Logitech’s G series has delivered some great peripherals for gamers, I’ve still got my G403 Prodigy Wireless Gaming Mouse that I’ve had for nearly two years now and it’s been fantastic. I may be looking to upgrade soon and there are a few things that have me eyeing Logitech’s latest release the G502 Lightspeed.

Performance is number one, this mouse is supposed to be just as fast wireless (if not better) compared to being connected directly to your PC with a report rate of 1 ms. This is something very useful especially for someone tends to use my G403 wired on my Gaming Laptop and wireless on my work PC but if I can have it the other way around and get them both to be just as responsive that’s a huge bonus.

Like the G502 Hero that came before it features 11 customizable buttons and a max DPI of 16,000 but that’s only some of the shared things between the two. The Lightspeed also includes 48 hrs of battery life with default lighting, 60 hrs with no lights and a 5-minute charge can give you up to 2.5 hrs of usage which is a huge plus. It also has optional weights which is great depending on what works for you as I tend to like a bit of weight on my mouse.

It’s also compatible with Logitech’s PowerPlay wireless charging mouse pad which is something I’ve praised in the past. Finally, the mouse is fully customizable when it comes to the RGB Lighting where you can personalize the mouse the way you want it.

Logtiech’s G502 Hero which was released back in October and retails for $79.99 if you want to go with the upgrade and splurge on the G502 Lightspeed, that will run you $149.99 and is available now.

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