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Logitech G603 Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO optical sensor (12.000 DPI) £34.19 at Amazon
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Logitech G603 Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO optical sensor (12.000 DPI) £34.19 at Amazon

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Good quality mouse, with great grip and many positive reviews priced low.

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It’s a very slick mouse, precise and comfortable, the battery lasts ages, and it switches instantly between USB (wireless) and Bluetooth so works great over two devices. And if you loved your old MX518 but hated the old grip going tackey get this, no more tackey grip but it’s still grippy.
Edited by: "kierenpatel" 2nd Dec 2019
Is it right wireless mice must be used with certain types of mats??
I'm hesitant because apparently there's an issue with the scroll wheel.
MicksteryMan02/12/2019 07:02

Is it right wireless mice must be used with certain types of mats??


No, just some can or can't work on surfaces like glass
ChattyDaf_02/12/2019 07:02

I'm hesitant because apparently there's an issue with the scroll wheel.


If you do have a problem, Logitech warranty is amazing, won't even ask for the mouse back, they'll just send you a new one.
...and shop guy said lag can be issue....best ways to minimise are?
Feels like a mouse hunt lately seeing more mice posted than in my mouse trap game.
MicksteryMan02/12/2019 07:47

...and shop guy said lag can be issue....best ways to minimise are?


With these mice.... Have the receiver close to the mouse and don't have your wireless router right beside them both.... Having said that mine is but it rarely misses a beat anyway but it does sometimes but like once in a blue moon. The latest Logitech wireless mice are pretty damn close to wired, you won't notice any latency what so ever, I love my 703 however I do flip flop between it and my fk2.
Just picked this up and the G613 keyboard. I'll miss MX blues on my keyboard but my desk will be cable free!
MicksteryMan02/12/2019 07:02

Is it right wireless mice must be used with certain types of mats??


That would be down to the sensor, not their being wireless or not. This sensor works on everything including glass.
MicksteryMan02/12/2019 07:47

...and shop guy said lag can be issue....best ways to minimise are?


Logitech's wireless is as good as wired now. If you use Bluetooth instead there can be noticeable latency by comparison which shorter ranges can minimise but not eliminate.
scattman8402/12/2019 08:42

With these mice.... Have the receiver close to the mouse and don't have …With these mice.... Have the receiver close to the mouse and don't have your wireless router right beside them both.... Having said that mine is but it rarely misses a beat anyway but it does sometimes but like once in a blue moon. The latest Logitech wireless mice are pretty damn close to wired, you won't notice any latency what so ever, I love my 703 however I do flip flop between it and my fk2.


Actually browsing around for my son as wants KBM for Xbox One, would be v close to console....same still apply??
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 10:41

Logitech's wireless is as good as wired now. If you use Bluetooth instead …Logitech's wireless is as good as wired now. If you use Bluetooth instead there can be noticeable latency by comparison which shorter ranges can minimise but not eliminate.


Actually browsing around for my son as wants KBM for Xbox One, would be v close to console....same still apply??
MicksteryMan02/12/2019 11:30

Actually browsing around for my son as wants KBM for Xbox One, would be v …Actually browsing around for my son as wants KBM for Xbox One, would be v close to console....same still apply??


There's inherent latency with bluetooth. From what I can see a lot of USB wireless receivers work with the Xbox One just fine.

This mouse is one of those and so is the G305 which has a built in battery rather than AAs so can be less hassle.
Using supplied dongle latency is not an issue, you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between that and wired. Bluetooth as a standard has some latency, but even then unless something is causing interference or you at the edge of its range its small enough that most people wont notice it.
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