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Logitech G903 Hero

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$99.99

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Shape:

Ambidextrous

DPI:

16000

Weight (g):

110

Description

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Pro Players

Name Game Team
DDing Overwatch
KarQ Overwatch
vsnz Apex Legends Team SoloMid
Water Overwatch
ZerG Overwatch, Valorant

Logitech G903 Hero Specifications

General

Brand Logitech

Design

Weight (g) 110
Optional Weight 10 g
Shape Ambidextrous
Backlighting LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting(Requires Logitech G HUB Software)

Sensor

Sensor HERO 16K
Minimum DPI 100
Maximum DPI 16000
Polling Rate (Hz) 1000
Wired Polling Rate (Hz) 1000
Wireless Polling Rate (Hz) 1000
Maximum Acceleration (G) > 40 (Tested on Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad)
Maximum Tracking Speed (IPS) >400 Tested on Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad

Buttons

Buttons 11
Scroll Wheel Hyper-fast scroll wheel

Dimensions

Length (mm) 130
Width (mm) 67
Height (mm) 40

Connection

Connectivity Wired, Wireless
Cable Length (m) 1.8
Wireless Technology LIGHTSPEED wireless

Battery

Battery Life (hours) Default lighting: up to 140 hours, No lighting: up to 180 hours

Features

Features POWERPLAY compatible | Mechanical button tensioning system | Removable side buttons

Chipset

USB Data Format 16 bits/axis
Processor 32-bit ARM

Others

Requirements Windows® 7 or later, macOS® 10.11 or later, Chrome OSTM, USB port, Internet access for Logitech G HUB (optional)
Warranty 2 - Year Warranty
Package Contents G903 gaming mouse, LIGHTSPEED™ USB receiver, USB charging/data cable, Accessories case, Optional receiver extension adapter, Optional 10-gram weight, Optional side buttons (2x left, 2x right), Optional button covers (1x left, 1x right), User documentation

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Andrew is a lifetime gamer and a former amateur esports player. He has worked as the manager for teams such as the New York Excelsior and the Los Angeles Gladiators. Andrew has been mentioned in ESPN, Inven, The Ringer and other esports magazines and journals. andrew@gearrate.com