The year 2020 has been a lot about sitting at home and chilling and the people benefiting most  of this situation are the gamers. What’s better than sitting at home with your high-end gaming gear and playing your favourite game? Well, no gaming setup is complete without a mouse, every gamer wants a mouse with good sensitivity, perfect grip and comfortable shape for an effortless gaming spree. Logitech has been known for delivering high functioning gaming gear and we will look at it’s 2 top notch gaming mice in this article. Hopefully this comparison will help you pick the right gaming mouse that suits best both your budget and your needs.

Logitech G403

The Logitech G403 is available in 2 options: a wireless model and a wired one. In today’s market, you’ll find many mouse with weird shapes which might look futuristic but are extremely painful to use for longer time. Not going by the trend, Logitech’s G403 is rather a very simplistic mouse with conventional shape and optimal buttons.

Looking closely, the Logitech G403 has a nice and sturdy scroll-wheel and 6 buttons, 2 of which are left and right click buttons, 2 thumb buttons, one button for adjusting DPI sensitivity and one for adjusting the scroll-wheel. Overall the number of buttons are just right. You can set the DPI through this software from 200 to 1200, link your individual profiles to games, control the lights, and manage the colors. For some users, DPI can be a bit low but it is enough for many users out there.

A more advanced version of this mouse called Logitech G403 Prodigy is also available, this model features a better sensor and a battery percentage indicator. The Logitech G403 wireless mouse has a few upgrades too including higher DPI than the wired one and better sensor.

Logitech G703

The Logitech G703 is the most top-notch mouse in the brand’s line-up. The Logitech g703 is a fully wireless ergonomic mouse. Just like Logitech G403, this mouse too has a minimalistic design and more similar physical features as the Logitech G403 but the main difference lies in what’s inside.

The Logitech G703 is a prominent gaming mouse equipped with Logitech’s HERO sensor which is the best sensor Logitech has developed so far along with this, the G703 also offers a very high DPI range from 100 to a whooping 16000 DPI.

Another prominent feature of this Logitech G703 is that is comes with Logitech’s Lightspeed technology. You might have heard that wired mouse have good sensitivity than wireless ones or wired devices are more dependable. But, due to the Lightspeed technology, this G703 wireless gaming mouse is faster than the others and the results differ by only milliseconds.

Just like the Logitech G403 has a nice and sturdy scroll-wheel and 6 buttons, 2 of which are left and right click buttons, 2 thumb buttons, one button for adjusting DPI sensitivity and one for adjusting the scroll-wheel. Overall the number of buttons are just right. You can set the DPI through this software from 200 to 1200, link your individual profiles to games, control the lights, and manage the colors. For some users, DPI can be a bit low but it is enough for many users out there.

The best feature and major attraction in the Logitech G703 is the powerplay feature. Let me explain a little bit, imagine you’re using a wireless mouse and while you’re in the middle of an intense match and trying to clutch the game, your mouse’s battery runs out. Heartbreaking, isn’t it? Well, to deal with this problem, Logitech has made a feature called the Powerplay, where the mouse although being wireless, keeps on charging throughout it’s usage, this is made possible because of the mouse pad which is plugged into a power source and is equipped with a mechanism for wireless charging, hence the Logitech G703 could be charged while using it, although the charging speed won’t be the same like charging via the USB but you will be free of the hassles of the cables.

The Logitech G703 weighs slightly heavier than the G403, while the G403 weighed 90 grams, the G703 weighs 96 grams.

Final Comparison

The Logitech G403 and the Logitech G703 both are exclusive gaming mice built for hardcore gamers, but different people have different choices and needs and one needs a through comparison to decide which suits them the most, while the Logitech G703 has the most high-end features, it’s price is much higher than the Logitech G403 and the powerplay feature might be considered an overkill for the non-professional gaming enthusiasts. Meanwhile the Logitech G703 being heavier could also pose a serious problem to those customers who prefer lightweight mice. The Logitech G403 might be considered a better option but these have some cons too, the button placement of both Logitech G403 and Logitech G703 are not for left-handed users, hence these users might want to look for other options available in the market. The Logitech G403 uses penultimate sensors and they can cause a bit of delay in registering the response, although the wireless model of Logitech G403 uses the same sensors as the Logitech G703, so it may be a better choice. . Also, the Logitech G403 both wired and wireless have been tested to deliver 20 million clicks while the Logitech G703 has been tested to deliver a whooping 50 million clicks, so you can be sure that no matter which mouse you choose, it is going to be with you for a long time. Another major concern about the Logitech mice is that there are too less buttons to customize and it reduces the usability of the mouse as many users want to access the commands just with a click of from their hands. Nonetheless,  Nonetheless, both the mice have set-up a benchmark in the gaming hardware industry and are even used by top gaming professionals throughout the globe and their efficiency can’t be neglected.

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