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Old 22 January 2021, 09:34   #1
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New Logitech Mouse

SO I purchased a new Logitech Mouse, the G903 Lightspeed model.

I think it's pretty darn good and I really like the battery charge life, still above 70 % after a week.

Anybody else use a Logitech mouse ?
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Yes, i too !

But my one is an old one, tied to the PC by a USB cable

It's the second computer with this mouse .... time to change it probably !
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Yes, i too !

But my one is an old one, tied to the PC by a USB cable

It's the second computer with this mouse .... time to change it probably !
It was not cheap, $100 (USD) on Amazon
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SO I purchased a new Logitech Mouse, the G903 Lightspeed model.

I think it's pretty darn good and I really like the battery charge life, still above 70 % after a week.

Anybody else use a Logitech mouse ?
I use only Logitech mice. MX Master for work and few mice at home from working and kids computers to gaming.

My current gaming mouse is Logitech G602 Lag-Free Wireless Gaming Mouse. I really love it and takes some time to get used to from much heavier MX Master that I use at work.

I also love their K750 solar keyboard, but I find it challenging to use it for gaming, as I mostly game in dark room.
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I use a second hand Cordless Wave Combo MK550 from Logitech on my Mamebox, it's a nice ensemble. The mouse is the Wireless Mouse M310. Be careful if you get a mouse marketed "for gaming". Let's consider the (wired) Pro-laser Macro Gaming Mouse aka the M6980X from Gigabyte. I got it in 2014 and didn't realize it was made for small hands. It is not obvious at first glance, but the cavity for the thumb is too sunken. It's a pity because it's an adequate midrange device, that aside (6 000 dpi, 3 different scrolling speed with a LED backlight for each etc.).


Generally speaking, no matter the mouse, I am more at ease with a trackball.
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Old 22 January 2021, 17:29   #6
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Got the Wireless Pro Logitech model a year back and loving it, with the Logitech Powerplay Wireless Charging System it's a self contained ecosystem I can forget and use completely wireless

I was so dissapointed when I went wireless first with some Corsair model and it started to double-click and/or miss my left clicks after a while
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