Huyền thoại logitech g502 phiên bản màu rgb

The Logitech G502 Lighttốc độ is still one of the best gaming mice ever made, but now it comes without any inconvenient wires.

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ByMarshall Honorof08 May 2019

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Our Verdict

The Logitech G502 Lightspeed is still one of the best gaming mice ever made, but now it comes without any inconvenient wires.

But the company wasn"t kidding, because the Logitech G502 Lighttốc độ ($150) is completely wireless — & it"s also compatible with Logitech"s inventive sầu PowerPlay wireless-charging system ($100), if you"re inlớn that kind of thing. Everything that made the G502 wired variant work is still here, from the high-quality sensor, khổng lồ the ergonomic kiến thiết, lớn the inventive scroll-wheel options.

To be fair, the G502 Lighttốc độ falls just short of its predecessor"s lofty example due lớn a high price, a few inconvenient thiết kế decisions và the cruel, relentless flow of time. (There are simply better mice on the market today than what the original G502 faced.) But if you"ve sầu always wanted one of the best gaming mice ever made without the inconvenience of wires, the G502 Lighttốc độ is almost as good as they come.


If you"ve sầu used any of the previous iterations of the G502, then you already know what the G502 Lighttốc độ looks like. For the rest of you, it"s a large (5.2 x 3.0 x 1.6 inches), right-handed, ergonomic mouse with a curved thumb rest và textured grips.

On the mouse"s topside, you"ll find a whopping 10 buttons. There"s a right-cliông chồng button, a left-cliông chồng button and a clickable scroll wheel; right below that, there"s a button that adjusts the scroll wheel"s resistance. I"ve always found this feature extremely useful, since sometimes you want precision scrolling và sometimes you want to lớn blast through a whole page in seconds.

Beneath that adjuster, there"s a programmable button that, by default, checks the battery cấp độ. Off khổng lồ the left side of the left-cliông xã button, there"s a pair of dots-per-inch (DPI) sensitivity-adjustment buttons. On the side, there are two large thumb buttons, và just below them, there"s a "sniper" button that can temporarily lower the DPI. This is admittedly a lot of buttons for a not-gigantic mouse, but they"re laid out well and never feel too crowded.

The mouse gets considerably more interesting once you flip it over, though. That"s where you"ll find an on/off switch & a small, circular pop-out compartment. By default, this compartment stores the wireless dongle và can also store two optional 4-gram weights (more on this shortly). However, if you own the PowerPlay thiết đặt, you can also swap in the PowerPlay battery, which charges wirelessly as you play. This is a useful feature, although it does limit your weight options.

That brings us to lớn tunable weights. Like the wired G502, the G502 Lighttốc độ has a removable panel where you can add metallic weights. The kiến thiết isn"t exactly the same as on the older mouse, since the G502 Lightspeed needs more room for wireless circuitry, but the result is the same.

I actually prefer the G502 Lightspeed"s approach lớn weights; this mouse uses small, trapezoidal weights rather than the previous model"s convoluted, semi-hexagonal models. Adding and removing weights is much easier than before, and there"s still a little carrying case to store extra weights. It"s a pain that you can"t use the 4-gram weights and the PowerPlay attachment simultaneously, but this is an annoyance not a khuyễn mãi giảm giá breaker.

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I vày, however, have one small criticism of the G502"s thiết kế — which may actually be a point in the device"s favor. The kiến thiết hasn"t changed at all in five sầu years, which is admirable in a way. But since 2014, Logitech has launched two fantastic high-over wireless mice series: the Logitech G900 (currently the G903) & the Logitech G Pro Wireless, both of which also retail for $150 by default. Compared to the angular, bulky G502, both newer mice seem positively futuristic, with sleek curves and, in the G903"s case, swappable parts to offer complete ambidexterity.

The G502"s kiến thiết still holds up extremely well, but for the same price, Logitech"s other high-end wireless mice may feel a bit better to hold. Once I finished testing the G502, I went right baông chồng to the G903, and I haven"t looked bachồng.


The G502 Lightspeed runs on the Logitech G Hub software, which lets users customize DPI (100-16,000), control backlighting and program all of the mouse"s buttons. The software is pretty straightforward, and you can even program a secondary mix of commands known as G-Shift. You"ll have sầu access to these whenever you hold down a button of your choice. (The sniper button is a good choice for this, in my experience, although I didn"t use it too much in general.)

While you can indeed program the color of the G biểu tượng logo on the palm rest, that"s just about the only part of the mouse that lights up. (The DPI monitor on the side lights up, too, but it"s so small you"ll hardly notice it.) While RGB features have sầu never been the primary reason to buy or avoid a mouse, this one is going khổng lồ look plain blaông chồng most of the time. So bear that in mind if you"re all about aesthetics.

The wireless performance was flawless in my experience, whether I was deep inlớn a gaming session or simply surfing the website.

Naturally, the G502 Lightspeed"s most important feature is the mouse"s wireless capability. Like with Logitech"s other wireless gear, the performance was flawless in my experience, whether I was deep into lớn a gaming session or simply surfing the web. Furthermore, Logitech estimates that the mouse can go up to 48 hours between charges. This is possible, if you turn down the lighting and remember to lớn actually turn it off between sessions — unless you use PowerPlay, of course, in which case you won"t have to lớn charge the mouse at all.


This won"t surprise anyone who"s played with a Logitech G mouse within the last few years, but the G502 Lightspeed performed flawlessly in games. With the peripheral in h&, I built up massive Zerg armies in StarCraft: Remastered, gunned down foes in Overwatch, played cunning card games in Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and slew deadly harpies in World of Warcraft. The G502 Lightspeed proved responsive sầu, accurate & precise.

When you find a wireless gadget that performs even better than its wired counterpart, it"s hard to lớn ask for more.

In fact, I happen khổng lồ have an older, wired G502 version handy, so I was able to lớn compare the two devices head to lớn head. The Lightspeed feels at least as good as the older model — and arguably better, since it has a better sensor và no wires to get in the way. When you find a wireless gadget that performs even better than its wired counterpart, it"s hard khổng lồ ask for more.

Bottom Line

The G502 is no longer the absolute last word in gaming mice, so it makes sense that the G502 Lightspeed is not the absolute last word in wireless gaming mice. I prefer the G903, personally, & there is certainly something lớn be said for inexpensive models lượt thích the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless ($50).

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But still, the G502 is an unqualified success, and it"s sure to please fans of the original who have been longing lớn go wireless (or simply any game thủ looking for a great wireless mouse). Just start saving your pennies; this mouse is pretty pricey, particularly if you want the PowerPlay system khổng lồ go with it.

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