Legit Reviews recently had the opportunity to review the Logitech G703 LightSpeed Wireless Gaming mouse, along with the new PowerPlay Wireless Charging System. The G703 LightSpeed has an amazingly comfortable shape for right handed users, along with very responsive Omron switches for the main buttons and of course, Logitech LightSpeed wireless technology, which I've found offers wireless performance that is indiscernible from wired performance. Unfortunately, the G703 LightSpeed only offers about two days of battery life under normal usage when RGB lighting is being used, unless you invest in the $100 PowerPlay system, which brings the cost of entry to $200. Another barrier is that the G703 LightSpeed comes in at a $100 MSRP, which will put it out of budget for many users. Fortunately, as Logitech was developing the high end G703 and G903 LightSpeed mice alongside PowerPlay, a more economical wireless mouse was being devised for the masses, along with a wireless keyboard that would offer 1 ms response time and mechanical keys for the first time, ever. Today, LegitReviews has the opportunity to share the results of this development, the G603 LightSpeed Wireless Gaming Mouse and its companion, the G613 LightSpeed Wireless Gaming Keyboard.
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