Logitech G203 Prodigy Gaming Mouse - Optical 6,000 DPI, 16.8M Colour LED Customizing Wired Gaming Mouse was £34.99 now £21.99 @ Amazon
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Logitech G203 Prodigy Gaming Mouse - Optical 6,000 DPI, 16.8M Colour LED Customizing Wired Gaming Mouse was £34.99 now £21.99 @ Amazon

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Found 27th Sep 2017Edited by:"itsvimal"
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Logitech G203 Prodigy Gaming Mouse - Optical 6,000 DPI, 16.8M Colour LED Customizing Wired Gaming Mouse

was £34.99 now £21.99

@ Amazon


  • Gaming-grade performance - G203 Prodigy Gaming Mouse is up to 8x faster than standard mice and advanced button tensioning keeps the left and right mouse buttons primed to click
  • Classic design - G203 design is inspired by the lines and simple, lightweight construction of the legendary Logitech G100s gaming mouse, beloved by professional gamers worldwide
  • Trusted quality - with over 30 years of researching and testing products in state-of-the-art labs, Logitech leads innovative advances in gaming performance to bring you the gaming experience
  • Cutting-Edge Sensor Technology - G203 has an all-new 6000 DPI optical sensor with incredible accuracy, tracking speed and consistency; start aiming your mouse cursor by feel, not just by sight
  • Personalised RGB lighting can be customised from a palette of 16.8 million colors; save your preferences to the onboard memory on the gaming mouse and use the settings on any PC you take it; Responsiveness - USB data format: 16 bits/axis, USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms), Microprocessor: 32-bit ARM

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bargain. i got my g102 (g203 is a rebrand of the g102 for Western nations) from malaysia for only £2 less. can't believe anyone is cold voting this. might get another one at this price.

the best value competitive FPS mouse for people with small-medium hands.
Edited by: "plath" 27th Sep 2017
I saw this last night during the deal changeover and I'm very tempted.

I need a mouse in the interim for gaming while I build a system.

I'm also looking at the Corsair Harpoon which is on sale for circa £27~ but I have a £10 voucher I won from work. So which one would be the better one to go for? This or the Corsair. Reviews are good for both but it's been a while since I bought a gaming mouse. Thanks.
SamuraiHQ13 m ago

I saw this last night during the deal changeover and I'm very tempted.I …I saw this last night during the deal changeover and I'm very tempted.I need a mouse in the interim for gaming while I build a system.I'm also looking at the Corsair Harpoon which is on sale for circa £27~ but I have a £10 voucher I won from work. So which one would be the better one to go for? This or the Corsair. Reviews are good for both but it's been a while since I bought a gaming mouse. Thanks.


If you have other Corsair RGB products, you can use their software to sync lighting effects across all devices. If you don't or if you're not interested in that, then get whichever is cheapest. Both are nice mice and you won't be disappointed with either.
TheCrackInTime8 m ago

If you have other Corsair RGB products, you can use their software to sync …If you have other Corsair RGB products, you can use their software to sync lighting effects across all devices. If you don't or if you're not interested in that, then get whichever is cheapest. Both are nice mice and you won't be disappointed with either.


I do have a Corsair Void headset so this would stand to reason. However I've been reading a few reviews online and it seems the Corsair is hit and miss when it comes to people's satisfaction. I may end up getting this one as reviews seem pretty solid.
How does this compare to the Logitech 300S that was on offer earlier this week?
This or Corsair harpoon gaming RGB gaming mouse.
Logitech Mouses are seriously something else, they owning the game right now.
solarfreak3 h, 56 m ago

How does this compare to the Logitech 300S that was on offer earlier this …How does this compare to the Logitech 300S that was on offer earlier this week?


the mercury sensor in this one is better than the one in the g300s.

but the biggest difference is the shape. which is also the most important factor. if the g300s shape is better for your hand then it would be the better choice.
Bought! Was thinking of trying a cable mouse again after using my G700s for years... Let's see about the new sensor, weight and size diffs!
Paid £35 for this a week ago and it's a brilliant mouse. The precision is amazing once you download the 'Logitech gaming software' from their website and set the DPI quite low (I have it set to 800 and 1100), check enhance pointer in the DPI settings then go to Control Panel/mouse/mouse properties/pointer options and set mouse to full speed.

At £22 this is a steal and it's very comfortable to use unless you have big hands as it's quite a small mouse.
Edited by: "Franky1971" 27th Sep 2017
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