Any gamer or computer user worth their salt will tell you, a mouse is as important as a keyboard in a setup. I’ve used multiple mice brands, from Razer and Corsair to SteelSeries, finally landing on Logitech. After using the Logitech G502 for the better part of a year, it was time for an upgrade. The only problem — I’ve become so accustomed to the shape of the G502, no other mouse feels good in my hand.
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After doing quite a bit of research and comparing the two, I figured, “Hey why not?” After tracking one down at a local Best Buy, I eagerly rushed home to try it out. Right out of the box I noticed there were no included instructions on how to set it up, but after going to the Logitech website it was pretty simple. I had never actually used a wireless mouse and was pretty skeptical, especially about the long battery life that Logitech boasted.
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Upon plugging in, the mouse seemed slightly lighter, but overall had about the same feel to it. The light-speed was plugged in no longer than 15 minutes before Logitech software showed fully charged. That seemed a little sketchy to me, having bought tons of electronics that usually need a good 30 minutes to an hour before fully charged and raring to go. Although a little skeptical I unplugged it and immediately put it to the test in a game of Rainbow Six Siege.
Fast forward some time…
After two months of extremely heavy usage, it still shows no signs of battery degradation and only required a full charge every two weeks. However, I realized after having no cord attached to my mouse, every time while charging the light-speed it felt like tugging a 5-pound weight around. All jokes aside if you seriously like the G502 or you’re just in the market for a wireless mouse, I highly recommend the wireless light-speed.
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