Measuring at 116.6x62.15x38.2mm (4.59x2.45x1.5-inch) and weighing in at 85g, the new Logitech G203 LightSync fits into a smaller and lightweight category, mostly due to its classic six-button design.
It uses a gaming-grade sensor with adjustable sensitivity from 200-8,000 DPI and programmable six-buttons, all thanks to Logitech G Hub software. The primary left and right buttons are using a Logitech G metal spring tensioning system, which should provide precise button actuation.
The Logitech G Hub software can also be used to set the Lightsync RGB colors with options for dynamic screen sampling, where colors react to color shifts on the screen, or even as an audio visualizer, shifting colors to the sound.
As noted, the new Logitech G203 LightSync will be available in May in Black and White color options and a price set at rather affordable $39.99.