Colour Red
========== Pros ========== Performance: - Fast and responsive in a variety of games and desktop usage: FPS, MMO, RTS, Strategy etc. - No noticeable lag in wireless or wired modes. - Instant response when move it from sleep mode. - ZERO pixel skipping or stutter (I had this on my Razer Lachesis from early 2010's (remember that one?))
Battery life: - >=1-2 week depending on usage and lighting settings. I have had it last 3 weeks. If you blast RGB and use it 8 hr a day it will probably last <1 week. - Can switch it off manually underneath. - Will sleep itself if not registered movement, it turns the lights off. Prob is why I've had it last so long. - Play and charge. - NO BATTERIES it's an internal cell.
Comfort: - Very - Probably been designed for mixed/palm grip but I sometimes switch to claw and fingertip grip and never had issues. It's certainly a larger mouse than some, which is create for my hand size. - Nice and light but not too light. Can add the included weights if you need to. - Glides across mousemat with no snagging or jumping (I use Steelseries).
Connector: - Smooth braided kink-free USB cable with an odd prong shape to it on the mouse-end, which connects to the mouse securely. - In wireless mode you detach the cable from the mouse then attach a dongle to the cable, and it just works.
Aesthetics: - Smooth hard plastic top with some soft rubber sides. - Mouse wheel soft rubber feel. - Side buttons shiny black plastic. - Mouse wheel and G symbol light up RGB, nice and bright.
Quality of life: - When turn it on the mouse wheel flashes red to tell you it needs plugging in. Very useful. - Can assign macros and reassign all the keys in the Logitech software. - Software is very simple and uncluttered (Coming from a Roccat Kone that is a blessing trust me..) - Battery-saving Sleep mode when doesn't register input after few mins.
Packaging: - Clean design, Neat and tidy. - Small compact box about half the size of my Roccat and Razer boxes from >5yr ago. Less landfill wastage.
========== Cons ========== Software: - Can glitch out sometimes, such as not showing device connected. - Update fails to apply sometimes.
I've come back to redo my review after a week or so usage. I can no longer recommend this mouse simply because the G305 is better in every way except the side buttons and its cheaper.
This mouse is fairly heavy and the plastic its made from always looks sweaty. The RGB is pretty poor but the worst part of it is the software.
Who thought it was a good idea to auto change your mouse DPI to factory defaults for every new game you play? Seriously, this is so idiotic its unreal. Each new game you install auto generates a new profile on logitech g hub, then it switches to it automatically when you start a game. This means every single game needs a custom profile editing for no real reason.
Another issue I've had is the cursor often feels floaty with this mouse and I'm not sure why. Kind of like that feeling you get with really high DPI or cheapo mice.
Initially this mouse seems fine but after a day or so you really see its actually pretty badly made hence the cheaper price. Its a shame because the larger and well placed side buttons are really nice.
I've always thought wireless mouses would be a pain to deal with due to input latency and battery life but this mouse has neither of those problems. I get 60 hours of battery life with all the RGB switched off and there is no perceptible latency at all, in fact it feels more responsive as I'm not dragging a cable any more! Logitech you nailed it!