The wrong gaming mouse can really through you off balance. It’s not just the speed and lag time that concern us. It’s about having the right controls under the right fingertips just when you need them. Logitech considers every aspect of the gaming environment including the mouses.
Today, we will be looking at the Logitech G900 vs G903. We will compare their functions, technology, and value for money. We will include all of the specifics in a side by side chart for a quick comparison and follow up with some pros and cons of each.
Let’s start by discussing what the Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903 have in common.
Here is a comparison chart with all of the features of the Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903.
You will be able to connect the Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903 wirelessly and thanks to the LightSpeed wireless technology you get the ultimate high-performance experience. You can also connect via the USB cable.
The Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903 are equipped with Logitech’s most accurate optical sensor. You won’t experience any smoothing, filtering or acceleration at any DPI, just consistent responsiveness at any speed, you can even the surface tuning for higher accuracy. The report rate for both gaming mouses is 1 millisecond.
The Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903 both have 11 buttons that you can fully customize based on your preferences. They also have a mechanical pivot button design with a metal spring tensioning system. Each click is fast, crisp, and accurate.
With 16.8 million colors, you can customize two different lighting zones on the Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903. Download the Logitech Gaming software to choose the colors that with match your gaming atmosphere and/or your other Logitech equipment.
The Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903 both have the ability to store up to 5 gaming profiles.
Let’s shift our attention to how the Logitech G900 and the Logitech G903 are different.
They both have a very futuristic design and they have been designed for left and right-handed players. There is just a slight difference in their size.
This gaming mouse is 5.12 x 2.64 x 1.57 inches and it weighs 3.84 ounces.
Here, the dimensions are 5.13 x 2.62 x 1.59 inches. The difference in weight is hardly noticeable at 3.88 ounces.
The Winner Is- A Tie
The higher the resolution of a gaming mouse, the faster the cursor is able to move.
The maximum resolution is 12,000 dpi. There are 5 dpi settings between 200 and 12,000 that enable fast, on the fly switching.
The maximum resolution and dpi range is the same as the Logitech G900. We aren’t sure how many different settings there are.
The Winner Is- The Logitech G900
The Logitech G Software will tell you exactly how much battery life you have left, you can also connect both with the charging cable and continue playing. The battery life will be reduced if you are using RGB lighting.
The Exclusive Logitech G Clock Tuning Technology will allow you to game for 32 hours on one charge. This technology minimizes degradation associated with temperature, humidity, and aging.
It is hard to imagine begin able to game for 180 hours! The Logitech G903 is compatible with Powerplay, the world’s first wireless gaming mouse charging system. Continue playing with the pad under the mouse and you will never run out of battery.
The Winner Is- The Logitech G903
Pros and Cons
Just before our final verdict, let’s look at some pros and cons.