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Logitech - G602 Wireless Optical Mouse

( 4.5 Average / 69 Ratings )






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Black / Silver



Tracking Method


Maximum DPI


Hand Orientation


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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Teoteska 12 points 50 months ago
from completed build Teo Teska Mini ITX 2015

Nice mouse, on the fly DPI adjustment is great. id prefer a wheel though, the 2 buttons are a little too awkward to do anything quickly. Feels slow, noticeably slower when the batteries are low. Sometimes has trouble if its too far away from the DONGLE (6-8 feet)

MarkRushow 7 points 49 months ago
from completed build 3rd PC Build - MightyByte

It is pretty good. I purchased it used so it isn't in the best shape already. I wanted exactly 6 side mounted buttons for the 7-9 keyboard keys as well as Go Back and Go Forward browser commands. Any more buttons would be too unruly. I wanted the 7-9 keys assignable mainly for gaming. I'm not a native mouse and keyboard gamer and the keyboard can be a bit much. This helps a lot. I do wish the mouse was a big bigger and form fitting to my hand and the 6 side buttons were a bit bigger and easy to distinguish as well as reach. The back two buttons require me to slide my hand down the mouse. I do have fairly large hands. I purchased replacement pads for the underside from Logitech. It slides really good now.

Mojitoman 6 points 48 months ago
from completed build Jack the Ripper

Best mouse I ever used, wireless sensor works flawlessly. Only a bit heavy, but that's a matter of taste anyway.

SwiggityDerpy 9 points 47 months ago

This was actually not my choice. My client has had his G602 for a while now, and refused to upgrade to a better wired mouse. The DPI is too low to be called a "gaming" mouse in my opinion, and the G-keys are just extraneous. If you are going to get a wireless mouse at all (which I do not recommend for gaming) I highly prefer ones such as the Razer Naga Epic that can switch between wired and wireless mode and are designed to charge every night.

Logitech sacrificed too much performance on this one for battery life.

Mojitoman 8 points 46 months ago
from completed build Jack the Ripper vol. 2

Best mouse I ever used, wireless sensor works flawlessly. Only a bit heavy, but that's a matter of taste anyway.

digitalgoodtime 25 points 42 months ago
from completed build Blood and Oil On Black Canvas

Really nice multi button wireless mouse. Great for MMO or FPS.

Neowc 4 points 39 months ago
from completed build The Tiburón (Shark)

Best wireless mouse ever. So far still no issues with it after using for about 1+ year.

Ronamo77 25 points 38 months ago
from completed build Big Dreams Empty Wallet

very responsive for a wireless mouse Logitech did a good job on this one

CQC 39 points 38 months ago

Bought from frys.com during a promo (sign up for their email!). While it does not have too many programmable buttons, the price was right and the comfort is great. Glad to have it.

Silvermike 35 points 35 months ago

Best wireless gaming mouse, ever.