Logitech: G602 Wireless Mouse Owner Review


Finally, the parcel arrived after 6 long days of waiting because of holiday weekend.


The highly praised Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse, cost RM 214.20 after Lazada Wednesday Maybank credit card 10% discount.


Up to 2,500 dpi and battery up to 1440 hours doe Endurance mode.


6 customized buttons on left side.


Well packaging that you can expect from Logitech.


Set up guide and warranty information included.


An extra cable.


Which is a wireless receiver extender cable, not much useful for laptop user as the distance is so near, but might be game changer for desktop gamer.


Wireless nano receiver which is not a Logitech unifying receiver, however, the mouse itself is Unifying ready.


Surprised me that the size is not that big, the mouse is kinda small for me, might consider to sell it out.


Extra edge of left, right side and higher curve makes it slight larger than normal mouse.


Design like a spaceship. Scroll wheel is okay but not as smooth as Corsair Vengeance M65.


It uses 2 x AA battery, but it allow to remove one of the battery and still working as usual, for weight reduce purpose.


Buttons on top for instant change of tracking resolution, from 250 – 2,500 dpi. Light indicator that shows current selected resolution.


500 Hz wireless receiver.


Middle button that placed nearby scroll wheel allow user to change the mouse from Performance mode (blue) to Endurance mode (green).


There are no CD included in the packaging. Though Logitech G602 can be plug and play directly, but to optimize usage of it, download its dedicated software and firmware from official site: G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse.


Follow exactly as the firmware update instruction, ex: on and off the mouse. I failed for first time because of not turning on and off the mouse.


Software is what makes the mouse very useful. You can customized each buttons in different profile, those profile can bee assigned to certain applications / software / games and it will automatically triggered when those software launched. I have set up a profile for Affinity Photo, check it out at here: Logitech G602: Affinity Photo Profile


IMO, instead of gaming usage, the button customization makes it a very useful mouse for audio and photo editing software users too. Optical sensor (Delta Zero™ Sensor Technology) works smoothly, weight is slight on heavy side because of 2 x AA but consider acceptable, long hours battery life is much reliable compare to lithium ion based mouse. However, the size is much more suitable for medium size hand.