Logitech Prodigy Wired Gaming Mouse G203
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- The classic design
- 8X faster than standard mice
- Lightweight, durable and comfortable
- Can configure any of the 6 buttons to simplify in-game actions
- Light sync technology
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Logitech Prodigy Wired Gaming Mouse is the classic design and 1000 times per second, 8x faster than standard mice. It’s a classic design that we’ve re-engineered and optimized from the inside-out to be lightweight, durable and comfortable. Advanced users can configure any of the 6 buttons to simplify in-game actions.
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On top of all this, it looks great with the color-change lighting. I'd be happy with this mouse even without that. I honestly can't say anything negative about this mouse.
Common guys, we are in 2018 and Linux is more popular then ever, and it is easier then ever to program a Linux application.
There is no logical reason a great company like Logitech would not provide a Linux app to configure the mouse.
The mouse works extremely well, as to be expected. The mouse comes with the cable wrapped around the perimeter of the box, as opposed to being folded. This means that the cable comes out of the box nice and straight with almost no kinks, and the kinks that are there are very slight and easy to straighten. I was using a Logitech M100 mouse up until now and the neutral shape of this one made it easy to get used to. The clicks are very loud and satisfying. The side buttons are useful while gaming and web browsing. The mouse feels very premium, very rigid plastic construction and smooth scroll wheel.
RGB is fun.
I'll also address the most novel feature for my purpose first, as the mouse is listed as having built-in memory for storing custom settings. It does, which is good as office computer are locked down and I'd never be able to install Logitech's software. I do, however, have a G900 at home, and I was able to plug in this G203, apply colour and DPI settings (sensitivity and number of steps), then cart it off to work and plug it in and have it retain all of those changes. By default the mouse just cycles through a rainbow effect, which you can switch to 'breathing' at any given colour.
The mouse itself is a mouse. It feels nice, it tracks well, it's light. The wheel is probably the highlight, as it's stout and thick, rubbery, and deliciously quiet. None of that typical guiro scrolling sound.
Only downsides I can see are the lack of left/right clicks on the wheel, plus there is no free scroll like some other Logitech mice (which, while novel, I've never found a point to). The cord is also suspiciously thin and unbraided, so I'm not sure how it'll hold up several years from now. And maybe it's a worthy sacrifice, as it's that cord that helps the mouse feel light and untethered.
The side buttons, DPI, and LED can be controlled with the Logitech software from their website; the LED colour can be set to smoothly transition between all colours (the default) at a configurable speed, set to a specific colour, or turned off completely. The intensity can also be adjusted. I intended to turn it off completely, but in the end I actually like the soft pulsing colour transitions.
Cable feels solid, mouse feels solid and has RGB as well as onboard memory.
For $30 (got the mouse on sale), this is a steal that you can't find anywhere else. I'm considering getting a second one as a backup just in case since it's so cheap and so good!
The software, which is a MUST, can be downloaded from the Logitech web site. Be sure to type in the make and model in the search. You want to get the download for the right mouse. The mouse works well with the Prodigy keyboards and that is the main reason I bought it. I'm not a big RGB fan so the first thing I did was remove the "breathing" option and select primary and secondary colours. The LEDs do respond to any audio you might happen to be playing if this is a desired feature. The Logitech G203 is literally loaded with options. It is highly programmable allowing for macros, hot clicks, and dozens of personalized features that are found in gaming mouses two or three times the price. IF you own a PRODIGY keyboard I would advise getting a PRODIGY mouse to go with it if you don't have one already. If this mouse lasts me a couple of years I might have to bump up my overall rating, but overall this is where it currently stands.
- Plug and play, rien à installer
- Très long fil
- Les lumières changeants au LED sont très jolies,
- Offre 2 boutons de plus qu'une souris standard, soit ceux sur le côté gauche, qui sera accessible avec votre pouce
- Légère et petite, parfaite pour les petites mains.
- ** Un gros wow est le bouton centrale de la souris, qui sert exclusivement pour changer la DPI (sensibilité) entre 5. Encore là, rien à installer, cela fonctionne à tous moments.
- ** L'autre Wow est que cela fonctionne immédiatement sans ne rien faire sur ma console Xbox One X
- En terminant, le prix, 29,95$ VS la qualité/fiabilité, c'est solide!
- Le clic de la roulette de la souris n'est pas si facile à faire sans faire rouler cette roulette. Donc ce bouton devient un bouton qui n'est pas super pour le gaming car pas assez précis. Mais c'est le cas sur la plupart des souris bon marché
Is it worth $49.99 though? That really depends on your situation. On sale this product is an excellent deal; it tends to go on sale quite often.
Also, you can turn the RGB lighting off if you don't like it.
The story has started while the last Logitech autumn sale. I bought two mice M310 and G203. The first one was supposed to be gifted for my wife and G203 for my self. I posted my review for M310 and since M310 has failed for my wife I pulled out G203 to replace it. Previously I had no time to touch G203 because of holidays and my work.
The first expression was WOW. The LEDs are beautiful. You can change many presets for LEDs and play with that like a toy. The mouse it self looks like a solid and pretty expensive product. It's not too light or too weight. However a goal was to use it for work, web and gaming. So let's start.
Our start condition was a large 38" 1080p TV that perfectly perform its job as a general computer monitor. And it is absolutely amazing for gaming. I started testing the mouse on a Mustaches large mat and the sensor performed very well. No some kind of problems like with M310. No throttling, freezing or jumping. One problems still was annoying me as the mouse could speed up while pointing it across the large screen. So it was not possible to point it with an appropriate precision. I tried to fine DPI but it didn't help. I understand that acceleration works so way and had same problem with a mouse of another manufacturer. The mouse doesn't understand that I have a really large screen and there is nothing to do with that. But I expected some better from Logitech. Here I have to notice that there was not the problem with old laser mice.
A gaming mouse supposes soft triggers but not in the case with G203. It's frustrating. My cheap Dell's mouse has same tough triggers and I thought it's an exception but no way. G203 has very cheap filling. The left- right- middle triggers are not only tough but they are very loud. It's a same loud when I turn on and of light in room. Triggers make sound and plastic helps to them too. It's not possible to describe. If you suppose to use the mouse for gaming as an affordable solution I would recommend avoid that action. Because you will tire your fingers very fast.
But even that is not the big problem. Yeah, a left double-click ghost welcomes you. Not every time but when it wants. I am wondering if it is a low quality control or maybe I got a used mouse. And I have no answer.
Obviously I want to return it thanks to Amazon.
cons: everything else