Wireless Gaming Mouse. At its heart is a 2500 DPI sensor, featuring the exclusive Delta Zero sensor optimizations for high-accuracy cursor control, plus battery-extending power optimization routines. It comes advertised as having enough juice to last you up to 250 hours of gaming, while in Performance mode. The SRP for the Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse is RM269.
The official specification from the website, showing most of the things you need to know about the mouse.
It comes packaged in a nice solid box, with an open-able top that reveals the mouse inside. Nicely done.
receive the wireless mouse, receiver, USB receiver extension cable and setup
mouse right now and I find it to be very comfortable. J
with me now, let’s see how they measure up next to one another. J Both are
nearly identical in size but the G602 is slightly bigger though. Lovers of the
G400 will no doubt have any problems adapting to the new G602.
obviously need to pull it off before using the mouse.
wheel) that allows you to switch between endurance or performance mode. Nice
power saving feature which may be useful when you’re not gaming. We also have
two DPI toggle switches right beside the primary left click button. It allows
you to toggle between the different DPI settings. There is a small DPI display
indicator beside the side buttons which indicates what DPI setting you’re at. On
the left side of the mouse, we have a further additional six side buttons. Great.
mode, or blue when you’re in performance mode. It also displays your battery level. You can also check the battery level from the Logitech Gaming Software. Do take note that once you toggle the switch, the light stays on for about 7
seconds before it automatically switches off. You can check the battery level/mode again by pressing the side button (G6), which will light up the indicator again.
simple and anyone would be able to quickly get the hang out of it. The saved profiles
can be stored via the mouse’s on-board memory. As you can see, all the buttons
are fully customizable and you can also adjust the DPI sensitivity level. So far, I see no options for macro programming. From the top left corner of the software, you can also check the battery level/mode of the mouse. The photo below shows that it is currently in performance mode (blue), while the battery level is full.
• Solidly built
• Nice aesthetic
• Very comfortable
• All buttons and scroll wheel feels great
• Uses standard AA batteries
• Software is simple and relatively easy to use
• Depending on your grip, this mouse may not be suitable for claw-grip type of users
• No option to keep it wired
• No macro programming
• Slightly heavy
Reviewed by: rav3n82