Logitech G613 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard and G603 Wireless Mouse

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Pawel04 Active Member

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    That wireless keyboard actually looks like what ive been looking for for a while now. Wonder if it can be paired together with the mouse to one bluetooth dongle or if each device requires its own dongle. Atm i have four dongle for two gamepads, mouse and keyboard...
     
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    Again only 2 thumb buttons... back to g700 :(
    What is even the difference between 403/603/703 ? They all look same to me.
     
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    Incredible Lama Member Guru

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    Indeed.... I'm using a (3 yr old?) Logitech G602, and I have yet to find a mouse that surpasses its attributes. No-one is ever going to need 12.000 dpi, nor rgb or other fancy terms. I'm really dissapointed by Logitech. When I saw the G603 headline I was excited to see what kind of wireless multibutton reliable mouse they would bring to the table. But like you said, it's just another two tumb button mouse.
     

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    They don't use the unifying thing for gaming because it reduces performance. They have their own dongle.

    G703 is a G403 with 50M omrons and the Powerplay technology, which allows charging with their special mousepad.
    G603 has a HERO sensor. According to their video, it is made from the ground up and it is made to be very energy efficient, yet it should be close to the PWM3366 in term of performance.
    It also uses AA batteries because it doesn't have a built-in battery. It has bluetooth also. The buttons are non-seperated. There is no usb connector for a cable whatsoever.
     

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