You may be wondering why I’ve reviewed the Logitech G502, in the year 2018. The reasoning behind this is good: this mouse is so good that Logitech kept this for years, with the improvement of the Logitech G502, as well as the wireless model, the Logitech G502 Lightspeed-has given us a new reason to come back. The classic design of the mouse is still there, but with a new sensor, in order to make it competitive with the best in gaming mice on the market. This is the The Logitech G502 Hero Review.
Some of you may love the design, but its sharp, angular looks makes it a very strange looking out-of-game scenarios. It is also built around many, many more buttons than the typical mouse, so not all of the types of grip will be comfortable for you. However, for those who like to design, there’s almost nothing not to like.
Logitech G502 The Hero Review: Design
If you are familiar with the previous iteration of the G502, don’t expect to see much change on the outside. It is still a dark, moody, angular, Batmobile-like the rat that he is, always has been. It looks strange in an office environment, but it fits perfectly into the game’s battle station. The building combines a black matte plastic for the primary and the buttons and handles and places that are glossy plastic in between the smooth section of the mouse and the extra buttons. The matte plastic that does a very good job of hiding the grip, but the glossy plastic makes you a worse worker.
The wheel is glossy black, and perfectly sculpted. A button just behind the scroll wheel changes the position, and it is a real pleasure with the pronounced clicks of the mouse. Turning with the mouse to the infinite scrolling, the wheel can rotate freely, by a good click on, you can do it with the mouse to rotate by more than about 10 seconds. The terms of service and any other documents that long have never been more comfortable, don’t read it. Even though the G502 feels reliable on the whole, it’s almost like the mouse that you can use to draw the blood by means of all of the hard edges.
The two buttons on the left side of the main right to hang oddly over the edge, and feel like they could easily break. The G502’s Hero has a setting for RGB lighting, the DPI indicators, and the Logitech G logo. Both of these areas, the lighting is cleverly placed so that they are visible between the thumb and index finger when you hold the mouse down. By default, however, the DPI indicators will not be lit. For the most part, the placement of the buttons is great.
The three thumb buttons are easily discernible by feel to within reach, but challenging to click on a wrong way. Some people may have a hard time with the buttons to the left of the home button of the mouse. We have to keep them together for the DPI change, and in the front, it’s easy enough to hit accidentally and the feel of the neck, in a sudden, much faster than the mouse. The G502’s Hero is not the one that is most comfortable for larger hands. It’s a little on the thin side, and the side handles don’t provide a lot of traction.
Claw grip works well enough, but the deeper the grooves, and a soft-rubber finish, it would give a more secure grip. A compartment at the bottom pops open, allowing for up to five 3.6 g weights to be added in order to give the G502 a Hero with a good weight.
Logitech G502 The Hero Review: Performance
Logitech G502 the Hero has a 1000 Hz polling rate and a 1ms response time, which is what a good game is to click, and we can hardly see any weaknesses in this section. But the real Hero of the sensor with the help of the mouse glowed. The Hero of the sensor, delivers flawless tracking, based on our experience with it. It has support for a DPI range from 100 to 16,000, though it seems that the upper is mostly of no consequence. What is important is how well it responds to our movements in the hand and how consistent it is.
We would never have noticed the strange movements of the mouse. And thanks for the follow, at a maximum speed of 400 inches per second and a maximum acceleration of more than 40Gs, it will be difficult to do this click on the border. We have been through a whole lot of Black Ops 4, Black, in a way, and a lot of Overwatch to see how it has kept up with the times, the response is within a fraction of a second, and the high degree of precision is required in each and every game, and he did not disappoint us one bit. The only sore point is the way in which many of the times we were able to click on the button to increase the DPI wrong, and all of a sudden, we’re at 5,000 DPI, instead of 2,500.
The switches under the buttons feel good and give you an answer, click on it with the minimum amount of labor. There is enough resistance to stop you from clicking incorrectly, and at the same time putting our finger on the button, but none of them feel very soft. The Logitech software is for customization, it is relatively easy to use, and it is highly recommended that a mouse with so many buttons on it. To get the most out of the G502 a Hero, you need to have a plan for all of the buttons.
For a game like Overwatch might not have as many buttons (unless you want to have quick access to all of your voice lines, but in a game like rainbow Six Siege, you can benefit from if you have all of your gadgets, and the movement of the options are right at your fingertips. Adding a lean to the left and to the right, with a simple movement of the center scroll wheel, you can perform various tricks and advanced that it would be more difficult as the game controls are standard.
Pricing and Availability
With a starting price of $79 (us $ 79, US$129), and the Logitech G502 Hero of click for games, hits, at a fair price point for a gaming mouse that offers just as much as he does. It runs up against the near flawless, SteelSeries Rival, and 600 on a $79 (us $ 79, US$119), and it costs more than the equally brilliant Rival, 310, and Sensei, 310 as much at $59 ($59,$99). As the competing mice, the Logitech G502 Hero will only win, if you want to design, or have a use for all those extra buttons.
The Logitech G502 Hero Of The Review: The Conclusion
The brilliant performance of this mouse gives you, and the amazing flexibility offered by the all of your buttons and weight adjustment, we will give you a firm hold. But we can’t ignore the giant shadow that SteelSeries launches on it. The Hero of the Sensor has a higher maximum DPI and maximum speed of a crawl, but the TrueMove 3 is the latest gaming SteelSeries mice, it actually is impeccable in this book. The TrueMove 3+ add a second sensor, which leads you need to click on the control to the next level, the advanced of the take-off of the probe. The style and construction of the net 310, the Sensei 310, and a Rival to the 600’s are also of very high quality.
While a couple of hands, you will enjoy the feel of the G502’s Hero, and the large buttons, the best games and wireless mice to the SteelSeries, it does not cost more, and, in effect, provide equal performance and more options for different grips.
8.5 The Total Score
Logitech is the new Hero of the Sensor is better than that of the G502, but that some structural improvements may have been enough to keep up with the best of the SteelSeries.
- Flawless sensor
- The buttons for all of your needs
- The weights are adjustable
- Cleverly placed LEDs
- The DPI indicators will not be lit up
- Handles on the side would be better