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Logitech g502 vs g703

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I currently have the g502 and love the mouse but I like the idea of ditching the cord. Has anyone here gone from g502 to g703? If so how did you like it? 

I have bigger hands and palm grip the g502, thinking the g703 might be my best bet for wireless under $100 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

I have the G703's earlier incarnation, the G603. I basically ditched my G502 after using the G603 for a day. I haven't had a problem with lag or anything like that.

How’s the battery life on that mouse and is the mouse itself big like the g502? 

I know the g603 is cheaper and I like that the battery isn’t built in. Is there a certain battery you use in yours? I’ve got a ton of rechargeable AA batteries at home 


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I went from using a G500 for 8 years to a G403, I really hate that the G403 doesn't have onboard memory and I have to toggle from ""onboard memory" to "automatic game detection" inside of LGS if I put my computer into sleep mode. Other than that, it's better in every single way other than build quality.

 

I haven't met anyone who got a G703 and hasn't loved it. Just make sure to match it with a nice new mousepad for the best experience out of the box.

 

I would recommend not to buy a wireless mouse without the lightspeed tech in it like the G603 since it brings the input latency down to the level of a standard wired mouse instead of being multiple times slower.

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3 minutes ago, Gohardgrandpa said:

How’s the battery life on that mouse and is the mouse itself big like the g502? 

I know the g603 is cheaper and I like that the battery isn’t built in. Is there a certain battery you use in yours? I’ve got a ton of rechargeable AA batteries at home 

If you have it on the "LO" setting, you tend to forget it has a battery. The Duracells it came with lasted probably a year or so before I changed them out for Eneloops (and they're still going)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

If you have it on the "LO" setting, you tend to forget it has a battery. The Duracells it came with lasted probably a year or so before I changed them out for Eneloops (and they're still going)

How is the size of the 603 compared to the g502 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

Feels more rounded out and fuller in my hand, but it's slight so it's still comfortable for long periods of time.

Thanks for the help, I just ordered it on amazon. I’ll see how it goes 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I ordered the 603 for $55 then I scored a sweet deal on the g703 for $60. I’m gonna try them both and send one back. Thanks for the input everyone 


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Mobo: MSI B450 Tomahawk

GPU: Asus Strix Rtx 2060

Ram: 16gb ddr4 hyper x fury 2666 @ 3000mhz

Case: Fractal design focus G

PSU: EVGA 600bq

Storage:Samsung 860 evo 500gb, 2tb wd Black

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Mouse: Logitech G502 proteus spectrum

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I got the mice in today and figured I’d throw out my 2 cents here 

I highly prefer the g703 over the G603. The buttons feel better, the rubber on the side grips my hand better and I like the black color better then the grey. 

I know the battery life is substantially worse on the g703 but plugging it in is not a issue for me.  Guess I’ll see how the battery holds up over time.

Size wise the mouse feels good, definitely different then the g502 that I used for so long before these. I have to change my grip a lot, the 502 had the thumb rest on the left and these do not but altering the grip is not a big deal and I got accustomed to it pretty quick. 

 

Gaming on this mouse was great, no noticeable lag that I can see at all. I played numerous rounds of Seige online, pub g and battlefield 5 with it today and gaming has been great. 

Overall I’m very happy with the g703 and I’m sending the G603 back tomorrow 


CPU: Ryzen 7 1800x 4ghz @1.345v

Mobo: MSI B450 Tomahawk

GPU: Asus Strix Rtx 2060

Ram: 16gb ddr4 hyper x fury 2666 @ 3000mhz

Case: Fractal design focus G

PSU: EVGA 600bq

Storage:Samsung 860 evo 500gb, 2tb wd Black

Display: Aoc G2590fx 144hz 1080p

Mouse: Logitech G502 proteus spectrum

Keyboard: Razer ornata chroma 

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