Logitech G203 Lightsync 8000 DPI Optical Gaming Mouse - Black
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- Designed for right-handed users
- 6 programmable buttons can be customized to suit your gaming style
- Gaming grade sensor with 8,000 DPI ensures fast and precise cursor movement for improved control
- 5 DPI settings let you adjust the sensitivity level, so you can switch between sniping and navigating with ease
- Lightsync RGB colours with 16.8 million hues and wave effects enhance your gaming experience
- Logitech G HUB software can be utilised to program the buttons, adjust lighting, and modify settings
- Wired mouse with 2m cord offers freedom of movement
- Mechanical primary buttons with durable metal springs enable precise feedback
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Of the 970 reviewers who responded, 937 would recommend this product.
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- Low-cost accessory with high-tech appeal- April 29, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Low-cost accessory with high-tech appeal There is no shortage of high-tech gaming peripherals on the market, and they range from inexpensive to not, and from gimmicky to necessity of function. This Logitech G203 mouse sits in the pocket for me, low on the cost factor, and high on necessity. It offers accurate controls, a tremendous amount of customization flexibility, yet simple basic plug-and-play functions, and looks darn cool with a gradually swirling LED ring around the exterior edges. PROS ——— +highly accurate +200 - 8,000 DPI gaming-grade sensor +six-programmable buttons +customizable lighting adjustments +perfect “clicky” buttons offering satisfying feedback +G-HUB utilization with other Logitech accessories +price CONS ——— -light weight plastic feels cheaply made, I prefer more heft -thin cord -wiredYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Classic Look and Feel backed by Modern Software- April 27, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The G203 LIGHTSYNC is a budget friendly mouse with a classic look and feel, backed up by modern G HUB software. It is dubbed a gaming mouse, but it doesn’t scream gaming whatsoever. Yet it is able to hold its own on the gaming front and still be a great daily driver for those that split their time with work and play. And it is priced right as you get a lot of value here. A few main hardware points...the mouse houses an 8000 DPI sensor, has mouse buttons that provide that “click” feedback (they call it Mental Spring Button Tensioning) and a light bar that supports the LIGHTSYNC ecosystem. The mouse has a total of 6 buttons. Aside from the hardware, the biggest drive to this mouse is its software. It seems to be the norm for most peripherals as you can do many things to customize your experience with it. The Great: I thoroughly enjoy the mouse click feedback. That is probably my most favorite aspect of the mouse. The mouse tracks fine, all the way up to 8000 DPI, but I never go past 3000 for my gaming/work use. The light bar, used in conjunction with LIGHTSYNC , is pretty sweet. I like how I can make the RGB sync up to what’s showing on my screen. They are very bright lights. Truth be told, this only really makes a visual impact when you’re looking at your PC setup from a distance. If you’re actually using the mouse, you won’t notice anything. The Okay: It does have classic ergonomics, and it may be a deal breaker for those that are used to their modern ergo mouse. I felt that the mouse somewhat lacked contours for hand support, as I’m used to having a mouse fit in the palm of my hand. I also thought it would have been a plus to add another DPI button so that I don’t have to cycle through my settings just to get to my sensitivity of choice. I also felt that the G HUB lagged in reporting when I switched from DPI to DPI.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- One of the best gaming mouse for the price- January 23, 2021
I bought this items a couple months ago and it still works in perfect condition. The RGB is very nice and you can change the brightness and RGB with the software. The side buttons feel very nice and overall I would give this product a 10/10 especially for the price.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A gamer must have....- April 25, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am a huge fan of Logitech computer accessories. It seems I have more than my share of Logitech device at home, from keyboards and mice to webcams and game controllers. You name it, I own it, or have used it. With a legendary name like Logitech, that has been around for eons they have made plentiful products that impact every day computing user’s lives. So when the opportunity came up to complete my ‘gaming’ devices, I sprung for this new G203 Lightsync mouse to compliment my G15 Lightsync keyboard. The mouse, like all Logitech products, is a quality well-made product. It is well weighted, comfortable, and effective in being a gaming mouse. I love the new ethos of Logitech, with its Lightsync feature. Now both my keyboard and mouse work by the same Logitech G-Hub software, controlling the light combination is a snap. The super bright lights on this mouse that identify the “G” is a pleasant reminder that there is something more to this than just the colorful lights. The LED’s within the mouse feature a full 16.8 million colors that can be set to several ‘moods’. Personally I love the “ocean wave”. The new version of this G203 has a 200-8000 DPI scanning cursor tracking scanner. This is an improvement from the previous model which was limited to 6000 DPI. A DPI is a number of “Dots Per Inch”, an industry-standard term for the sample resolution. More dots, more detail, and in theory for gaming, finer control of the mouse. The exterior of the mouse does not seem to have changed from the previous model and features the same 6 button layout that people are familiar with. Out of the box, the mouse does have a few neat tricks up its sleeve. The two buttons on the side allow you to quickly move between pages (forward or back a page) while web browsing. The center button behind the wheel allows you to quickly change the DPI resolution, and hence the response speed of the mouse (its a 4 step change by default). The G-Hub software allows you to change a lot of the default settings on the mouse (much like the keyboard). Among the more interesting options is the assignment of buttons for individual games. One can reassign the buttons to whatever keyboard function you want to duplicate on the mouse. For example, you are going to be copying and pasting a lot of data, one can map the G4 and G5 (back and front page) side buttons to copy and paste. I mapped my “reload” and “buy” buttons for CS:GO to speed up gaming. This adjustment of the buttons to meet the tasks is a neat feature of the G-Hub software. The G-Hub software also has special pre-built macro’s ready to deploy if you use Discord, Overwolf, or OBS as part of your gaming/streaming/twitch world. This makes things like mute/deafen, capture video/screenshot, streaming/replay, quite a snap. I don’t particularly use Discord a whole lot these days, but there is a large group of people who do. Gaming experience: I played quite a few hours of Counter-Strike Global Offensive before writing this review. Did the mouse improve my game sniping skills? Well, I’d like to say it did, or maybe it’s the excess gaming that I have been doing while “social distancing” at home, but generally, the transfer to this mouse from my old mouse did improve on my kills. Could it be that there was a slight imperceivable lag on my old wireless (Logitech) mouse that the wired version sped up, but my gaming definitely was fun and much improved. The mouse also worked well with Dota2, but that game is not as intense as CS:GO, but features lots of clicking. The clicking action is very good, rapid, and responsive. I would recommend a mousepad to be used with this mouse, even a cheap basic one does SO much better than not using one. The feel of the mouse on a pad is incredible vs. going without one. Overall, the mouse is a good addition to my collection of Logitech devices. If you are a gamer, and you are gaming a lot, it is well worth it. I also found this mouse good for graphics editing, as you can assign special keys to the mouse, and also the increased DPI helps to edit images with increased accuracy - I actually found that useful when editing some pictures in Lightroom.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect cool mouse- February 19, 2021
Awesome mouse for the price. Great colors. Bought for my son for at home school. He uses an old (2012) mac all-in-one. Just plugged it in and started using, very easy.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.