Logitech G203 Prodigy RGB Wired Gaming Mouse – Black - 2021 report by Whydis
Logitech G203 Prodigy RGB Wired Gaming Mouse – Black
Logitech G203 Prodigy is a wired gaming mouse that helps you play to your full potential and be more accurate than you've ever been before. Exceptional gaming-grade performance is up to eight times faster than standard mice for near-ins...
It has a safe design like the mice you use in the school's computer lab
Additionally this mouse has a pretty smooth design and decent texture for your hands, I’ve had some that have felt better but not bad
(picture for example)- Smooth design and texture great for claw holders- 8000 dpi sensor with ability to change in increments of 50 (7950, etc.)- DPI Button with up to 4 on-the-fly dpi changes (also can be programmed to a key)- 2 custom buttons both on the inside of the mouse (more on that below)Meh (Opinion)- No Braided Cable (they
Due to its shape it can easily be an ambidextrous mouse thanks to the Classic Design
There is a ton of debate on the internet as to what the difference is between this and the more expensive G Pro
I recommend this product to everyone who wants some great gaming experience.
I highly recommend this product for anyone on a budget.
Good entry level mouse, nice RGB, good quality build, solid product for the price point
I wonder who rated the product less than five starsI recommend itLogitech Gaming Software you can choose How many DPI numbers lvl max is 5 lvlsthat mean dpi cycling you can use 5 clicks per click you can control how many dpii used first click 1200
I will be investigating warranty options, but for such an inexpensive product (a plus, of course), exchanging it quickly becomes a waste of time and money (for postage).Incidentally, I tested to ensure that the mouse is the problem by replacing it with another mouse (an older Logitech G5, as it happens), and with no config changes, its wheel and overall functions are solid with no problems at all
, omron switches, matte textured plastic side grip, large and flat scroll wheel with nice clicks and solid steps, a rubber cable that is flexible and soft and arguable even better than the one on G Pro, it all screams quality on this mouse, most of these features you won't even get from some other "premium" mice *cough $70 zowie stiff as hell buttons and huanos cough*Logitech even kept the RGB lighting on this
I like this mouse just fine for work, but for leisure and overall daily use I prefer the G303 Daedalus
The clicks are satisfying, and don't sound like cheap plastic switches
The interesting thing is that for years, I was a 400 dpi player, but could not perform at that DPI on the Gpro as well as I could on the 3310 in my EC2A.
the plastic feels cheap, but it is still comfortable to wrap your hand around