Logitech G203 lightspeed as a gift for Gamers

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Logitech g203 lightspeed
Logitech g203 lightspeed

Logitech G203 lightspeed – RGB lighting is one basic necessity Logitech made sure to include on its G203

Logitech G203 lightspeed is a modest gaming mouse for just only $40 Canadian

The design of the mouse itself can be described as modest there’s too outstanding here

which is something appreciate here at tech barn starting off with the bottom it has four pads and the sensor on the right side

we find two programmable button on the left side there is nothing on the top this is

where it gets abit more interesting you have your usual left and right click middle mouse button dpi tootle

and our favorite aspect the single sleek RGB swoop the only downside i can see to this design is in my opinion the non braided cable

which if you know us we really like braided cables we’re been using this mouse for quite a while now primarily using

it too lightly game and video edit our experiences with the mouse have been quite pleasant how the oversimplification

  • G203 has six programmable buttons, an adjustable 200-8,000 DPI, and 1,000Hz (1ms) polling rate

Logitech G203 lightspeed Features

  • Resolution—200 to 8,000 DPI
  • USB report rate—1,000Hz (1ms)
  • Buttons— 6 programmable
  • Lighting—Lightsync RGB
  • Dimensions—4.59 (H) x 2.45 (W) x 1.5 (D) inches
  • Weight—2.1 ounces (85 grams)
  • Cable length—6.89 feet (2.1 meters)
  • Colors—Black (910-005790) and white (910-005791)
  • Price—$39.99

But this mouse is not very different from the G203 Prodigy with similar specifications with different colors

as the only difference is  the G203 Lightsync has more RGB lighting zones and the cable and feet are now white

to match the product, and the area around of plastic around the scroll wheel is now gray instead of black in the white model 

Personal Review

There’s some difference in weight as well as aesthetics, with the G203 obviously having the RGB lighting

which is missing on the G305 to preserve battery life.

The G305 also has the HERO 12K sensor (higher efficiency than other opticals out there),

Although the Mercury in the G203 is also a top optical and as such there shouldn’t be much of a difference between the two in performance.

The G305 has slightly different mouse feet, which could be a factor if you’re ordering aftermarket skates.

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