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Product Specifications
By: Logitech
88 Products
Tracking
1:1
Max. DPI
25600
Max. Buttons
11
Battery Life
140 Hrs
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Image Credits: Slickdeals
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Image Credits: Slickdeals
Image Credits: Slickdeals
Image Credits: Slickdeals

Logitech G903 lightspeed wireless gaming mouse with hero sensor has ambidextrous design

One of the coolest features of the Logitech G903 lightspeed wireless gaming mouse with hero sensor is that it’s ambidextrous. In fact, with up to 11 buttons, this computer mouse works for both left-handers and right-handers. Designed with a dual-mode super-quick tilt wheel as well as removable side buttons, this mouse gives you anywhere from seven to 11 programmable buttons. Additionally, the HERO 25K sensor provides 1:1 tracking and a 25,600 maximum DPI. Not only that, but the sensor also delivers 10 times the power efficiency of the one that came before it. Boasting a one-millisecond report rate, the Logitech G903 is great for newbies and professional eSports players alike. Finally, it has a battery life of 140 hours when you use LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting, and it lasts 180 hours with no lighting. That means it’s ready to go for the long haul—and it’s easy to recharge wirelessly with the POWERPLAY system.

Logitech G903 lightspeed wireless gaming mouse with hero sensor has ambidextrous design
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Discovered on Sep 20, 2020, 3:00 am EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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The one-millisecond report rate is seriously impressive.