Logitech - G903 Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with RGB Lighting - Black

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Enhance your gaming skills with this wireless Logitech mouse. Its advanced sensor technology, button tensioning and lightning response time let you experience precise targeting and rapid shooting during competitive play or leisurely recreation. This Logitech mouse has an ergonomic design that fits comfortably in your hand for hours of gaming fun.

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Overview

What's Included


  • 10g optional weight
  • Accessories case
  • Button covers (left, right)
  • Logitech G903 Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with RGB Lighting
  • Optional receiver extension adapter
  • Optional side buttons (2x left, 2x right)
  • Owner's manual
  • Plug-and-forget nano receiver
  • USB charging/data cable

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (153 out of 159)

Features


LIGHTSPEED wireless technology

With a 1ms report rate and Logitech end-to-end optimized wireless connectivity, this mouse delivers incredible responsiveness for competition-level twitch targeting.

Programmable RGB lighting

Choose from a palette of colors and different brightness levels to match your style, system or environment. Download Logitech Gaming Software to get access to over 300 game profiles and intelligent illumination.

Optical technology

LED lights scan the surface beneath the mouse to detect movement with a fair amount of accuracy, suitable for everyday computing and browsing.

11 programmable buttons

Let you map out game commands and multicommand macros for personalized control.

Adjustable weight system

The included 10g removable weight module gives you options when it comes to tuning the mouse exactly to your preferences.

Scroll wheel

Enables smooth, fast movement.

Maximum of 12000 dpi

Lets you find the perfect sensitivity.

Ambidextrous design

Can be used comfortably whether you're right- or left-handed.

Compatible with most Windows and Mac computers

Works across a wide array of computers.


Customer rating

4.8
97%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great wired / wireless mouse.

    Posted
    Quandtum
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I purchased this Logitech – G903 mouse to replace my older Logitech Performance MX mouse. The MX overall was fine but it wasn’t a symmetrical design, lacked on quantity of programmable buttons, and after extended use would put some strain on my wrist. The Logitech – G903 has been great so far. My day-to-day tasks on the computer consist primarily of 3D modeling, design, engineering, emails, spreadsheets and a little gaming; so a pretty good mix from all realms. The mouse has up to 11 programmable buttons which come in very handy for hot key commands across a number of different software and gaming platforms. When researching a new mouse I was torn with the age old questions “Wired or Wireless”. I like to have a clean workspace at my desk and whenever I can get wires out of sight, that’s a huge plus. However, there is always the chance that you sacrifice accuracy with a wireless setup. What I love about the G903 is you have the option to use is wired or wireless. It comes with a USB receiver, a braided USB to micro USB cable for charging or wired connection and a USB to micro USB for connecting the receiver to the braided cord. This allows you to reposition the receiver closer to your work surface if need be. The input lag or response time via the wireless “LIGHTSPEED” connection is virtually nonexistent. In fact, if it does exist, I haven’t noticed it at all. But if you truly wanted to rock the wired setup you still have that option with this mouse, which is nice. Also, when you do need to charge the mouse, simply connect it to the USB cable and you can continue using it as a “wired” mouse while it charges. This seems like it should be an obvious feature, however, I have seen a number of different devices over the years that you cannot use while they are charging so it’s worth noting that the G903 can. Pros: - Wired and wireless option with virtually no lag. - Great ergonomics -11 programmable buttons - Ambidextrous design - Comes with optional 10g weight. - Durable braided USB to micro USB cable. - Great battery life with power save mode. - Ability to track on a range of different surfaces in addition to the traditional mouse pad. (I use it directly on my wood desk top) Cons: -It’s rather expensive. (But… If you can justify it as an investment to you assist you for years to come, totally worth it) - Does not share the same receiver as other Logitech products such as the wireless Logitech G613 Keyboard. This would have been a nice feature and would have eliminated the need for two receivers plugged into my PC. Bottom line: If you are looking for a wireless / wired mouse that feels great in your hand, has a great design, has a number of programmable buttons and can justify dropping $115-160 (depending on sales) then I would highly recommend the Logitech G903.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome for fps

    Posted
    Mark
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I like the mouse for fps (csgo). I own many mouse (ec2a,g502,g900,za11,g400s, and I forgot the other 2) I think it's good for claw grip I can't speak for other styles cause I don't know their comfort level. Software was easy set up with many options.I hope it was slightly lighter though. It is however lighter than g502 both have good sensors I think they're the same. I feel like this mouse is made for medium to large hands. Which brings to me my other complaint. The g502, g900, g903 feels kinda long for me. My grip style forced my clicking fingers to be in the higher part of the button. The reason why I don't like my fingers to be that high on the button is because I feel like there's more resistance when you press the button at that location. If you guys know any that would be perfect for me lmk otherwise this is my to go to mouse for now. I mean it is over $100! I'm forced to stick with it atleast for a year. I still think it's expensive! No mouse should cost over a hundred unless it gives you a manicure. I bought it cause Im having a hard time looking for the perfect mouse and thought this would be it cause like what they say "you get what you paid for" not always true by the way. So I took out 1 star for price, weight, and length.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Depends on what you're using it for

    Posted
    notAGamer
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    I was hoping this would be my one mouse to rule them all. I bought this mouse for maybe 50% off, and I believe I could have spent the same amount of money to buy 3 separate but specialized mice. This mouse might be among the best at what it is, but it's not the best at everything (obviously). It might still be the right mouse for you at the right price. There are plenty of professional reviews focusing on what this mouse is good at. So far I've not used the mouse for gaming, though I have gamed with other mice. My problems: 1. The mouse is heavier then the cheap stuff I was using before, so in some ways it feels more restrictive. This isn't that big of an issue since users can easily toggle between 3 sensitivity settings on the mouse. A higher sensitivity settings the mouse will feel lighter (move the mouse a little to move the cursor a lot). Regardless, the mouse is heavy, even without the added weights (optional). I'm in the habit of picking up and repositioning the mouse on my mousepad, so the weight is noticeable. 2. The mouse doesn't seem to have an easy way to store the USB receiver on it, making it less portable. It does come with a small case that can be used for these purposes, however. 3. I briefly tried using it as a Bluetooth mouse and had some issues. Haven't tried again, but worth mentioning. 4. I had to proactively seek out and download the relevant LG software.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    G900 with some upgrades

    Posted
    Jakob
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    so I previously owned the G900 which is a great mouse the first wireless mouse I could trust to play first person shooters with the g903 is just as good with updated build quality in some areas scroll wheel right click and left click you can add 10 grams of weight to the new g903 these don't sound like very big changes but the real big improvement is the option to buy the new powerplay charging system that wireless charges your mouse as you play making almost infinite battery life pending the battery can stand charging all the time I will review that when its released pros 3366 sensor all Logitech mice use this sensor it is the current best available ambidextrous with option to add or remove buttons on either side of the mouse can be used in wireless mode or wired wireless mode is as accurate as a wired mouse will soon be able to wireless charge has a 32 hour battery life with lights disabled 25 hours with lights on has infinite scroll wheel and tilt scroll moving the scroll wheel to the left or right can be mapped as a button cons slightly heavier then some other options 107g has some glossy areas that are easy to scratch mouse wheel is hard to press in might be a issue in a task where you need to hold the mouse-wheel and move the mouse

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A mouse without the electric comms tail!

    Posted
    SamWise
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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Yet another product I read a lot of reviews about. Then I watched the cleverly crafted video on the mouse, and all the design and engineering put into it. The problems games have had for years with the cables getting in the way, and the wireless mice dying right at the most inappropriate time - like when you are just about to rip the head... er, uh, just when you are trying to finish that homework assignment for AP Physics, right?!? Yeah, sure, that's the answer... Anyway, the mouse promises up to 12000 dpi, but the software limits you to 6000 dpi - for now. Most people could not take advantage of that kind of speed. Let's just say - even Barry Allen would be slowing this one down if they gave him full speed on the treadmill with it. Would I recommend this mouse? The 603 and 703 are quite a bit less expensive, but they do not have all the extra features of this mouse. Desinged for both left and right handed gamers, and faster than reality. Worth a test drive, right?!?

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great mouse but a bit on the expensive side

    Posted
    HawaiiSunshine
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    It's a 100+ dollar mouse, so you'd expect some awesome features, while it does deliver feature wise, and through the app there is a ton of customize-ability. My favorite is the scroll wheel, I love being able to go full free spinning to notched scrolling. The back and forward buttons are in the perfect place, and the extra optional weight in the rear makes it even more customizable to each user. The battery is a bit on the short side, I dimm'ed the RGB to save some battery, I don't own the charging mouse pad... It's my favorite mouse so far, but if I had to critique, I would say it needs a bluetooth in addition to dongle and qi charging which the Corsair Dark Core SE has, though I think Logitech makes better mice in general.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A bells and whistles mouse

    Posted
    HenryAllenVenture
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    I recently upgraded to this mouse from the the Logitech G502 that I had been using for the last two years and so far I am crazy about the G903. It has all the features I’m looking for in a wireless mouse: great handshape, plenty of buttons to macro, lighting so it looks fantastic. The design is good the mouse looks sleek alongside my setup and feels sturdy. Like the G502 (which I would say to checkout if this mouse feels too pricey) you can adjust weight to preference. The wireless charge lasts long enough that I never really think about it (somewhere in the range of 16-18 hours on one charge) and then I charge when I’m done playing or working. The wireless feels incredibly responsive, whether it be in an FPS or just clicking around. I haven’t experienced it feeling off or stuttering once. I would highly recommend!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Logitech does it again!

    Posted
    silva3d
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    Ive used a Logitech G9X for the past 6 years (yes it lasted that long!) but this mouse is a great upgrade. Very precise, capable of having 4 programable side buttons (2 on each side, you chose if you just want 2 on left or 2 on right, or all 4) and wireless! This mouse can be used in both a wired, or wireless configuration. I have used it in both, and to be completely honest, I don't notice difference in performance. The RGB is a nice touch. If I had to pick something that I didn't like, it would probably be that there is only 1 weight option. As previously stated, using the G9X I was spoiled to be able and weigh down my mouse with a variation of weights. I prefer it a little heavier than what is currently provided for this mouse. Not a deal breaker by any means.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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