Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
- Up to 250 hours of battery life. 2 AA batteries (non-rechargeable)
- Power-saving, high-accuracy Delta Zero sensor technology
- Lag-free gaming-grade wireless, Performance and Endurance modes maximize battery life
- Long-life buttons rated to 20 million clicks, 11 programmable buttons. Ultra-durable build
- For Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6.8 or higher. For more details go through the "System Requirements" mentioned below.Max. speed: > 80 IPS4
- Logitech has different serial numbers for packaging vs. product, please keep your receipt for warranty purposes.
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DISPELS WIRELESS GAMING MYTHSSetting a new benchmark G602 redefines the laws of wireless gaming, with up to 250 hours of gaming battery life. From the pinpoint accuracy of exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology to high durability primary switches to 11 programmable controls, G602 offers true gaming performance. Count on G602 to dominate boss after boss. ENDURING BATTERY LIFEBenchmark-raising power Play with confidence. G602 sticks by you through game after game with up to 250 hours of power in Performance mode. That's as much as eight times the battery life of other wireless gaming mice, all without compromising gaming grade sensor and connection performance. G602 is powered by two standard AA batteries; optionally remove one battery to adjust its weight and balance.
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t's easy to be passionate about winning, but at Logitech, our passion is in the science that makes winning possible. We build precise gaming instruments. We advance technology so gamers can reach new levels of speed, precision, reliability and comfort. Science is our philosophy, our methodology for studying, testing, and advancing gamers' experienceandmdash;in the lab and in the game. 250 hours of non-stop gaming. Your move.With up to 250 hours of battery life, G602 redefines the laws of wireless gaming. From the pinpoint accuracy of the exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology to the extra high durability primary switches, you can count on G602 to dominate boss after boss. Long-life buttons rated to 20 million clicks. 11 programmable buttons for customized game control. On-the-fly adjustable DPI. For Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6.8 or higher. Wireless Gaming Technolog. Cut the cord and get gaming freedom from cables, clutter, and game interference. Experience zero delay between your thoughts and actions with gaming-grade 2.4GHz wireless and a 2-millisecond report rate.
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Enduring Battery Life
Play with confidence. G602 sticks by you through game after game with up to 250 hours of power in Performance mode. G602 is powered by two standard AA batteries, with the option to remove one battery to adjust its weight and balance.
Wireless Gaming Technology
G602 delivers a lag-free experience through a 2.4 GHz wireless connection with a 2 millisecond report rate. Unlike a unifying receiver meant to connect multiple devices, G602 uses the entire bandwidth of a dedicated USB nano receiver for gaming-grade, low-latency performance. A convenient storage slot in the battery compartment keeps the nano receiver safe for transport.
11 Programmable Controls
Achieve great results with the default configuration straight out of the box. Or, make G602 your own. Set up one-button triggers for actions that typically require digging into menus. Put push-to-talk communications in easier reach. Temporarily down-shift DPI for sniping. Reassign any game command or multi-command macro to any one of 11 programmable buttons with optional Logitech Gaming Software (LGS). Store a custom profile on-board for use with any PC.
Delta Zero Sensor Technology
G602 is our first wireless gaming mouse to feature exclusive Delta Zero sensor optimizations for high-accuracy cursor control, plus battery-extending power optimization routines. Whether flying across the screen or honing in on one pixel, the 2,500 DPI sensor responds accurately to your hand movements. The LED-illuminated sensor is designed to minimize the time it takes to make quick moves in-game, whether you need to adjust your scope for sniping in FPS, select RTS units, or direct MOBA skill shots.
On-the-fly DPI shifting lets you toggle between two sensitivity settings with a click, from pixel-precise 250 DPI targeting to speedy 2,500 DPI movement. Use LGS to customize the DPI settings to fit your style of play. Also, DPI cycling lets you choose from up to five DPI settings while in-game
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Except....I got the middle mouse button problem, many people report having this issue where you have to press it hard in order for it to work.
After browsing forums for 5 minutes I found the fix...
Hold your mouse upside down on a table, click the middle mouse button down and put some pressure on it (not enough to damage it of course) and scroll the wheel both ways. Do this a couple of times and test the button, it fixed mine right away.
I felt the fix was so simple and quick that it didn't deserve a knock down to 4 stars.
I love the mouse but i'm surprised the lack of quality control from Logitech. Normally Logitech is a very solid company(one of the reasons I always support them) but unfortunately I cannot recommend this product, unless you want to repurchase it every 6 months.. Quality control at logitech still hasn't fixed this issue, so until its actually fixed I can not recommend this mouse.
First and the most important, it has a great ergonomic, I do not have any pain like usually do with different mice.
Second, the battery is lasted for about 4 months (I use it every day for about 10 hours).
The overall design is very nice, it looks and feels like great quality. Extra buttons are great and very helpful
The only issue with this mouse, I have to replace it every 2 years (I have 5 or 6 of them replaced already for all members of my family) normally after 2 years buttons or wheel stop working. In a couple of cases, it happens before 2 years warranty, so I got a free replacement from Logitech, but in some cases, I have to pay again.
I got this after tolerating the nonsense with Logitech's highly over-priced Performance MX wireless mouse for almost 4 years! This mouse works absolutely flawlessly when surfing the internet.
*FYI: I have not changed my computer at all since getting this mouse and am using the same system and the same installation of Windows 7 as with the Performance MX.
When surfing with Firefox, or IE or Chrome, this mouse scrolls without any "stickiness" or momentary freezing which constantly occurred, dozens of times a day, with the Performenace MX which I got back in 2012 from Amazon. When scrolling photos in a windows folder, I used to get a sudden uncontrolled accelleration and scrolling with the Performance MX. No longer an issue with the G602! It scrolls slowly, and deliberately without any loss of control, sudden unstoppable scrolling which others have also complained about with the Perf. MX.
I programmed the buttons to zoom in and out, to go forwards or backwards and scroll with the wheel as usual. It works smoothly, and with never a second of lag! Now THAT'S a good wireless mouse! I have also used it in a "limited" action game - Sid Meier's Civilization V complete edition. Again, no issues whatsoever.
I actually got this mouse after doing some painstaking research on Amazon and other sites, and found it to be superior to not only my MX but to the G700s gaming mouse also. So I deliberately got a gaming mouse not for gaming but for proper, smooth, lag-free scrolling and other functions. This mouse does it all perfectly! Highly recommended!
The mouse itself is solid and feel great in your hand. The main buttons have a solid click and the wheel has a nice friction. The side buttons are a bit harder to use as they are pretty small and you can’t easily tell which row you are selecting. With practice you do get the feel for it.
In typical Logitech fashion, the software/driver is a bit confusing... it took me several Google searches to figure out how to enable custom profiles. It also has a habit of resetting to default settings when you flip between Windows user accounts. Set up properly, the ability to configure different profiles by app/user is useful. I’ve got a gaming profile as well as one for Photoshop/Lightroom.