Logitech is one of the largest manufacturers on the peripheral market – and has always convinced with qualitative and well-designed products. Today we are testing another gaming mouse for you – the Logitech G703. This is a direct upgrade to the G403, which I used daily for ages.
The G703 wants to convince with some upgrades – the wireless functionality is clearly in the foreground – but beyond that, smaller adjustments have been made: new surface material, the HERO sensor (like the G403 Refresh), improved switches for the primary buttons, PowerPlay compatibility.
PowerPlay? Never heard of it? Never mind, we have tested that for you as well. This is Logitech’s mouse pad that charges the wireless mouse while in use. Unlike other solutions that have a QI charging pad integrated on the side of the mouse pad, here the mouse is fully charged across the entire mouse pad. Sounds like the perfect harmony – a wireless mouse that is permanently charged. But can the duo also convince in everyday use? We tested it for you.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||124 x 68 x 43 mm|
|Weight||95 g (10 g optional weight included)|
|Number of keys||6|
|Sensor||Logitech HERO 25K|
|Resolution||100 – 25600 DPI|
|Max. Acceleration||> 40 G|
|Max. Gewschindigkeit||> 400 IPS|
|Polling rate||1000 Hz|
|Battery runtime||Up to 35 h, up to 60 h without illumination|
|Other Features||PowerPlay compatible, LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting, rubberized grips, mechanical switches|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||321 x 344 x 43 mm|
|Height of the control module||10 mm|
|Thickness of the loading surface||2 mm|
|Thickness of the fabric mouse pad||2 mm|
|Thickness of the plastic mouse pad||2 mm|
|Cable length (power/charging cable)||1.83 m|
|Connection||USB-A (PC) – Micro USB (mouse)|
|Surface||Fabric or hard plastic, changeable|
|Special features||Integrated receiver for mouse, shape for right-handed users only|