Logitech G603 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse
The left side of the G603 shows the play of the gray upper section against the black below, and both have a matte finish. There are a pair of large shiny buttons on this side of the mouse backed by pad-style switches, which require firm pressure to actuate, with a crisp click report coming from inside when pressed.
Looking at the G603 from the back, we see a slight slope to the right of the top, and the Logitech G logo is placed high up on the mouse. The gray section of the mouse is wide here, and it blends well into the sides, and even at the bottom where the mouse angles inward.
The right side of the mouse offers no buttons, but the lower black section is concave. When it comes to needing to lift the G603, the shape on this side as well as the opposing side makes it easy to do with a fair amount of friction while still being smooth to the touch.
The next group of F-keys moves from multimedia and delivers some quick-launch buttons for things one might use every day. The F9 key will open your default email handler, and the F10 will open your default browser. As for F11, it opens your file explorer, and the F12 is used to open the calculator built into Windows.
The pair of main buttons are gray to match the rest of the center section of the G603, but are set well apart with the gap between them for the scroll wheel. The lower section of the body angles inward towards the bottom, and the right side of the mouse is shorter than the left.
In the black section separating the main buttons, there is a rounded side scroll wheel that is fully coated with rubber and has ledges to grip the finger. The wheel is not as heavily segmented as other Logitech mice, nor does it have a free-wheel option. The button is to select DPI and when doing so the LED changes color for a visual reference. With the software installed, you will get an OSD of current DPI.