Logitech Expands G Line with G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse and Two Mouse Pads

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The Mac

this mouse does not appear to be rechrageable.

Thats seems pretty worthless

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Ninjawithagun

I just went to the Logitech website to try and pre-order the G602 and the website sends me to a dead link. Maximum PC, please notify Logitech of this problem so that their customers can pre-order this mouse! Thanks for listening :-)

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Volleynova

How about a corded version of the above mouse?

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aaronj2906

Definitely agree. I had a G700 for a couple of years, went through some after market battery purchases too, until finally the click buttons quit working.

Switched back to a mouse with a cord. Never doing wireless mice again, ever.

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Woden501

Unfortunately until Logitech figures out what the hell is causing the glitches with my G700s I won't be recommending any of their G series to anyone I know. When unplugged it likes to refuse to click on anything on the screen except for the Windows task bar, or a specific window that's open, or nothing at all. As soon as I plug it back in however it works perfectly fine. Unfortunately the charging cable they give you for it is way too stiff to leave plugged in all the time while gaming. Effectively I'm no longer able to use my WIRELESS mouse wirelessly.

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Ninjawithagun

Something is definitely wrong with either your PC (root USB hub not working correctly), your mouse (defective?), or the last and most likely cause is...it does matter where you plug the G700/G700s wireless receiver antenna. If you plug it into your keyboard or other extension, that device can interfere with the mouse USB signals. This in turn would cause your mouse to act 'glitchy'. I had this very issue with one of my keyboards. The first thing I did as part of common sensed troubleshooting, is to remove the antenna to a resident port on my PC case and the glitchy issues went away immediately. The problem lies within the fact that the keyboard signals can interrupt the sequence of mouse inputs as they are both operating on the same serial channel, which in turn can cause input latencies, out-of-order input commands, and even temporary loss of connectivity. This is why it's always best to keep keyboard and mouse inputs on separate dedicated USB ports. Having the antenna within close proximity of another IO device can also cause higher than normal RFI to occur, which in turn will disrupt the mouse signals from the mouse from being received properly by the mouse antenna. It is important to note that the same symptoms can occur using the G700 or G700s wired and having it plugged into another IO device. Keep it simple, give your keyboard and your mouse their own dedicated ports on your PC.

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methuselah

Dude, that problem isn't w/ the mice, it's your PC. I've got three G700 mice and none of them have this issue.

Maybe you got a lemon and the whole mouse needs to be replaced but, if that's been done, your PC is the culprit and not the mouse.

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The Mac

Hes got an S, i do as well, it can be wonky sometimes when unplugging from charging.

A reboot usually fixes it however.

Its a problem with the nano receiver.

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ZX9RDan89

I have a G700 as well and love it, although Im not a big fan of the thumb buttons.

This one is a nice contender for when my G700 kicks the bucket, in 78 years +-50 (Unlike my rat7 who died after a year of use.)

Go Logitech! (Yep! Im a fan!)

Dan
My Opinion Doesn't Matter.

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And3rs0nTX

I'm glad I'm not the only one whose rat mouse died after a pathetic amount of time.

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ApathyCurve

Not bad, but I'll stick with my G700 -- a.k.a., The Best Mouse Ever Made.

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Aerumnosus

G700 FTW baby :)

Simply love the G700.

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methuselah

I also have the G700 but the 602 looks pretty tastey!

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The Mac

I have the new G700s, its a fantastic mouse, probobly the best ive ever owned (RIP Revolution MX), but the battery life it atrocious.

one solid 10 hour games session will kill it.

You can use it plugged in and recharging, but the cable they give you is too stiff and drags across the mousing surface big time.

If this has better battery life, im tempted to try it out.