Logitech’s iconic gaming mouse is getting a huge refresh
The G502 X is back, baby.
Logitech knows that some gamers prefer a heavier mouse, however, with all three G502 X models weighing 89g or more.
Logitech built all three around the same core. Additionally, the new casing does have shorter mouse buttons this time around.
These buttons use Lightforce hybrid optical-mechanical switches, with crisp clicks and ultra-low-latency actuation speed. Logitech also used the Hero 25K gaming sensor, the company’s most advanced option.
The two wireless versions use an updated version of Logitech’s proprietary Lightspeed wireless protocol, which the company says gives a 68 percent faster response rate than the last version.
They also feature a removable DPI shift button, making the mouse slower or faster when pressed. It can be reversed to be closer to your thumb or covered by a black cover if you don’t want to use it.
Where they diverge are in connectivity and customization:
- G502 X: Wired, $90, and weighs 89g
- G502 X Lightspeed: Wireless, $140, USB-C charging, weighs 99.7g for the black (101.5g for the white)
- G502 X Plus: Wireless, $160, USB-C charging, Lightsync RGB lighting, weighs 106g
Preorders for all three G502 X models in black and white are available from Logitech.
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