Tuesday, April 21st 2020

Logitech Announces G203 LightSync Gaming Mouse

Logitech G, a brand of Logitech and leading innovator of gaming technologies and gear, today introduced the Logitech G203 LIGHTSYNC Gaming Mouse, which provides gaming-grade performance, versatility and a classic design at a great value. "With the explosion of play around the world and across all ages, we wanted to develop a mouse that gave all gamers access to some of our most innovative technology," said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech G. "The Logitech G 203 Gaming Mouse brings high performance technology, RGB lighting and great comfort in a tried and true design. This mouse is sure to help you outperform the competition."

The Logitech G203 LIGHTSYNC Gaming Mouse features a classic and time-tested 6-button design, which can be used directly out-of-the-box or fully configured to simplify and customize in-game actions. The new gaming mouse includes a high-precision sensor with adjustable DPI up to 8,000 DPI, delivering the utmost accuracy, tracking speed and consistency.
Logitech G203
The G203 LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting includes a palette of up to 16.8 million colors and different brightness levels, which provides the capability of displaying a "rainbow" color wave lighting effect.

The gaming mouse communicates at up to 1,000 reports per second - eight times faster than standard mice - so that when the mouse is moved or clicked, on-screen response is near-instantaneous. Metal spring button tensioning further refines the experience by keeping the left and right mouse buttons primed to click, delivering exceptional click feel, response and consistency.

To help gamers get the most from their gear, the G203 LIGHTSYNC can be programmed using Logitech's G HUB software. Featuring a clean and modern interface, the advanced gaming software allows gamers to quickly personalize and customize commands for each button on their mouse.

Pricing and Availability
The Logitech G203 LIGHTSYNC Gaming Mouse is expected to be available at global retailers in May 2020 in black and white versions for a suggested retail price of $39.99.
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9 Comments on Logitech Announces G203 LightSync Gaming Mouse

#2
Vayra86
Might check this out

BTW, Logitech G HUB software is absolute, utter, complete JUNK
I uninstalled it, and with that you are automatically stuck with the usual rainbow color gradient, so you can safely forget about the lightsync part of things.

When I did have it installed, and I even did troubleshoot it for a few hours... I had lighting modes set, and upon the next start up the app won't even get past the load screen. This doesn't change either and its known bug with known workaround but no patch... go figure.

@btarunr do we have a Logitech rep here on TPU? I want to vent :D
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#3
InVasMani
Logitech still not offering replaceable chord connections and thin brittle wiring on their mice that isn't durable is pathetic. It's like they don't mind the environmental consequences of the throw away nature of it when a simple USB to micro USB power chord connection that could be easily replacement would easily address the problem and result in a longer lasting mouse to the consumer. It's obvious Logitech doesn't favor that they want a license to print money to the fools that keep buying their products regardless of cheaply and poorly made they are from the poor wiring to the mouse button double click issues to poorly secured lens over their optical/laser sensors causing irratic mouse movement. I'll experience all three of those things over the years with their mice oddly enough. The cheap $30 mouse I bought has outlasted and been more durable than any Logitech mouse I've ever owned at this point oddly enough comically despite costing less than any of them kind of telling really.
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#4
todorussinho
What? But this mouse already exists. G203 Prodigy with Lightsync and the same spec sensor. Costs 25€.
OK,it's not available in white version but I don't get this release.
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#5
krimetal
I bought G203 3 years ago for like 25 euros. Its not a new model, maybe the white version.
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#6
todorussinho
krimetal
I bought G203 3 years ago for like 25 euros. Its not a new model, maybe the white version.
I cant find any differences besides the white version.
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#7
bonehead123
Anutha day, anutha rodent ..:laugh:...:D..:fear:

major snoozerfest.....

And ps.... I use and really like Logi's wireless G-stuff (MXMaster3 & G613), therefore I'm not at all impressed with this junky p.o.s....
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#8
Khonjel
And here I was mildly excited lightsync meant wireless. Just don’t bother anyway. G203 og has horrible reputation of double clicking. If you’re lucky it'll happen under warranty.
InVasMani
Logitech still not offering replaceable chord connections and thin brittle wiring on their mice that isn't durable is pathetic. It's like they don't mind the environmental consequences of the throw away nature of it when a simple USB to micro USB power chord connection that could be easily replacement would easily address the problem and result in a longer lasting mouse to the consumer. It's obvious Logitech doesn't favor that they want a license to print money to the fools that keep buying their products regardless of cheaply and poorly made they are from the poor wiring to the mouse button double click issues to poorly secured lens over their optical/laser sensors causing irratic mouse movement. I'll experience all three of those things over the years with their mice oddly enough. The cheap $30 mouse I bought has outlasted and been more durable than any Logitech mouse I've ever owned at this point oddly enough comically despite costing less than any of them kind of telling really.
If you’re handy enough every mouse has replaceable cable. You open up the mouse and disconnect the cable from the PCB and connect after-market ones like paracord mod cables.
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Berfs1
Vayra86
Might check this out

BTW, Logitech G HUB software is absolute, utter, complete JUNK
I uninstalled it, and with that you are automatically stuck with the usual rainbow color gradient, so you can safely forget about the lightsync part of things.

When I did have it installed, and I even did troubleshoot it for a few hours... I had lighting modes set, and upon the next start up the app won't even get past the load screen. This doesn't change either and its known bug with known workaround but no patch... go figure.

@btarunr do we have a Logitech rep here on TPU? I want to vent :D
G Hub is trash, use Gaming Software instead, which is way more reliable, and get ready for this, LETS YOU CUSTOMIZE YOUR OWN DPI NUMBERS! I KNOW RIGHT?! ITS LIKE OLD IS GOLD!!! Ok seriously tho G Hub = trash hub which is way worse than p*rnhub

Utmost accuracy... lmfao my G403 has 12K DPI cap and that already is gonna be smoother than 8K...
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