Logitech G403 Prodigy Wired Vs. Roccat Kone Pure

G403 Prodigy Wired Kone Pure
G403 Prodigy Wired Kone Pure
No. of Buttons: 67
No. of Macro Keys: 
No. of Game Profiles: 
Connection: USB
Cable length: 2.13m1.8m
Wireless: No
Battery: No
Colour: BlackBlack
Ambidextrous: NoNo
Software: Logitech Gaming Software
Weights: Yes, 1 x 10g
Switch:  (Left / Right): 20 million clicks
Type: OpticalLaser
Brand: PixartAvago
Model: PMW3366ADNS-9800
Processor: 32-bit ARM
Lift off distance: 
DPI/CPI: 200 - 12,000 dpi200 to 8200
Memory Size: 576KB
Max tracking speed: 300 ips
Max acceleration: 40G
Response time: 1000 Hz (1ms)
NVIDIA Reflex: 
Colour Options:  16.8 million colors and brightness levels16.8 million
Lighting Effect: 
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 124 x 68 x 43mm
Weight (grams): 135 g90
Weight w/o cable: 87.3 g
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G403 Prodigy Wired

The G403 Prodigy Wired by Logitech uses an Optical sensor from Pixart, specifically the PMW3366, providing a DPI/CPI range of 200 - 12,000 dpi. This is combined with a 32-bit ARM processor. This results in a tracking speed of 300 ips, and a maximum acceleration of 40G. It uses a USB connection with a 2.13m cable. It weighs in at 135 g grams with the cable and 87.3 g without the cable, has 1 x 10g weights and is approximately 124 x 68 x 43mm (LxWxH).

Kone Pure

The Kone Pure by Roccat uses a Laser sensor from Avago, the ADNS-9800, providing a DPI/CPI range of 200 to 8200dpi, with a 1.8m cable. It weighs in at 90 grams with the cable.