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Logitech G G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse, black Review



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Revainrating 4 out of 5  
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Description of Logitech G G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse, black

Unleashing Unmatched Gaming Performance

Experience gaming like never before with the Logitech G G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse in black. This cutting-edge mouse boasts advanced 1ms wireless technology, ensuring lightning-fast response times and impeccable precision during intense gaming sessions. Its best-in-class next-generation HERO sensor, with an impressive sensitivity of 25K, sets new benchmarks for both performance and energy efficiency. With this remarkable combination, you'll enjoy an uninterrupted gaming experience for up to 60 hours, immersing yourself in the virtual world without...


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Just super, the product is made wonderfully, very satisfied.

In general, I recommend it, I liked it, before that I used the G5 and G500, the company has grown decently in technologies. And the software has always been on the PC is not good, buggy. I use quite a bit, in case something new appears, I will add a review here Some pros: the quality is not bad, convenient, wireless charging with a powerplay mat, I liked the design, beautiful lighting, weight adjustment, the mouse itself is not buggy, Cons below: the software on the PC is buggy, but it works…

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Average quality, not an outstanding product.

Frankly surprised by such quality for such a price and from such a company - shame and disgrace. I’m bringing it to change, I’ll try the same one - maybe I’ll be lucky and I’ll get a copy without marriage (naive) : changed to the same. The term of use is about a month. Double-click has appeared 1 time so far (it seemed possible). This one has more effort to press RMB. Raised rating from 2 to 3 Pros below: Holds a charge for a long time (about 3 days with an average game, 2 days with active…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I'm amazed! It was definitely worth the money!

With its pros: Yes, actually everything is fine, it fits comfortably in the hand, the connection quality is good, excellent accuracy. Different cons: Well, I’ll probably highlight the software, which is not very intuitive. And in the standby mode, the backlight turns on, which is generally nonsense. It's not critical for me.

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Poor product, below average quality.

This is the third Logitech in 10 years. G9x wired, g700 wireless, more successful models, could be customized, this product is not customizable. Obviously I expected more from Logitech for the money.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best thing for the money, glad I did it.

I work a lot with 3D graphics and play games, so an accurate, comfortable and nimble mouse was very important to me. In general, after the purchase of this mouse, I was very pleased. I advise. Has pros: - Feels good in the hand - convenient software for setting up additional keys - The wheel is pressed left and right, in general, the buttons are conveniently located. - The sensor is just super - Convenient charging cable. Some cons: Sometimes I touch one of the additional keys (when trying to…

Reliability: I've been using it for about 3 months, so I can't say. Previous Logitech mice failed after about 2-2.5 years. Razer was more reliable in this regard, but Aeroflot took it away when flying to Hong Kong. 2 - add, plz, to the essment of the convenience of the application =) Some pros: Not the first gaming mouse I use for work. There was both Logitech and Razer (I forgot on the plane! ). - very comfortable - adjustable weight - comfortable extras keys Would buy again. Its cons: The…

Revainrating 4 out of 5

A good product at a good price, I advise you to try it.

Pros: - Comfortable in the hand (right-handed) - Lightweight - Wireless - High accuracy - Communication stability - Holds a charge for a long time (I charge about once a week at 250 Hz and the backlight is off) - Pleasant tactile sensations - Inertial wheel (I can't imagine working in window applications without it) - Plenty of programmable buttons With its cons: -Comfortable in the hand (right-handed) - Lightweight - Wireless - High accuracy -Communication stability - Holds a charge for a long

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Im amazed! It was definitely worth the money!

Before buying, I used the same one for about 4 years, only wired, completely satisfied Experienced a lot of throwing on emotional grounds😅 Outwardly, nothing differs, except for the wheel, which dangles a little, although it doesn’t bother me personally I heard reviews that it was too heavy, but the first thing I put in it was a couple of weights In general, I am satisfied with the purchase, the wires are tired. It remains to purchase a complete mat with charging

  • Comfortable Reliable Technological
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The general impression is as if I bought a premium car with a huge mileage: it looks super, but at first something is always buggy, it falls off and an endless ride to the service. The second time I would not go through such a mutaten.

  • High-quality expensive mouse, but disgusting work with poppy (mac, macos) 1. excellent workmanship, button material, fits perfectly in the hand 2. Comes with weights that allow you to set the ideal weight 3. Very smooth cursor movement, even compared to other Logitech mice 4. two months of use - did not encounter sticky buttons and "double" taps, which some users describe
  • the obvious advantages of a mouse are unpleasantly offset by disgusting ergonomics in the poppy ecosystem 1. The built-in G HUB software disables system mouse settings in macos, in particular, it is impossible to enable reverse scrolling for the scroll wheel. Who is used to macos settings - work becomes a torment. After downloading third-party software, I managed to enable this feature, but it took half a day and another $15 2. G HUB cuts off system settings for mouse scroll speed, and default settings suggest very slow page scrolling. Again - third-party software, a couple of hours of work, additional expenses 3. without G HUB, all additional keys do not work, you cannot configure them with other logitech software from other mice 4. additional keys on the mouse cannot be configured as "pressing" ctrl, shift or other control keys - i. E. you cannot use additional mouse keys for keyboard shortcuts with the second hand. There are such settings in the software, but in reality they do not work. Why is it a mystery?

Before that, I took a gaming mouse from Asus - earth and sky, G502 is three times lighter, but it works an order of magnitude longer on a single charge, a convenient small receiver that can be placed anywhere, the signal strength does not cause any complaints, the polling frequency can be adjusted and this is essential affects the duration of work (actually, a thousand times per second is not needed in practice), despite the fact that there are not so many programmable buttons, this is…

  • Battery life, programmable buttons, ergonomics, weight, scroll unlock, side scroll.
  • Once it turned off out of the blue with an almost full charge and did not turn on for another half an hour. Side scroll initially almost never works as a side scroll, you need to program.

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Poor quality, not suitable for use.

what can I say? mouse for 8k, but the quality is like for 80r in the very first days, the elements of sliding under the arm were worn out, the rug began to cling. then the wheel turned on (it now spins like a real wheel from any breath of wind). but terribly inconvenient, the mouse simply cannot remember the preset, from which the set settings are constantly downloaded. I just want to throw it out the window

  • - feels good in the hand - you can change the weight with the help of additional weights - wireless connection works well - holds a charge for a long time
  • - quality. my wheel broke after 3 weeks of use - disgusting software. even with hyperX it is much more convenient - DPI change buttons are very inconveniently located. I often point my finger

I didn’t appreciate the battery life, because after 5 minutes of use it was decided to abandon the purchase. Still dreaming about G403 Hero but in wireless version Who uses mice at maximum DPI? 16000 is certainly cool, but I don’t know why, probably what would we sell to hamsters :D And if you look at how much a wireless charging mat costs now . Has some pros: Qualitatively assembled, not annoying backlight Can be weighted with weights by bringing the weight closer to the wired mouse View has…

I decided to please myself on the DR by buying a new mouse (although the old one is still on the go). Yep, pleased. The box from the mouse was not sealed, but did not attach any importance to this. A chip was also found at the input of the loading port and again did not attach any importance. I used it for less than a week and today during work the mouse scroll wheel just stopped working. Scrolling does not work in any program. The middle one itself, moreover, works, but that doesn’t make it…

  • I am a fan of Logitech and have been using this mouse model for 8 years (the last one worked for 5 years). Convenient, reliable, excellent software, how to lie down in the hand and additional weights.
  • Poor quality plastic compared to earlier batches. Hollow scroll wheel, unlike earlier versions. Lightweight weights. Previously there were 4x3.2g now only 4x2g The company changed the input of the charging port, from which it stopped supporting non-complete wires - it's not very pleasant, especially for users with magnetic chargers.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

One of the best deals, glad I bought this.

The first mouse from this company, I bought it on the advice of a friend and did not regret it, the mouse is excellent, I think it's worth the money

  • Wireless 3 days without recharging use Charges wirelessly on the mat Ideal weight for me Works well even on my table which has an uneven surface 2 mouse wheel scrolling modes for the game fixed, for forcing on sites free (so I'll call it)
  • So far haven't found any flaws.

A little niggle is related to G Powerplay. When you turn off the computer, the backlight on the mat turns off, but if you activate the mouse, the backlight turns on and stays on until you turn the computer on and off again. Pros: Excellent sensor, the ability to use with the G Powerplay mat, a lot of extras. buttons and all customizable, "infinite" mouse wheel scrolling, easy with the ability to increase the weight with weights. Has cons: Mouse wheel is loud. Price. Almost twice as expensive as

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A great option for this money, I definitely recommend it!

I took it for work to set up the necessary macros on the mouse. The mouse turned out to be magnificent, I have never regretted the purchase, although it is expensive. Feels great in the hand, excellent accuracy, all buttons are reconfigurable. It was not only possible to set it up so that the profiles were flashed in the mouse so that they could be transferred to other computers without software: as if there were only pre-wired modes.

  • Great mouse! It fits comfortably in the hand, a lot of buttons with a normal location: you don’t have to do gymnastic exercises with your fingers, all the buttons are where they can be pressed. Holds a charge for quite a long time. There is horizontal scrolling. There is a scrolling mode with cut-offs and free spinning of the wheel.
  • Price. Charging from ancient Micro USB.