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Pros: - Insane battery life, and I prefer having AA's that I can swap out and use my own Eneloops and charger as needed (about 250 hours in Endurance mode)
- Perfect fit for my hand (avge build 6 ft guy)
- Programmable buttons with the Logitech software can be configured for virtually any program, with tons of single or multi-key options
Cons: - One major fatal flow - the inevitable left click failure.
- No free scroll wheel
- Kinda mid range pricey if not on sale. It goes on sale fairly often though
- It will sometimes lose the assigned button command in an application, if you have multiple programs open designating a command for that button. In those instances it requires opening and closing the software program. That action just re-associates, or re-finds the button assignment.
Overall Review: This is my second G602 purchase and my fourth G602 mouse. The first one was warrantied twice in the three year warranty period for a total of three actual mice on the one purchase, when including the original. both warranties were for the exact same problem: The left click starts failing.
So why am I repurchasing this mouse if it has the well known left click flaw that makes it last about a year under heavy use? (research it and you'll see) Because I can't find another mouse like this one. It's not the best wireless gaming mouse (that goes to the G900) and it's not the best wireless productivity mouse (that goes to the MX master 2S), but I think it is the best combo mouse out there, meaning you can still game and be productive with it. It's just not the 100 % best mouse for either application. But as an all round daily driver I find it's perfect for me in terms of fit, function and application to task, when using the Logitech software.
With the six thumb buttons, I find I can reach five of them easily: the three bottom and the forward two on top. Whether using Adobe products, Vegas, other NLE's or programs, or gaming, those five are easily reachable for me. The top back one is an awkward placement for me so I barely use it. You can program these buttons for single or multi-button commands to your hearts content. In Vegas I use them for forward / back scroll, send to timeline, marker, and split. The top two left finger DPI buttons can also be reprogrammed per individual application but I tend to use them for the same command as it's too easy to hit both at once and not distinguish them properly in game or application. They're my delete key in programs. Middle click becomes pause / play in NLE's, or switch weapon / secondary weapon in game.
I should say I am not a hard core gamer so other's complaints about lag may be warranted; but I find this mouse is fine for me playing occasional WoW, ROTTR, COD or Battlefield. In games I switch to performance; in editing I used Endurance mode. I also don't use high DPI settings so 2500 DPI is fine for me. I'm more comfortable between 800 to 1,000
There are better per application mice out there but I can't find a wireless one to replace this with, considering all the reasons I like it as a multi-performer. Logitech has replaced the warrantied ones without much hassle so I'm OK with that. Yah it's an inconvenience, but I have a backup. It's an odd rationale to keep using a mouse that fails but I refuse to shell out the CAD $200 + change for a G900 Chaos Spectrum, and can't find a number one replacement from any other company.
I jumped on this one on Black Friday for $56 CAD, to have as the backup for when - not if - my current G602 fails. Call me crazy but until I can find something that beats this, I'll continue to shell out for it knowing it will most definitely fail after one year of heavy use.
Buyer beware. This is a flawed mouse with mid to high end performance in gaming, and excellent multi-use in applications.
Pros: - fits nicely to hand
- steady and programmable
Cons: - my left primary button started to double click. Makes almost everything to do functionality almost nil (highlights everything, no drag and drop, opens up multiple windows, pauses videos, ect). Apparently this has to do with the copper click plate in the omron switches on the motherboard. I am going to try and fix this ridiculously fiddly thing but who knows if it will work. Sad that a 80$ object is useful for only 2 years.
- exact same thing is happening to my SO's g602 mouse. He has owned it for about 2.16 years.
Pros: This mouse is just flat out amazing. I have been using a Razer Lachesis for years now and got this as an upgrade. Boy am I happy I did. First off the switches in this mouse are just incredible, they have just the right amount of tactile bump/click that I just love. They appear to be faster switches as well. In game I am noticing much faster click response times. Second I love that this is a truly lag free wireless mouse. No more tangled mouse cables for me. The lighting is nice but a useless option for sure but this can be switched off if you choose to save battery life. I haven't tested this yet. Third I love the weight of this mouse. Logitech just nailed it (They do also include optional weights to make it heavier even). The ergonomics are also quite amazing and this is one of the most comfortable mice I have ever used.
Overall Review: I would definitely recommend this mouse.
Pros: This mouse can either be used as Wired or Wireless, the Mouse has a built in battery and is charged with the wired portion.
It is controlled and setup using Logitech all in one software that uses most of the modern Logitech devices like my Camera and Keyboard.It comes with a weight which i installed because the mouse doesn't weigh much.and it will hold a charge wireless for 20 hours, can be used while charging.
Cons: As of now i cannot find any cons
Overall Review: For the Price , this is a wonderful mouse with insane tracking, i'm a gamer and this mouse is crazy fast and would recommend it for gamers
Pros: Same 3360 sensor as the G900, same amazing FPS performance as the G900, 1ms response time, weight, RGB, etc, What makes it stand out is the simplicity of the mouse and the shape. It feels like a Razer Death Adder. Rubber grips on the sides make it a better mouse. Excellent grip. It fits higher in the palm of my hand and for my larger hands, I'm more accurate. It just feels better than the G900 for me. The G900 is narrower than this model. It's an excellent FPS mouse that is very approachable. I never have miss clicks or have accidental clicks like I experienced with the G900.
Cons: Battery life is a tad less. With RGB lights on I get 24 hours with the G900, for this mouse it's 22 hours. Who cares frankly?
Overall Review: Buy it because you'll love it especially if your hands are a bit larger. I love it.
Pros: I love the feel, not too heavy and very comfortable to use. Battery life is substantial and the macros can be very helpful. Connectivity is surprisingly painless and I love that I don't have to manually turn it off and on when I want to use it.
Cons: The scroll wheel click went out after just a few months. I use it pretty often, so maybe it just wasn't designed for so many key presses in such a short span of time.
Really disappointing, was hoping I wouldn't need a replacement for at least a few years.
***UPDATE: After contacting Logitech customer service and consulting about the warranty, Logitech sent me a brand spankin' new mouse based off of my word alone!!!
I've never experienced such great customer service, and honestly an experience like this gives me so much trust in Logitech, and I'm now far more compelled to invest my money into their products.
Overall Review: Logitech is the way to go; a company that stands behind their products.
Pros: =Having large hand I can get a full palm grip on this mouse with room to spare, came from hybrid claw, palm on smaller mouse
-Precise short throw switches allow for faster actuation
-Having extensive hours on FPS titles I can actually tell there's less delay than my old wired mouse, very slight, yet noticeable and significant for competitive games
-Thumb buttons are in the exact location I wished they were going to be and there's enough room under the buttons to allow a firm, comfortable, and relaxed grip
-Reasonable amount of learning to get accustomed to the staggered mouse 1 and mouse 2
-Mouse 1 & 2 are separated from the actual shell of the mouse, fitment and tolerances in the gap are within extreme precision standards of engineering and production quality
-Software was quick to setup, and it actually doesn't suck, also my G610 interacts on same software
-Mouse wheel takes what I'd consider a proper amount of force to rotate
-Mouse shows battery level for ~10 seconds when turned on via the scroll wheel RGB led then returns to previously known RGB setting
-While the RGB played 0 factor in my decision to pick up this mouse, and my first RGB piece in my lifetime, to me, it looks crisp, clean, and not over saturated
-Instant on from its standby position
-RGB interacts with Discord voip, cool feature for RGB fanatics, although I really don't find it useful whatsoever unless you need to know the source of comms
-Like most every enthusiast grade peripheral Logitech produces, it's fantastic
-Rubber literally isn't too tacky, nor slippery when sweaty
-20 minute charge will last for a few hours of gaming, also the ability to turn off the RGB leds allows for greater battery life in addition to polling rate although not recommended for gaming
-As the title states, it's easy to take the wireless for granted, After roughly 20 hours on it, it still feels weird for myself to think about how I had to re-position the cord on other mice mid game to suit my comfort
-Never had one conscious thought that the wireless has somehow caused me to make an error in my gaming
-Relatively heavy mouse, however I'm easily dissuaded to disregard that by the fact it's wireless and rechargeable
-Resists the typical build up of dried sweat scum on the finish, easy to clean with window cleaner as well
-I didn't have to immediately get a RMA
-Very short and unforgiving lift-off distance
-Teflon feet cover the uppermost edge, the lowermost, and around the sensor
Cons: -Mouse wheel button requires a bit of thought to be able to press, only actuates when pushed towards the right
-I can understand how some people may feel this mouse is a bit on the heavy side, even without the included 10g weight
-Lift-off distance may be a bit too short for some people
Overall Review: I'd recommend this mouse to anyone who's currently in the market for a new mouse in the upscaled price bracket who have medium-large to large hands. With the ability to add the charging mat to this mouse, the lack of a wire, and my experience with wireless technology thus far, I'd be hard pressed to pick up another wired mouse ever again, full well knowing how many time's I've had to readjust my mouse in the middle of the action in order to gather some level of (as of now) reasonably unreasonable amount of comfort. I will strongly encourage anyone looking into this mouse to peruse Rocket Jump Ninja on YouTube before making their final decision on this mouse, or any other for that matter.
Pros: Feels good in hand. Plenty of buttons.
Cons: Left button double clicking after 10 months. This is the second mouse Logitech replace first mouse after 1 month it quit working. Took a few emails to get it replaced. Had a different Logitech mouse before and had same problem. It seems to me they have a problem with the switches the use.
Overall Review: Would not recommend. Going with another brand.