[Gaming Mice] Logitech g602

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[Gaming Mice] Logitech g602

Post  infntnub on Thu Mar 20, 2014 1:11 pm

I don't know why suddenly I'm considering it, but after spending 2/3 of my life playing FPS on the PC I'm looking at going to a wireless mouse.

In particular this one:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104914

Initially I didn't consider wireless to be an option but the more I look into it everything sounds vastly improved in regards to input lag and signal interruption issues. Most reviews I find say the mouse operates/reads from up to 6 feet away from the sensor. That sounds pretty impressive to me. Higher scale options weigh in over $100 which is more than I'd ever spend on a mouse/headset/keyboard - but the 60ish price tag sounds reasonable as I read through all the feedback..

Anyone ever use this thing? General feedback on wireless gaming mice?
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Post  infntnub on Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:20 am

Bought it last Friday - the more I read or watch youtube reviews the more I can't wait to play with my new toy!!

It will be like Christmas... Part 2.   bounce bounce bounce 

Stay tuned for my feedback.

Btw, it hurts me to say that in this case Amazon > Newegg.

Newegg wanted $79 plus shipping - I found a seller on Amazon asking for $58 and shipping was free. Yum.
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Post  infntnub on Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:07 am

Finally had a moment during the week to set up the new mouse..

Bumped my sens up from .95 to 1.34 and ended up sticking with 2 batteries instead of taking one out to reduce weight.. you get used to the heavier mouse feel pretty fast.

It's very smooth and in the 2 practice CA games I didn't notice any input lag. I'm pretty happy with it. I just need to figure out if I need to actually turn it off when I'm not using my computer - not sure if it will go into a hibernation of sorts and conserve the battery life (?)

The only drawback I can think of is that I don't like the 6 side buttons and it's hard to really know where you're at on the mouse without looking - they all feel the same. My solution was to assign both keys in each row to the same weapon. Row 1 both keys are SG, row 2 both keys are RL, row 3 both keys are LG.

In an RPG environment I bet the key arrangement is great but not so much for a fast paced game like qlive.

One thing also to note - if you're a "claw" grip player this mouse may not agree with you. I'm a "palm" grip guy and this is PERFECT for that type of player. My hand fits this mouse amazingly well - probably the biggest plus outside the smooth tracking. For comparison purposes -> my hands are average size; can almost palm a basketball but not quite completely.

But yea, if you can find it for a sale price and are looking for a new mouse to try it I'd definitely say give it consideration.

p.s. I wasn't kidding when I said I'm in love with the thumb rest - with all my previous mice my thumb slowly slides down to the bottom edge of the mouse and rags on the mousepad - this is a problem of the past!
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