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Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse $57.20 Delivered from Newegg Australia

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There hasn't been any deals recently for high-end wireless mice lately so I've been looking for deals. Newegg appears to still stock this slightly 'obsolete' Logitech gaming mouse for less than $60 delivered.

Plus and Minuses

  • Low price
  • Low latency, Gaming-grade receiver with 500mhz USB polling rate and 1ms delay.
  • Loads of reprogrammable buttons — 11 in total
  • Can use either one or two AA sized batteries, can change the weight distribution of the mouse
  • Long battery life, 9 months when used in a Endurance mode or 250 hours of non-stop usage in High performance Gaming mode.
  • Can store one custom profile in internal memory.

Cons

  • Lacks a frictionless scroll wheel. The wheel is actually fairly basic and does not even have side-tilt buttons.
  • Not compatible with Logitech Unifying receiver and does not have Logitech Flow Support.
  • Unlike the MX series of mice, this doesn't charge it's batteries internally and you'll need to open the battery compartment to change batteries when it gets low.

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  • +1 vote

    I have this mouse, it's good, I probably don't use half the shit on it I'll admit, but, it's nice knowing it's there if I ever become obsessed with a game that it would be helpful for. Battery lasts a long time, honestly haven't noticed a difference in performance between the long lasting mode and precision mode.

    changing the sensitivity of the movement with buttons has oddly been helpful, especially when others use my computer and freak out at how high I have it.

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    If the shape/weight suits fair enough but I think many would be better off spending a little extra for Logi's current lower priced wireless gaming mice which use the same sensor and wireless system as the G900 and G Pro.

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    I use this mouse for work and find it fantastic, primarily because of the onboard memory for assigning things to the extra buttons without having to install Logitech's terrible software on my work PC (assign the keys from home, then take it to work).

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    As an aside, do you guys know anywhere in Melbourne where you can actually try out difference gaming mice before you buy?

  • +1 vote

    The middle button is does fail after couple of years. I had to replace mine twice with new microswitches.

    One of my favourite mice and would not trade it for anything else.

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      Is that switch replacement difficult to do? I have a Logitech MX M950 Performance mouse which is developing a double click issue on the left MB button, if I can repair that I might not have to buy this mouse LOL.

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        Fairly easy if you know how to solder. I bought 5 replacement Omron switches from ebay for 5 bux , so far used 2 over 4 years and still 3 more to go.

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        If by double click issue you mean it rapidly registers a double click on a single click? If so, that can usually be solved with AutoHotkey and a simple script. I did that to fix the double click issue on an old Razer Deathadder back in the day.

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          Much worse than that actually, sometimes it fails to register a click and to be doubly sure i just use more pressure on it. Click + drag operations are also impossible because it seems to 'let go' randomly.

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      Mine has done the same thing. I remapped the middle button click to one of the side buttons instead of replacing. Great mouse for the most part.

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      I know this sounds stupid , but when you wrap your lips around the middle button and blow for a few seconds it starts to work again, just have to do that every month or so

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    I swore by this mouse until the successor G603 came along. Now i swear by the G603.

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      If only the g603 had the wing on the side

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      I have the G603, I use it for gaming. A lot. But I just don't find it comfortable for my hands. I have to keep an MX Master 2s on my desk as well so I can use a comfortable mouse for everything else which isn't gaming. Can you please tell me if the G602 feels more similar to the MX Master 2s compared to the G603, because if so it would be the best of both worlds for me.

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        My brother has an mx master and it feels very similar to the g602 , as if the g602 is the gaming model and mx is everyday use. The g602 has (in my opinion) all the benefits of the mx model , but is better for gaming

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    A massive plus on this vs the MX is the G software which you can configure for macros. Whether for gaming or productivity.

    Not sure if MX have been upgraded recently to use the G software.

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    ships from US?
    hmmmm

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    if this is from newegg aus, price beat officeworks?

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      It's a very old mouse from 2013 and was discontinued 1 or 2 years ago. so stock is difficult to find.

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    I have this and bought to play PUBG and other shooting games. I am still struggling with assigning buttons in the game. e.g. I have setup once particular button to open calculator. When in the game menu i try to assign this button to a task, it minimises the game and open calculator. I have tried with profiles but very confusing.

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      You may need to tick the checkbox that says 'Lock profile when application / game is running'.

      https://support.logitech.com/article/21500

      Make sure that you also put the pubg executable into the profile. Some games use a launcher executable that is simply used to launch and configure the game, but the launcher closes once the game is open. In this case you'll need to find the actual game binary / .exe file and add it into the games list.

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