Logitech G703 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse W/Hero 25K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Lightsync RGB, Lightweight 95G+10G Optional, 100-25, 600…

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $99.99.Current price is: $70.40.

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  • Selling Wireless Gaming Gear Brand – Based on independent aggregated sales data (FEB ‘19 – FEB’20) of Wireless Gaming Keyboard, Mice, and PC Headset in units from: US, CA, CN, JP, KR, TW, TH, ID, DE, FR, RU, UK, SE, TR
  • Power play wireless charging: never worry about your battery life again. Add the power play wireless charging system to keep G703 and other compatible g mice charged while at rest and at play. Power play wireless charging system sold separately
  • Hero 25K sensor through a software update from G HUB, this upgrade is free to all players: our most advanced, with 1:1 tracking, 400-plus IPS, and 100-25, 600 max DPI sensitivity — Plus zero smoothing, filtering, or acceleration, and 10x power efficiency of previous Gen
  • Light speed wireless: Pro-level responsiveness and connectivity for long lasting, high performance game play – with a weight of 95 g and battery life for up to 35 hours of continuous play with default light Sync RGB lighting.
  • Supreme comfort and quality: Brings together comfort, durability, and performance with comfortable design, rubber side grips, 10 g optional weight, and 6 programmable buttons for a customizable gaming experience.
  • Advanced button technology: Metal-spring button Tensioning keeps primary left and right buttons poised to trigger with less force, for exceptional button feel, response, and consistency every time
  • Light sync RGB: Full-spectrum lighting responds to in-game action, Audio, and screen color; Customize lighting effects from 16.8M colors with G hub gaming software, and sync across g gear
  • Note: In case of wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse

‎Logitech G


‎Logitech® G703 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Microsoft Windows

Item Weight

‎3.8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎43 x 68 x 124 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎43 x 68 x 124 inches



Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)



Country of Origin


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎June 11, 2019

13 reviews for Logitech G703 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse W/Hero 25K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Lightsync RGB, Lightweight 95G+10G Optional, 100-25, 600…

  1. Jake

    I have tried like 6 other mice trying to find one i like better with more buttons but this thing is just so much more comfortable it’s never worth the trade off. I don’t know why they don’t offer a model with more buttons for mmo’s. Would buy it in a heartbeat. Unmatched form factor, but wish it had more buttons!!

  2. Wahburger

    only used for 4 days and it started double clicking. theres a certain spot on the left mouse button where it does it almost every click….. worse mouse I’ve bought in years, my g203 last 5 years!

    EDIT: 3 months in on my second replacement, the right button decides when it wants to register or not… i play FPS games and when holding it down to aim it sometimes likes to flicker on and off aiming. which sucks…. i only use logitech stuff so it’s only using 1 kind of software. and i love all their products… but all their mice switches break after a few weeks or months…

  3. Amazon Customer

    The mouse works like advertised with low latency response. Though still noticeably slower than a wired mouse, still easily useable in all gaming situations. Feel and build quality is great too.


    The Logitech G HUB software that controls the inputs of the mouse has enough problems that make it nearly un-useable.

    Almost daily something goes wrong with the software that will force me to stop what I am using and fix the piece of trash. These include:

    1. Randomly crashing and resetting my DPI(sensitivity) settings.
    2. Randomly freezing leaving a blank splash screen stuck on my screen and only restart PC fix.
    3. Randomly deleting all my profiles, again buttons, DPI all was gone (happened 3x in the past week)
    4. Macros set up with the mouse will sometimes endlessly loop for no reason forcing me to end task the software.
    5. Software decides to completely become non-responsive and forces a re-install. (again goodbye settings)

    Almost every day I have owned this mouse some kind of software problem has come up and forced me to waste time fixing it.

  4. YongHwan Lee

    Currently G703 is really good deal.
    The sensor is really great for gaming.

    May cause wrist pain as you need to tilt your hand grip.
    Also the wrist pain can be caused by its high hip.

    As long as you familiar with this type of shell, this is really great deal.

  5. Joshua Wilson


  6. Jason – Shoo

    Originally when I got this product, I was upset because the product description sounded like it should have included a 10g weight and the mouse felt light. I had taken all the items out of the packaging and did not see the weight. Then I looked online and saw several answers that made it sound like you had to purchase the weight separately and it was not included. A couple of the answers were marked as from Logitech so I presumed it was correct and wrote a scathing review.

    But I happened to think, “no. I’ve purchased many a Logitech product and this did not seem right.” I checked the packaging again and tucked into the place where the wireless dongle had been was the weight. It must have been hidden under it and was well wedged into place.

    So if you’re like me and you want that extra weight in your mouse, re-examine your packaging. This weight does indeed come with the mouse and tucks nicely under the compartment under the mouse that’s secured by a cover using a couple of magnets.

    Only time will tell if this product holds up but so far I’ve enjoyed it. I do wish it had the button/feature for free mouse wheel scroll but it’s holding up under limited use nicely.

  7. David Jordan

    Great Mouse. Not too much, not too little, just what I needed to make many games that required a gamepad playable with my mouse and keyboard. Once you start using a programable mouse with a few extra buttons … you can never go back. Could not live without one now.

  8. Lin

    Coming from the Logitech G305, the G703’s size suits my palm/claw hybrid grip so much more. Clicks feel and sound responsive and deliberate, without sounding too loud. Scroll wheel is a little mushy, but overall still feels decent.

    Battery life has been great and charging with the included cable is no hassle. No negatives with the wireless sensor, no discernible delay.

    Best mouse I’ve owned out of the previous:

    Microsoft Intellimouse 3.0
    Logitech MX510
    Logitech MX518
    Razer DeathAdder
    Logitech G305

  9. Patrice Henri

    I bought this mouse to replace my 10 yo Logitech WOW MMO gaming mouse. I watched all kind of reviews on YouTube and decided to buy this one because it was very similar to the G Pro, had a similar shape and size, the latest Logitech sensor technology, was wireless and cost 82$ less then the G Pro. Seemed like a good quality/price ratio.

    I started using the mouse and it was great initially. Nice feeling in hand, precise, sleek, buttons and scroll wheel perfect, looks good, lighter, nice RGB, huge improvement over my 10 yo mouse.

    Then I started playing POE, and that’s where I realized the middle button under the scroll wheel I am using extensively in gaming is so hard to press I just can’t press it. I’d say the force required to press it is at least 10x more then regular button. Impossible for your finger to adapt to this difference when switching buttons. Also you need to be perfectly in line for it to work. If your finger is slightly angled to the right or left of the wheel it won’t press. Also the wheel is big and extrudes more outside the mouse then on other mice, which forces you to move your finger farther back, reducing even more the lever making your finger weaker.

    After one night of playing I missed clicked 95% of my middle button click, the 5% I managed to click where lagging a lot, and I had huge cramps to the finger. Actually with my lose handle gripe on the mouse, when I press the button my hand raises up instead of the button pressing. So I need to really pre-grab the mouse way tighter before pressing the button and really hitting it hard. Really bad.

    So if you are just using this mouse in windows and don’t use the middle button it’s a great mouse. But as a gaming mouse where you need all the buttons this mouse is horrible.

    I replaced it with the Razer Viper Ultimate which is an awesome mouse. Even though the middle button is slightly harder to press then on my 10 yo mouse, it’s not significant and after a night of playing I did not feel it. GG RAZER!

  10. jesscav

    After 11 months scroll wheel started behaving incorrectly. It’s a common hardware issue with this mouse. Everything else about the mouse is perfect – Logitech, step ya game up. Fix the hardware issues, it’s 2022 not 2019 anymore this mouse has been out for two years.

    Update: Called Logitech, they are aware of this issue. They replaced it for free even though I was outside of the warranty – they must be aware of the hardware issue.

  11. Adrian

    feels good in your hand, the only thing i did not like is the skates wore out pretty fast where the back one was sratching on the mousepad. Probably does not happen often but it happened to me so i have to get new skates for it.

  12. Chimera

    I used to avoid wireless stuff like the plague but these days it’s advanced a lot and there’s nothing to lose with ditching the cable, at least with logitech. The battery on the lightspeed version lasts a LONG time! So long it makes the wireless charging mat look stupid and useless because you can easily charge this to full in a few hours and it will last at least a weak with heavy usage. Not only is that convenient but it means that the charging port will last much longer because i don’t have to plug it in as much. I like the shape and simplicity as well. Overall very nice mouse and i enjoy using it.

  13. mailorder

    I am just happy with it. If you are willing to spend extra, you won’t be disappointed IMO. It is rechargeable so battery life isn’t really a big issue.

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