Summary: I don't know how I could function without this mouse.
Pros: The Logitech software makes programming this mouse very simple. The dpi selection and dpi shift capabilities make for quick dpi adjustments on the fly. The six side buttons are extremely convenient. This mouse has a great feel, long lasting battery life. I just bought two rechargeable AA batteries but honestly I only change them once every two or three months and I abuse this thing daily. This mouse has changed the way I work (software development) and the way I game.
Cons: There is no way to manually scroll through profiles. Hopefully this is something that can be fixed in an update, but I'm not holding my breath.
Summary: I bought this mouse to finally step up my game. I'm rarely every unhappy with a Logitech product and this hasn't let me down.
Pros: Great value. Sturdy construction. I use it for everything, not just gaming. It feels high quality and I don't see any signs of wear after 8 months of non-stop use. The easy to reach DPI buttons make shifting on the fly a snap. Makes sniping in FPS games very easy. More than enough buttons for my needs.
Cons: Booklet doesn't give you very much information about the mouse. I have big thumbs and I sometimes hit the wrong thumb button. They're close together. Battery life is okay. It's not the greatest, but I'm not complaining for a budget gaming mouse.
Summary: I have always trusted my gaming needs to Logitech's mice. They always seem to know how to make a great mouse! Will definitely recommend to anyone who is a serious gamer but is skeptical about wireless mice.
Pros: +Comfortable +Programmable Buttons +Power Saving Mode (Handy when you get the low batt warning) +On-the-Fly DPI Changer
Questionable build quality and terrible ergonomics for large hands/palm grip
Geraldine Gardner, Amazon
7 February 2015
Summary: Received this mouse today, and boxed it back up to return for a refund within the hour. Pros: + Sensor works great + Range is better than I expected + Mouse wheel has a good feel - not too clicky, not too loose. It's a good size too. + I like the placement of the DPI buttons, they're out of the way enough to not be accidentally hit while being in a good spot to make an adjustment without taking your hand off the mouse.
Summary: For the price of the mouse ($80) I'd have expected a longer life from all of the clicking functions. I have had much cheaper mice that have lasted longer (until I do something stupid like spill super glue on them). However, for the abuse that the mouse was put through I guess it could be said that it lasted long enough, as the typical life of a mouse for me is two to three years.
Pros: -Extremely comfortable even for my large hands. It is very hard to find a mouse that I can use comfortably, as most mice feel too small and dainty, but this mouse is large enough and sculpted well enough that I can use it with almost no fatigue. -Fun lights? It will flash blue or green depending on the power mode you have it on. -Pretty good amount of buttons. It's got a lot without having too many, and all can be reached with a roll of the thumb. -The buttons that ch...
Cons: I've had this mouse for more than a year. In that time this mouse takes abuse from gaming, school and work. School and work involve a huge amount of CAD work, 3d modeling, post-production and graphic design, so finding a mouse that can take that much abuse and hold up is hard. That being said: -The mouse wheel center click went sporadic by the end of the third month of use, and died completely by the end of the 4th. The easy fix was to remap the center click function ...
Summary: Would have given it a 5 except just today the middle mouse button completely stopped working. It is almost a year after I got it, but it's a complete stop in a very important function. Also, another note, the G11 and G10 buttons are really hard for me to reach. Other than those things I absolutely love the mouse, the wing on the left is really useful for not dragging your thumb across your mouse pad and the feel of it is really nice.
Good, but could been better if Logitech took plus points from previous mouses.
29 January 2015
Summary: Over the years, I went from: G7 (proprietary battery) 2000 DPI Performace Mouse MX (left click started sticking after 5 years of use) 1500 DPI G700 (horrible battery life) 5700 DPI Now the G602... 2500 DPI All great mice, and I have already wrote why I had to leave the last three behind above. After getting used to the hyperscroll wheel on the MX and G700, going back to a normal one is a little annoying...
Summary: Battery life is great - used 5+ hours a day in endurance mode at work and a few hours every night in performance mode since I bought 3 months ago. NO LAG - I've tried a ton of BT mice, they all felt like jelly. The Logitech mice with the Unifying receiver were a step above those, but still felt imprecise. The G602 blows both types out of the water. I also toss it in my laptop bag everyday and it's been flopping around in there without any issues.
Summary: I love having this mouse. I do moderate gaming (casual FPS, lots of Minecraft) and A LOT of photo editing. It's nice on a 4k monitor to change sensitivity quickly. All buttons are easy to press without any wiggle. Battery life is amazing, I stick in rechargeable and they last for months. The Thumb buttons stick out, which makes hitting multiple buttons by mistake rare. It's also easy to use the side of your thumb.