Staples Staples: Get the Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse for $99.97 (regularly $169.99) Get a Logitech G903 Wireless Gaming Mouse for $100

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Game without wires with this deal from Staples, because the Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse is on clearance for $99.97 (regularly $169.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $70.02!

Originally released in October 2017 at $199.99, the G903 Lightspeed was Logitech's flagship wireless gaming mouse until the launch of the G903 HERO this past July. The G903 Lightspeed boasts an optical sensor at up to 12000 DPI, 11 programmable buttons, adjustable weights, up to 32 hours of battery life, RGB lighting and more. For comparison, the same mouse is currently $169.99 at Best Buy and $199.99 directly from Logitech. Other features include:

  • Cordless gaming mouse with an optimized 2.4GHz connection and 1ms report rate for incredible, lag-free responsiveness
  • Advanced PMW3366 optical sensor is precise and consistent, giving you quicker responses and accurate targeting
  • Onboard memory lets you save your preferences directly to the mouse without custom software
  • On-the-fly DPI shifting to program up to five sensitivity settings, from 200 DPI up to 12000 DPI
  • Plug in the charging cable to seamlessly switch between wireless and wired modes
  • Clock-tuning technology maximizes tracking speed and battery life while minimizing degradation
  • Ambidextrous design to fit comfortably in either hand and works with nearly any mouse grip style
  • RGB lights with up to 16.8 million colours for personalizing your setup or sporting your favourite colour

This offer is effective online and in Staples stores (where available) until November 30. Staples.ca offers free shipping for orders over $35.00, along with a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • Ordered one. I'll give it a shot. Will be my first wireless mouse.
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    • I had the G900, great mouse, a little heavy, but unlike some other gamin mouse, this can also be used as an everyday mouse.
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    • I love this mouse!
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    • Worth waiting for the new version with hero sensor to go on sale? It's got 140 hour battery vs 32
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    • chenw25 wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 8:34 am
      Worth waiting for the new version with hero sensor to go on sale? It's got 140 hour battery vs 32
      I have a G900 and that's what I'm waiting for.
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    • chenw25 wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 8:34 am
      Worth waiting for the new version with hero sensor to go on sale? It's got 140 hour battery vs 32
      What's the new model with hero sensor called? G905?

      I've been wondering why these are on fire sales to clear out stock. They were $200 as someone said last year. I really like all the features and it can double as a daily use mouse but that price kept me far far away.

      I'm still rocking the old Logitech G Pro wired RGB gaming mouse.
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    • JackieH244 wrote:
      Oct 10th, 2019 4:12 pm
      This is a hot deal IMO. I currently own a G903, it is a very great mouse for gaming (I use it for CS GO...) and last few days on a single charge.
      I bought it for $200 last year, now it is $99.97 clearance.
      You paid way too much luls. It's been $99.99 on Best Buy/Amazon for months.

      This deal is slightly warm at best.

      Also I bought 2 for $40 each when Dell had their price error. It's a nice mouse, but I still prefer the G305 which is cheaper, battery life is months on a single AA compared to 30 hours for G903, and better for smaller hands.
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    • Mwazam82 wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 9:10 am
      What's the new model with hero sensor called? G905?

      I've been wondering why these are on fire sales to clear out stock. They were $200 as someone said last year. I really like all the features and it can double as a daily use mouse but that price kept me far far away.

      I'm still rocking the old Logitech G Pro wired RGB gaming mouse.
      It's the same name, g903. Some places call it "g903 lightspeed with hero sensor". Here's the model# 910-005670
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    • Bought one, thanks op
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    • chenw25 wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 9:22 am
      It's the same name, g903. Some places call it "g903 lightspeed with hero sensor". Here's the model# 910-005670
      So if I'm not a pro gamer but just want a nice/versatile mouse that can do wireless/Bluetooth would I benefit anything from this "hero" sensor version?
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    • Man, too bad they're not clearing out that wireless charging mouse pad to go with it.
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    • Hero sensor bumps up the battery life pretty significantly. That's the only issue i have with my g900. I may get the g903 Hero sensor if I see something good for black friday.
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    • If I didn't already have a G900 and a G502 Hero Lightspeed both still in great condition I'd have bought this in a heartbeat. I'm not sure which I still like more the G502 Hero Lightspeed or the G900, I can't really tell any big difference between the G900 and the Hero G502 but anybody should keep in mind that G900 is a very different type of mouse shape if you like to palm the whole mouse you probably won't like it.
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    • Mwazam82 wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 9:42 am
      So if I'm not a pro gamer but just want a nice/versatile mouse that can do wireless/Bluetooth would I benefit anything from this "hero" sensor version?
      If you don't want a gaming mouse then I think the MX Master 3 is more up your alley. It's wifi/BT, more ergonomic, has a long battery life, and supports quick charge via usb-c
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    • ocisnicola wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 11:06 am
      If you don't want a gaming mouse then I think the MX Master 3 is more up your alley. It's wifi/BT, more ergonomic, has a long battery life, and supports quick charge via usb-c
      Although I think the Master 3S is a great mouse I wouldn't really recommend it even for light gaming. It is quite heavy and there is no weight adjustment.
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    • All good advice guys. Thanks.

      I'm still on the fence about this mouse. I might pick it up and give it a try.

      I looked at the Master 3S and it's more expensive at $129. I've used the Master 2S and it was simply too large for my hands. It looks like a similar size.
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    • eorsgg wrote:
      Oct 11th, 2019 9:12 am
      You paid way too much luls. It's been $99.99 on Best Buy/Amazon for months.

      This deal is slightly warm at best.

      Also I bought 2 for $40 each when Dell had their price error. It's a nice mouse, but I still prefer the G305 which is cheaper, battery life is months on a single AA compared to 30 hours for G903, and better for smaller hands.
      I also got 2 when Dell has the price error and then I price matched with Best Buy for 10% of the difference off. :) It's pretty cool that you can use it wired and charge it then use it as wireless. The right click stopped working for one of the mice on my brother's computer but we swapped mice and they both work now so I don't know what happened.
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    • Price in title please
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    • Just a warning for all. I've had two of these mice and they both had the double click problem (1st one 2.5 months in second one 1 month in). Just google the issue its fairly common.
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