Summary: I use this mouse mainly for MMO gaming. It's exactly what I needed. Not too many buttons, not too few. I love the positioning and shape of the buttons as well. I don't find myself accidentally hitting any of them and I was able to quickly memorize each one. I have larger than average hands (for a female) and use a hybrid palm/claw type grip and I find all of the buttons very easy to reach.
Pros: -Just the right amount of buttons -Buttons nicely shaped and positioned -Can change profiles on the fly -Comfortable for hybrid palm/claw grip
Pros: -1 ergonomics, hand stays in a good place and fingers do not rest over buttons. -2 has a fair amount of buttons despite not having any on the right side.
Cons: as the title say's -1 no o-t-f sensitivity (on he fly) i guess they call changing dpi the same as changing sensitivity, it is NOT the same thing!!! bring this feature to Proteus -2 no way to bind to a set dpi amount your only alowed to cycle up or down from the current level, which is confusing as hell in games when you have more than 3 levels you want to switch between Sent at 1:43 PM on Tuesday what is the deal with mouse companies scrapping features in the software...
Summary: More customization for colors on the LED would be a huge bonus. But all in all, the best mouse I've ever owned.
Pros: Comfortable. Perfect fit for my hand. All the buttons are easily accessible. Software is very user friendly and adjustments can be made in the blink of an eye. Extremely responsive to movement and clicks.
Cons: Pinky and Ring Fingers have no where to comfortably go except to be dragged along the mouse pad, so it has taken a few days to get use to but I've already grown accustomed to it. The only color LED you are able to use is blue. You can make it pulsate, or not glow at all (talking about the 'G').
Pros: Adjustable weight is nice even if I can't tell the difference too much, and being able to unlock the mouse wheel is good for casual non-precise scrolling.
Cons: DPI settings go from very low to medium with nothing in between standard, but can be adjusted with their program if you install it. It's also a little but small for my hand on the left side so my pinkie drags but it hasn't affected peformance.
The best sensor on the market in a pretty darn good shell
Jackson C., Newegg
1 week ago
Summary: Whether the G502 should appeal to you depends on what you look for in the mouse. Is having a pixel-precise mouse sensor the most important thing to you? Because you simply can't beat the G502 in that regard. You can flick as fast as you can and it's sensor will keep up the whole way. Ergonomically, the mouse is probably a claw/fingertip mouse, and if you intend to palm it definitely try it first.
Pros: -Most accurate sensor available to consumers, in my personal testing I observed zero acceleration and zero jitter -Surface tuning feature allows for extremely short lift-off distance -Extra buttons are placed well so that most grips can access just about all of them comfortably -Software is very well-designed and easy to use -Shell is very resistant to stains from oily or sweaty hands -Scroll wheel on free mode is very handy to have for scrolling through long document...
Cons: -Mouse is quite heavy even without the included weights applied -There were reports of the slippy feet coming off, however there is no pealing of any sort on mine leading me to believe that they may have changed adhesive and you can always buy replacements for $3 on the Logitech website -Left mouse button has a bit of vertical travel causing it to rattle when my hands are a bit moist and I click and then pull up off the button, not a huge deal but it bothers me -Middl...
Summary: I'm sad the G9 is no longer made. This G502 is a great mouse but it's not the best ever. That said, I'd still recommend it to anyone. It's very reminiscent of the G5 and a very well designed mouse.
Pros: It's very comfortable. Buttons are very logical. Has 3 thumb buttons! Free-wheel switch is easily accessible. Incredible DPI level.
Cons: Game profiles aren't the same as G9. It doesn't seem as full featured. Don't expect it to be the same. It feels a bit light and cheap compared to the G9.
Pros: This is a great mouse. I was concerned that this mouse was going to be narrow as some reviews state, but its not. Its a very comfortable grip immediately. Ive had many gaming mice and this one is the best yet. Its as cool as a R.A.T, sexy as a Razor and as reliable as Logitec.
Cons: Does not work properly on glass top tables without a mouse pad, unlike the ever superior ball mouse.