Logitech G903 Lightspeed review: best wireless gaming mouse?

Logitech G903 Lightspeed review

Today we are going to show you our particular analysis of the Logitech G903 Lightspeed, the top-range gaming mouse of the veteran brand Logitech that promises to provide the best performance in all areas with a range of over 30 hours, and with the possibility to acquire separately the POWERPLAY system of the brand by which we can charge the mouse battery with the mousepad, forgetting about cables forever.

The Logitech G903 Lightspeed is a mouse equipped with the best of the industry in terms of optical sensors, it mounts a PixArt sensor PMW3366 that operates between 200 and 12,000 DPI sensitivity, allowing you to configure it in 50 steps in 50 DPI. But does that make it a top-of-the-range mouse? No, the G903 Lightspeed is full of features and particularities that will delight any user (although especially for gamers, of course).

The Logitech G903 Lightspeed incorporates an intelligent battery management system, reaching the end of -if we turn off the lighting- provide up to 36 hours of autonomy (up to 25 hours with everything turned on). In addition, this is done without losing a bit of performance, since even in wireless mode maintains a sampling frequency of almost 1000 Hz, which means that its delay is just 1 ms, just like any gaming mouse with cable.

On the other hand, the Logitech G903 Lightspeed is one of the most customizable mice on the market and not only for the features that will be provided by its software, but also because we can physically modify both the weight of the device and the arrangement of its buttons. turn it into a right-handed mouse, for left-handed or ambidextrous depending on our needs.

Of course, we must bear in mind that although it is a top-of-the-range product has a price in stores in Spain of about 145 euros, and that without counting the POWERPLAY mouse pad sold separately for an additional 100 euros. All in all, this is a mouse and mouse system that provides us with a wireless charging system such as Razer’s HyperFlux, which costs more or less the same.