Logitech G602 Wireless gaming mouse, £52.99 @ ebay / zz1478963
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Logitech G602 Wireless gaming mouse, £52.99 @ ebay / zz1478963

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Found 24th Feb 2014
excellent price for this gaming mouse, probably one of the best on the market

Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse

250 hours of non-stop gaming. Your move.

With up to 250 hours of battery life, G602 redefines the laws of wireless gaming. From the pinpoint accuracy of the exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology to the extra high durability primary switches, you can count on G602 to dominate boss after boss.

Key Features
•Up to 250 hours of battery life1
•Power-saving, high-accuracy Delta Zero sensor technology
•Lag-free gaming-grade wireless
•Performance and Endurance modes maximize battery life
•Long-life buttons rated to 20 million clicks
•11 programmable buttons for customized game control2
•On-the-fly adjustable DPI
•For Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6.8 or higher

8 Comments

Love this mouse bought one a few weeks ago for £59.99 so awesome price. Heat added

Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me included) and there is no way i would spend £50ish quid for a wireless mouse. The latency issue should put most off. Buy a wired mouse (Cyborg RAT is super and i've had mine for a couple of years now no breakages, no loss of sensitivity from the micro switches etc).

Just checked the Cyborg 5 is less than this now on amazon, far better mouse
Edited by: "tighty" 24th Feb 2014

Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me included) and there is no way i would spend £50ish quid for a wireless mouse. The latency issue should put most off. Buy a wired mouse (Cyborg RAT is super and i've had mine for a couple of years now no breakages, no loss of sensitivity from the micro switches etc).

Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me included) and there is no way i would spend £50ish quid for a wireless mouse. The latency issue should put most off. Buy a wired mouse (Cyborg RAT is super and i've had mine for a couple of years now no breakages, no loss of sensitivity from the micro switches etc).

tighty

Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me … Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me included) and there is no way i would spend £50ish quid for a wireless mouse. The latency issue should put most off. Buy a wired mouse (Cyborg RAT is super and i've had mine for a couple of years now no breakages, no loss of sensitivity from the micro switches etc).Just checked the Cyborg 5 is less than this now on amazon, far better mouse


I have been using Microsoft SideWinder X8 for over 2 years and never had any proble with it being wireless.

you also have to consider the weight of the mouse with those batteries in. I'll admit that the latency issue is non evident with todays 4g wireless connectivity but I would still avoid bluetooth connections.

Anyway this mouse or a RAT 5/7 is a no brainer wired or not. far better quality and customization with the RAT.

Ive been watching this mouse not move in price for months, bought last week and now it drops, bah! Begrudgingly hot

I hate wired mice while gaming as the wire is so annoying. Have used the G700 for about 2 years which was excellent, just replaced it with this and Id rate this higher though I do miss the profiles the G700 had the ability to store. No lag issues as far as I can tell, well built and high quality. Can always use one battery instead of two to reduce the weight, I use just one eneloop without problem, 10 hours in and the indicator still shows full power, sweet!

tighty

Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me … Only a serious gamer would spend this sort of money on a mouse (me included) and there is no way i would spend £50ish quid for a wireless mouse. The latency issue should put most off. Buy a wired mouse.



Afaik, low-input latency is one of the features of this mouse. It has a polling rate of 500.
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