Summary: With how easy this mouse can fail to work the price should be 29.99!
Pros: It's a great mouse when it was working....
Cons: I got the G502 when it first came out so I paid 85 dollars for it! I loved it, till last Thursday it fell off my desk a 27 inch fall (yes I measured it) it was enough to end this mouse! I have a cheap backup no name brand mouse that feels like it was made for 50 cents. Since it is a mouse I don't...
Pros: ~Fits small and medium hands extremely well ~Rubberized in just the right spots ~Great control! I can make the finest sniper shot even with a high dpi setting ~The weight system let me tune to perfection ~Love the free-spinning wheel option! ~The heavy steel wheel has a great feel in free or clic...
Tremendous build quality, but irksome thumb button is a deal breaker
Michael S., Newegg
23 June 2015
Summary: I eventually did RMA and return the mouse. I ordered a G303 and G400S as alternatives to try. The G400S is two years old now, but still very fast (4,000 DPI) but very light with no weight adjustments.
Pros: + Sensor quality is unbelievable -- beyond what any normal human could get out of it. Going over 6,000 dpi doesn't seem like a typical use case, but nice to have the option. + Love the overall shape, especially as a longtime G5 user with a claw/fingertip grip. Glide is also very smooth on a hard ...
Cons: Unfortunately, the real deal breaker for me is the "DPI shift" thumb button, which I was constantly fighting with. If you have a claw or fingertip grip like me, where you move the mouse left or right with your thumb and pinky finger on either side and your wrist resting on your desk -- there's no...
Pros: Nice comfortable mouse, and I love the wheel lock button that lets you "spin" the wheel without friction; very helpful when scrolling quickly on large web pages, but also very sensitive. The mouse also feels very smooth and accurate, but not much different than any other gaming mouse I suppose.
Cons: Can be a little easy to accidentally click the wrong thumb buttons when gaming.
Summary: Get this mouse, its perfect for any type of gaming especially for FPS. The extra buttons can also give you advantages in games like MMo's and MOBA's for key binds.
Pros: This is hands down the best mouse I have ever owned. I upgraded to this mouse from the logitech G5 which was also a great mouse. I think that the G502 proteus core was built upon the G5's design with extra features. I really like the feel of this mouse. Don't be fooled by its unique looking appea...
Cons: Nothing really about the performance, but I would've liked if there were maybe more lights on the mouse where you could customize. Not a big deal though.
Summary: My g500 died recently decided to go with this one after seeing some reviews. Don't regret going for another g500 at all, this is a worthy upgrade. Only have tested this with League of legends so far playing mostly Lee Sin.
Pros: Very smooth tracking, comfortable, nice texture, good upgrade, looks good with my k70 Corsair keyboard.
Cons: Takes about a day to get used to that's all I can think of.
Summary: I would be careful. It's good while it lasts, but it's expensive to replace.
Pros: When it works, this mouse is great. The adjustable sensitivity is a nicety I never knew I wanted.
Cons: When it dies, it dies dead. Even now, I'm actively fighting this mouse's constant left clicking. It's a shame, because this mouse is great otherwise. I'm knocking off two stars because it didn't even last a year.
Summary: Ontrac, i wasn't notified which vendor my product was coming from but whichever vendors use Ontrac i wish i was able to blacklist them and it may ultimately lead to me ordering from another site. I miss my beautifully and carefully handled newegg boxes from UPS/USPS.
Pros: The mouse was a great upgrade for me i needed an adjustable high dpi, high accuracy mouse for CSS and CSGO surfing and this mouse does all of that and more.