Free logitech mouse mat (£17.99) with a pre order of the Logitech G502 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse - £129 @ Currys
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Free logitech mouse mat (£17.99) with a pre order of the Logitech G502 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse - £129 @ Currys

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Posted 18th MayEdited by:"CBeems"
  • 11 programmable buttons
  • Up to 16000 DPI
  • Up to 60 hours battery life
  • USB rechargeable
  • RGB LED lighting

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Actually you get the G240 mouse pad
CBeems18/05/2019 17:09

OH man I done goofed...


Don't worry, we all do that sometimes lol
Already have the Hero wired version. A mouse bungee will suffice rather the £80ish premium for wireless option
In my mind i would always be worried about the input lag, how ever small, for something as important as a mouse, always wired for me.
Daytrader18/05/2019 19:10

In my mind i would always be worried about the input lag, how ever small, …In my mind i would always be worried about the input lag, how ever small, for something as important as a mouse, always wired for me.


I would have thought the same. Check out the review in the description. The guy is a competitive player and tests the latency. This mouse is too much for me (I thought it came with the powerplay) but when the price of them comes down the wire may go the way of the dodo
CBeems18/05/2019 19:14

I would have thought the same. Check out the review in the description. …I would have thought the same. Check out the review in the description. The guy is a competitive player and tests the latency. This mouse is too much for me (I thought it came with the powerplay) but when the price of them comes down the wire may go the way of the dodo


Just watched the video, very good, maybe i will also be tempted in the future if i see it at a better price, cheers
Once you go wireless there is no going back but not at this price.
CBeems18/05/2019 19:14

when the price of them comes down the wire may go the way of the dodo


It's always surprised me that replacing your mouse batteries every few months has been more than a passing fad.

I guess some people just don't have the desk setup for a USB powered mouse to work.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 18th May
EndlessWaves18/05/2019 22:25

It's always surprised me that replacing your mouse batteries every few …It's always surprised me that replacing your mouse batteries every few months has been more than a passing fad.I guess some people just don't have the desk setup for a USB powered mouse to work.


Wireless is a cleaner look and less hassle particularly if you're using a computer for work
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