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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.
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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.

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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.

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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

 

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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 - Yesterday at 6:14 pm
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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.
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