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

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 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.

It has a great build quality, and its onboard memory allows you to access your custom profile on any computer, even if G HUB isn't installed. Only reviews that feature the label "Verified Review" have been checked to ensure that the author actually used or purchased the product. The Logitech G403 and its wireless companion are both under review today, as is the accompanying G Pro mouse. With rubber grips on the left and right sides to give you added control, the G403 Prodigy was made to mold to your hand for long-lasting comfort during gameplay.That said, there is a noticeable difference between Logitech's hyper scrollwheels and those used on the G403 and G Pro, but the target market is different.

The PRO has a smaller ambidextrous shape despite its right-handed button layout, while the G403 is bulkier, with an ergonomic shape designed for right-handed use only. For more options, check out our recommendations for the best FPS mouse, the best gaming mouse, and the best wired mice. This update adds a new Sensor Latency test and makes minor changes to several of our existing tests, resulting in test result changes in several sections.The G403 wireless uses the same architecture as the G900 Chaos Spectrum mouse that we praised on grounds of its wireless functionality and low input latency. The Razer DeathAdder V2 and the Logitech G403 HERO are very similar mice, with the Razer being marginally better. If the <100g weight isn't preferable and you need a heftier device, the G502 -- also a Logitech mouse -- would be where we'd point you. It doesn't have a default button for profile switching, but you can always map it to one of the buttons through G HUB. We've found that the mouse seems to sit most naturally in the lower half of the palm, with the index and middle fingers landing squarely in the center of LMB and RMB.

Comparatively, the HyperX has three additional side buttons and a scroll wheel with L/R tilt buttons. Again, GN's Mike didn't like this one quite as much -- he found it too small, forcing the fingers forward and over the front of the keyplates. Also, unlike the BenQ, the Logitech's logo and scroll wheel have RGB zones, and it comes with outstanding software to customize the buttons and sensor settings. In a year where every mouse is riding the wave of "Ultra-lightweight, holes in every corner", shape will always be king to me, and this mouse has the perfect shape for my hand.Corsair's M65 uses a weight system that would also offer the heftier look, but does feel a little cramped. If you'd like to share your experience using Logitech G HUB with this mouse, feel free to leave a comment in the discussions. The Logitech G403 HERO and the Ninjutso Origin One X are similar gaming mice, but the Logitech performs better overall. And the router utilises both WPA/WPA2 wireless encryption and the latest WPA3 security to keep your wireless network secure and your traffic safe, allowing you to securely share your 4G LTE or 3G connections without worrying about unauthorised users accessing your network. The only issue with the build is that it's possible to activate one of the side buttons when squeezing hard on the sides.



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