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It's a modest update, but Logitech's G203 Lightsync is a good budget-conscious choice for fans of small-shell mice.
Improved lighting options, Solid sensor specs for the price, Very affordable
Basically identical to the G203 Prodigy, Small for a palm-style grip
The Logitech G203 Lightsync is much like the G203 Prodigy: dependable, responsive, and light. The fact that the degree to which you can configure the onboard LEDs is the only distinguishing mark between the two means whichever you find cheapest comes out on top.
As cheap and cheerful gaming mice go, Logitech’s G203 Lightsync mouse ticks a lot of boxes. With its understated design, six programmable buttons and subtle flash of RGB lighting, it’s got everything you want from a budget-friendly gaming mouse without breaking the bank.
Logitech’s G203 Lightsync is the updated version of the already-popular G203 Prodigy. The Lightsync version now has some stunning RGB added. It’s a simple right-handed mouse that has two programmable macro buttons, so the design is minimalist and clean.
Logitech G203 LIGHTSYNC; A Decent $40 Gaming Mouse You've pick all the components for a budget system build, but did you consider the peripherals for your...
At S$59 , the Logitech G203 LightSync is an affordable budget mouse. However, it's lagging behind many of the top mice today in terms of features, and it is comparably heavier. And when there are mice like the Razer Viper Mini for just S$10 more, I'm not sure it makes much sense to get the LightSync...
Affordable price, Versatile, comfortable shape, Solid build quality and satisfying primary buttons
Heavier than the competition, No flexible paracord-style cable, No significant upgrades coming from the G203 Prodigy
The G203 Lightsync is available from Logitech’s own website for the sum of £34.99/$39.99/€39.99, although is also available from other outlets at a somewhat cheaper rate, sometimes as low as £18.99 in the case of the Currys PC World eBay outlet.
Jaw-droppingly affordable price, Decent performance for casual gamers, Comfortable design, Flashy RGB lighting is crisp
8000 DPI too low for more advanced players, 2 RGB zones may be limiting for some, Design might be too narrow for large hands
The Logitech G203 Prodigy is a good, affordable gaming mouse, with enough precision to handle mainstream games alongside decent buttons. It’s even got RGB LEDs. However, pricier rodents will have crisper, faster buttons, a larger, more ergonomic design and extra features.
Very affordable, Solid sensor and core button quality, Well-designed software
Some buttons are too soft and spongy, Underwhelming design, Quite small
it fits my small hands perfectly. I realized I use somewhat of a finger grip with parts of my palm touching. I initially bought a m720 Triathlon mouse, but it was way too big for my hands and kind of heavy. After an hour or two of use, the m720 gave me wrist soreness and my fingertips were numb.
I got this alongside the G733 headset. Not only do the design colors and RGB match, but they sync up seamlessly. Nice plus. I haven’t used it long enough to really find any Con’s, but here are some of the Pro’s that have stood out thus far: Braided cable, no kinks, no twists. LONG cable.
Pros: easy to use, easy to customize lights/colors/functions/buttons/DPI, nice button clicks, Hub for controlling it, can create custom profilesCons: slender mouseThe G203 Logitech LIGHTSYNC Gaming Mouse is really nice! When I first opened the box, I wasn't really sure what to expect.
I got this mouse 5 weeks ago the thing is so good I like using it for my pc so you should get it
My ape fingers love the feel of this mouse. The color changing lights make me happy. I'm already buckled in for my next purchase :)
Simple, affordable with smooth controls and clicks
This is a very good mouse so far. I just purchased it yesterday and there is hardly any latency at all between the mouse and my gaming system (ps4). The mouse is capable of different settings for the games that I play and has performed well at this point.
I was looking to replace my 5 year old mouse. I play games online quite a bit and wanted a “gaming mouse” but the majority of those are much too big for my smaller hands. This one is a perfect size, I love all the colors offered, and the rbg is very pretty and not overly distracting.
This is probably the first ever mouse that isn't a trackball that I like. The movement is smooth, and the over all design is comfortable. The RGB Accent is an added bonus. I guess I know why I don't like standard optical mouses now. The sensor isn't as good as the one this mouse has.