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Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO 16K Sensor, PowerPlay Compatible, Tunable Weights and Lightsync RGB - Black
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  • World’s No.1 Best Selling Wireless Gaming Gear Brand - Based on independent sales data (FEB ‘19 - FEB’20) of Wireless Gaming Keyboard, Mice, & PC Headset in units from: US, CA, CN, JP, KR, TW, TH, IN, DE, FR, RU, UK, SE, TR
  • PowerPlay wireless charging: Never worry about your battery life again. Add the power play wireless charging system to keep your G502 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse and other compatible G mice charged while at rest and at play. Powerplay wireless charging system sold separately
  • Light speed wireless gaming mouse: Exclusive Logitech G ultra-fast wireless technology used by Pro gamers in competitions worldwide
  • Next gen Hero 16K sensor: Logitech most accurate sensor yet with up-to 16, 000 DPI for the ultimate in gaming speed, accuracy and responsiveness across entire DPI range
  • 11 customizable buttons and hyper fast scroll wheel: Assign custom macro and shortcut commands to the buttons for each game with Logitech G hub software. Use hyper fast scrolling to rapidly review menus, long web pages and more
  • Adjustable weight system: Arrange up-to six removable weights inside the mouse for personalized weight and balance tuning
  • Lightsync RGB technology: Fully customize RGB lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors, synchronize lighting with your game-play, and create your own personal RGB animations
  • Plastic neutral certification: For every kilogram of plastic used in G502 light speed mice, Logitech G helps fund plastic recycling programs that offset an amount of ocean-bound plastic equal to the amount used in G502 light speed

Description

G502 is the best gaming mouse from Logitech G, completely redesigned from the inside out with Light speed wireless and power play compatibility so you can game faster and more accurately, The G502 light speed PC gaming mouse is built with superfast 1 ms wireless connectivity and a next gen Hero sensor delivering 16K DPI class leading performance and energy efficient up to 60 hours of uninterrupted gaming. 11 programmable buttons help you optimize game play with custom keyboards and macros. Primary buttons feature metal spring tensioning for Fast and crisp actuation. Six adjustable weights let you find the right mouse feel. Light Sync RGB gives you 16.8 million colors to create an exciting and immersive gaming environment. The hyper fast scroll wheel lets you speed through long menus and documents. Pair the G502 Wireless gaming mouse with the Logitech G Power play charging system (sold separately) for infinite charging. USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms). OS Compatibility: Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.11 or later, Chrome OSTM.


Brand Logitech G


Series G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse


Item model number 910-005565


Hardware Platform PC


Item Weight 14.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 2 x 4 x 8 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 2 x 4 x 8 inches


Color Black


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Manufacturer Logitech


ASIN B07L4BM851


Date First Available May 8, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,127 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #647 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #46 in PC Gaming Mice


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Features

  • World’s No.1 Best Selling Wireless Gaming Gear Brand - Based on independent sales data (FEB ‘19 - FEB’20) of Wireless Gaming Keyboard, Mice, & PC Headset in units from: US, CA, CN, JP, KR, TW, TH, IN, DE, FR, RU, UK, SE, TR
  • PowerPlay wireless charging: Never worry about your battery life again. Add the power play wireless charging system to keep your G502 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse and other compatible G mice charged while at rest and at play. Powerplay wireless charging system sold separately
  • Light speed wireless gaming mouse: Exclusive Logitech G ultra-fast wireless technology used by Pro gamers in competitions worldwide
  • Next gen Hero 16K sensor: Logitech most accurate sensor yet with up-to 16, 000 DPI for the ultimate in gaming speed, accuracy and responsiveness across entire DPI range
  • 11 customizable buttons and hyper fast scroll wheel: Assign custom macro and shortcut commands to the buttons for each game with Logitech G hub software. Use hyper fast scrolling to rapidly review menus, long web pages and more
  • Adjustable weight system: Arrange up-to six removable weights inside the mouse for personalized weight and balance tuning
  • Lightsync RGB technology: Fully customize RGB lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors, synchronize lighting with your game-play, and create your own personal RGB animations
  • Plastic neutral certification: For every kilogram of plastic used in G502 light speed mice, Logitech G helps fund plastic recycling programs that offset an amount of ocean-bound plastic equal to the amount used in G502 light speed

Description

G502 is the best gaming mouse from Logitech G, completely redesigned from the inside out with Light speed wireless and power play compatibility so you can game faster and more accurately, The G502 light speed PC gaming mouse is built with superfast 1 ms wireless connectivity and a next gen Hero sensor delivering 16K DPI class leading performance and energy efficient up to 60 hours of uninterrupted gaming. 11 programmable buttons help you optimize game play with custom keyboards and macros. Primary buttons feature metal spring tensioning for Fast and crisp actuation. Six adjustable weights let you find the right mouse feel. Light Sync RGB gives you 16.8 million colors to create an exciting and immersive gaming environment. The hyper fast scroll wheel lets you speed through long menus and documents. Pair the G502 Wireless gaming mouse with the Logitech G Power play charging system (sold separately) for infinite charging. USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms). OS Compatibility: Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.11 or later, Chrome OSTM.


Brand Logitech G


Series G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse


Item model number 910-005565


Hardware Platform PC


Item Weight 14.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 2 x 4 x 8 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 2 x 4 x 8 inches


Color Black


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Manufacturer Logitech


ASIN B07L4BM851


Date First Available May 8, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,127 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #647 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #46 in PC Gaming Mice


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • World’s No.1 Best Selling Wireless Gaming Gear Brand - Based on independent sales data (FEB ‘19 - FEB’20) of Wireless Gaming Keyboard, Mice, & PC Headset in units from: US, CA, CN, JP, KR, TW, TH, IN, DE, FR, RU, UK, SE, TR
  • PowerPlay wireless charging: Never worry about your battery life again. Add the power play wireless charging system to keep your G502 Lightspeed Wireless Mouse and other compatible G mice charged while at rest and at play. Powerplay wireless charging system sold separately
  • Light speed wireless gaming mouse: Exclusive Logitech G ultra-fast wireless technology used by Pro gamers in competitions worldwide
  • Next gen Hero 16K sensor: Logitech most accurate sensor yet with up-to 16, 000 DPI for the ultimate in gaming speed, accuracy and responsiveness across entire DPI range
  • 11 customizable buttons and hyper fast scroll wheel: Assign custom macro and shortcut commands to the buttons for each game with Logitech G hub software. Use hyper fast scrolling to rapidly review menus, long web pages and more
  • Adjustable weight system: Arrange up-to six removable weights inside the mouse for personalized weight and balance tuning
  • Lightsync RGB technology: Fully customize RGB lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors, synchronize lighting with your game-play, and create your own personal RGB animations
  • Plastic neutral certification: For every kilogram of plastic used in G502 light speed mice, Logitech G helps fund plastic recycling programs that offset an amount of ocean-bound plastic equal to the amount used in G502 light speed

Description

G502 is the best gaming mouse from Logitech G, completely redesigned from the inside out with Light speed wireless and power play compatibility so you can game faster and more accurately, The G502 light speed PC gaming mouse is built with superfast 1 ms wireless connectivity and a next gen Hero sensor delivering 16K DPI class leading performance and energy efficient up to 60 hours of uninterrupted gaming. 11 programmable buttons help you optimize game play with custom keyboards and macros. Primary buttons feature metal spring tensioning for Fast and crisp actuation. Six adjustable weights let you find the right mouse feel. Light Sync RGB gives you 16.8 million colors to create an exciting and immersive gaming environment. The hyper fast scroll wheel lets you speed through long menus and documents. Pair the G502 Wireless gaming mouse with the Logitech G Power play charging system (sold separately) for infinite charging. USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms). OS Compatibility: Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.11 or later, Chrome OSTM.


Brand Logitech G


Series G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse


Item model number 910-005565


Hardware Platform PC


Item Weight 14.2 ounces


Product Dimensions 2 x 4 x 8 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 2 x 4 x 8 inches


Color Black


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Manufacturer Logitech


ASIN B07L4BM851


Date First Available May 8, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,127 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #647 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #46 in PC Gaming Mice


abunda_amazon_reviews The mouse itself is incredible. Absolutely zero lag or delay, top tier optical sensor, extremely good build quality and shape. However, charging 150 for this thing feels like Logitech is only pricing it that way because they know people will pay for such a legendary mouse. However, the g502 Hero can usually be found for around 60 dollars. How does Logitech get away with charging an extra 100 dollars to remove a wire? It’s absurd. Even the g602, which is an older wireless mouse by them, can be had for 40 dollars. The mouse is overpriced, it should be retailing for 110 at the most, not 150. Other options such as the dark core is usually around 70 dollars, the rival 650 can be had for around 100 dollars and even razer, who is known for overpricing things, is selling their mamba wireless for 99. That mouse goes on sale for around 80. Logitech needs to realize people bought their stuff because it was priced fairly and performed high end. Charging more than everyone else, is a great way to start looking like the bad guy, especially when your mice still have double clicking issues. Great mouse, bad price.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;As good as the original G502, but Logitech needs to learn a few things;;Mike L.;;;poop;;Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;bad;;Alex;;;This Review was done after hours of testing, I really wanted to like this mouse. I feel like I need to make this review with some VERY important points for future buyers to take into account until they are remedied by Logitech: The R&D that went into this is impressive, to completely redesign a loved mouse, make it wireless with an amazing battery and the new hero sensors and keep the exact same shape? Awesome job. That's where it ends for me. I have around 10 high end mice, and have slowly been letting them go to minimize clutter. The G Pro Wireless is my new forever-until-a-better mouse for games. When I'm not gaming, I stay with my classic G900 for it's free-scroll wheel (and a left-right mouse wheel click that G-Pro lacks). But it's battery life is no where enough with the options Logitech currently offers. So I saw this G502 as an amazing box checker, as well as more buttons. Where to start. The most important thing for a mouse is 'feel'. I grabbed it and loved the shape, I began to move it around--... what's that noise? I moved it more. Something... feels off. I moved it around, and realized.. The mouse is scratching on my mousepad. I checked the feet/stickers... nope. they are level. I checked for any imperfections in the plastic from manufacturing.. still no. I tilted the mouse slightly askew, to see which edge was catching. I was absolutely pissed off, that stupid triangle-esque texture on the pinky side? It continues Allll along to the underbelly of the mouse, and it's prominent enough to scrape the mousepad below it. I tried 5 other types of mousepad, and everything other than my metal mousepad scratches and rubs the pads. Reader, Move any mouse you own, especially a 'gaming' mouse, you know you want it to be smooth as butter. Nope, the texture printed/molded onto the mouse itself is too intense. like, lift the mouse with your thumb a milimeter and move the mouse, it will leave a gigantic scrape/rub mark. So disappointing. I am keeping the mouse, I have an order of various sandpaper grits to remove that horrible design oversight. Next... Logitech, look, your software "G-Hub" you are forcing me to now use. It is so so bad, and so overdersigned. It makes me hate it even more you forced me to download in order to even use the mouse. Nice. I know there isn't just an incompatibility issue of the hardware on the classic Logitech mouse software, because even your more recent Hero sensor mice work on it. This is just a clear attempt at outmoding your older software support, and you forced $150 mouse buyers into a beta. The software feels like you hired Twice as many graphic designers than you did programmers. You know what people are ok with in software? Simplicity, not a rubix cube draped in fine linen. What's G-hub like? Want to change DPI? Of course just, input your dpi- just kidding, you have to take each individual dot on a slider, (it will change you mouse to that when you click-hold it have fun on the higher dpi options) next, try to figure out which way to drag the dot aaaaallll the way off the slider, and you have to FLICK the dot UP off the dpi line. Yes, they made dpi options in a C-tier mobile game. Second, the different mouse profiles? Good luck, apparently if you set it to "on board memory" the mouse sticks with just 1 profile. so you can't take multiples profiles as far as I've found. And third reason G-Hub is incredible. It crashes games. Yeah, I've had 2 games with no recent updates this week, which have never crashed since I've owned them until today (weird, the day I installed G-Hub and nothing else) Once I killed G-hub in Task manager, I played the same games for a few hours, no more crashes. Nice. So leave G-hub off... OH RIGHT! Your mouse forgets everything without it! So after gaming, turned on my G502, it turns into a default RGB nightmare. You have to restart G-Hub in order to get your mouse back on track. I'm going to hold onto this mouse, I'll make it work, but the fact I'm considering using sandpaper on a cosmetic non-defect, and hating every moment on your forced G-hub utilization is such a dissapointment I have never felt towards Logitech. I expected for the price to be treated like a premium user, instead I feel treated like a beta tester who had to pay to use it. UPDATE EDIT 2 weeks later: To fix the horrible sratching/rubbing, its a combo of the texture (pinky-side) and the mouse feet are FAR to thin, and the engraved grooves for the mouse feet rake against your mouse pad /surface. I purchased third party mouse feet, and sanded the texturing off on the bottom. No more rubbing. THIS is the mouse I paid for, its smooth as butter now, and doesn't scratch at my desk. Logitech, Come on, put some better mouse skates/feet on and TEST your product on multiple surfaces so I don't have to do that. It's not even a faulty product I got, it was 6 different points of contact I had to take into my hands. It was just poor shell moulding and mouse feet that were FAR to thin.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Excited to swap out my G900 for this as a general use mouse... and then not. So close;;Scott;;;If this mouse works, it's pretty fantastic. I like the layout, it's quick as heck, fairly lightweight for a wireless mouse, and the software, though not what I prefer, works fine for me. What killed the mouse for me was the dreaded Logitech double-click issue. Less than two days after the item arrived every click was detected as a double-click. It'd click once on the downstroke, and click again on the release. It wasn't dropped, and is in a clean environment. I thought it might be software related, so I removed all Logitech software, uninstalled/cleaned the drivers, and even tried in Linux and in Safe Mode, the problem was still there. So, it's getting returned, and for $150 I'm not going to gamble on another one. Update Ok, so I didn't take my own advice, and I gambled on a second one. I loved this mouse while it was working, it did everything I wanted extremely well, and I figured maybe I just got a lemon. The second one arrived last week, and stopped working last night. Same issues with the left click always detecting as a double-click. You can fix it with new switches, but that involves soldering, and ordering more parts for a $150 mouse. Strongly recommend just staying away entirely, don't gamble like I did.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Stopped working less than two days after receiving it;;thunder2132;;;I don't really have a single complaint about the mouse itself, ***but*** you need software with it to disable the stupid battery-draining LEDs, as well as the profile switching (disabling it), adjusting DPI, etc. Without GHub, you cannot adjust the DPI. With that said, Logitech Gaming Software has been excellent for many, many years. It has a great tuning feature. It was clean. It did exactly what I wanted. It worked with the G502 (and every other Logitech I had). Unfortunately, the idiots at Logitech decided to not support this mouse with it. After an hour or two of frustration, I found out that they want you to use a new piece of garbage program called "GHub". So far I hate GHub. It frequently locks up and closing it won't fix the problem. All of a sudden I'll notice my DPI is way too slow and have to restart GHub, but the problem is, closing it from the Task Tray doesn't close it fully when it's locked up. I have to go to the Task Manager and find the couple GHub programs and crash them all. Then it will restart fine and my settings will be saved. Also, either the program or the mouse goes into a sleep mode state quite often when not in use, so this means every time you grab your mouse to use it, it will be really slow until the GHub (or mouse) kicks back into gear and applies your settings. I'm not quite sure why my DPI is tied to GHub running. LGS wasn't like this. Good job, Logitech.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Mouse is great. Software is absolute trash.;;WiseMan;;;I always said only way I’m getting a new mouse is if they make a G502 wireless and here it is. I love it;;Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Favorite mouse ever but wireless;;Luke Luther

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3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike L. - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019
As good as the original G502, but Logitech needs to learn a few things
The mouse itself is incredible. Absolutely zero lag or delay, top tier optical sensor, extremely good build quality and shape. However, charging 150 for this thing feels like Logitech is only pricing it that way because they know people will pay for such a legendary mouse. However, the g502 Hero can usually be found for around 60 dollars. How does Logitech get away with charging an extra 100 dollars to remove a wire? It’s absurd. Even the g602, which is an older wireless mouse by them, can be had for 40 dollars. The mouse is overpriced, it should be retailing for 110 at the most, not 150. Other options such as the dark core is usually around 70 dollars, the rival 650 can be had for around 100 dollars and even razer, who is known for overpricing things, is selling their mamba wireless for 99. That mouse goes on sale for around 80. Logitech needs to realize people bought their stuff because it was priced fairly and performed high end. Charging more than everyone else, is a great way to start looking like the bad guy, especially when your mice still have double clicking issues. Great mouse, bad price.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alex - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019
bad
poop

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott - Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019
Excited to swap out my G900 for this as a general use mouse... and then not. So close
This Review was done after hours of testing, I really wanted to like this mouse. I feel like I need to make this review with some VERY important points for future buyers to take into account until they are remedied by Logitech: The R&D that went into this is impressive, to completely redesign a loved mouse, make it wireless with an amazing battery and the new hero sensors and keep the exact same shape? Awesome job. That's where it ends for me. I have around 10 high end mice, and have slowly been letting them go to minimize clutter. The G Pro Wireless is my new forever-until-a-better mouse for games. When I'm not gaming, I stay with my classic G900 for it's free-scroll wheel (and a left-right mouse wheel click that G-Pro lacks). But it's battery life is no where enough with the options Logitech currently offers. So I saw this G502 as an amazing box checker, as well as more buttons. Where to start. The most important thing for a mouse is 'feel'. I grabbed it and loved the shape, I began to move it around--... what's that noise? I moved it more. Something... feels off. I moved it around, and realized.. The mouse is scratching on my mousepad. I checked the feet/stickers... nope. they are level. I checked for any imperfections in the plastic from manufacturing.. still no. I tilted the mouse slightly askew, to see which edge was catching. I was absolutely pissed off, that stupid triangle-esque texture on the pinky side? It continues Allll along to the underbelly of the mouse, and it's prominent enough to scrape the mousepad below it. I tried 5 other types of mousepad, and everything other than my metal mousepad scratches and rubs the pads. Reader, Move any mouse you own, especially a 'gaming' mouse, you know you want it to be smooth as butter. Nope, the texture printed/molded onto the mouse itself is too intense. like, lift the mouse with your thumb a milimeter and move the mouse, it will leave a gigantic scrape/rub mark. So disappointing. I am keeping the mouse, I have an order of various sandpaper grits to remove that horrible design oversight. Next... Logitech, look, your software "G-Hub" you are forcing me to now use. It is so so bad, and so overdersigned. It makes me hate it even more you forced me to download in order to even use the mouse. Nice. I know there isn't just an incompatibility issue of the hardware on the classic Logitech mouse software, because even your more recent Hero sensor mice work on it. This is just a clear attempt at outmoding your older software support, and you forced $150 mouse buyers into a beta. The software feels like you hired Twice as many graphic designers than you did programmers. You know what people are ok with in software? Simplicity, not a rubix cube draped in fine linen. What's G-hub like? Want to change DPI? Of course just, input your dpi- just kidding, you have to take each individual dot on a slider, (it will change you mouse to that when you click-hold it have fun on the higher dpi options) next, try to figure out which way to drag the dot aaaaallll the way off the slider, and you have to FLICK the dot UP off the dpi line. Yes, they made dpi options in a C-tier mobile game. Second, the different mouse profiles? Good luck, apparently if you set it to "on board memory" the mouse sticks with just 1 profile. so you can't take multiples profiles as far as I've found. And third reason G-Hub is incredible. It crashes games. Yeah, I've had 2 games with no recent updates this week, which have never crashed since I've owned them until today (weird, the day I installed G-Hub and nothing else) Once I killed G-hub in Task manager, I played the same games for a few hours, no more crashes. Nice. So leave G-hub off... OH RIGHT! Your mouse forgets everything without it! So after gaming, turned on my G502, it turns into a default RGB nightmare. You have to restart G-Hub in order to get your mouse back on track. I'm going to hold onto this mouse, I'll make it work, but the fact I'm considering using sandpaper on a cosmetic non-defect, and hating every moment on your forced G-hub utilization is such a dissapointment I have never felt towards Logitech. I expected for the price to be treated like a premium user, instead I feel treated like a beta tester who had to pay to use it. UPDATE EDIT 2 weeks later: To fix the horrible sratching/rubbing, its a combo of the texture (pinky-side) and the mouse feet are FAR to thin, and the engraved grooves for the mouse feet rake against your mouse pad /surface. I purchased third party mouse feet, and sanded the texturing off on the bottom. No more rubbing. THIS is the mouse I paid for, its smooth as butter now, and doesn't scratch at my desk. Logitech, Come on, put some better mouse skates/feet on and TEST your product on multiple surfaces so I don't have to do that. It's not even a faulty product I got, it was 6 different points of contact I had to take into my hands. It was just poor shell moulding and mouse feet that were FAR to thin.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By thunder2132 - Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019
Stopped working less than two days after receiving it
If this mouse works, it's pretty fantastic. I like the layout, it's quick as heck, fairly lightweight for a wireless mouse, and the software, though not what I prefer, works fine for me. What killed the mouse for me was the dreaded Logitech double-click issue. Less than two days after the item arrived every click was detected as a double-click. It'd click once on the downstroke, and click again on the release. It wasn't dropped, and is in a clean environment. I thought it might be software related, so I removed all Logitech software, uninstalled/cleaned the drivers, and even tried in Linux and in Safe Mode, the problem was still there. So, it's getting returned, and for $150 I'm not going to gamble on another one. Update Ok, so I didn't take my own advice, and I gambled on a second one. I loved this mouse while it was working, it did everything I wanted extremely well, and I figured maybe I just got a lemon. The second one arrived last week, and stopped working last night. Same issues with the left click always detecting as a double-click. You can fix it with new switches, but that involves soldering, and ordering more parts for a $150 mouse. Strongly recommend just staying away entirely, don't gamble like I did.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By WiseMan - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
Mouse is great. Software is absolute trash.
I don't really have a single complaint about the mouse itself, ***but*** you need software with it to disable the stupid battery-draining LEDs, as well as the profile switching (disabling it), adjusting DPI, etc. Without GHub, you cannot adjust the DPI. With that said, Logitech Gaming Software has been excellent for many, many years. It has a great tuning feature. It was clean. It did exactly what I wanted. It worked with the G502 (and every other Logitech I had). Unfortunately, the idiots at Logitech decided to not support this mouse with it. After an hour or two of frustration, I found out that they want you to use a new piece of garbage program called "GHub". So far I hate GHub. It frequently locks up and closing it won't fix the problem. All of a sudden I'll notice my DPI is way too slow and have to restart GHub, but the problem is, closing it from the Task Tray doesn't close it fully when it's locked up. I have to go to the Task Manager and find the couple GHub programs and crash them all. Then it will restart fine and my settings will be saved. Also, either the program or the mouse goes into a sleep mode state quite often when not in use, so this means every time you grab your mouse to use it, it will be really slow until the GHub (or mouse) kicks back into gear and applies your settings. I'm not quite sure why my DPI is tied to GHub running. LGS wasn't like this. Good job, Logitech.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Luke Luther - Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2019
Favorite mouse ever but wireless
I always said only way I’m getting a new mouse is if they make a G502 wireless and here it is. I love it

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike L. - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019
As good as the original G502, but Logitech needs to learn a few things
The mouse itself is incredible. Absolutely zero lag or delay, top tier optical sensor, extremely good build quality and shape. However, charging 150 for this thing feels like Logitech is only pricing it that way because they know people will pay for such a legendary mouse. However, the g502 Hero can usually be found for around 60 dollars. How does Logitech get away with charging an extra 100 dollars to remove a wire? It’s absurd. Even the g602, which is an older wireless mouse by them, can be had for 40 dollars. The mouse is overpriced, it should be retailing for 110 at the most, not 150. Other options such as the dark core is usually around 70 dollars, the rival 650 can be had for around 100 dollars and even razer, who is known for overpricing things, is selling their mamba wireless for 99. That mouse goes on sale for around 80. Logitech needs to realize people bought their stuff because it was priced fairly and performed high end. Charging more than everyone else, is a great way to start looking like the bad guy, especially when your mice still have double clicking issues. Great mouse, bad price.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alex - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019
bad
poop

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott - Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019
Excited to swap out my G900 for this as a general use mouse... and then not. So close
This Review was done after hours of testing, I really wanted to like this mouse. I feel like I need to make this review with some VERY important points for future buyers to take into account until they are remedied by Logitech: The R&D that went into this is impressive, to completely redesign a loved mouse, make it wireless with an amazing battery and the new hero sensors and keep the exact same shape? Awesome job. That's where it ends for me. I have around 10 high end mice, and have slowly been letting them go to minimize clutter. The G Pro Wireless is my new forever-until-a-better mouse for games. When I'm not gaming, I stay with my classic G900 for it's free-scroll wheel (and a left-right mouse wheel click that G-Pro lacks). But it's battery life is no where enough with the options Logitech currently offers. So I saw this G502 as an amazing box checker, as well as more buttons. Where to start. The most important thing for a mouse is 'feel'. I grabbed it and loved the shape, I began to move it around--... what's that noise? I moved it more. Something... feels off. I moved it around, and realized.. The mouse is scratching on my mousepad. I checked the feet/stickers... nope. they are level. I checked for any imperfections in the plastic from manufacturing.. still no. I tilted the mouse slightly askew, to see which edge was catching. I was absolutely pissed off, that stupid triangle-esque texture on the pinky side? It continues Allll along to the underbelly of the mouse, and it's prominent enough to scrape the mousepad below it. I tried 5 other types of mousepad, and everything other than my metal mousepad scratches and rubs the pads. Reader, Move any mouse you own, especially a 'gaming' mouse, you know you want it to be smooth as butter. Nope, the texture printed/molded onto the mouse itself is too intense. like, lift the mouse with your thumb a milimeter and move the mouse, it will leave a gigantic scrape/rub mark. So disappointing. I am keeping the mouse, I have an order of various sandpaper grits to remove that horrible design oversight. Next... Logitech, look, your software "G-Hub" you are forcing me to now use. It is so so bad, and so overdersigned. It makes me hate it even more you forced me to download in order to even use the mouse. Nice. I know there isn't just an incompatibility issue of the hardware on the classic Logitech mouse software, because even your more recent Hero sensor mice work on it. This is just a clear attempt at outmoding your older software support, and you forced $150 mouse buyers into a beta. The software feels like you hired Twice as many graphic designers than you did programmers. You know what people are ok with in software? Simplicity, not a rubix cube draped in fine linen. What's G-hub like? Want to change DPI? Of course just, input your dpi- just kidding, you have to take each individual dot on a slider, (it will change you mouse to that when you click-hold it have fun on the higher dpi options) next, try to figure out which way to drag the dot aaaaallll the way off the slider, and you have to FLICK the dot UP off the dpi line. Yes, they made dpi options in a C-tier mobile game. Second, the different mouse profiles? Good luck, apparently if you set it to "on board memory" the mouse sticks with just 1 profile. so you can't take multiples profiles as far as I've found. And third reason G-Hub is incredible. It crashes games. Yeah, I've had 2 games with no recent updates this week, which have never crashed since I've owned them until today (weird, the day I installed G-Hub and nothing else) Once I killed G-hub in Task manager, I played the same games for a few hours, no more crashes. Nice. So leave G-hub off... OH RIGHT! Your mouse forgets everything without it! So after gaming, turned on my G502, it turns into a default RGB nightmare. You have to restart G-Hub in order to get your mouse back on track. I'm going to hold onto this mouse, I'll make it work, but the fact I'm considering using sandpaper on a cosmetic non-defect, and hating every moment on your forced G-hub utilization is such a dissapointment I have never felt towards Logitech. I expected for the price to be treated like a premium user, instead I feel treated like a beta tester who had to pay to use it. UPDATE EDIT 2 weeks later: To fix the horrible sratching/rubbing, its a combo of the texture (pinky-side) and the mouse feet are FAR to thin, and the engraved grooves for the mouse feet rake against your mouse pad /surface. I purchased third party mouse feet, and sanded the texturing off on the bottom. No more rubbing. THIS is the mouse I paid for, its smooth as butter now, and doesn't scratch at my desk. Logitech, Come on, put some better mouse skates/feet on and TEST your product on multiple surfaces so I don't have to do that. It's not even a faulty product I got, it was 6 different points of contact I had to take into my hands. It was just poor shell moulding and mouse feet that were FAR to thin.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By thunder2132 - Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019
Stopped working less than two days after receiving it
If this mouse works, it's pretty fantastic. I like the layout, it's quick as heck, fairly lightweight for a wireless mouse, and the software, though not what I prefer, works fine for me. What killed the mouse for me was the dreaded Logitech double-click issue. Less than two days after the item arrived every click was detected as a double-click. It'd click once on the downstroke, and click again on the release. It wasn't dropped, and is in a clean environment. I thought it might be software related, so I removed all Logitech software, uninstalled/cleaned the drivers, and even tried in Linux and in Safe Mode, the problem was still there. So, it's getting returned, and for $150 I'm not going to gamble on another one. Update Ok, so I didn't take my own advice, and I gambled on a second one. I loved this mouse while it was working, it did everything I wanted extremely well, and I figured maybe I just got a lemon. The second one arrived last week, and stopped working last night. Same issues with the left click always detecting as a double-click. You can fix it with new switches, but that involves soldering, and ordering more parts for a $150 mouse. Strongly recommend just staying away entirely, don't gamble like I did.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By WiseMan - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
Mouse is great. Software is absolute trash.
I don't really have a single complaint about the mouse itself, ***but*** you need software with it to disable the stupid battery-draining LEDs, as well as the profile switching (disabling it), adjusting DPI, etc. Without GHub, you cannot adjust the DPI. With that said, Logitech Gaming Software has been excellent for many, many years. It has a great tuning feature. It was clean. It did exactly what I wanted. It worked with the G502 (and every other Logitech I had). Unfortunately, the idiots at Logitech decided to not support this mouse with it. After an hour or two of frustration, I found out that they want you to use a new piece of garbage program called "GHub". So far I hate GHub. It frequently locks up and closing it won't fix the problem. All of a sudden I'll notice my DPI is way too slow and have to restart GHub, but the problem is, closing it from the Task Tray doesn't close it fully when it's locked up. I have to go to the Task Manager and find the couple GHub programs and crash them all. Then it will restart fine and my settings will be saved. Also, either the program or the mouse goes into a sleep mode state quite often when not in use, so this means every time you grab your mouse to use it, it will be really slow until the GHub (or mouse) kicks back into gear and applies your settings. I'm not quite sure why my DPI is tied to GHub running. LGS wasn't like this. Good job, Logitech.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Luke Luther - Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2019
Favorite mouse ever but wireless
I always said only way I’m getting a new mouse is if they make a G502 wireless and here it is. I love it