Logitech - G303 Daedalus Apex Optical Gaming Mouse - Black
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Delta Zero optical sensor technology
Helps ensure tracking accuracy.
Multiple preset DPI settings
Let you adjust the resolution quickly during gameplay.
Offers quick, easy navigation.
Full-color RGB lighting
Allows you to customize your setup.
6 programmable buttons
Let you save shortcuts and frequently used commands.
Along with low-friction feet fits comfortably in your hand and ensures smooth movement.
For simple connection.
- G303 Daedalus Apex Optical Gaming Mouse
- Owner's manual
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Euphoric mousePosted .
Thanks to this mouse, the dankness level in my games increased tenfold. I can sleep at night knowing my mouse won't transform to fight the Decepticons. It also seriously makes a difference in grip between a scrub-level casual mouse and something euphoric as this. I tip my hat to how well it performs. Normally, clingy things are a huge problem, but I'm willing to let this one slide -- that's what mice do after all! :^) I got this mouse on a sale, and I find that at a pricing of $30-40, it is an absolute steal, especially having the chroma features. I can spend more of my money on dank meme merchandise instead. Overall, stellar.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great sensor BUT that cable is ridiculously thickPosted .
My Razer DeathAdder Chroma died on me again (what a surprise), and rather than resort to another Razer product, I decided to got with the G303 which features one of the best sensors in the market (minus the weight that the G502 has - same sensor but that mouse is like a brick). Can't really complain about the G303. PROS: Features one of the best optical sensors in the gaming mice market today. You get a premium sensor at an acceptable price. You'll definitely notice how good this sensor is once you actually game with it. Come to think of it, the sensor definitely lives up to the hype because I've never used another mouse (even with the 3310 sensors) that had such an accurate and responsive sensor such as this one. It's that good. I'm not even exaggerating. I was actually taken by surprise on how good the sensor reacted to my hand gestures and swipes during games. CONS: If there are any cons to this mouse, it's the build. It sure does feel plasticky and cheap. Also, your grip may or may not like the diamond shape to this mouse. The shape caters to my hybrid clawgrip perfectly. I have medium to small hands so this mouse is light and perfect for snap turns and aiming. It all depends on your preferences of course. And lastly, THAT CABLE that comes with the mouse is probably one of the thickest mouse cables I've ever owned. It's sturdy but so stiff and an obstacle that you'll be fighting not only the enemies in-game, but fighting the resistance the cable gives you as you swipe the mouse itself.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great for a certain types of gripPosted .
Before you even shop for a "Gaming" mouse you should first stop and think about what type of grip you use. There are 3 types: palm, claw, and fingertip (a quick Google search will show you which of the 3 you have). The thing that sets the G303 apart is its shape. It's almost diamond-shaped, with a very wide midsection that tapers down towards the back and front, to make almost a diamond-esque shape when looking from above. This shape is also why I personally love this mouse though. I'm a fingertip gripper, and that wide midsection is perfect for the angle at which I place my fingers. I would think claw-grippers would also have an easy time with this mouse, while it might be a little uncomfortable for palm-grippers. My advice is to try this mouse out at your local Best Buy before buying. Besides the shape, the specs of this mouse are great as well. As of this writing, it uses the best optical (optical is vital for precision gaming) sensor available on the market. It has a nice, low resistant buttons for the primary mouse buttons, and the side buttons feel very responsive as well. The mouse wheel has just the right amount of tension. There are a few criticisms to be had about this mouse. Unlike the G502, the plastic on this mouse starts developing finger-shine very quickly whereas my G502 has not developed any shine at all. The RGB lighting is a nice feature, but the white lighting (at least on my mouse) is very dim and has a very heavy blue tinge to it. And finally, there are no mouse buttons on the right side of the mouse for left-handed users, which is extremely odd if you consider the fact that this mouse is symmetrical otherwise. All in all, it's a great mouse for fingertip-grippers. It's sturdy, has a fantastic sensor, is relatively low cost, and has RGB lighting as a kicker. I have no regrets buying this mouse.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very unusually comfortable mousePosted .
My ring finger was getting bothered by traditionally-curved mice because of my more clamped grip that was developing. I originally thought this mouse would feel really pointy with its more angular look. But turns out the angles are right where your joints in your fingers are, so you get a suprisingly ergonomic feel to it. I recommend you try the mouse out in store if you're on the fence because of its shape. Lost 1 star for the lighting software being glitchy when trying to choose custom colors. The software in its current version has bugs where it occasionally gets the color selection slightly wrong when picking from the color wheel. For example, trying to select a purple color (half red, half blue) sometimes tends to be largely in favor of blue rather than an even amount of red and blue to color it. Or sometimes Orange is a bit on the red side and green isn't as bright as it should be. If you can manage to get the color you want, it'll stay that way though. I think the way it calculates what values to use is somehow miscalibrated, but you can eventually get the color you want by restarting the software and immediately choosing the color, or by picking some other colors on the color wheel until it randomly re-calibrates to the correct color you were looking for.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Paired with G910 keyboardPosted .
I was looking for a gaming set for a new build and almost picked up the Corsair setup before relooking at Logitech (I also looked at multiple other brands). Was about to pull the trigger on the Corsair LED keyboard on BestBuy Black Friday sale when I almost missed the entire Logitech gaming line was on sale. I relooked at the G910 keyboard and read reviews on all the LED keyboards. I wanted the more silent keys (which BB carried on the Corsair). As I was looking at the keyboard, I wanted to pair a mouse but didn't want to go overboard with buttons. The recently released G303 was a perfect match. The higher resolution sensor along with a solid build was very attractive. Since purchase, I've been very happy with the mouse and would recommend it on its own, even if not matched with the keyboard. I went to the store to test this and other mice, and found it more than acceptable. I also considered wireless, but for price/performance, and that the keyboard was also wired anyway, that this was still my best option. I hear the software on Corsair is better, but I've been able to run several combos with the G303 and G910 to have different lighting sequences depending on normal use or game specific and generally gotten use to the Logitech software (a few software updates have made it slightly better).I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Best gaming mousePosted .
Logitech wins again with an outstanding gaming mouse triumph. It has every feature that a winner needs. Be the envy of your Minesweeper clan with a Logitech G303!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A Superb MousePosted .
At first glance, the mouse looked strange. But placing my hand on it for the first time, I felt that I was destined to pwn noobs in some of my favorite games like Counter Strike and League of Legends. This mouse has lived up to my expectations. I also have the Proteus, and here I will compare some of the qualities of each of them: Daedalus: + Super Light Weight + Satisfying Clicking + Great for fingertip grip + Easy to clean - Only 3 extra buttons Proteus: + Adjustable Weight + 6 extra buttons + Fits nicely in the hand + Modifyable scroll-wheel speed - Heavy by default Both have amazing precision, and the Logitech Gaming Software is best in its class. Try these mice in store before buying them. Then you won't have to buy both like me. Unfortunately, I am still undecided on which I like better, but I am currently using the Daedalus because of how light it is and how gracefully it moves across my mousepad.I would recommend this to a friend
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Best Mouse Logitech Has Ever Made, Hands DownPosted .
I myself have tried nearly every Logitech mouse there is since early 2000 as well as numerous top gaming mice from other brands since then and I can wholeheartedly say that there is no mouse currently that can compete with the g303 in terms of just shape, click-feel, mouse-feet or bottom of the mouse, aesthetics in terms of how the mouse looks but also just the amazing honeycomb light pattern on the sides, and just overall design. Out of all of the mice I have tried in my life, the g303 is one of the best fitting and comfortable mice that I have ever used, period. when I grip this mouse, it just feels like a glove for my hand and I have medium-sized hands. When you grip this mouse, it kind of leaves your hand in 1 position, which is good because it improves accuracy and doesn't make your fingers or your hand slip off of the mouse. The keys on this mouse are soo good as they are very easily clickable, but not too sensitive either. I love the RGB honeycomb pattern on the sides, which I have set to slow cycling effect. I love it's simplistic design as I do not like too many unnecessary buttons and even left-handed people love this mouse as well as it is almost ambidextrous. I love how light the mouse is and the fact that it is not too tall so my hand always feels comfortable and doesn't get tired from long hours of usage. The sensor on this mouse is so responsive and accurate that it literally feels like I have an extra hand. Also, the software that Logitech provides for free with this mouse allows you to auto-tune your surface to the mouse, whether it be a hard or soft surface, which makes your mouse even slightly more accurate. I also love the smooth scroll wheel. Lastly, the 6 pads on the bottom of the mouse bottom surface are very nice as well since they provide good balance and it feels like butter when you slide this mouse across your mouse pad. None of the current Logitech mice have mouse feet on the bottom of their mice that are as good as the g303 mouse feet in my opinion. I mean seriously, I tried the g pro wireless recently and I really tried liking it. I tried using it for 2 months straight and just went straight back to the g303, because the g303 is just better. The new Logitech mice like the g pro wireless are too long, too tall for the hand, awful bland design and shape, awful mouse feet, it's like they went backwards in terms of quality after someone at Logitech decided to discontinue the g303 simply because of few quarters of bad sales and initial negative feedback even though people are still buying the g303 to this day for 10 times higher from third-party sellers because it's discontinued. Some might say they hate the shape, but I love it personally and have seen tons of reviews on youtube and online in general where people praise the shape, especially people who have smaller to medium-sized hands. All of the current mice that Logitech has seem to be designed for larger hands in general and not many mice at all available from Logitech for smaller to medium-sized users. Also, some might say that this mouse is only popular due to some streamers using it exclusively, but I don't think this is the case either. I myself was not aware that some other people got this mouse only due to some streamers using it because I myself tried the g303 when it first came out to see if it was any good and I immediately loved everything about this mouse and still do. It almost feels as if Logitech designed the perfect mouse in terms of shape, comfort, perfect bottom mouse feet, perfect aesthetics in terms of the honeycomb rgb pattern on the sides, perfect design overall and then decided they should discontinue the g303 by only judging a couple of quarters of bad sales or initial negative feedback/response. However, years went by and after people still buying the mouse discontinued, people realized it actually really is a good mouse. Other than this, I can't understand why Logitech even discontinued this mouse in the first place unless it was an issue of mass-producing it due to its high quality, but this doesn't make much sense to me either as there are more complex mice they have made that are still in production. Literally, the only thing I can even think of that is bad with this mouse is the reported rattle issues on it, which was actually fixed by Logitech a year after it's release. Also, the double click issue that happens on the mice after a few years of usage which can just be fixed by replacing the mouse switches anyway. Anyway, it really is a shame that the g303 was discontinued because I can honestly say that this mouse is one of the best products that Logitech has ever put out and I really hope to see its returns one day. The g303 needs to come back as either a re-release for a wireless version with a better modern sensor but same design and shape OR at the least a re-stock. Those are my thoughts, I know some might disagree, but yes, there is still a large cult following for this mouse due to how amazing it is, just check the Logitech G or MouseReview Reddit or online in general and you will see there is still a huge demand for this mouse and it's for a good reason because it's an amazing mouse and needs to be released as wireless one day or at the least re-stocked
FeaturesEase of Use5 out of 5Quality5 out of 5Value5 out of 5I would recommend this to a friend
Q: QuestionHow big is the actual mouse? I need a mouse that is big enough that I can relax my hand and not have the mouse run over or drag my fingers along the mousepad.
Asked by Dice.
- A:Answer It's a fairly small mouse. It's suited more to claw grip than palm grip. So unless you've got very tiny hands, I'm not sure you'd like this one. The Razer Deathadder and the Logitech G502 are a decent bit bigger, and also both excellent mice. I've used all of them and would suggest any easily.
I would recommend:
Answered by n2oinferno
Asked by Tyrus.
- A:Answer Sure does has 2 of them
Answered by Dags
Q: QuestionShippingHello! I know this is kinda a stupid question, but i dont want to register just to see it, so... My question would be do you ship this mouse to Hungary, and if yes, how much is the price of it? Thank you very much!
Asked by Zoltán.
- A:Answer Nope, they can only ship to USA
Answered by AbrMX
Asked by edzzz.
- A:Answer The product specifications states it's a wired mouse.
Answered by Anonymous
Q: QuestionThis is a wired mouse, right? and why are batteries need if its hooked up to a computer/PC?
Asked by Taylor.
- A:Answer Yes it's wired. No there are no batteries necessary.
Answered by n2oinferno