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- 25 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Aurora
I may be a bit biased here, but the G502 is the best damn mouse I have ever used. I have owned the Proteus Core, the Proteus Spectrum, and now the Lightspeed. This mouse not only fits my big meaty claws, but it's also the first gaming mouse I have owned that hasn't broke within a year. When I saw the G502 was going to get wireless, I was instantly sold.
- 19 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Velox
My old Corsair Dark Core wasn't holding a charge well, and its mousewheel was squeaking, so I replaced it with the G502 Lightspeed - this feels more or less like the same mouse, but the G502 has the unlockable scroll wheel & a button that makes the mouse flash what its remaining battery is.
I have a PowerPlay mat for continuous charging - it's easily one of the best investments I've made so far. You can use the Powerplay mat for both charging and as a wireless receiver, so you only have to run the one cable... while not dealing with cable drag! Win-win in my books.
- 15 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Granny's New Gaming Rig
Arguably the best wireless gaming mouse out there, or gaming mice in general. If you get the powerplay system it works even better, but if you don't, the built in rechargeable battery still has a pretty decent battery life.
Edit after 3 months: The mouse died after 2 months of not-overly-intense usage. Logitech support guys weren't very helpful and for some reasons they wanted me to prove to them that the mouse is indeed double clicking when double clicking is a known issue for these mice. Also they took so long to reply emails i had to plug my old G502 (3 years old and still roaring btw) in. By the time they got back to me I can't even be bothered to go find the ******* wireless mouse and test for them. Bottomline, avoid recent logitech gaming mice like the plague because they all have the same switch provider and the switches are ****.
- 12 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build PUN!SHER Build
Great mouse, but expensive. Could make it less plasticy.
- 6 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build The Walletslayer
Its the g502 but without the wires. And with the powerplay mousepad, you never have to plug it in again. Nice.
Shoutout to the G Hub software. It aint that good.
- 5 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build FrankenCircuit
The G502 Lightspeed-W is the first mouse to accomplish two things pertaining to me personally: 1) First mouse to confiscate my virginity covering two aspects: a) The first mouse I've owned w/ free-spin scrollwheel technology that I've interacted with. b) The first Logitech peripheral that I've ever had hands on and owned.
In accordance w/ building the first gaming PC of mine, I've gone through the following: • A chunky Microsoft productivity IR mouse • Reverted to a 3-button (no scrollwheel) IBM roller-ball mouse • (Upgraded?) To a 6.99usd mouse from Best Buy • Razer Naga  • Razer Naga Chroma (RMA replacement)
Now. This mouse!? The G502 Lightspeed Wireless — is DOPE! Yes, I have less buttons to work w/ in comparison to what the Razer Naga line offered me. Yes, the button placement remains strange to me. But, [epic voice enabled] MONTHS OF BATTERY LIFE, on, A SINGLE CHARGE [voice echoes while fading]!
The amount of customization that this mouse and it's software offers, is just INSANELY glorious! In ADDITION to being able to save numerous profiles to the mouse's on-board memory modules. I'm not just talking about saving a few macro strings, lighting customization, DPI, poll-rate, or application launch-keys. [looks left and right slowly, leans in for a delicate whisper while making eye contact] — you can... lock the profiles, w/ presets places inside folders... whatever category you want… uh-huh. The goodies that come with the mouse; the weights, the USB transmitter extension/housing, the hardshell branded case are just cream, on top of baked spiced apples, on top of sweet potato pie!