Logitech G703 vs Zowie EC2

Both of these mice are ergonomic but the G703 is a much larger mouse than the EC2, so please be sure to check on your hand size and grip type to see what suits you best.

Both shapes are very comfortable and have a lot of fans in gaming communities. If you're a medium sized hand you're likely to find the EC2 more comfortable. The only exception is if you like palming large mice, for larger handed people the G703 is going to be more comfortable.

Sensor and tracking is a wash, both mice have perfect tracking and raw input.

I like buttons on the G703 more than the EC2, just better tensioning and more responsive. The EC1 has stiffer clicks that I don't particularly like.

The G703 obviously also has an advantage in being wireless, just more free movement compared to the EC1. Although, the lower weight and soft cable of the EC1 make it close.

No hard reccos here, it comes down to hand size.

Side-by-Side Comparison

Mouse nameLogitech G703Zowie EC2
PictureLogitech G703 - Check Priceread review
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Zowie EC2 - Check Priceread review
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Weight107.2 grams93g
Buttons2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
SensorPixart PMW3366Pixart PMW3360
Cable/WirelessWirelessSoft rubber cable
Battery Life30 hoursN/A
SoftwareLogitech Gaming Software:
Surface tuning
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
No software:
DPI settings are preprogrammed
Step 1: 400 DPI
Step 2: 800 DPI
Step 3: 1600 DPI
Step 4: 3200 DPI
Warranty2 year warrantyUnknown length
ProsComfortable shape for big hands
Reasonable weight for the size
Solid clicks and feel
Comfortable super popular shape
Flexible rubber cord
Flawless sensor
ConsSize is not suited for a lot of hand sizes
Loud scroll wheel
Issues with accidental clicks

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