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Grab the powerful Logitech G903 SE wireless gaming mouse on sale for $75

The Logitech G903 SE wireless optical gaming mouse (opens in new tab) has dropped to just $74.99 at Best Buy. The G903 usually sells for around $100 and often goes as high as $120. Recently the mouse dropped to $80 on Amazon (opens in new tab), but Best Buy has that beat by a few bucks more. This price is close to the lowest we've ever seen.

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This mouse can charge wirelessly while you play. It has an adjustable DPI up to 12,000, a powerful sensor for precise tracking, and a battery life that lasts up to 32 hours. Customizable buttons and ambidextrous design.

The Logitech G903 Lightspeed has some of the fastest response times of any wireless mouse around, which makes it great for hyper competitive games and twitch-based gameplay like shooters. It claims to be just as responsive as any wired mouse, in fact. The G903 has advanced mechanical button tensioning for a clean crisp feeling when pressing the buttons.

It also has RGB lighting that you can personalize and make your own. The wireless battery lasts for up to 24 hours with the lighting activated, but you can extend that time to up to 32 hours by turning the custom lights off.

Because the 11 buttons are all programmable, you can configure them for either the right or left hand, making this mouse ambidextrous so it appeals to all gamers. Especially the more sophisticated left-handed gamer (Source: am left-handed). The PMW3366 optical sensor has zero smoothing, filtering, or acceleration and works across the entire DPI range, which is adjustable between 200 and 12,000 DPI.

With the money you're saving on this mouse, you could invest those savings into the PowerPlay mouse pad (opens in new tab). It's a unique system that is only compatible with this mouse and the Logitech G703 (opens in new tab) and charges them wirelessly while you play.

One of the reasons for this price drop is that the G903 got an update this year. The G903 Hero (opens in new tab), however, features only a few improvements (better sensor, better battery, etc) but goes for as much as $130.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.