The Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse is the most recent in Logitech’s line of gaming mice. Logitech G602 truly gives you a value for your money with the highlighting 11 programmable buttons, 2.4 GHz wireless connection with a 2 millisecond report rate, 5 DPI sensitivity levels settings with a scope of 250 DPI up to 2500 DPI, and an amazing battery life of 250 hours in Performance mode or a significantly more noteworthy 1440 hour battery life in Endurance mode. I first found out about the Logitech G602 gaming mouse when I was at the Insomnia 49 gaming festival.I cherish the blackish dark design made up of a slip-safe side grip wrapped on the outside of the gaming mouse. It additionally has a delicate elastic palm rest on top with edges and a dull dark metallic looking trim. This makes it exceptionally agreeable to utilize. The non-slip coatings additionally imply on the off chance that you are similar to me, who suffers from sweat-soaked hands, the mouse isn’t uncomfortable to hold, and you can game strongly for quite a long time.
The Logitech G602‘s left and right click buttons are long and augment outwards with a little valley in the center. Logitech says these switches have a lifespan of 20 million clicks. The scroll wheel, dissimilar to other mice in the Logitech gaming RANGE, does not have two modes of scrolling (i.e. the free scroll and the exact scroll). The G602 has an exact, clicky scroll, which truly isn’t a reason for concern, however, I thought it was significant. Over the scroll wheel, you have a chance to exchange between the 2 working modes, ‘Performance mode’ and ‘Endurance mode’. It has an indicator light demonstrating blue for ‘Performance mode’, green for ‘Endurance mode’, and blinking cyan when the power at last runs low. This mouse is probably the best wireless gaming mouse on the market right now. I love the look of the G602 because it’s not plain and exhausting.
In addition to the left click button, right click button and the scroll wheel, the Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse has 8 more buttons. Two of them are set on the left half of the left click (G10 and G11), which are slightly raised and slightly calculated towards your fingers, making them less demanding to reach. This feature dispensed with the issues the Logitech G500s had with situated buttons. It was hard to discover the buttons, as they were entirely level and they sat at an edge confronting far from your fingers. Under the G11 button, there is a DPI setting indicator which sits by the remaining 6 buttons.
The remaining 6 buttons (G4–G9) are put on the left edge of the mouse over the expelling thumb rest, in 2 lines. Out of these 6 buttons, some might discover the 2 buttons nearest to them (G6 and G9) are somewhat troublesome or uncomfortable to get to. That is relying upon how you like to grip your mouse and the span of your hands. This isn’t to imply that they were totally futile, I simply ended up appointing less imperative or rare actions to these buttons. The G5 and G8 turned into my ‘go to’ buttons for the most part on account of their positioning. I simply discovered them a considerable measure less demanding to get to with my thumb as they were in the center. The G4 and G7 (the two buttons farthest from you) experience the ill effects of a comparative issue as the G6 and G9 buttons as they were somewhat hard to get to, yet less so than the G6 and G9 buttons. At the end of the day, I simply allocated occasional actions to these buttons.
Weight: 4.6 ounces
Sensor: Avago DNS-9800 Laser
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- It has a great durability due to the material used in the casing
- An extended battery life
- It makes use of the standard AA batteries
- Very comfortable to use
- Great sensor
- The weight of its battery is too much
- There’s no actual macro capability