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Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse £38.99 @ Amazon

£38.99 @ Amazon
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#1
why is this cold?
2 Likes #2
Great mouse, works on glass and shiny surfaces no problem. The default batteries it came with lasted me 4 months with 3 to 4 hours of use per day, just note that it doesn't use the unifying receiver found on other Logitech mice but still great nonetheless. Heat from me.
#3
Bought one a few weeks back on lightning deal. Sent it back after a few days. Had some occasional skipped beats, possibly cos of the amount of junk I have between receiver and sender....but I don't know - just didn't feel comfortable....maybe it was too accurate, but my web browsing and general use was always a bit wonky and could never get a perfect feel. Back to the good old dell cheapo wired :)
1 Like #4
Midnight Tboy
Bought one a few weeks back on lightning deal. Sent it back after a few days. Had some occasional skipped beats, possibly cos of the amount of junk I have between receiver and sender....but I don't know - just didn't feel comfortable....maybe it was too accurate, but my web browsing and general use was always a bit wonky and could never get a perfect feel. Back to the good old dell cheapo wired :)


I had a similar problem - base unit is on the floor, mouse on the table and a load of junk in between. I moved the receiver up onto the desk and its never skipped a beat since.
Battery life is very good, overall an excellent wireless mouse. i would recommend it.
#5
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?
2 Likes #6
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?


their G502 model :)
#7
Good for mousing, but the middle click on the wheel is prone to being useless after barely any use - just like mine :(
#8
Possible to get it for £29 on amazon warehouse with the 20% student discount if anyone is interested :).
#9
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?
I bought the Sumvision Kane Pro Keyboard and Mouse combo for £20. While the keyboard is a bit meh, the mouse is superb for the price. Downsside is only 2 side buttons but thats all I need for CS:GO and Overwatch.
If you have more money to spend my friend recommends the Corsair Scimitar
#10
Great mouse, been using for the past 8 months
1 Like #11
Terroface
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?


their G502 model :)


Exactly. I Have G502 and its awesome.
#12
Great mouse, got it for this 6 months ago and don't regret it.
#13
Just get the Logitech G600.
#14
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?


G502 is awesome but if You want something cheaper You can check G402 for 29.99 @amazon.
#15
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?
I have a g502, love it, but if I was getting a new gaming mouse now I would be looking at the new g403 or g900 models, they can be used as wired or wireless, and from what I've been told the wireless performance in terms of latency is as good as any wired mouse.

I did buy this g602 for my laptop today though as my old m505 broke the other day, was looking at this and around 6 other wireless mice last night then noticed this was on sale this morning, was just coming on here to post it :p


Edited By: Puppeh on Sep 24, 2016 11:24
#16
I have the LOGITECH MX Master Wireless Darkfield Mouse. Absolutely fantastic and last for days and great for games a s well
#17
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?


I picked up a Corsair M65 for I think half price a while back, and I love it. Feels really nice, tough and weighty. Would recommend.
#18
Midnight Tboy
Bought one a few weeks back on lightning deal. Sent it back after a few days. Had some occasional skipped beats, possibly cos of the amount of junk I have between receiver and sender....but I don't know - just didn't feel comfortable....maybe it was too accurate, but my web browsing and general use was always a bit wonky and could never get a perfect feel. Back to the good old dell cheapo wired :)

Try this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rapoo-7800P-Wireless-Gaming-5000dpi/dp/B00606TG0S/

Uses 5Ghz wifi instead of the overcrowded 2.4Ghz. Has less buttons though - but I'm old school and only use left right and the wheel. Oh and the batteries last several months.
2 Likes #19
I ordered this as my G700 Logitech mouse is a complete waste of space when it comes to running on batteries, so much so that I have used it as a wired mouse for ages. I wish that I had returned it to Amazon when I realsied just how poor it was.

From what I have read this G602 should be an improvement over the newer but crappier G700.

Heat added and thanks OP.
#20
Great mouse, very reliable wireless connection, really long battery life and solidly built. But, it has a problem with the middle mouse wheel click eventually stop working, which is annoying if you like to use it to open/close tabs.

Logitech will replace it free of chance, but I'm now on my third replacement G602 and finally just bought a G900 out of frustration. Still a great deal though.
#21
neils31


I had a similar problem - base unit is on the floor, mouse on the table and a load of junk in between. I moved the receiver up onto the desk and its never skipped a beat since.

Battery life is very good, overall an excellent wireless mouse. i would recommend it.


I wouldn't recommend, simple for the skipping reasons. Made my internet browsing bad for months until I figured the problem. On the other hand it was great when it worked fine.
#22
tuziol84
pjazzy
Hijacking this deal. What's a good wired mouse for gaming?
G502 is awesome but if You want something cheaper You can check G402 for 29.99 @amazon.

I went from a G500 to a G502, I've got small hands and could not get used to the grip of the G502, which seems more suited to claw/fingertip users.

The G500 for me fits better as palm grip style mouse. Is their a mouse out there which I could upgrade to, that's suited to a palm grip mouse?
1 Like #23
weiran
Great mouse, very reliable wireless connection, really long battery life and solidly built. But, it has a problem with the middle mouse wheel click eventually stop working, which is annoying if you like to use it to open/close tabs.

Logitech will replace it free of chance, but I'm now on my third replacement G602 and finally just bought a G900 out of frustration. Still a great deal though.

Middle mouse button can be fixed by adding machine oil / WD40 on the button. Did that to two and they are working fine again.
Thought about getting the G900 too, but didn't as the battery life is too different.

Edited By: eyezpy on Sep 24, 2016 14:29
#24
Great mouse. Prefer it over my Performance MX.
#25
Problem is the mouse only goes up to a maximum of 2,500 DPI which is pathetic by gaming mouse standards. I just bought a corsair gaming mouse for £40 that has up to 10,000 DPI.
#26
I'll stick to my Logitech MX1000
#27
And again nothing for left hand players..
2 Likes #28
Naraldeth
Problem is the mouse only goes up to a maximum of 2,500 DPI which is pathetic by gaming mouse standards. I just bought a corsair gaming mouse for £40 that has up to 10,000 DPI.


Seems you have bought into the marketing **** that bigger number means better!! I have this mouse and on average I have the DPI set at around 1250 for gaming whilst on the desktop it is at its full 2500. Do a bit of research (I did a lot before buying this mouse!!) and you will find that actually most pro gamers recommend low DPI mice.
#29
I've got a g502 that I use with my gaming PC but I'm tempted to get one of these to try it and possibly use with my laptop. Aside from no adjustable weights and less buttons how does this compare ergonomically?
#30
JustExtreme
I've got a g502 that I use with my gaming PC but I'm tempted to get one of these to try it and possibly use with my laptop. Aside from no adjustable weights and less buttons how does this compare ergonomically?


It is sort of adjustable weight because you can run it off 1 battery.
#31
asl3312
Naraldeth
Problem is the mouse only goes up to a maximum of 2,500 DPI which is pathetic by gaming mouse standards. I just bought a corsair gaming mouse for £40 that has up to 10,000 DPI.
Seems you have bought into the marketing **** that bigger number means better!! I have this mouse and on average I have the DPI set at around 1250 for gaming whilst on the desktop it is at its full 2500. Do a bit of research (I did a lot before buying this mouse!!) and you will find that actually most pro gamers recommend low DPI mice.
Haven't bought into anything. I have a history of gaming and technical prowess. Bigger DPI is naturally better. Gamers use different DPI depending on the game but if you play any kind of twitch game where reflexes win out you won't find anybody using less than 4k DPI. I use 6k for league of legends and around 7 or 8 for shooters.
#32
Great mouse and so handy. Good few buttons on the side, very comfortable and you can use 1 or 2 batteries in it. I think they give you a couple of Duracell batteries with it. Also there's 2 modes a blue and green mode, green being power saving and blue performance ;)

This is pretty much a perfect product I can't fault it at all :))
#33
Naraldeth
asl3312
Naraldeth
Problem is the mouse only goes up to a maximum of 2,500 DPI which is pathetic by gaming mouse standards. I just bought a corsair gaming mouse for £40 that has up to 10,000 DPI.
Seems you have bought into the marketing **** that bigger number means better!! I have this mouse and on average I have the DPI set at around 1250 for gaming whilst on the desktop it is at its full 2500. Do a bit of research (I did a lot before buying this mouse!!) and you will find that actually most pro gamers recommend low DPI mice.
Haven't bought into anything. I have a history of gaming and technical prowess. Bigger DPI is naturally better. Gamers use different DPI depending on the game but if you play any kind of twitch game where reflexes win out you won't find anybody using less than 4k DPI. I use 6k for league of legends and around 7 or 8 for shooters.

400 - 800dpi is what you'll find most pros use for FPS, at 7/8k you won't be hitting anything reliably, as the slightest movement would have you do two 360 spins - can't speak for LoL though. :p

The insanely high dpi is most certainly marketing bs, the option is nice, but still a gimmick in terms of FPS.
#34
Eh each to their own buddy. I am ranked very high in league and used to run top tier in cs:go at 8k DPI. I just can't stand slow mouse movement. But like I said each to their own. There's a pro that plays league on a trackball competitively. Now that's insane.
#35
Naraldeth
Eh each to their own buddy. I am ranked very high in league and used to run top tier in cs:go at 8k DPI. I just can't stand slow mouse movement. But like I said each to their own. There's a pro that plays league on a trackball competitively. Now that's insane.


Is your mouse sensitivity set insanely low then? 8k would be far too twitchy for me. Resolution is also a factor.
#36
Yeah kinda medium - low sensitivity and I run 1920 resolution
#37
Think about what you guys are saying for just a second... "pro's" use low dpi? You'll find that they simply using what works for them, nothing logical about their choice of setup. People buying these high dpi mice then switching them to a low as possible whilst bumping up the sensitivity setting in game/windows makes me laugh. Utterly clueless.



Edited By: Glix on Sep 24, 2016 20:29
#38
Been using one if these for 18 months now, still works perfectly, only downside, as previously mentioned is the receiver range and the relative low dpi, the battery life is huge.
#39
adam45417
Possible to get it for £29 on amazon warehouse with the 20% student discount if anyone is interested :).


how the hell do you go about obtaining student discount ?
#40
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