Logitech G502 Lightspeed

Logitech G502 Lightspeed

  • Wireless connection: Radio (RF)
  • Connection: Wireless
  • Features: Adjustable weight, Ergonomic design, Tilt wheel, Free scroll/Hyperscroll, Suitable for gaming, RGB LED lighting (multicolured), LED lighting (single coloured)
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3.1 / 5
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8 days ago
SEK 1400 for a shit mouse, refrain from this. Bought this on a Friday, and on Saturday I already had problems. The left click started double clicking when I single click, seems to be a common problem as I googled and seen many others have the same problem. When I returned this to Elgiganten, the guy in the door said that he got back several with the same problem during the year. Will buy a mouse from Razer or SteelSeries instead. Never again Logitech.

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a month ago
It is very good and comfortable, perfect for gaming and various tasks. What is so convenient about it are the buttons on the page and the G-hub app that can be downloaded for free. The buttons are convenient because you can program on the app that the buttons can do different things with the mouse, which would otherwise have been difficult and uncomfortable to reach with the keyboard. It is 100% worth it if you have the money for it. If it is too expensive then the wireless version is just as good but with cable for half the price. You do not have to think about the battery life of the mouse. I can play with the mouse for several weeks if I turn off the RGB on the mouse. One but only ONE negative thing. there is a tiny little bug that is with all the wireless logitech mice that makes you have to turn the mouse on and off 1-2 times a week while playing where the DPI settings on the mouse glitcher so it skips one notch for each press. This is not a problem but a little strange that they have not fixed it in many years. enjoy yourself with a legendary gaming mouse: D

Google

4 months ago
For people with big hands and accustomed to the QPAD 8K ergonomics, I cannot recommend this mouse. You get pork in both the little finger and the palm and the breath becomes suffering. Which is a shame as it is a fantastic wireless mouse. Please someone, develop a wireless QPAD 8K: D

Google

4 months ago
The G502 has long been a favorite and is now more beautiful than ever without any cord in the road. Have had no problems at all with the connection and notice no difference when it comes to latency and precision.

Google

6 months ago*
Has previously Logitech G 502. A welcome improvement in the wireless variant is that the wheel is now rubberized which gives significantly better grip than the metal surface. The wheel has been fitted with spokes and is therefore not solid and as heavy as before and does not spin as long as in the unlocked position. I do not use that function but write it for awareness. For me, the ergonomics are very good and the rubberized grooved sides are grip friendly. The clicks are precise and soft enough to not cause fatigue during intense gaming sessions. With ten programmable easy-to-access features, this is the most versatile mouse I've owned and would have been the obvious choice if I had limited myself to a gaming mouse. With many buttons, however, there is a risk of misprinting and that is why I sometimes choose another mouse for the most demanding sessions. Ffa detects the wheel light side pressure instead of pressure from above and I need to concentrate on pushing right every time and pulling off a star for it but it may be something that you can adjust to. I would have liked a greater distance between mouse buttons 4 and 5 to reduce the risk of misprinting. I do not notice any delay compared to threaded mice. The software is good. Lightspeed is lighter than the threaded diton, which is welcome. It has long cost around SEK 1500 which I think it is worth. Bought it myself for 1090 and is very satisfied. Recommended!
*Edited 6 months

Google

8 months ago
Real cash mouse. There is nothing wrong with the wireless and ergonomics but I have had two now from different dealers and both have had problems with the switches not actuating at the same time as the tactile / audible click. As a result, when playing, sometimes the left click releases even if you hold the button below the actuation point.

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10 months ago
The Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED is an outstanding gaming mouse. It's fast and precise without the need for a cable, and its excellent ergonomics and weight won me over quickly. One of the best and most fully featured mice on the market today. The "dot over" for this mouse is the support for wireless charging via Logitech's own PowerPlay mouse pad, which keeps the mouse charged!

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