In another addition to their gaming mice product range, Logitech has gone and left behind the complex, sometimes overly contoured designs of recent gaming mice in developing their new G203 Prodigy. The G203 does present a design that is closer to a neutral one, with no particular ergonomics considerations for either a left-handed or right-handed person (save for the pair of left-side thumb buttons). This thus increases the overall number of users whose natural hand posture may allow them to use this gaming mouse with more comfort, though it does mean the mouse makes some sacrifices in overall ergonomics.
Logitech is one of the few companies whose products tend to be vertically integrated, with Logitech developing its product designs, optical or laser sensors and other components in-house. This has translated into a prodigy of a gaming mouse based on one of the company’s in-house-developed sensors with on-the-fly adjustable resolution (200-6000 DPI). The G203 also leverages an ARM processor which supports a USB report rate of up to 1000 Hz. The different buttons (as well as the RGB lighting, though it’s more subdued and clean looking in this model than in other mice we’ve seen recently) on the G203 can be reprogrammed using Logitech’s software suite, with button configuration being stored in the mouse and not on the PC.
IMpressive regarding the Logitech G203 Prodigy is its price: the company sells it for $39.99 in the U.S. and for €44.99 in the E.U., which does put it in a very positive light regarding some of its competitors.
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