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Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse, Hero 16K Sensor £75.99 @ Curry’s/ PC World
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Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse, Hero 16K Sensor £75.99 @ Curry’s/ PC World

£75.99£129.9942%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse, Hero 16K Sensor, 16000 DPI, RGB, Lightweight, Programmable Buttons, 140-Hour Battery Life, Rechargeable, Ambidextrous, PC/Mac, Black

EDIT: Just like the G502 this is now down to £75.99 at Currys PC World using voucher code: DEAL20LOGI thanks again to @CyberGeneticist for pointing this out on the G502 deal page!
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How the heck does this get voted cold when the G502 wireless gets heat
Yeah it’s weird, I’ve been torn between these two models, noticed they were both cheaper than usual so posted both. Seems most people strongly prefer the G502?
iKingyx18/12/2019 07:11

Yeah it’s weird, I’ve been torn between these two models, noticed they wer …Yeah it’s weird, I’ve been torn between these two models, noticed they were both cheaper than usual so posted both. Seems most people strongly prefer the G502?



As far as i can tell, it just looks like Logitech have literally changed the housing, re-positioned a few buttons and reduced the battery size with the G502 compared to the G903 (16K version).

- G903 Left and Right handed mouse
- G903 11 Programmable Buttons (Removable Side Buttons + blanking covers for removed buttons either side)
- G903 Upto 140hrs Battery (LEDS on) / 180Hrs (LEDS off)
- G903 HERO 16K sensor
- G903 Supports Power Play Charging
- G903 DPI Switching buttons on the top
- G903 No Dedicated Sniper Button (Never needed one, always clicked the DPI switch button)
- G903 Standard Micro USB port (Can use standard cable), included Play and Charge cable has support for the MicroUSB connector.


- G502 Right handed only
- G502 11 Programmable Buttons
- G502 Upto 60hrs Battery
- G502 HERO 16K sensor
- G502 Supports Power Play Charging
- G502 DPI button is on the left click button
- G502 Awkward positioned dedicated sniper button to drop the DPI temporarily.
- G502 Standard Micro USB Play and Charge port and cable.

Personally I like the shape of the G502, but both that and the G903 both have some buttons positioned in really silly places though. The nice thing about the G903 though is that you can literally remove one, or both the side buttons (either side) and insert the included blank plates which come included in a little Logitech gaming dedicated case.



With regards to the G502, my old mouse i came from was shaped like the G502, when I went from that shape to the G903 it didn't feel right at all initially, but after setting up my G903 and using it for hours on end I wouldn't be without it now.

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I get the feeling they've reduced the battery capacity on the G502 to encourage people to want to go out and buy that expensive power play mouse pad which is mega bucks. It didn't seem like many peoples who bought these power play compatible mice were hardly ever buying those mouse pads.

60hrs battery (G502) vs 140-180hrs (G903): If you're a bit of an extreme all night'er, all weekend, unemployed gamer, I reckon
that G502 "Wireless" mouse will be spending allot of time with a WIRE plugged up on it, versus the G903.
Edited by: "ukez" 18th Dec 2019
£75 looks good.
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