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wireless gamin mouse

so i already made one post about this but no one rly answerd so im doing it again

Im buying a new wireless gaming mouse that is good and not over 90$ any recommendations?
Ive been thinking to order the G502 but idk if its good 

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its fine but compared to the "In trend" mouse now a days, this mouse is quite heavy(will be heavier with weights) . also, check if the grip of the mouse is comfortable for you 

 

PS: I own a G502 Hero. not the wireless one.

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But the G502 isn't wireless? At least, not the G502 Lightspeed, that thing is $150, and an additional $100 if you order the Logitech PowerPlay mat along with it.

 

The ergonomics - or lack thereof depending on who you ask - take a while to adjust to if you don't use a palm grip and/or have small hands and fingers. I used to use a Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum (second revision with RGB and black accents) and because I'm a palm-gripper with 19x9cm hands, it was fairly easy for me.

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8 hours ago, sowon said:

But the G502 isn't wireless? At least, not the G502 Lightspeed, that thing is $150, and an additional $100 if you order the Logitech PowerPlay mat along with it.

 

The ergonomics - or lack thereof depending on who you ask - take a while to adjust to if you don't use a palm grip and/or have small hands and fingers. I used to use a Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum (second revision with RGB and black accents) and because I'm a palm-gripper with 19x9cm hands, it was fairly easy for me.

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9 hours ago, MartinKweh said:

its fine but compared to the "In trend" mouse now a days, this mouse is quite heavy(will be heavier with weights) . also, check if the grip of the mouse is comfortable for you 

 

PS: I own a G502 Hero. not the wireless one.

i owned the g903 but i returned it bc the seller gave me the wrong parts

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6 hours ago, iamlegs said:

pretty sure that 90 euros, not $90

G502 Lightspeed Review

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Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn (Romer G)

Rexus Legionare MX5.1 (Content Browns)

Mice:

Logitech G602

Logitech G502 Lightspeed
Steelseries Rival 105

Logitech M330

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I have the logitech g305 and I really like it.  Doesn't have rgb, have the hero sensor and lightspeed wireless connectivity.  It's not that heavy but not quite lightweight either, just under 100g.  It's not a big mouse but can be palm gripped for those with medium hands.  Batterie is AA and last quite a while and you can use a AAA one with an adapter to reduce the weight a bit.  I paid mine 60 CAD so it's not that expensive.

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I mean there is always the razer viper ultimate if you're willing to go over budget

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