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Originally Posted by Nec3 View Post

Trigger pulled, I will be so sad if none of my mousepads work with this.

The G502 has an adaptable sensor. take about 15-20 seconds to calibrate it to your mouse pad and you'll have no issue at all. It comes pre-set with a few Logitech pads but I use Mionix soft mouse pads and a HandStands dual sides Zero gaming hard pad. The 502 does exceptionally well on both surfaces for me.
post #527 of 601
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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post


The G502 has an adaptable sensor. take about 15-20 seconds to calibrate it to your mouse pad and you'll have no issue at all. It comes pre-set with a few Logitech pads but I use Mionix soft mouse pads and a HandStands dual sides Zero gaming hard pad. The 502 does exceptionally well on both surfaces for me.



I'm a hard plastic-pad person, I like gliding my mouse here and there with no resistance. Most of my mice (with the exception of the mionix) allows me to keep my pinky on the pad for stabilizing.

post #528 of 601

Been rocking my g9x and hard surface mouse pad for a while now. Fabric has been coming apart on me so it soon may be time to get another. The g502 looks rather nice.

post #529 of 601
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Originally Posted by Netforce View Post
 

Been rocking my g9x and hard surface mouse pad for a while now. Fabric has been coming apart on me so it soon may be time to get another. The g502 looks rather nice.

Flawless sensor, claw grip (from what I've read), adaptable surface tracking, good build, nice buttons, and a braided cord for a package of $79.99?

 

TAKE

 

MY

 

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Originally Posted by Nec3 View Post
 



I'm a hard plastic-pad person, I like gliding my mouse here and there with no resistance. Most of my mice (with the exception of the mionix) allows me to keep my pinky on the pad for stabilizing.

It should be able to track most surfaces sans the glass.

 

The logitech g502 has a surface tuning feature that has been scarcely discussed in the overclock mice thread.


Edited by vlenbo - 4/23/14 at 6:14pm
post #530 of 601
I've been really enjoying the Roccat Pure optical for my gaming rig.

The middle button on Corsair M65 that I use on my work rig has very recently started going dicky. I wish Roccat would hurry up with their XTD optical which is what I want to replace this with.
post #531 of 601

Logitech G502 came in the mail. I'm loving the macro options, I'm loving the scroll wheel (LOOK AT THAT THING SPIN!!)
I'm loving that it can be used on my mouse, it fits my palm grip, it has the right amount of friction when moving it around, the buttons are very tactile and satisfying. I'm a happy customer :D

post #532 of 601
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Originally Posted by Nec3 View Post
 

Logitech G502 came in the mail. I'm loving the macro options, I'm loving the scroll wheel (LOOK AT THAT THING SPIN!!)
I'm loving that it can be used on my mouse, it fits my palm grip, it has the right amount of friction when moving it around, the buttons are very tactile and satisfying. I'm a happy customer :D

Perfect, is the weight of the mouse making it unbearable to wield?

 

Also, how's the sensor performance?

 

Congrats on receiving the logitech g502!

post #533 of 601
Damn you logitech and your patented mouse wheel. I can't live without it now.
post #534 of 601
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Originally Posted by Netforce View Post

Damn you logitech and your patented mouse wheel. I can't live without it now.


If anything, I'm actually afraid of the wheel breaking, it feels very light compared to the heavily gripped mice I had in the past. Although, the scroll wheel is the ABSOLUTE BEST scrolling around and having fun with it while waiting for a game to load.
 

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Originally Posted by vlenbo View Post
 

Perfect, is the weight of the mouse making it unbearable to wield?

 

Also, how's the sensor performance?

 

Congrats on receiving the logitech g502!


My previous mouse was actually noticeably a lot heavier (corsair M95) so this one was a major improvement. I don't play twitch-shooters so a moderately weight mouse was good for me. I didn't need to add any weights.

The sensor is great, although nothing new; it's great to have a reliable sensor on my side again. If anything the sensor is annoying because IT'S SO ACCURATE. If my hand twitches, it picks it up and feels way too fluid. My DPS is 2200 (exactly 1 inch to get my cursor from one side to the other), and I set my DPI shift to 600 for sniper modes.

 


Additional thoughts:

I think I have short thumbs. The tip of my thumb touches the default DPI Shift button, and I need to angle the mouse awkwardly to hold it there. In the end I just used G8 and G7 as Forward and Back, G4 as DPI shift, D5 as Right Alt (I use right alt for teamspeak).

G9 and the default DPI shift button have yet to be profiled.

post #535 of 601
Looked at the G502 and decided no because of the mouse wheel, it just looks hideous!
post #536 of 601
The mouse wheel looks like Beauty
post #537 of 601

I don't really care how the mouse wheel looks as long as it works smoothly. It has the Logitech infinite/stepped scrolling and the wheel is made of metal so it won't wear with heavy use.

post #538 of 601

Well the mouse is going to be under my hand the whole time, so I didn't really care about the aesthetics.

post #539 of 601

I stopped by microcenter today and picked up the G502 :) I've never had a gaming mouse before so should be interesting. I was using a anywhere mx mouse for my laptop (as my pc is still newly built) previously but looking forward to seeing how this mouse is.

post #540 of 601
I quite like logi designs, and the infinite mouse wheel is great. However, over the years I've had at least two logi mice that had hideous coil whine which drove me crazy - especially with open headphones. So I will likely never buy another logitech mouse.
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