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Logitech's G703 wireless mouse is $50 right now, an all-time low

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Logitech produces several of the options in our best gaming mouse roundup, one of which is the G703. It's a wireless mouse that uses Logitech's proprietary 'Lightspeed' low-latency technology, and it dropped to an all-time low price of $49.99 during Amazon Prime Day (opens in new tab). If you missed that sale, the mouse has once again gone on sale for $49.99, this time at multiple retailers.

The official list price is $100, but rarely would you pay that much. The typical price has been $80 or so on Amazon, and $65-$75 for the past couple of months through third parties. The last month Amazon has been selling it for $55. Whatever the 'normal' price might be, this is still the lowest we've seen the G703 since its release.

The G703 mouse uses a PMW3366 optical sensor for excellent tracking, paired with Logitech's 'Lightspeed' wireless tech. It can also charge without cables if you have a Powerplay mouse pad, which currently goes for $99 on its own (opens in new tab). Otherwise, you have to charge it over USB every once in a while.

The G703 has all the other features you would expect from a Logitech gaming mouse, like an ergonomic design, programmable buttons, and customizable RGB lighting.

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Logitech G703 Gaming Mouse | $49.99 (~$20 off) (opens in new tab)
This excellent wireless gaming mouse usually goes for around $65-$75, but it's currently on sale for $50 from multiple retailers. Buy at Amazon (opens in new tab), Buy at Best Buy (opens in new tab) (Posted: 7/22)

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Corbin is a tech journalist, software developer, and longtime PC Gamer freelance writer, currently based in North Carolina. He now focuses on the world of Android as a full-time writer at XDA-Developers. He plays a lot of Planet Coaster and Fallout and hosts a podcast all about forgotten stories from tech history.