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Logitech still makes updated versions of the 502 in both wired and wireless, if you're happy with it and just want "the same but not broken." I have the G604 and I love it because I have big hands and like a lot of side buttons (I'm mostly playing Paradox games and FFXIV these days). The MX Master looks like it has similar ergonomics to the G604, but trades some of the side buttons for that horizonal scroll wheel thing. I imagine it'll be fine if you're not playing anything too fast paced (or like me, not good enough for mouse weight to make a difference lol). If you're more of a competitive FPS player then the Superlight seems to be the winners' choice.

I been looking for a new mouse for a while. My Logitech g502 has been giving up on me after 6 years the cable is broken and sometimes disconnects. 

 

I looking for a wireless mouse preferably from Logitech. I was thinking about the MX Master, but I‘m not quite sure if it is really good for gaming. 

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Logitech G pro X Superlight dude 😄

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G Pro X Superlight is a great choice like said above and I'd recommend the same if you can afford it. If you're looking for something cheaper check out the G703.

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Logitech still makes updated versions of the 502 in both wired and wireless, if you're happy with it and just want "the same but not broken." I have the G604 and I love it because I have big hands and like a lot of side buttons (I'm mostly playing Paradox games and FFXIV these days). The MX Master looks like it has similar ergonomics to the G604, but trades some of the side buttons for that horizonal scroll wheel thing. I imagine it'll be fine if you're not playing anything too fast paced (or like me, not good enough for mouse weight to make a difference lol). If you're more of a competitive FPS player then the Superlight seems to be the winners' choice.

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28 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Logitech G pro X Superlight dude 😄

believe it or not I don‘t like it when the mouse is superlight. It needs a bit of weight for me. 

 

Sorry forgot to mention it. But still thanks for the suggestion 🙂

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8 minutes ago, baronvonsatchel said:

Logitech still makes updated versions of the 502 in both wired and wireless, if you're happy with it and just want "the same but not broken." I have the G604 and I love it because I have big hands and like a lot of side buttons (I'm mostly playing Paradox games and FFXIV these days). The MX Master looks like it has similar ergonomics to the G604, but trades some of the side buttons for that horizonal scroll wheel thing. I imagine it'll be fine if you're not playing anything too fast paced (or like me, not good enough for mouse weight to make a difference lol). If you're more of a competitive FPS player then the Superlight seems to be the winners' choice.

Thanks didn‘t know there was a new and wireless version of the G502. I have pretty big hands too will definitely look into the G604 thank you. 

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