Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G602
- Provide 8x the battery life of other wireless gaming mice
- A lag-free experience through a 2.4 GHz wireless connection
- A 2-millisecond report rate
- Can re-assign any game command or multi-command macro
- Delta Zero sensor optimizations for high-accuracy cursor control
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Now for the downside... As soon as you try to install this on a windows 8 (or higher) machine, windows will install it's own generic driver. This renders all of the extra modes and programmable buttons useless. I searched for hours for a solution. I tried different versions of the Logitech software. I read some people were doing fresh installs of windows, just to get the mouse to function, spending hours trying to find registry errors, etc... Don't bother with any of it. It's not going to work. Read on for instructions that work.
Go to the control panel>Device manager>[find your mouse]>right click>properties>update driver. When the dialog box pops up, choose "Browse My Computer For Driver Software." Then, click browse and navigate to to where the "Logitech Gamming Software" is located. In the case of a standard install, it will be located in C:\Program Files\Logitech Gaming Software. Finally, click next. Done! It should now be listed as Logitech Gaming Receiver in the device manager. Open the Logitech Gaming Software. You should now be able to use all of the functions of the mouse.
First, this mouse is wireless and requires AA batteries to operate. HOWEVER, you DO NOT have to use TWO AA Batteries, you can use a SINGLE AA battery. When playing FPS, a single AA is better suited and cut the weight down by about 25 gram from 130 or so to 107 grams, much better for fast action. When playing other games like RTS or MMOA, I think two AA is okay, but you should judge for yourself. 107 grams is pretty much inline with some of the other wired gaming mouse other including the cord weight.
The Logitech Gaming Software is pretty awesome and you can actually customize all the buttons, you can read up on that. I will just give me some quick pro and cons from a user perspective after using it for about six months playing Overwatch:
Wireless, skip the cord and the bungee holder (I can't go back to wired mice any more)
Customizable buttons make melee, reload, and using abilities easy and quick
Decent tactile feedback on the LMB and RMB, not mechanical but good enough.
Shape is pretty comfortable.
Weight quite a bit for FPS with both batteries
Mouse is a bit on the larger side and make not be comfortable for some
Middle click seems to be a common problem, mine seem to have that issue now.
Polling is at 500Hz instead of 1000Hz like some other top end wireless mouse out there.
Conclusion, if you want a wireless mouse and don't want to spend top dollars for the Logitech G403, G900, or G903, I think this will suit your needs.
I've owned this mouse for over three years and have never been gentle with it. It's gone overseas stuffed in a backpack, been used as a makeshift pillow (on those late night gaming sessions where the body quits before the will...), been stepped on, dropped, left in the sun, left in the cold, and has even had an accidental steam spa session in a hotel bathroom. Now it spends its days shoved in a backpack to and from my university.
Like I said, it's never been treated gently. And yet, it's going strong. It's as responsive as the day I got it (there is zero input lag and anybody who tells you differently needs to review the he response rate of the human nervous system, which is slower than this mouse), the lettering hasn't worn off at all, and everything is in perfect working order. This mouse was a good purchase.
Ergonomics: This mouse is comfortable and really holds your hand well. My girlfriend often attempts to The side buttons are easily distinguished from one another and are comfortable to use.
Adjustable DPI: The adjustable DPI buttons are often useful for gaming. As an example, when playing Overwatch I'll set my DPI rather high when using Junkrat but drop it nice and low for Widowmaker. Or, while playing the Witcher 3, I'll adjust my DPI on the fly if I'm fighting, going through conversation options, or navigating my inventory.
Battery Life: I change the batteries on this little guy a few times a year. I can't even tell you how long they last because it's too long to track; it's just not something I ever think about. Logitech bundles the mouse with optional software that will tell you when your battery life is low, as well. It's worth noting here that I [mostly] turn the mouse off when not in use. The mouse is equipped with an energy saving mode that I never use unless my battery begins to die.
Sensor: This mouse can be used on MOST surfaces, with very few exceptions. First, the surface must be flat. Dips or bumps will affect tracking. Second, it can't be wet. Moisture can affect the senor. Besides that, I've yet to find a surface the mouse struggles with. I've even used it on fabric furniture arms for gaming, which wasn't ideal due to drag... but the mouse tracked perfectly nonetheless. I'd be interested to know if anyone else has--if you've had issues, leave me a comment. I'm curious.
Performance: The mouse has a listed response rate of 2ms. Despite the assertions of many hardcore gamers, they cannot detect lag from a device like this; a wireless mouse is absolutely adequate for gaming. The average human brain has a response ceiling at around 12ms, so claiming one can detect input lag on a 2ms mouse is ludicrous.
CONCLUSION: If you want a SOLID gaming mouse that is comfortable, durable, and versatile, that combines outstanding battery life and game-ready performance, I recommend you consider this device. It has never let me down despite the abuse I've leveled against it and I continue to use it to this day. I've had several friends buy them after playing a bit on mine, even when the price ranged between $50-$70. Now at only $40 it's a no-brainer.