Logitech G603 Wireless Gaming Mouse – Review

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The G603 is classed as the budget entry in Logitech’s wireless gaming line-up.

The box is a nice grey colour, with the G603 name highlighted across the edge.

The reverse goes into the specs and features of the Hero sensor, and the wireless capabilities.

Immediately from the front you can see that Logitech have taken a controlled design choice with the G603 with a nice grippy surface all over in subtle grey colour with black accents on the sides. (similar to the MX518 of old)

Underneath you can see the pairing button, with both connectivity options for Bluetooth and Lightspeed on the same switch.

To the left of the sensor is the HI, LO, and OFF switch.

Along both the top and bottom of the mouse are two long mouse feet to help the G603 glide.

You remove the top of the mouse which is secured by magnets to get access to fit the batteries.

It will work with either one or two batteries. So, you can partially customise the weight at the expense of life.

The switches in use are exposed when removing the top shell and they are quality components made by OMRON.

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