The Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex is Logitech’s newest mouse designed for FPS gamers and the performance enthusiast. Designed to have a fast click response, an unrivalled sense or and comfortable design, how does the G303 stand up to its rivals?
The G303 click response is certainly…responsive. Like, really responsive. The spring loaded tension system in the buttons means no unnecessary movement for the buttons so not a millisecond is wasted, it’s like Logitech have designed a mechanical mouse, and I’m okay with this. The spring tension buttons are one of those things that you don’t realise you wanted until you try them for the first time, the fact the mouse is wasting no time makes you feel like your reactions are faster, but in reality the mouse is finally keeping up with you.
Logitech have always been known for having pretty awesome mouse sensors, and they haven’t dropped the ball yet. The sensor inside the G303 Daedalus Apex is very responsive with no lag or choppy-ness to the movement. The mouse can go up to a mind-blowing 12,000 DPI; why anyone would ever go that high is a mystery to me, but to each their own. Even at the lower sensitivity that I used, 400 DPI, the mouse still had no issues on a number of different gaming surfaces and maintained its accuracy and responsive tracking regardless of surface.