Today Logitech announced a couple of new gaming mice to choose between, called the G903 and the G703, they have been designed for extreme gaming performance.
They also come with compatibility with Logitech’s new Powerplay mouse pad, which we talk about in a bit.
Before then we are going to continue talking about the new mice, which Logitech say they have upgraded with new micro switches that have been rated to up to 50 million clicks.
Both of the new mice will be available at the end of June. The G903 will be priced at $149.99 and the G703 will be priced at $99.99 in the US, we don’t know about other pricing and availability within other regions just yet.
You can take a closer look at the G903 in particular in the video below.
One of the major features that both of these mice have is the compatibility with Logitech’s new wireless charging pad that they have called Powerplay.
This new mousepad is a pretty fantastic idea as having a mouse on a mouse pad is something that most people do a lot of time so getting charging into the new wireless mice will be pretty much effortless.
Logitech explained more with the following:
POWERPLAY creates an electromagnetic energy field over a large surface area – so you don’t have to rest your gaming mouse on a tiny charging target. This field is captured and transformed into charging current by the included POWERCORE module, which attaches magnetically to the underside of a compatible gaming mouse in place of the existing weight door. It’s designed to keep charging even through high-speed flick shots or lifting and repositioning, and its base is only 2mm thick – so it’s comfortable to use as a gaming surface.
We also wanted to make sure that the wireless connection was as reliable and easy to set up as possible, so we included a LIGHTSPEED Wireless receiver in the POWERPLAY base for competition-level responsiveness. And, thanks to Logitech G’s decades of wireless development experience, LIGHTSPEED has a signal strength up to 16 times higher than the competition, while its unique Frequency Agility Mechanism easily avoids any interference it can’t overcome. So all you have to do is plug in POWERPLAY, insert the POWERCORE, and turn your mouse off and back on again. You’ll be up and running immediately, getting both wireless power and LIGHTSPEED data over a single USB port. You’ll never need to worry about mouse cables again.
You can find out more about these new Logitech products at the source link below.