UNBOXED: Reviewing the Logitech G903
Even though the recently released Logitech G903 gaming mouse at first glance may seem like a simple refresh of the company's 2016 G900 model, the G903 stands out as one of the most convenient and powerful gaming peripherals on the market. This is, in part, due to the company’s new wireless charging system that promises the simplicity of a wireless mouse without the need of having to charge it every few days.
While the mouse doesn’t deviate much from the design of its predecessor, opting for a sleek futuristic curved style, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing – the G900 was one of the products that won Logitech an iF Design Award earlier this year, and the design can certainly hold its own compared to that of competing products such as the Razer Lancehead.
In terms of ergonomics, the G903 fit into my hand perfectly, but is also incredibly lightweight at less than a quarter of a pound (110 grams), so much so in fact that it comes with an optional 10g weight that can be easily snapped into a panel on the bottom of the mouse. I used it for a first few days, primarily since I wasn't used to the lightness, but then removed it to find that the lightness really added to my usage comfort.