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Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse $79.95 (C&C Only) @ EB Games

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Lowest price I've seen for this yet. Note this is not for the latest generation with the Hero sensor.
There appears to be a bit of stock around if you check availability.

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  • +8 votes

    Seems like Logitech released a newer version of this mouse with HERO sensor. This is probably why they're selling this this cheap.

    See the comparison: https://www.logitechg.com/en-au/products/compare.html?catego...

    • +1 vote

      I'd imagine, unless there's actually professional gamers on this site that are also trying to game on a budget (that's a nice of a niche market) the difference definitely wouldn't be worth the extra money….

      • +2 votes

        Agreed. I have the G900 and it's still working perfectly. But wouldn't mind to snatch one of this as a backup.

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          I love it, most comfortable mouse I've used in ages, even for a ambidextrous style, normally I loved the traditional right hand curved mouses.

          • +2 votes

            @scuderiarmani: I've been using a G502 Proteus core from sometime mid 2014 and have just gotten this due to finding it for a decent price (otherwise was just going to get a G502 hero when they go on sale for $69). Aside from changing to new teflon feet it's been an awesome mouse but have been looking to replace as it is aging.
            I didn't think I would like the ambidextrous style after using and loving the g502 for so long, but it doesn't really feel too much different anyway surprisingly. I do however find the button layout on the G903 a lot better and the ability to use wireless makes everything nice and neat.
            Didn't really have to think twice at that price.

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              @AmperSand: I've tried others, wanted to get a ROG mouse to match other hardware but they were terribly uncomfortable, Corsair stuff looks pretty average for the most part too… think Logitech of all the mainstream companies really nails it, likewise with their non gaming stuff…

              Grew up on the typical MS intellimouse of the 90s and have always taken to that shape, till this.

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        It'll have a PMW3366 sensor, it's already top tier. The difference would be in battery life improvement with the Hero.

    • +1 vote

      The newer model is $250.
      I bought this one for $150 a month ago and thought it was great , now it is $80 , what a bargain

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    Any deals for G703/G502?

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      G703 is on sale for $79.95 too.
      Much less stock, wasn't worth mentioning as a "deal".

      https://www.ebgames.com.au/product/pc/233869-logitech-g703-l...

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      I just bought the g502 wireless for 160 shipped from Catch.com.au
      Was surprised that they had the best price by far.
      I've used the wired g502 for years and it's nice to no longer have the wire but im not sure its worth the price for two reasons. It doesnt feel the same, although you can make it weigh the same the balance is different/it has a 'hollow' feel to it now.
      And two, there is forced software needed for it (Ghub) rather than the old LGS. Normally that would be fine but once you install it LGS stops working and you are forced to re configure all your other stuff (headphones, keyboard etc.) to the new Ghub, which i found very laborious to do compared to LGS. On top of that, Ghub is (profanity) shithouse. It makes my headset randomly turn off mid fight almost once a per match, and I had to re-install and restart 3 times before I could finally access my microphone.

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    Well done to anyone who found any stock, got excited a bit early.

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      Come on now, my nearest store with stock is only 594km away! Bargain mouse + I get a road trip!

  • +2 votes

    I used to own one of these. Excellent mouse all around, but apparently Logitech have switched from using Japanese made switches to Chinese ones a while back, leading to people having the 'Double-Click issue' after a short usage period. My double click issue occurred after a month of use, after which I had a refund for it under warranty.

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      The "double click" issue has been happening for as long as I've been using mice. It's caused by dust.

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        In this case it actually is the switches. You can mod these and replace the switch with a better quality one.

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          Link pls? Mine is doing it and its out of warranty now.

          • +1 vote

            @Hero: Buy some Kailh Red GM switches from eBay (should be like $2 each or so). You just need to open up the mouse, desolder the old switches, solder in the new switches. I haven't done it with this specific mouse but I'm sure there are teardowns on YouTube.

            Good luck!

    • +1 vote

      I read about some of those issues before purchasing.
      Logitech is usually pretty good with their warranties though. So 2 year warranty hoping if anything happens it will be before then.
      Hopefully by then the original G903's will be phased out completely and they can replace with current model if any issues arise.

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    no stock at all

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    yep only a couple in 'rural WA'

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    Actually found stock near me but dunno if its worth getting

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    I got the g903 with hero from officeworks 2 days ago for $152, for anyone looking for the new one.

    Also got the powerplay mat from them as well for $141. Both through price beat.

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    Nice, my g703 is still going strong after 3 years, but may as well upgrade at this price, $170 off

  • +1 vote

    Does the "Hero" sensor make much of a difference when used for gaming?

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      it makes you feel like a hero and that can give a psychological edge

      apart from that i haven't seen any credible evidence it makes a difference, which is weird given it should be easy to prove right?

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      marketing spin

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    G900 and still going strong… although this is a good option if you want to pair it with the power play mat.

    If the hero's biggest game changer is power savings then this G903 + Power Play mat may well be a better option for some - especially if you basically never have to charge your mouse again. lol

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    no stocks in canberra :(

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    No stock in metro SA for the past week apparently

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    It possesses the same ability as the hero version, but has yet to realise it's full potential. Usually a quick montage towards the final third of the production is required to complete that step into true hero status

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    I have this mouse. I don't recommend it if you want to use it's full functionality. The middle two buttons for on the fly sensitivity change get stuck and have since I bought it. I was unable to return it for a replacement (one of those return first then we will send a replacement in 2 weeks dealios) because it was my only mouse and was in the middle of assessment for me. Could be a unique problem but I wouldn't buy it again.

  • +2 votes

    Just a warning. The micro-switches for the buttons on these mice are trash. I'm on my second G903 with "double click" issues (the microswitches sometimes double click when pressed).
    I would've moved away from Logitech after the first one failed, but I had also invested in the PowerPlay mat.

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    I've had a G900 (model before this one) for a couple years now; it really is a gorgeous mouse. I've never had any issues with the wireless, the battery life is terrific, it feels great in hand, and there's no perceptible latency. I like that the forward back buttons are removable on either side, or can both be active. Logitech currently have my favourite clickwheels, being able to switch between ratcheted and free-spinning scrolling. RGB is a small, but nice, feature.
    The only issue I had was with the first unit I received; the clickwheel 'clacked' from lateral movement, and the DPI buttons were unresponsive and mushy. No issues with the replacement unit, and Logitech support was fast and responsive.
    If you want an ambidextrous mouse (with or without wireless), this is absolutely the best option, especially at this price.

  • +2 votes

    Managed to get it price matched at Officeworks.

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      How? Would you share your story please?

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        Yeah, so I live close to a store with EBGames that have it in stock so Officeworks were willing to pricematch it (over the phone btw).

        Got a conformation message too, money out of the bank will be ready for pickup in like 1-2 days

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          Lucky you :) I called the call centre twice they did not fall in it.

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            @ssp88: Yeah, got pretty lucky because the person I talked to said before it gets confirmed that they were going to get someone else to double check first. 50 minutes later, I get a confirmation e-mail

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      I tried hoping they wouldn't pick up on it but they did…

  • +1 vote

    Guys, can confirm this is the latest with the Hero sensor!

    https://ibb.co/gS44TT4

    S/n: 910-005674

    Just picked up from Belconnen, ACT.

    Absolute steal at this price!

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    Anyone check any OW store in Perth? I checked Subi they didn't match

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