Logitech - G602 Wireless Optical 11-Button Scrolling Gaming Mouse - Black

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Experience pinpoint accuracy in your gaming action with this Logitech G602 910-003820 wireless gaming mouse, which features 5 distinct dpi settings to accommodate your needs. Eleven programmable buttons give you customized control.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
  • Wireless receiver, receiver extender cable, 2 AA batteries
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2133 out of 2213)

Features


2 easy-to-reach buttons

Let you cycle through 5 dpi settings, from 250 to 2500 dpi resolution, allowing you to choose the appropriate sensitivity for your situation.

Optical technology

With an LED-illuminated Delta Zero sensor for precise control and power-optimization routines.

Performance mode

Provides up to 250 hours of battery life without sacrificing any gaming-grade capabilities.

Endurance mode

Offers up to 1,440 hours of battery life and is ideal for nongaming applications.

Indicator light

Glows blue to indicate Performance mode, green to indicate Endurance mode and blinking cyan to indicate low power.

11 programmable buttons

Let you map out game commands and multicommand macros for personalized control.

Naturally shaped design

With slip-resistant grips offers comfort and control.

9.8' operating distance

Allows you to find a comfortable position.

2.4GHz wireless connectivity

For simple operation from a distance.


Customer rating

4.7
97%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.2

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    The worst mouse ever purchased!

    Posted
    Grundy

    I purchased this mouse Jun 2 2018. I currently have a Logitech M720 and it has been the best wireless mouse I have ever used. So I had high expectations for the G602. But I was seriously let down. The G602 is junk. I purchased the mouse and it arrived while my Niece was here for summer break. We were watching one of her favorite shows on netflix and the G602 that I had received in the mail 15 minutes earlier contributed to my anger breaking the HDD in my laptop. The G602 would cause the courser to twitch on the screen on top of it not even tracking when you move the mouse. So after twitching on the screen the whole time the mouse was plugged up, I lost my cool and slammed my hand on the table causing my laptop to bounce and breaking the HHD when it landed back on the table. So I had to order a new HDD and reinstall Windows in order to use my laptop again. So I finally got the laptop working again and decided to try and use the mouse again (It was too late to return it and Greenville Best Buy wouldn't take it back the day after since I couldn't show them with a broken laptop what the mouse was doing), and guess what? The cursor still sits on the screen twitching and gradually moves where ever it wants on the screen To get the thing to register moving from one side f the screen to the other, the mouse would have to move 3 FEET for the tracking on the mouse to even register that you wanted the courser on one side of the screen to be on the other side. I have owned many Logitech mice (The Trackman was my favorite for years and was what I used in FPS games). I guess Logitech is good at making a plain old wireless mouse and that I should stick with Mad Catz if I want a functioning Gaming Mouse that does what a mouse is suppose to do AND can function as a multi-button gaming mouse also. So congratulations Bestbuy, you stuck me for $48.13 for the price of the mouse and the two year Geek Squad replacement that you won't honor because it doesn't cover something I was told I should have taken care of the first two weeks of owning the mouse even though I took it back to one of the stores the day after reviving the product.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Smooth and easy to use

    Posted
    Krazyredboy
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I'll start off by saying that I like this mouse. It has a smooth glide on my mouse pads, the button functions are easy to reach and easy to use, the speed settings are also easy to use, and I love that it is wireless. As for the wireless, so far, I have used it for a few games and have found it to be very responsive and quick. I've been shy of using wireless mice for anything but the trivial and normal desktop use and never trusted them for active gaming like in FPS. I haven't noticed any lag, the pickup distance is adequate, and it's standby time for response is more than long enough for my type of gameplay. As for all of the buttons... I must admit that I have yet to use them all. This mouse does have more functionality than I currently need. I'm certain I will find a use for those other buttons, but for now, I really cannot comment. The tracking seems to be spot on, from what I can tell. The track speed is easily changed and works well across my Hi-res gaming monitor, as well as my many screens in my multi-monitor setup. However... I have found this mouse to be slightly small for my hand. I don't have the largest hands, but I do wear a size-Large glove, of which I would consider average. There is a little bit of discomfort when it comes to long gaming sessions (for me, that is 3 hours or more). I do wish there was a smooth scroll switch, as I do appreciate being able to use that function on other mice, but I can't say that is really a detractor. It does not advertise having any special scroll features, so I shouldn't expect one, but I do wish it was there. The only other problem I have with this mouse is the physical reconfigurability. No weights and no size adjustment (as I mentioned above, it is just a little too small for my hand). I would have, at the very least, liked to have an option for weights, given that there are two AA batteries powering the mouse. I cannot yet comment on battery life, but I've been using this mouse for several days, now, and have not had to change them. So... that's a plus! Last, the price is excellent. I bought this mouse for less than 40 dollars, and that is a steal. Even with the detractors, you can't really beat this price to performance.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect

    Posted
    Nick

    Logitech G602 mouse review This is a very nice mouse. Here is what I think Logitech got right; -Unpacking is uneventful and easy, without the usual welded hard plastic shell cutting challenge. You can put the Band-Aid away. -The USB receiver is placed next to the mouse in the packaging, so no panic sets in that it's missing. There is also a storage place for it inside the battery compartment for travel. -Nice hi-tech design, but functional and ergonomically correct. -The center wheel works OK, but not as good as on some other Logitech products. The middle-click feels positive and respond well to click and drag operations on the G602, but I think the M705 (and some others) have a lot better wheel design, but on those the middle-click and drag is worthless. If you use them with GoogleEarth or SolidWorks a lot, you'd know what I'm talking about. -Feels solid and comfortable with well positioned buttons. The grip surface has a slight "sandy" feel to it for a positive non-slip grip. -It has huge sliding pads on the bottom. They don't look like they would come off anytime soon. This is actually an issue on other rodents. -The buttons feel positive with a slight mechanical click, making click and drag operations a snap. Some mouse with mushy buttons have a real problem with that. -Works on off-the-shelf AA batteries, either just one, or to double the battery life, two. -It's cordless! That's that, it has so many advantages over corded ones, that alone would be a long list. The response and accuracy is outstanding. The working wireless range to the receiver is ridiculously large, I've tried it from well over 10 feet without any lag or issues. About the software; -The software is downloaded and installed from the Internet from Logitech's website. This is not necessarily bad, since the latest version is ensured that way and a CD is not wasted. -Programming the mouse buttons is easy with a nice visual experience. I've programmed mine with cut and paste operations, the silver ones on top, and comes in very handy. -This is important; the custom settings are stored in the mouse memory, so the mouse can be used on any computer without having to install Logitech's software on other computers. Also, once the custom programming is done, the Logitech process can be ended in Task manager to free up computer memory clutter and does not have to be loaded at startup. Suggestions for improvements and cons; -Does not have sideway scrolling in the wheel. This was not a deal breaker for me, but people should know about it. -Round off the front needle-like shapes on the left and right buttons, they look like you could stab somebody with them. They may break off too if the rodent is dropped just right. -Does not end wars, cure sickness and feed the hungry (come to think of it, used right it just might one day), but for a mouse it's very nice. :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Definitely underpriced

    Posted
    alflo3000
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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    So I didnt really NEED a new mouse, but I've never had an actual WIRELESS gaming mouse, and with the reviews and the sale price I thought what the heck. Just to give you an idea of the type of use my mice (I have a few) go through, I game on PC approximately 4-5 hours about 4 days a week, and about 10 hours on the weekend. So my mice tend to generally get used a lot. The games vary from MMO's to FPS, so a mouse that is comfortable and precise are both things that I look for in a gaming mouse. Up to now I used about 3 different mice, all of which had their uses. I used a Logitech G600 MMO gaming mouse, a logitech G9 gaming mouse, and I rarely used my Razer Death Adder mouse (just wasn't comfortable). Out of the first two I loved the G9 the best, but unfortunately I wore it out. I was hard pressed to find a mouse I liked after that..that is, until I bought the G602. This mouse is fantastic. Feels great, left and right click are responsive, precision is great, weight also feels good (no physical weights like the G9 had, but you have the option to use 1 or 2 batteries depending on your preference), and what I thought would be the best part NO WIRES. Now, don't get me wrong no wires is fantastic, but the thing that sticks out the most is the BATTERY LIFE! This mouse has two modes, Performance and Endurance. Performance obviously turns up the dpi (to a very nice 2500 dpi) for fast response and accuracy, and also a whopping 250 battery life (with two batteries). You CAN change it to Endurance mode of you want more life out of it, BUT the mouse does turn itself off, stretching that potential 250 hours out. I bought this mouse on June 14, 2014 and today is July 18. I have YET to loose one bar on the battery. That's impressive. All in all I am super happy with this purchase. I am almost tempted to buy another in case the next model sky rockets if Logitech figures out the value people are getting out of this. Also I am using this on a windows 8.1 OS in case you were wondering about compatibility. One SMALL negative is using the wireless adapter. It didn't like the USB port I initially plugged it in to, and I ended up using the extension and connecting it to a USB port directly connected to the motherboard.. No problems whatsoever after that.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome mouse for FPS gaming

    Posted
    sgtdisturbed47

    As a die-hard wired mouse gamer, I was reluctant to get a wireless mouse. My fear was poor range and that dreaded input lag. There is none. I don't mean "barely any", I mean that I cannot tell that it's wireless. The input is just as fast as my wired gaming mice. As for the range, I can use it 6 feet away without any trouble, and if it does get sketchy beyond a certain range, the included USB extension will solve that problem. Now, with a wireless keyboard and this awesome wireless mouse, I can sit on the couch and dominate on BF4 in total comfort without missing any of my shots. The tracking is superb, as it would be with any other optical gaming mouse. Between my G400s and this G602, I now prefer the G602. Pretty much the same superb, smooth, and accurate tracking (I think they use the same sensor). It's comfortable for both "claw" grip and full-on palm grip. Can run on just one battery for a little less weight (it's lightweight with both batteries but I prefer it lighter). This doesn't affect performance, because the batteries are installed in parallel, so 1 battery gives 125 hours of life, and 2 batteries gives you 250 hours. Adjustable DPI setting using the 2 very easy to reach buttons next to the left-click makes it easy to steady my shots or if need-be, crank it up while I'm flying jets. Overall, I'm extremely impressed, and I'm not easy to please when it comes to gaming mice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome wireless gaming mouse. Maybe the best yet.

    Posted
    Chimuel
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I love this mouse. I've had more or less every iteration of Logitech's gaming mice...the G7, the G700, and then the G700s briefly. The G602 is slightly flatter, which I appreciate. The strong curve of the 700 makes it harder to use the mouse "claw" style"...you more or less have to palm grip it. Since the 602 is flatter it gives you more of an option in terms of how to hold it...which also makes it better for marathon sessions since you can change your hand position to avoid getting tired. I was a little concerned that there would be button overload along the left side...since this mouse basically does away with anyy buttons on the top or right side (there are buttons on the top but they're all related to DPI changes by default). However, in practice I've found that I even prefer this setup. What it comes down to mostly is I *need* my index finger nearly 100% of the time for the left click, so having alternate buttons for my index finger make it difficult to continue using the left click at the same time. Obviously my thumb has no issues with that. It is easy to distinguish the 6 buttons from one another as well. The thing that really takes the cake about this mouse is the battery life. Despite being able to charge the g700 of the fly, and use it at the same time, I found that I would often just leave it plugged in because I kept running out of battery at the most inopportune moments (of course). And it happened rather frequently...I'd run out of juice every other day or so. I don't like having to remember to plug it in at the end of a session. Having 250 hours out of a battery (which can also be rechargeable anyway), is WAY better than the 12 hours from the g700. My last concern was that the lack of DPI (the g700s as slightly better DPI at max settings), but in use, I found I couldnt really tell much of a difference. Since the G602 is typically cheaper...I'd say it's a hands down better mouse.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Bang For Your Buck!

    Posted
    dennyordinary
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    This wireless mouse is awesome! i cant believe what i got for the price that ive paid. build quality better than i thought, all the buttons clicks nicely without any weird noise or signs if they are not gonna last long and the finish is very nice, nice comliment for my alienware r315! it deffinetelly looks more expensive than it is. now since i dont really game that much anymore, but ive tried some games like rise of the tomb raider and this mouse just perform verywell almost without any lag at all! now to be honest if i game id preffer using my xbox controller anyways so if you play games using mouse and keyboard my opinion might be not enough reason for you to consider getting this mouse. my main purpose using the mouse is to edit photos and videos, and man there are so many buttons on it that i dont even think ill be using them anytime soon or even ever.LOL i saw the picture on the box it has many buttons so i thought maybe i could program those buttons to work with adobe premiere and some other photo editing softwares, but untill today i havent found a way to do it and i dont think its possible. but for what i paid for it, id keep it. i just wish id be a little bit lighter but hey, if its too light id wouldnt be called gaming mouse.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    More than just a gaming mouse

    Posted
    ajr30
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I got this mouse primarily for WOW but I didn't want something that would be too large or annoying for everyday use as well. This works perfectly. The applications of this mouse go beyond just MMO games. Pros: - Slick and comfortable design - Extra mouse keys are programmable to anything you can think of. You can make a single button press of the mouse do a simple key value (like button 1 = "tab") or complex/multi-press (like button 1 = press "shift + tab" then press "t" then release "shift" first then release "tab" and "t") - Software auto-detects what program/game you're playing and changes keymapping - Works great for MMO, FPS, and strategy games. - Works awesome for everyday programs (e.g. web browsers) too. Cons: - I wish the software would detect the program that is in focus rather than simply tell if a program is running. It would be nice to have keybindings for Chrome and then switch to a different set when I'm using Explorer or Word without having to either close or set a persistent profile. - A few times, the software stopped recognizing that I was in a game. I'm not sure why, but it could have been because I had been alt+tabbing out of the game a lot. To remedy this, I just set a persistent profile when I want to be 100% the profile doesn't drop randomly. (Note: this is a rare occurrence) -May not be great for people with smaller hands. My hands are not huge but wife's hands are definitely smaller and she hates this mouse (Full disclosure: she doesn't like the extra buttons either. She likes a simple mouse)

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews

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