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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    BEST MOUSE ON THE MARKET

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

    If you choose any other mouse besides this one you’re doing it wrong. Logitech knows exactly what’s up when it comes to gaming and they have proof with this mouse right here. It has 5 programable buttons that you can set to whatever you want. Also has a dpi button that changes your mouse’s sensitivity and a mouse scroll wheel lock that can make your middle mouse button scroll freely or normally. Fits my hand perfectly and everyone that I have recommended this mouse to have loved it and I hope you do too! Not to mention it does light up, in case you like that. And it comes with weights that you can add to the bottom of the mouse in case it is too light

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
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      Hi JoanSP1013,
      Thank you for your five-star review! It is greatly appreciated. Continue to enjoy your device. If you ever need assistance, please contact Logitech Support on the website.
      LaShonda from Logitech

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great feeling mouse

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    I am a female, so my hands are probably a "medium" in the overall world of hand sizes. My previous gaming mouse was too bulky for my hand and I was constantly getting hand cramps from using it. There was so much height to the palm rest and it was just uncomfortable.. I dreaded playing games because I would have to use the mouse. This one fits my hand much better and feels more comfortable against my palm. The thumb rest is aligned well and I like how the side buttons can easily be reached without having to move my whole thumb. The scroll wheel is adjustable to free spin and regular scroll. The dpi can be easily changed by the buttons on top next to your left click. Overall the installation was easy. I added 2 of my weights to the bottom and it plugged in and started working with no issues. I found it to be a great price on sale (~ $40) for what I was looking for at the time.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
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      Hello Trigzl, we are so happy to hear the G502 HERO SE mouse is working great for you! Thank you for the 5 star review, we greatly appreciate all feedback. Just in case you didn't know, the G502 also comes with a 2 year warranty. So if you ever have any issues, please reach out to us at our Logitech Support website to get things solved. Thank you for being part of the Logitech family, Have a great day!
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    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Worked well for over a year

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    Owned for 1 year when reviewed.

    It’s been a great mouse. Not heavily used or abused but I’d say average gaming. Just noticed the left-click is starting to get spotty. First noticed in games when I tried to left-click and drag it would release what I was dragging. Would do this sporadically. Thought maybe it was lag in the game I was playing. Then I started noticing when doing other tasks on my PC. Have to say it worked well for the almost 2 years I had it but this is the first time I’ve experienced a failure in the clicking of a mouse. Have to give it 3 stars due to durability over time with average use.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
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      Hello, Matt! I'm sorry to hear that your G502 Hero SE is having a left-click issue! I would recommend reaching out to our support team here https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=360000621393 to file a warranty claim. The G502 Hero has a 2-year limited hardware warranty. Thank you for the feedback! I will be passing this along. - Maggie from Logitech G

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    Buttons, Fit, Price

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    An excellent all around gaming mouse.

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    Purchased for a friend as a birthday gift since his older Logitech mouse (I believe it was around six years old) started to experience an issue with the right mouse button. After messing it with off and on since I use his computer occasionally I feel I have enough experience with the mouse to write a review but I wanted to be to be clear that this mouse is not my daily. Pros: Build quality and ergonomics feel solid and I felt no discomfort even after several hours of use whether the activity be gaming or just browsing. Actuation force needed for top and side buttons is minimal with average travel distance although I do feel a difference between the left and right top buttons when I press down but I think that has more to do with me than anything. Clicks are audible but not loud enough to be distracting. The top cover is not one solid shell so Left and Right mouse buttons have individual tops. If you game competitively (especially playing FPS) this is a must have feature. My Razer Lancer TE is a one piece top shell and feels sluggish compared to the G502 Hero when playing games like CS:GO Valorant and Overwatch. Buttons are mappable (to be fair almost all gaming mice can do this) and the mouse has a DPI clutch that can be used to adjust quickly for precision shooting and then resets back to the previous setting quickly. Weight is adjustable if you want to customize. I recommend maxing it out and then removing the weights in stages to see what works for you. Finally the heart of the mouse is the Pixart PMW3366 sensor that is usually found in higher end mice ($75 and up) and is what helps the G502 it punch above its weight when it comes to optics. RGB is present on the mouse but it is very minimal with only the G symbol and the DPI selection indicators being illuminated (can be turned off in software). The Logitech software (G HUB) has in my opinion one of the best UI's I have ever used and is generally easier to use when compared to the other RGB/control software I have used from some other companies. I also have a G910 Orion Spectrum I use as a secondary keyboard and G HUB works well with that too. When it comes to procedures like creating key bindings, making/saving profiles, and customizing the RGB it works quite well. Finally, the price which generally hovers around $50 which is more than fair for a quality mouse that will last you for years. Cons: RGB again is very minimal which could be an issue depending on visual taste. The mouse is kinda small and that could be an issue for someone with large hands especially if you experience discomfort with the thumb rest as you might find yourself pressing DPI clutch in the middle of a fire fight. It does have very gamer look going on which can be a turn off for some. The free flowing scroll wheel with clutch can seem out of place for some since this is marketed as a gaming mouse. I really wish they squeezed in at least one (preferably two) side buttons for the right side of the mouse. General lack of buttons could be an annoyance for games like a MMORPG.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
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      Hi CXTKRS1, Thank you for this very comprehensive 5-star review of the G502 HERO Gaming Mouse. You shared a lot of helpful information and your feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your recommendation and for choosing Logitech. - Richard from Logitech

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Just like normal g502 hero but sexy

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Get out of the way basic all black mouse, get yourself a black and white and be better then others. The white paint adds 1000fps and -400%recoil to all games. Add a pink skin and boom. +999 hotness and all the npc's will follow you off a cliff.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
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      Hello Unclecarcass! We're happy to hear you're enjoying the G502 HERO SE mouse! The color combo is truly beautiful, especially with some RGB added. Feel free to reach out to our support team here https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=360000621393 if you ever need any assistance. Thank you for your feedback and for shopping Logitech! - Maggie from Logitech

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    Buttons, Fit, Grip

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Favorite Mouse

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    I’ve used the razer deathadder and razer naga and In my opinion they don’t even compare to the g502 hero. I’ve had the g502 for about 2 days and collectively used the mouse for 8 hours of gaming and 10+ hours of productivity and I am very satisfied with this mouse. I have pretty small hands and this mouse still very comfortable in the hand. I really cant think of anything that would make someone not want to purchase this mouse besides the fact that the scroll wheel down button is pretty resistant so if someone likes the use the middle mouse button then it might be a problem. However, there are 10 other programable buttons so for the majority I think this shouldn’t be a problem. The middle mouse button is also cold to the touch most of the time which isn’t bothering but it might annoy some people. I realized that the left wheel tilt button is easier the press than the right wheel tilt button (not by much). The hyperscroll is fun to fidget with. When I was working it was helpful but not that accurate. The left and right mouse buttons are really easy to press. For me it took a few hours to get used to because the mouse I was using right before (razer naga) had more resistant clicks. With the g502 I definitely feel faster in my movements in game and at work. The side buttons are really nice the click and easy to locate even in the dark. It did take an hour or 2 to get used to the positioning for me but it was very comfortable once I got it right. The rgb isn’t great but I personally like the subtleness or if (unlike the massive lit razer logo). The mouse itself is just as/a little less heavy than the razer naga but it’s good weight for me. The extra weights included feel premium but make the mouse a little too heavy (I do know some people that have up to all the weights in their mouse. It’s all up to personal preference). The grips on the sides and the glides on the button of the mouse are very nice and I have no problem moving or lifting the mouse. The glides are very smooth. I use my mouse on a steelseries mouse pad and it’s great. My palm wrests very nicely on the mouse and the texture is very comfortable. The software isn’t too great but gets the job done. I was definitely lost for a good 10 minutes until I figured out how to program the buttons. The on board memory is great because I can save my presets and never have touch ghub again. My favorite part of the mouse has to be the sensor. It just feels so much more accurate. I play rainbow six seige mostly and after getting the mouse I averaged 4-12 kills per game which was a huge step up because before with my naga, that has an atrocious sensor, my aim was very inconsistent and made playing not fun. Overall the mouse is amazing and personally I have no complaints.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
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      Hi Lamafu,
      Thank you for your five-star review! It is greatly appreciated. Continue to enjoy your device. If you ever need assistance, please contact Logitech Support on the website.
      LaShonda from Logitech

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best mouse for work or play

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

    I enjoy this mouse and all its features daily. My son uses his for gaming and I use mine for office work. The scrolling wheel and options to switch to click or spin is phenomenal. Mouse speed is another click up or down. Also, enjoy the browse back or forward buttons.

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    Buttons, Fit, Grip

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent programmable mouse for gaming

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    This is my first gaming mouse, and let me tell you a gaming mouse really does help you when gaming on a pc over a standard optical mouse. My previous mouse was an optical Logitech MX500, which served me well for at least 7 years and it still works great. It's perfect for every day use on a pc, but lacked somewhat for gaming, though it did pretty good for that. I'm a Logitech person for keyboards and mice since they are terrific products and built to last, so when I decided to get a gaming mouse, Logitech would be the one I would get. I decided on the wired Logitech G-502 Hero. I prefer wired over wireless as maybe being wired gets you a millisecond input into your computer than a wireless mouse. Many reasons figured into my getting the 502 Hero. It has 11 programmable buttons, a 100 - 16,000 dpi optical sensor, 5 quantity 3.6 gram weights to fine tune your the 502 Hero to your desired weight if wanted / needed, fantastic Logitech software to set up your mouse to your liking, 2 year warranty and a 7 foot long braided cord. And it's really 7 feet as I measured it, so you'll have plenty of length from your pc or Mac. I've been using the 502 Hero for about 10 days now, and have really been working it out for gaming. For everyday computer use, it works great. But you don't spend $80.00 on a mouse for standard pc work, you spend your hard earned money on the 502 Hero for gaming and it does an excellent job for that $80.00. I highly recommend that you download the Logitech gaming software for this mouse. You can use it without it, but you won't be able to fully maximize this mouse. As mentioned earlier, you can program up to 11 buttons to whatever you want each button to do. You can even program up to 3 profiles using the software. In addition you can change the color of the "G" on the mouse to whatever color you want. Though I did pick a color, you can't see it when your hand is on the mouse. But it's a cool feature non the less. PROS : #1... Fit my hand perfectly. I'm a guy with average size hands. #2...11 programmable buttons. #3...100 - 16,000 dpi optical sensor. #4...Logitech software. #5...2 year warranty. #6...7 foot long cord. #8...It's a Logitech. Cons : There are only three things I don't care for on this mouse. #1...the wheel is a bit too high, for me at least. Hopefully I'll get used to it. My old MX500 had a very short in height wheel. Also the wheel is just metal with some notches in it. It would be great if Logitech had put a notched rubbed cover over the metal wheel as it would give you more of a "grip" on the wheel. I find my finger sometimes sliding which is not good while gaming. #2...There is a button right behind the wheel that lets you choose whether the wheel is smooth and rolls freely or clicks like a regular wheel would do. Unfortunately, I hit that button frequently when gaming as there is a button right behind that, that I use a lot, and it unlocks the wheel and it free spins which does not help at all when gaming. I hope Logitech eliminates this feature in the next version of this mouse. #3...The two buttons on the left side of the mouse are somewhat sharp instead of rounded. It does not hurt or cut your thumb, it's just uncomfortable. So even with those three cons, I still give this mouse a 5 out of 5 stars.I wish I had upgraded my standard mouse to a gaming mouse many years ago, but I thought it was unnecessary and a hype. The Logitech G502 Hero has changed my mind and I can highly recommend this mouse. Read the reviews and I think you'll agree if you're on the fence about a gaming mouse.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic

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    Owned for 3 months when reviewed.

    This mouse is an absolute unit. It’s responsive, customizable and very high quality. Logitech has a lifetime customer from me because of this mouse

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Service

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    Very good prizes great buy, cheap and good service.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Been waiting for a white ver

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Absolutely gorgeous mouse! I have every single G502 mouse. I had purchased the SE because it had tracings of white on it for my white build and then when this came out I instantly bought it. I don’t play LoL anymore it’s been 6 years but I can still appreciate the mouse. It doesn’t scream LoL too much you can just view the KDA as a brand name. I love the fit of this mouse because I have small hands and my bf who has big hands loves his as well. It’s a well rounded mouse for everyone. I take out all my weights because I like super light mice while my bf likes his heavier and has all the weights in. I also REALLY love the feel of the scroll wheel it’s textured and you can change if you want a seamless or bumped scroll. Also I LOVE being able to change my DPI on the fly since I use this to work as well and require a lower DPI than when I’m gaming. All buttons feel fantastic and the clicks are super responsive and quick. I never have complaints on these mice. But it being a mouse I always suggest buying a 2 year protection plan because no matter what mouse you get there’s a chance the buttons or clicks will stop being responsive. And Best Buy makes it easy. Also a noted difference between both the SE and the black versions this doesn’t have a corded cord this ones a normal smooth cord which was kind of disappointing.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
      Posted .

      Hi Maka, we're glad to see that you're loving the exclusive G502 Hero K/DA mouse! Logitech doesn't do a lot of awesome design collaborations like these often. White is a wildly popular color that most gamers actually want. So when the K/DA edition released, it definitely was a hit! Even if you don't play League of Legends anymore, it's still a really cool exclusive to add to your arsenal. Continue to enjoy!

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    Buttons, Fit, Price

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Improved solid gaming mouse

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    I was using a Logitech 500s mouse and this one will finally replace it. The mouse is the same size, but the thumb rest Is a bit wider and more comfortable. The scroll wheel protrudes from the unit more and does not have a rubber strip on it anymore. It’s been stylized more and has a more angular look to it now. It looks nice, and feels good. I like my mouse light, but you can easily add weights if wanted. When used with the Logitech software, it was instantly recognized and all of the buttons and lights are changeable to suit your needs. The logo G on the mouse and the DPI/program indicators can be any RGB color, but must be the same. There are two lighting effects, and a sleep timer for the lights. It has standard DPI +/-, forward/back/ wheel hyper/regular scroll, and profile buttons. The third thumb button has been shifted forward on the side and is easier to select. This is now the DPI shift button. DPI goes up to 16K and you have 5 preset DPI setting you can assign. The DPI shift button allows you to change the DPI to another preset as long as it’s held. So, you have a game setting you like and then you could speed or slow down the rate for particular situations. All of the buttons can be changed to anything you want in the software. The bottom of the mouse easily flips off to reveal the weight holding area. Magnets are used to keep it together and once not in use you can turn the mouse over and flick the bottom open. A definite improvement over the 500s to me. Just more options and a bit more comfortable. The 502 is a solid gaming mouse at a decent price point. In the picture, the 502 is on the left.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Extremely happy with this mouse.

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Spectacular mouse for the sale price of $33. I don't feel anything different from the regular G502 all black mouse. I wanted a white mouse to go with my build, but the KDA version was out of my budget.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing mouse but shipping and handling sucks

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    This is a great mouse! I have a big hands and it fits pretty nice in my hand and nice weight to it even without extra weights that comes with. Make sure download the Logitech software for this or else your side lights won’t work all the time. I’m putting 4 star review here because when I received my package the box was little beat up, almost as somebody didn’t care and put something heavy item on top of it. Overall this is a great mouse and I love it how you can customize the lighting, weights, and program other buttons.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Upgrade Time!

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    I really wanted to upgrade my mouse and was searching for awhile, because I wanted the best bang for the buck, and this one has soooo many awesome buttons that make things easier and fun to play games with, for $50 you can’t find better!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome mouse

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    Owned for 11 months when reviewed.

    Great for gaming. Long lasting product, looks amazing and performs stupendously. Two side buttons for macro keys for gaming and can be used in gaming and working conditions. Bought less than a year ago and still working as when I bought it.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A special edition of one of the best!

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    If you already have a 502 with the never model sensor, then maybe this isn’t a must. That being said, the new look is sharp, and if you love this mouse as much as I do it may be worth the price tag. Best gaming mouse I’ve ever encountered (though Corsair’s Nightsword is a fair second). I’ve read some other reviews that say it integrates with the new Logitech software better, now. I never had an issue before with my 1st gen 502 and this one does just fine as well.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Logitech Hero Mouse

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

    Nice mouse with working computer app to hot key and program different profiles for multiple games/programs. Lots of weight changing functions and buttons.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Logitech
      Posted .

      Hello, we are happy to hear that you are enjoying your G502 HERO mouse. The G502 is one of my favorite in the lineup as well, I love the 11 programmable keys for gaming and office shortcuts, along with the infinity scroll wheel for zipping through many files quickly. If you ever have any feature/settings questions, please visit us for support at https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us

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    Buttons, Fit, Grip

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Game on!

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    Mice are kind of like fancy gloves, you really need to try them on to see if they fit you right. The Logitech G502 Hero is one of those that you really need to put your hands on and give it a bit of your play style. I really like the space age look of this mouse and love the grip as the thumb rests on the mouse instead of the mousepad. But, I found myself bumping buttons when I didn’t intend to and it might just be because of my lanky fingers. There are 11 programmable buttons, but with the click of one of the buttons you can change between profiles allowing you to program each of those buttons with other functions, or use g-shift to only change when that combo is pushed. However, keep in mind the left and right mouse click and the scroll wheel clicks count in that. The highly adjustable DPI and the ability to shift that on the fly really gives a nice edge in gaming and image editing. I also enjoy the ability to add weights to help give you exactly the feel that you are looking for. Maybe you like it light, maybe heavy, but you can adjust it 3.6g at a time to find that balance. Another feature I never realized I wanted is the ability to unlock the scroll wheel for smooth spin. Like spinning the wheel on Wheel of Fortune at your fingertips, giving yourself an infinite scroll. The cord is also extra long and threaded giving a sturdy no kink feel to it. The Logitech Gaming Software, once downloaded from their site, allows you to program each of the buttons, adjust the DPI, change the lighting and other options. However, the software is part of the reason why I’m dropping one star (which I wish could be half). It’s overly complicated when you just need it for a simple settings. The software is meant for pretty much all Logitech gaming hardware, which is good if you have other devices. It even links you to other gaming apps for specific games. Then when you click on the help link, it takes you to a 130 page document that puts a lot of that hardware in the same place if that is any indication of too much in one place. It’s not that I hate the software, just that I felt like I spent way too long trying to get what I wanted and all this other stuff was just in the way. If you are looking for a highly programmable, comfortable, and customizable mouse, the Logitech G502 Hero is certainly worth giving it a go.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Logitech Hasn’t Disappointed Me Yet!

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    By far my most favorite mouse to use, I can’t even go back to using my others!

    I would recommend this to a friend