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[Amazon.ca] Logitech G703 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse W/ Hero 25K Sensor $79.99

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[Amazon.ca] Logitech G703 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse W/ Hero 25K Sensor $79.99

Lowest on ccc.

Also at BB: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/lo ... k/13692472

Review: https://www.rtings.com/mouse/reviews/lo ... ero-sensor

Note: don't mistakenly compare this to the non-hero version.
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Good mouse if you're okay with the shape (ie. big booty).
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AirTimid wrote: Good mouse if you're okay with the shape (ie. big booty).
Do u know how ergonomic this mouse is?
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Does the scroll wheel tilt left/right?
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Jedmos wrote: Do u know how ergonomic this mouse is?
Good for people with bigger hands; for people with smaller hands and prefer claw grip, the g305 is the go to.
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From what I can tell, people are still complaining about the double-click issue, and possibly even the scroll issue.
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Currently on a G305.. I am debating buying this. I do have more slender hands.. but the RGB and increased DPI is appealing as well with the built in charging vs having to use external batteries.

Waiting to see how others are responding to this also. I saw the reviews on Amazon and also noticing a lot of mentions on getting a used product when they bought new, and double clicking issues. I have had pretty good experience with my 305 so far.
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I have a previous Gen G703, works fantastic. No issues at all. This is coming from a G403 with scroll wheel issues and double clicking which was resolved with a firmware update
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I have small hands and claw grip the g305. I still find the g703 more comfortable to use when I’m not playing fps games.
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Same price on BestBuy: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/lo ... k/13692472

CC also same: https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=138437

NewEgg at 160: https://www.newegg.ca/logitech-910-0050 ... 6826197272

**Wrong link for Staples Moxier posted the right PM opportunity below for Staples
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I have the older version (Lightspeed, Hero 16K) for a while now. No issues so far, and been great overall.
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I think this is the correct mouse at staples https://www.staples.ca/products/2952841 ... ouse-black this one is in stock.

Model on Amazon is 910-005638
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Valek wrote: Good catch! PM opportunity possibly at Staples then for some additional savings. I edited my post to avoid any confusion.

Is there a savings for PMing?
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Patrickpete wrote: Good for people with bigger hands; for people with smaller hands and prefer claw grip, the g305 is the go to.
I agree with this. I was using a trusty MX518 and by comparison the G703 is a bit bigger. Took a few days but I got used to it.
What I like with the G703 is that I can use it wired at my desk and wirelessly in a conference room with others. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Jedmos wrote: Do u know how ergonomic this mouse is?
I have the non Hero version, which aside from sensor and battery life, I believe is the same. I also had the 403 at one point. If you have a larger hand (mine is 21x10.5), this mouse is fine for palm gripping because the high back sits in your palm. For comparison, I also have a Zowie EC1-B, which feels bigger, because it's wider, but not as tall. Overall, the 703 is a good mouse, though heavy. I also have a 305, which I like, but it's a little small for my hand so I use it as a work mouse.
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These companies seem to be forcing all the retailers to have their products on sale at the same time - ie bestbuy/amazon/visions etc all seem to be having electronics sales at the same time, at the same price. Seems like a bit of collusion to me.
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ben35 wrote: These companies seem to be forcing all the retailers to have their products on same at the same time - ie bestbuy/amazon/visions etc all seem to be having electronics sales at the same time, at the same price. Seems like a bit of collusion to me.
Manufacturer rebates is what pushes these sales across all sellers.
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Had the non-hero and after a few months the middle button started double clicking. Logitech replaced it with the Hero, and after a few months the middle button started double clicking again.
Same issue on my previous g203 and g305.

Maybe I middle click too much.

Hero does feel slightly smoother and more responsive than the non-hero though. But the Hero's coating where your thumb sits below the Mouse4/5 buttons seems to be different and wears out MUCH faster.

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