• Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
  • Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
  • Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
  • Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI
Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI

Logitech G403 Prodigy RGB Gaming Mouse - 16.8 Million Color Backlighting, 6 Programmable Buttons, Onboard Memory, Up to 12,000 DPI

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  • Logitech G403 mouse for advanced gaming grade accuracy and performance
  • Ergonomic, lightweight design with rubber side grips and a removable 10 gram weight for supremely comfortable grip and control
  • Logitech's most advanced optical sensor delivers unbeatable fps mouse accuracy and more
  • Customize lighting from a palette of 16.8 million colors to match your style and gaming gear
  • Six programmable buttons and onboard memory make it easy to setup and store custom commands for your favorite games

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Scroll wheel still has problems but better than before through latest firmware update. Scroll wheel stopped functioning properly after less than two weeks of usage. Now when I scroll up/down, it seems to move in the opposite direction half the time, making the scroll wheel unusable. Apparently this is a very common problem with this model which is found easily in forums and reviews.It is a shame because the mouse would have been perfect without this severe crippling issue.- Update 12/2/17:Latest firmware update (Nov. 14, 2017) fixed the scroll wheel issue, for the most part. The scroll wheel still has problems where about 1 out of 20 scroll wheel input registers as the wrong direction. Still, it is much better than before so bumping it up to 3 stars.- Update 11/10/18Scroll wheel is malfunctioning again even after the firmware update from March 2018. Requested RMA to Logitech and they sent me a new G403, which also has an occasional scroll wheel issue (nowhere near as bad as the original one I purchased). Still annoyed by the fact that the RMA unit is not working in proper. 3Great for big hands I used Zowie for years but they stopped making the white plastic versions and I can't get a decent grip on their new coatings. So after trying four or five other mice which didn't fit my hand I finally landed on the G403.Has pretty much everything you want in an fps mouse. Good design for big hands (won't pinch your fingers when they hang over the end). I wish it were a bit longer but its fine once you get used to it. Also the left and right click are REALLY sensitive. I had to retrain myself to not rest so much weight on them because I kept accidentally shooting.Not much else to say. If you play csgo or something similar and have big hands give this one a try. Most other mice are really uncomfortable for people with fingers that hang off the end because of weird shapes or no guard around the RMB or just small shells with bad grips. 5Expensive but worth it; even for casual gamers I can't believe I spent $50 on a mouse but I am glad I did. I did quite a bit of research before biting the bullet on this. I should note that I am a VERY casual gamer so this mouse is probably overkill for my needs. That being said, it's exactly what I needed. I spent so much time fiddling with cheap $5-10 mice, and mice that were too small for my hand, that I finally decided to pull the trigger on something known for performance and maneuverability. There is a whole community of people out there dedicated to finding the best gaming mice, even going so far as importing mice only sold in Korea. If that is you, then my review will not be helpful at all. If you are a gamer looking for a quality mouse, you really don't need to look any further than this. Especially if you play FPS. If you do some research you will see this mouse pop up on most of the Top X Mice for Gaming posts on Google. 5Very good After my last Deathadder broke, I ended up trying several different mice. Out of the G502, Rival 300, MIONIX NAOS 7000, and now this mouse... the G403 was the clear winner. No horrible textured rubber grip that wears out quickly and over time becomes increasingly uncomfortable to hold. No weird shape or obnoxious extra buttons that just get in the way. It's simple, it's clean, it works. My only major complaint would be the lack of an unlockable scroll wheel, which is a feature I've really learned to appreciate after using the G502. Although this mouse is great, I think the Deathadder's shape was overall better. The primary reason I gave this mouse a try, instead of just buying another Deathadder, is because the G403 has an entirely smoothed plastic shell. I've learned to absolutely abhor textured rubber grips. 5Scroll wheel issues are just too much to deal with The mouse is fine I guess as far as the wireless tech, but after going through one return because of a scroll wheel that was broken and had their g403 scrolling glitch, and then the next one the scroll wheel is physically fine but when you scroll it down or up it sometimes goes the other way while scrolling (e.g. you scroll up but it scrolls down on your computer). Now they say they firmware updated that issue, but everything is up to date as far as my software, installed their firmware fix, and still nothing works. Hate to be that guy, but I can't see myself buying a logitech mouse again. 1Infuriating Scroll Wheel Issue This mouse has an infuriating issue with its scroll wheel. It will randomly scroll in the opposite direction and seems to be getting worse. Logitech recommends a driver update which has done nothing. Its clearly hardware based. After reading forums online, it appears people send theirs away for warranty claims, only to have another sent with the same poor design. The movement is smooth though, and the LED color is very customization. However, setting to the color white is really light blue. The height of the mouse in the back area makes it a little tough to get a good grip compared to other mice unless you have big hands. I would avoid. 2It's the perfect shape and size for my hand I'm a big fan of this mouse. It's the perfect shape and size for my hand, and the design is very minimalistic which I like. The magnetic weight is also a nice addition.Some notes on the Logitech G403 software:This mouse does NOT need software to work. You can plug it in to a any computer you want and it will work fine.That being said, if you want to change settings (like reprogramming keys, changing LED preferences, etc) you WILL need the software, which only runs on Windows and Mac. This mouse will work find on Linux or any other operating system, but if you want to change the settings, you'll have to do so from MacOS or Windows. The settings are saved on the mouse's built in memory which is awesome. 5Excellent hardware, just DON'T install the cripple-ware Gaming Software! UPDATE 2I'm keeping it at 1 star. After installing the cripple-ware (no matter what version) I realize that it's designed to revert to using the on-board memory/settings from the firmware update (like if you uninstall their software which wants to control the computer via Accessibility Settings for some reason that's not made clear in any way) unless the hardware can interface with the software. I can only imagine a class action lawsuit would make Logitech revert this parasite software/firmware update design/practice.UPDATEI raised the review back to 5 stars (it was 3 for reasons outlined originally). Although I tried this before I suppose Logitech updated their 'G HUB' software. Both their 'G HUB' and 'Gaming Software' work with this mouse but after installing their 'G HUB' software I got my 'Mouse 4' and 'Mouse 5' buttons back for use!tl;dr - DO NOT install Logitech's 'Gaming Software,' use 'G HUB.'ORIGINAL REVIEWThis is the best gaming mouse I've used, definitely the shape is great for my apparently large hands, the fairly solid keys, the response... but the button to swap DPI settings defaulted to 3 steps. I go ahead and download/install Logitech's software, apply a firmware update.Now, what macOS recognized as 'mouse4' and 'mouse5,' the side input buttons, have LOST their 'mouse4' and 'mouse5' status and are defaulted to Command-[ and Command-] by default, 'BACK' and 'FORWARD' web browsing keys and they can't even be reassigned their default inputs!I DIDN'T GET THIS MOUSE FOR WEB BROWSING OR TO BE FORCED TO USE IT AS A WEB BROWSING MOUSE! One game, RAGE, now won't even allow me to assign those side buttons to ANYTHING!The G403 was a great experience UNTIL I INSTALLED THEIR SOFTWARE.After searches in how to attempt a factory reset I see this affects Windows users too! 1My First Gaming Mouse Hello to anyone who reads this but as someone who came in late to the "PC Master Race" party I was stuck on one thing. Which mouse to get. I'm a biggish guy,(just tall)but with that reason alone my hands dont fit a lot of things, gloves, some pens/pencils, since they are too hard to hold. My hand is also wider than most but turns out, this mouse is perfect for bigger handed people. This is so comfortable in my hand I barely even feel anything since it's so light too. The sensor is great as well, rarely-well never- have I thought hmm I missed a shot I think I should have gotten if it wasn't for the mouse. I use fingertip grip so I recommend it for fingertip grip users with bigger than average hands. It's been months now with this mouse and I have no bad things yo say about it. The software you need to download to use it is great and all but the only thing I wish it had was more customization for the colors. You can make it color change but it's not a slow enough color change even at the slowest setting for me personally. It still changes rather fast. Regardless, I believe this is a great mouse and even if you're on the fence about this mouse I do believe this will be perfect for you IF your hands are again, big/wide and you use fingertip grip. 5A great mouse that won't break the bank After realizing that my 2 year old $11 Redragon mouse wasn't cutting it anymore, (It couldn't track fast flicks that I had gotten used to doing in fps games) I splurged and got this. This mouse is great. It's super responsive, ergonomic, and its got all the rgb you will ever need. The pixart 3366 sensor is godly compared to the cheap Redragon's sensor. Unlike other reviews, I haven't had any problems with this mouse's scroll wheel yet, but who knows? I've only used it for about a week. The 10g weight they included is also a nice feature. The software also works pretty well and is more than adequate in doing what I needed customized. The only one flaw I see with this mouse is the pad surrounding the sensor might get clogged up with dust and grime if you don't clean your mouse pad that often.EDIT: 7/21/18: Having this mouse for almost 2 months, I got to say, this thing is still amazing. No issues with the mouse scroll like people have said in the lower star reviews, and because i keep my mouse pad nice and clean there is no dust or grime accumulated on the sensor. My only very very small gripe is that the side mouse buttons are really smooth and tend to accumulate grime after a week or two, but its nothing some alcohol and a wipe can't help. 5
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Scroll wheel still has problems but better than before through latest firmware update. Scroll wheel stopped functioning properly after less than two weeks of usage. Now when I scroll up/down, it seems to move in the opposite direction half the time, making the scroll wheel unusable. Apparently this is a very common problem with this model which is found easily in forums and reviews.It is a shame because the mouse would have been perfect without this severe crippling issue.- Update 12/2/17:Latest firmware update (Nov. 14, 2017) fixed the scroll wheel issue, for the most part. The scroll wheel still has problems where about 1 out of 20 scroll wheel input registers as the wrong direction. Still, it is much better than before so bumping it up to 3 stars.- Update 11/10/18Scroll wheel is malfunctioning again even after the firmware update from March 2018. Requested RMA to Logitech and they sent me a new G403, which also has an occasional scroll wheel issue (nowhere near as bad as the original one I purchased). Still annoyed by the fact that the RMA unit is not working in proper. 3Great for big hands I used Zowie for years but they stopped making the white plastic versions and I can't get a decent grip on their new coatings. So after trying four or five other mice which didn't fit my hand I finally landed on the G403.Has pretty much everything you want in an fps mouse. Good design for big hands (won't pinch your fingers when they hang over the end). I wish it were a bit longer but its fine once you get used to it. Also the left and right click are REALLY sensitive. I had to retrain myself to not rest so much weight on them because I kept accidentally shooting.Not much else to say. If you play csgo or something similar and have big hands give this one a try. Most other mice are really uncomfortable for people with fingers that hang off the end because of weird shapes or no guard around the RMB or just small shells with bad grips. 5Expensive but worth it; even for casual gamers I can't believe I spent $50 on a mouse but I am glad I did. I did quite a bit of research before biting the bullet on this. I should note that I am a VERY casual gamer so this mouse is probably overkill for my needs. That being said, it's exactly what I needed. I spent so much time fiddling with cheap $5-10 mice, and mice that were too small for my hand, that I finally decided to pull the trigger on something known for performance and maneuverability. There is a whole community of people out there dedicated to finding the best gaming mice, even going so far as importing mice only sold in Korea. If that is you, then my review will not be helpful at all. If you are a gamer looking for a quality mouse, you really don't need to look any further than this. Especially if you play FPS. If you do some research you will see this mouse pop up on most of the Top X Mice for Gaming posts on Google. 5Very good After my last Deathadder broke, I ended up trying several different mice. Out of the G502, Rival 300, MIONIX NAOS 7000, and now this mouse... the G403 was the clear winner. No horrible textured rubber grip that wears out quickly and over time becomes increasingly uncomfortable to hold. No weird shape or obnoxious extra buttons that just get in the way. It's simple, it's clean, it works. My only major complaint would be the lack of an unlockable scroll wheel, which is a feature I've really learned to appreciate after using the G502. Although this mouse is great, I think the Deathadder's shape was overall better. The primary reason I gave this mouse a try, instead of just buying another Deathadder, is because the G403 has an entirely smoothed plastic shell. I've learned to absolutely abhor textured rubber grips. 5Scroll wheel issues are just too much to deal with The mouse is fine I guess as far as the wireless tech, but after going through one return because of a scroll wheel that was broken and had their g403 scrolling glitch, and then the next one the scroll wheel is physically fine but when you scroll it down or up it sometimes goes the other way while scrolling (e.g. you scroll up but it scrolls down on your computer). Now they say they firmware updated that issue, but everything is up to date as far as my software, installed their firmware fix, and still nothing works. Hate to be that guy, but I can't see myself buying a logitech mouse again. 1Infuriating Scroll Wheel Issue This mouse has an infuriating issue with its scroll wheel. It will randomly scroll in the opposite direction and seems to be getting worse. Logitech recommends a driver update which has done nothing. Its clearly hardware based. After reading forums online, it appears people send theirs away for warranty claims, only to have another sent with the same poor design. The movement is smooth though, and the LED color is very customization. However, setting to the color white is really light blue. The height of the mouse in the back area makes it a little tough to get a good grip compared to other mice unless you have big hands. I would avoid. 2It's the perfect shape and size for my hand I'm a big fan of this mouse. It's the perfect shape and size for my hand, and the design is very minimalistic which I like. The magnetic weight is also a nice addition.Some notes on the Logitech G403 software:This mouse does NOT need software to work. You can plug it in to a any computer you want and it will work fine.That being said, if you want to change settings (like reprogramming keys, changing LED preferences, etc) you WILL need the software, which only runs on Windows and Mac. This mouse will work find on Linux or any other operating system, but if you want to change the settings, you'll have to do so from MacOS or Windows. The settings are saved on the mouse's built in memory which is awesome. 5Excellent hardware, just DON'T install the cripple-ware Gaming Software! UPDATE 2I'm keeping it at 1 star. After installing the cripple-ware (no matter what version) I realize that it's designed to revert to using the on-board memory/settings from the firmware update (like if you uninstall their software which wants to control the computer via Accessibility Settings for some reason that's not made clear in any way) unless the hardware can interface with the software. I can only imagine a class action lawsuit would make Logitech revert this parasite software/firmware update design/practice.UPDATEI raised the review back to 5 stars (it was 3 for reasons outlined originally). Although I tried this before I suppose Logitech updated their 'G HUB' software. Both their 'G HUB' and 'Gaming Software' work with this mouse but after installing their 'G HUB' software I got my 'Mouse 4' and 'Mouse 5' buttons back for use!tl;dr - DO NOT install Logitech's 'Gaming Software,' use 'G HUB.'ORIGINAL REVIEWThis is the best gaming mouse I've used, definitely the shape is great for my apparently large hands, the fairly solid keys, the response... but the button to swap DPI settings defaulted to 3 steps. I go ahead and download/install Logitech's software, apply a firmware update.Now, what macOS recognized as 'mouse4' and 'mouse5,' the side input buttons, have LOST their 'mouse4' and 'mouse5' status and are defaulted to Command-[ and Command-] by default, 'BACK' and 'FORWARD' web browsing keys and they can't even be reassigned their default inputs!I DIDN'T GET THIS MOUSE FOR WEB BROWSING OR TO BE FORCED TO USE IT AS A WEB BROWSING MOUSE! One game, RAGE, now won't even allow me to assign those side buttons to ANYTHING!The G403 was a great experience UNTIL I INSTALLED THEIR SOFTWARE.After searches in how to attempt a factory reset I see this affects Windows users too! 1My First Gaming Mouse Hello to anyone who reads this but as someone who came in late to the "PC Master Race" party I was stuck on one thing. Which mouse to get. I'm a biggish guy,(just tall)but with that reason alone my hands dont fit a lot of things, gloves, some pens/pencils, since they are too hard to hold. My hand is also wider than most but turns out, this mouse is perfect for bigger handed people. This is so comfortable in my hand I barely even feel anything since it's so light too. The sensor is great as well, rarely-well never- have I thought hmm I missed a shot I think I should have gotten if it wasn't for the mouse. I use fingertip grip so I recommend it for fingertip grip users with bigger than average hands. It's been months now with this mouse and I have no bad things yo say about it. The software you need to download to use it is great and all but the only thing I wish it had was more customization for the colors. You can make it color change but it's not a slow enough color change even at the slowest setting for me personally. It still changes rather fast. Regardless, I believe this is a great mouse and even if you're on the fence about this mouse I do believe this will be perfect for you IF your hands are again, big/wide and you use fingertip grip. 5A great mouse that won't break the bank After realizing that my 2 year old $11 Redragon mouse wasn't cutting it anymore, (It couldn't track fast flicks that I had gotten used to doing in fps games) I splurged and got this. This mouse is great. It's super responsive, ergonomic, and its got all the rgb you will ever need. The pixart 3366 sensor is godly compared to the cheap Redragon's sensor. Unlike other reviews, I haven't had any problems with this mouse's scroll wheel yet, but who knows? I've only used it for about a week. The 10g weight they included is also a nice feature. The software also works pretty well and is more than adequate in doing what I needed customized. The only one flaw I see with this mouse is the pad surrounding the sensor might get clogged up with dust and grime if you don't clean your mouse pad that often.EDIT: 7/21/18: Having this mouse for almost 2 months, I got to say, this thing is still amazing. No issues with the mouse scroll like people have said in the lower star reviews, and because i keep my mouse pad nice and clean there is no dust or grime accumulated on the sensor. My only very very small gripe is that the side mouse buttons are really smooth and tend to accumulate grime after a week or two, but its nothing some alcohol and a wipe can't help. 5
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