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Logitech G403 HERO gaming mouse with HERO 25K DPI sensor, LIGHTSYNC RGB, light weight of 87g and optional 10g weight, PC/Mac - black

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The DeathAdder, for instance, has a keyplate that can flex under load because the keyplate is acting as the deformable element. To this end, when we talk about the G403, we are really talking about both mice; the only exception is when discussing shape/feel and the "human factors" of the mouse. However, the G703 can be used wirelessly with its USB receiver, while the G403 is a wired-only mouse. Previous fan favorites from Logitech, like the MX518 and G5, used contouring and texturing that almost seemed magnetic to dead skin and other nastiness accumulated over a period of long-term use.

On the other hand, the Mad Catz is marginally lighter and has several modular pieces, including side panels with a thumb and pinky rest. On the other hand, the Logitech has a more neutral look and is a bit more versatile, as it also performs well as an office mouse. You'd be able to get away with using the G403 wireless from the floor of a LAN event, and would be able to do so with a battery life of approximately 20 to 24 hours run-to-die. The original non-HERO version is a wired mouse and has a CPI range of 200 - 12000, though we haven't tested it. In his experience -- and I am inclined to agree -- Mike believes that the thumb buttons (M4/M5) on the G403 should be pushed forward a little bit on the body, as the back-most thumb button is a little difficult to reach at times.

While I love the wheel's scroll, actually using it as a button is a little annoying due to how much force you need to use press it. Although all of its buttons are programmable, but it doesn't have nearly as many side buttons as a dedicated MMO gaming mouse.

Otherwise, assume any technical sensor, accuracy, or button functionality is equal on both the G403 and G Pro. With rubber grips on the left and right sides to give you added control, the G403 was made to mold to your hand for long-lasting comfort during gameplay.We talked about these moves heavily in our G900 review, and will leave most of the technical discussion (radiation patterns, wireless strength and reliability, etc. Advanced users can use G HUB to configure the 6 programmable buttons to simplify in-game actions and quickly execute complex tasks. I have a sneaking suspicion the mouse feet on the 403 might wear down quicker if you happen to be a little too aggressive with it or don't use it on a pad.

The Logitech G403 HERO and the Logitech G Pro Wireless are very similar in performance since they use the same sensor; however, there are some differences between them in terms of feature and shape. Credit subject to status, UK residents only, British Telecommunications Public Limited Company acts as a broker and offers finance from PayPal Credit. The scroll wheel and the logo on the back have RGB lighting, which you can customize through software.It's a wired version of the Logitech G403 Prodigy Wireless, fitted with a HERO sensor that delivers exceptional performance. We've already seen in the G900 -- which uses a similar coating -- that grime and dirt collection on these new mice is at an all-time low. The Logitech G403 HERO is an excellent FPS gaming mouse, while the HyperX Pulsefire Raid is a good, versatile gaming mouse. Also, it has a wider CPI range, a more precisely adjustable CPI, a lower lift-off distance, and lower latency. GN's Mike Gaglione, co-host in the video review of these mice, used both devices heavily for competitive Battlefield and FPS gaming.

Pay in 3 is a form of credit, may not be suitable for everyone and use may affect your credit score. It's comfortable, easy to claw or fingertip grip for medium and small hand sizes, and lands fingers precisely where they should be on the mouse. Only reviews that feature the label "Verified Review" have been checked to ensure that the author actually used or purchased the product.The SteelSeries has more programmable inputs, as it's an ambidextrous mouse with thumb buttons on both sides. Lastly, it has superb software support through Logitech's G HUB, allowing you to customize it exactly the way you like. Also, the software is compatible with Windows and macOS, while the Mad Catz only has software compatible with Windows. The G403 and G Pro both use a mechanical rotary encoder to process their scroll input, resolving the LED/optical conflict and allowing for backlights within the wheel. The company has fine-tuned its tooling to allow for manufacturing of ultra-thin plastic shells, making for a lighter weight mouse chassis that can seemingly still withstand the usual wear-and-tear imposed on a mouse.

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