Logitech g502. G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse

Also, unlike most gaming mice, you can unlock the Logitech's scroll wheel for free scrolling, making it more versatile if you also want to use it for office use The G502 has an ergo-shaped body with a thumb rest and twice as many buttons as the G PRO
At this point, I'd really just like a refund Unfortunately, due to its large size, it may not be the best option for people with small hands

Now I have to go all day without a mouse.

Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED Review
On the other hand, the SteelSeries is heavier and may feel slightly more comfortable for people who don't like having a thumb rest
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The G502 HERO feels better built and more comfortable
Logitech G502 HERO Review
The G502 is a large and heavy mouse with an ergo-shaped body and a thumb rest
It is so so bad, and so overdersigned There are three buttons on the left side, including a sniper one, and two additional ones on the main left click for CPI adjustments
Unfortunately, it's a wired-only mouse and the wire is quite stiff, so if you have a cluttered desk, it may be an issue As for primary button noise, the Spectrum's is higher pitched and slightly more metallic in tone than the G5's throatier and more plasticky tick

It also has RGB lighting and a mouse wheel with tilt buttons, and a scroll wheel you can unlock for free scrolling.

G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse
I am keeping the mouse, I have an order of various sandpaper grits to remove that horrible design oversight
Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED Review
It's a larger mouse that's well-suited for all grip types but best-suited for larger hands
Logitech Gaming Mouse G502 (Hero)
The sensor is also updated and has a much wider CPI range, a lower lift-off distance, and marginally lower click latency when wired, though it's likely too small of a difference for most people to notice