Logitech G502 Hero High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, Hero 16K Sensor, 16,000 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC/Mac - Black
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- High-performance HERO 16K Sensor: Logitech's most accurate sensor yet with up to 16,000 DPI for the ultimate in gaming speed, accuracy and responsiveness across entire DPI range; Superior Responsiveness: USB data format 16bits/axis ; Cable length: 2.10m
- 11 Customizable Buttons and Onboard Memory: Assign custom commands to the buttons and save up to five ready-to-play profiles directly to the mouse ; Compatibility with Windows 7 or later and macOS 10.11 or later
- Adjustable Weight System: Arrange up to five removable 3.6g weights inside the mouse for personalized weight and balance tuning
- Programmable RGB Lighting and LIGHTSYNC Technology: Customize lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors to match your team's colors, sport your own or sync colors with other Logitech G gear
- Mechanical Switch Button Tensioning: Metal spring tensioning system and pivot hinges are built into left and right gaming mouse buttons for a crisp, clean click feel with rapid click feedback
- Manufacturer Detail: Logitech Asia Pacific Ltd, Units 1003, Tower 1, Cheung Sha Wan Plaza, 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
- Packer Detail: Logitech Asia Pacific Ltd, Units 1003, Tower 1, Cheung Sha Wan Plaza, 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
- Importer Details: Rashi peripherals pvt ltd, Rashi complex, A Building Survey no. 186, Dongaripada poman village, Vasai - Bhiwandi Road, Dist Thane , Maharastra - 401208
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Logitech updated its iconic G502 gaming mouse to deliver even higher performance and more precise functionality than ever. Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Gaming Mouse features the next generation HERO 16K optical sensor, the highest performing and most efficient gaming sensor Logitech has ever made. An all-new lens and an updated tracking algorithm deliver ultra-precise tracking with no acceleration, smoothing, or filtering over the entire DPI range. Now, customize RGB mouse lighting to match your style and environment or sync to other Logitech G products. No matter your gaming style, it's easy to tweak G502 HERO to match your requirements, with custom profiles for your games, adjustable sensitivity from 200 up to 16,000 DPI*, and a tunable weight system that allows for tuning and balancing of up to five 3.6g weights for just the right balance and feel.
From the manufacturer
G502 Hero is No.1 Best Selling Gaming Mouse in the World
*Based on independent sales data (in units) for gaming mice aggregated from major global markets including Canada, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Russia, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UK, US (November 2017 - October 2018). Retail channel only.
G502 High Performance Reborn
G502 HERO features an advanced optical sensor for maximum tracking accuracy across the full DPI range, customizable RGB lighting, custom game profiles, adjustable weight system.
Performance Driven Features
Customize up to five different DPI settings in Logitech Gaming Software. Easily cycle with a push of a button.
Sniper Button/DPI Shift
Shift DPI on the fly - perfect for pixel-precise sniping in FPS games.
Dual Mode Hyper-Fast Scroll Wheel
Unlock the scroll wheel for hyper-fast continuous scrolling to spin quickly or lock it down for click-to-click precision scrolling.
Why G502 HERO
- Excellent Tracking features: HERO sensor,100-16,000 dpi resolution
- Superior Responsiveness: USB data format 16bits/axis
- Customisable: Optional extra weights up to 18g (5x3.6g)
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Review: G502 Hero fills the gaps of the previous G502. Hero is the perfect companion for all of your gaming needs. Let me get into each of them one by one. Don't miss the G HUB!
Programmable Buttons: It features 11 buttons that are fully programmable. These include Forward/Backward, DPI Up/Down, G-Shift, Middle Click, Left/Right Click, Profile Cycle and Left/Right Scroll. Refer my image for visualization. Holding G-Shift in the default mode changes DPI to a preset which you can customize. For example, I hold it while snipping to lower my DPI to 1200 in FPS games and increase accuracy. Besides lowering the DPI, G-Shift button can also make existing buttons perform other functionality than their defaults. This gives you another set of 10 new controls! Yes, it does have horizontal scroll that enables left/right scrolling. I use it to change tabs in Chrome. Profile Cycle button helps me to cycle between different profiles easily. Not to miss that all of these are fully customizable on a per-app basis!
Hyper Scroll: The scroll features as a frictionless one. Just scroll it once on a long webpage, leave it and it will keep scrolling even after you reach the end. Don't worry, you have a toggle just under it that can disable this feature.
RGB: The space allotted is less. You can customize RGB settings for the Logo and the profile indicator on per-app basis. Choose modes between Cycle, Breathing, Fixed, Music and Screen. Music mode works as visualizer based on the playing track. Screen mode changes colour according to what's on your screen. For example, I have made profile for GRIS that makes my G502 to change colour to white and red depending on what's on left and middle side of the screen. The profile indicator in default mode helps you see the profile or DPI level when you change among the max 5.
Weights: You get 5 3.6 grams weight bars that you can align in the weight compartment of the mouse as per your convenience. You have options for left/right and forward/backward alignments. A single weight can be aligned in 13 different ways! I've made a weight adjustment video so that you can see how weights are adjusted in G502.
Grip and Durability: The mouse looks rock solid. If you have not too large hands, yours can rest comfortably over the mouse. There is a thumb rest while the curvature of the mouse is a treat to your right hand. Beware, left-handers!
G HUB: The best thing about this mouse is the software. Yes, you read it right. With G HUB, you can make custom profiles (or even download from the community) for each app. Thus, you can change RGB colours and mode, buttons mapping, DPI settings and G-Shift/DPI-Shift for a particular app. I have even set a profile for Chrome that enhances my productivity. You can find profiles made by me on G HUB by the name 'Baahubali'. What amazed me is that besides Macros (Keyboard key combinations), Shortcuts and Keyboard Keys, you can even build scripts in Lua programming language - now this is something really professional by team.
This was my first purchase of a premium gaming mouse. Previously, I had been buying Dragonwar mice. I read somewhere that this mouse is a one-time investment and now I believe they are right. Experiencing the hyper frictionless scroll gives you an idea about how reliable the mouse promises to be! With a price tag on 4K, it's a steal. You may get as minimum as INR 3799 in Lightning Deals.
Do check my detailed photos and unboxing videos. I had to follow Amazon Video Format Specs so do visit YouTube (Paras Lehana) to view highest quality video of Unboxing and Weight Adjustment.
I've been using this mouse for a while now and I'm loving the experience. I'd definitely recommend it!
The replacement was a relief. No faults whatsoever. Works as advertised with the Hero sensor. 16k DPI is overkill and I'd rarely use it but having the choice is welcome.
This appears to work on the white surfaces without tracking issues now whereas the old iteration would fail.
Performance is slick with Cloth Mousepads. But to get the best out of 16k DPI best use a hard surface. The trade-off is going to be the lifepsan on your skates.
A good sturdy mouse. A little large but can be adjusted to. This one is heavy even without weights. Be prepared. At this price, this mouse is a steal with the latest sensors.
Next, just waiting for the G Pro Wireless to launch here.
Coming to mice it does your job clean and good
& Good for gaming
Then I realized it was my pc issue that's when my experience with this mouse changed oh my god what a seriously good mouse this is. You will love all the features it offers infinite scroll. I even liked the mouse weight to be frank..
Though this is an fps i think fps gamers will prefer an easy to lift mouse.. Since I am a dota 2 player I liked this mouse a bit too much..
its been a month and am enjoying it :D
This mouse has a flawless sensor, awesome build quality and boatloads of buttons. It's the best productivity and gaming mouse out there. If the mouse is available for ₹3799, go for it.
The cable is thin but durable. The RGB is subtle and minimal. Although the design might be getting a bit old at this point. People say it's a brick, but the weight disappears once you hold it in your hands.
Verdict: Buy it if you don't plan to go pro.
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So for example you run out of ammo in game and want to switch to your secondary.. well you'll switch to it but switch right back about 3 times. Kind of a deal breaker for clutch moment gaming.
Turns out i'm an idiot. There's a button that locks and unlocks the scroll wheel..LMAO sooo yeah no this mouse is great i'm just not smart enough to properly utilize it.
Now, for the bad. The TILT WHEEL FUNCTIONALITY is absolutely useless if you are thinking of re-mapping the tilt buttons. The slightest, most minimal application of pressure to the scroll wheel will often trigger the tilt buttons. I repeat - if you use mouse button 3, you will FREQUENTLY trigger tilt left and right. This means the tilt wheel is useless if you plan to re-map the tilt buttons (which I personally always do). So, if you are never going to change the tilt wheel mapping - great mouse! Fantastic deal! If you don't want to be moving backwards and forwards in your browser every time you mouse 3, or want to re-map the tilt buttons - DO NOT PURCHASE THIS MOUSE. COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY
-Lots of buttons
-Lots of customization
-Comfortable to hold and use in any non gaming application.
-Scroll wheel feels cheap and rattles when you move the mouse.
-Buttons are cramped and the layout doesn't lend itself well to reflex based gaming. I found myself accidently hitting other buttons during frantic moments in several different games. The thumb buttons are placed very low on the mouse. So many times while picking the mouse up to do flick shots. I found I would depress and activate those thumb buttons by accident.
This mouse is good. I just can't recomend it for gaming. I still use mine but only for Photoshop or other programs where I can see a benefit to the extra buttons.
Accuracy is on point, so you need not worry about the sensor. Enhanced functionality is present due to the added side and shift buttons. And then there’s the free wheeling scroll wheel... Look in limited use cases it’s great, but unless you are using it slowly, it tends to be a burden. When the scroll wheel is locked, it is very heavy and shakes the entire mouse when in use. This is an area I think Logitech can, and needs to improve on.
I didn’t find a need for the included weights, since my previous daily driver was slightly lighter than the G502. In terms of shape and feel, I’d give it a solid 4/5 for people with small hands. My preferred palm grip is comfortable to use, and I don’t feel as though the shape detracts in any major way from this grip type. The shift button is slightly out of reach, and the overall shape could be a little shorter on the Y axis if you ask me. All in all, it’s comfortable to use.
Comes with a 3 year warranty. We’ll just have to wait and see how it stands up to daily use. If past experience is anything to go by, it should last a decent number of years. Logitech’s products have, in my experience, been very long lasting. So here’s hoping the G502 lives up to that expected durability.
The unit has on-board memory; although, the software side of things is lacking. The Logitech Gaming Software isn’t the worst piece of third party software I’ve used, but it also isn’t the best. I had to reinstall my software just to get it to recognize my new G502. I feel that Logitech needs to invest more in fleshing out their software offerings. For example: I already own an Orion G810 keyboard, but the only two lighting modes I can sync with the mouse are static colour and pulsating.
In conclusion; the scroll wheel is too heavy when not in free scroll mode, I’d like it to be shorter on the Y axis, and the software needs to be made more compelling. My only other gripe is that the packaging is very lackluster; I’ve opened power supply units with nicer packaging than Logitech products. If you are the type of person that would benefit from the extra buttons, and or you simply want that extra level of precision when fine tuning the weight of your device, then this is a good option. For most other users though, I recommend the G203 Prodigy.
NOTE: The textured rubber on on the thumb rest gets dirty very easily and needs to be cleaned often.
I don't care much for the RGB lighting and DPI switches, but the mouse feels fantastic ergonomically. I can go half a day of playing games with my friends without having any pain in my hands while they have to quit because of their general hand/wrist pains. It's pretty much identical to the older g502s, except the sensor feels quite a bit smoother (at least on a 144hz display) and it just feels so good for everyday use.
The G502 series is pretty great for gaming. I never used the G-Shift for FPS games as my small hands can't really reach it with my thumb without an awkward grip change. But for some reason the new G502 Hero has a glaring issue where the sensor goes haywire and your cursor goes into the corner of your screen and you can't move the cursor and you would be spinning in place, frantically. The way to fix it is to lift your mouse up and reset the sensor, until it randomly happens again. It's quite annoying when you're doing your normal day-to-day browsing. However it is absolutely vexing when you are playing an FPS and suddenly your crosshair flips around and you start spinning around. Looked for solutions online and some other users definitely have similar issues, but there doesn't seem to be a solution yet. Probably just a DoA but on a ~$80 mouse it's kind of ridiculous. Definitely not something you'd want for competitive gaming.
If your a gamer and use a high sensitivity. This is a good mouse for you as you feel it move.
If your a low sens user you probably already know that this mouse is too heavy for long time use. I'm an average guy, on the stronger side and this mouse is too slow for me.
I taught I would like a heavy mouse. But I was wrong, extensive gaming session of fast pace shooter (csgo) as prove me wrong.
There's a guy on YouTube who review mouse if your hesiting it's name is rocket ninja or something like this.
Évaluation initial: Plus petite que la g 500s, donc un peu moins confortable pour moi, la roulette est de moins bonne qualité et la petite porte sous la sourie comporte un peu d'espacement, ce qui fait que lorsque la sourie est déplacé de droite à gauche rapidement et sur une petite surface, il est possible de sentir celle-çi percuter les contours de la sourie où l'espacement le permet. (En résumé, l'ajustement n'est pas parfait)
It's barely 3 months old and the left mouse button no longer registers clicks correctly. Sometimes is won't click at all, and other times it will double click. Logitech's support site is full of users with similar problems. Obviously they are putting garbage parts in their "high end" mice.
Yes, it looks nice. Yes, it's ergonomic. But an $80 mouse should last longer than 3 months. Do yourself a favor and go type "SteelSeries Rival" in the search bar and buy one of those.
Great quality, good weight options, just a pleasure to use.
My only minor complaint is the toggle lower dpi button could be back just a bit further. I have very large hands and I still find my resting position has me just out of reach of it, so those with small hands may be a bit annoyed trying to drop the dpi for precise shots.
The clicking feels tactile, and the buttons are conveniently placed. I have rather small hands, but I feel like I can still access all the buttons and comfortably hold the mouse. The scroll wheel can be locked to have a more controlled scroll, or unlocked and free to infinitely scroll-- and this really appeals to some primal monkey instinct inside the brain whenever you give it a good spin.
It also comes with weights that you can put into the bottom of the mouse, which I've never used before, but have come to appreciate. Between the several DPI profiles you're able to set up, the weights, and the scroll-lock, the control provided is great for gaming, especially if you need something to keep up with fast paced, precise gameplay.