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Logitech G502 Wired Optical Mouse

( 4.8 Average / 124 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Logitech

Model

G502

Part #

910-004074
(or) 910-004075
(or) 910-004076
(or) 910-004077

Connection

Wired

Tracking Method

Optical

Maximum DPI

12000

Color

Black/Blue

Hand Orientation

Right

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Prices

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Amazon $94.99 +$8.45 s/h In stock $103.44
( 20 new from $90.00, 15 used from $45.00. Last updated 2 days ago. )
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Reviews

Amazing mouse, I was worried about going with an optical sensor over a laser, but my doubts turned out to be completely unfounded with this mouse.

from completed build First gaming build (update)

What a great mouse! Do i need so many g keys. No. In fact I never use them but I love the on the fly DPI adjust as well as the included weights. I can tailor the mouse to feel exactly how I want it to all the time

from completed build Cool Blue, First PC Build!

No such thing as too many buttons on your mouse you say? This might be the mouse for you! It features super precise optical tracking, ergonomic design, tunable weight system and, a billion programmable buttons (maybe just eight....) and boy I never though I'd be using them but it only took me a couple of days to assign new macros and set it up for all my favorite games!

from completed build SniperWolf's Updated Gaming Rig

Great mouse for those with small-ish hands. It took me a while to adapt my grip from a Steelseries Rival to this. Really upped my game once I got the feel of the mouse memorized.

from completed build My Gaming Rig

Probably the best mouse for gaming that I have ever used. I wanted a mouse that had a few extra buttons on it. I tried the Razer Naga mouse, but the buttons were too small for my large hands and the mouse had no weight to it at all, which made it very difficult to use.

This logitech mouse has plenty of buttons that are large and easy to use. It also has adjustable weigh and the tracking is great. Logitech really improved their software too, which makes creating macros a breeze.

solid mice with a very good sensor. For those who play games a lot then this mice won't fail you.

from completed build My 2014 Gaming PC Build

Exactly the same as the keyboard, although there are a lot of buttons and profiles on this thing that I'm not taking advantage of. Other than that, the clicks feel good and the movement/tracking feels on par.

from completed build Gaming PC the Third: "Dark"

Coming from what some have deemed the "Holy Grail" of mice, the Logitech MX 518, I have to say this is an impressive mouse that has a very similar feel with additional features to sweeten the pot. The extra function buttons are handy and wildly configurable, and the weights actually do affect the balance (didn't think they would initially but I tested it out a bunch). This is just a really solid mouse.

Razor mouses seriously have nothing on the design and operation of this LG gaming mouse. Love the look and function. The weights are a great addition, I prefer it heavy!

from completed build Free + upgrades

Bought this for $60 in April 2015 because the side buttons on my DeathAdder were starting to stick a little. This is an amazing mouse.