During E3 this year, one of the first appointments we had was running over to Logitech's meeting room to see what new Logitech G gear was being made. The main stuff they had on display for people to check out in the room was their brand new gaming mice with fresh designs on the G403, G703, and G903. We have the details for you below that they sent us after visiting, but the short version is that they all have improved sensors and slightly improved designs. The best feature among them being that the wireless mice now have a much lighter battery that also gives you nearly double the battery life you had in previous models. A pretty good upgrade on all three that we enjoyed. We also saw some cool audio stuff that we can't talk about just yet, but we will as it comes down the road.
The flagship G903 is upgraded with the best-in-class HERO 16K sensor, which delivers precise gameplay and 10x the power efficiency of the previous generation. This results in an incredible 140 hours of battery. The G903 includes: Logitech G's Lightspeed Wireless technology, compatibility with Logitech G's POWERPLAY Wireless Charging System, immersive 16.8M Lightsync RGB, ambidextrous design, and up to 11 programmable buttons for precise game play.
Designed to comfortably fit in your hand, the G703 LIGHTSPEED is also upgraded with the HERO 16K sensor for incredible tracking performance and accuracy. With the G703, Logitechfocused on reducing overall weight to 95g, while improving battery life to up to 35 hours on a single charge. Lightspeed Wireless technology provides precise gameplay at 16,000 max DPI and zero smoothing, plus enhanced wireless performance, and it is compatible with the Logitech G POWERPLAY Wireless Charging System.
Rounding out the updated line-up is the G403 HERO. With a lightweight, ergonomically designed shape, and new HERO sensor, the wired G403 HERO gives users the tracking accuracy and performance they need to win. It also features Lightsync RGB, a 10g removable weight and six programmable buttons that can be tuned to gamers' exact preferences.