Logitech G Powerplay Wireless Charging Mat Review

Logitech G has solidified itself as one of the premier gaming company's in the world; with the releases of their wireless mice and gaming keyboards they cannot be stopped it seems.

One area that Logitech has always been strong in has been mousepads, and their latest take on one is one of the most unique on the market.

The Logitech G Powerplay Wireless Charging Mat may seem gimmicky at first, but we'll show you just how it is the real deal.

Basic Information

  • Length: 321 mm
  • Width: 344 mm
  • Depth: 43 mm
  • Control module height: 10 mm
  • Charging surface thickness: 2 mm
  • Cloth Mouse Pad thickness: 2 mm
  • Hard Mouse Pad thickness: 2 mm
  • Cable Length (Power/Charging): 1.83 m

First Impressions

I have to admit, I was skeptical of the Logitech G Powerplay when I first investigated it; the reasoning behind this mousepad is to ditch the charging cords of your Logitech wireless mice.

Designed to work hand in hand with Logitech G703 and G903, the Powerplay makes an argument to go full wireless if you are in the market for a new setup.

Material - Score 90

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The Logitech Powerplay comes bundles with both a hard mousepad and the standard cloth one.

Both surfaces are well-known mouse pads and you should not encounter any issues while using them.

This was the expected outcome of these materials, so smooth sailing so far for the Logitech Powerplay.

Wireless Charging - Score 95

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The whole idea surrounding the Powerplay so that your battery does not fall under 86%. As soon as it does the Powerplay kicks into charging mode, and it works anywhere on the mat.

It works perfectly all the time, no issues what so ever when it comes to performance and makes a great accessory for the G703 and G903

Our Score


  • Easy To Use
  • Logitech Ecosystem
  • Performance


  • Price
  • Only compatible with two Logitech mice

The Logitech G Powerplay is a great companion mouse pad if you already own the G703 or the G903; going hand-in-hand with these mice will make you never want a new mouse or pad again.

If you do not already own one of these gaming mice, it is an expensive setup to go after so be cautious of that.

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