Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

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Hero 25K sensor through a software update from G HUB, this upgrade is free to all players: Our most advanced, with 1:1 tracking, 400-plus ips, and 100 – 25,600 max dpi sensitivity plus zero smoothing, filtering, or acceleration 11 customizable buttons and onboard memory: Assign custom commands to the buttons and save up to five ready to play profiles directly to the mouse Adjustable weight system: Arrange up to five removable 3.6 grams weights inside the mouse for personalized weight and balance tuning Programmable RGB Lighting and Lightsync technology: Customize lighting from nearly 16.8 million colors to match your team’s colors, sport your own or sync colors with other Logitech G gear Mechanical switch button tensioning: Metal spring tensioning system and pivot hinges are built into left and right gaming mouse buttons for a crisp, clean click feel with rapid click feedback 1 year hardware limited warranty

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89 / 100

Logitech G502 HERO High-Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

 

  1. G502 Hero
    Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

G502 HERO. High-performance reborn

  1. G502 HERO features an advanced optical sensor for maximum tracking accuracy across the full DPI range, customizable RGB lighting, custom game profiles, adjustable weight system.
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HERO 25K sensor

  1. Next generation HERO sensor delivers precision tracking up to 25,600 DPI with zero smoothing, filtering, or acceleration.
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11 programmable buttons

  1. 11 programmable buttons and dual-mode hyper-fast scroll wheel give you fully customizable control over your gameplay.
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Balance and weight at your control

  1. Customize to your advantage. Five 3.6g weights come with your G502 HERO. Use some or all of them in the positions where you like more weight or less for just the right feel.
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LIGHTSYNC customizable RGB Lighting

  1. With LIGHTSYNC technology and Logitech G HUB, RGB lighting can be customized from approx. 16.8 million colors to personalize your setup and sync with other G gear.

 

G502 Hero
Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

Complete your performance-gaming setup

 

  1. G513 RGB + LIGHTSYNC Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
    Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else
  2. G513 RGB + LIGHTSYNC Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
    Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

G513 RGB + LIGHTSYNC Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

  1. Take your game to a new level with a winning combination of high-performance key switches, customizable key lighting, and LIGHTSYNC audio-driven lighting
  2. G533 LIGHTSPEED Wireless DTS 7.1 Gaming Headset
    Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

G533 LIGHTSPEED Wireless DTS 7.1 Gaming Headset

  1. Next generation wireless audio performance for gamers.
  2. G560 LIGHTSYNC PC Gaming Speakers
    Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

G560 LIGHTSYNC PC Gaming Speakers

  1. Make your games more immersive than ever with powerful sound and LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting driven by in-game explosions, approaching enemies, and more.

Combine G502 HERO with a Logitech G keyboard and more for a complete setup, delivering next-gen gaming speed, accuracy and audio performance.

G502 HERO

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Wired

Connection

Wireless

11

Customize buttons

6

Onboard memory

HERO 25K

Sensor

HERO

Personalize lighting

N/A

Battery

1 AA

200-25,600 dpi

Adjustable DPI Range

200-12,000 dpi

Wired

Connection

Wired

11

Customize buttons

6

Onboard memory

HERO 25K

Sensor

HERO 25K

Personalize lighting

N/A

Battery

N/A

200-25,600 dpi

Adjustable DPI Range

200-25,600 dpi

Wired

Connection

Wireless

11

Customize buttons

6

Onboard memory

HERO 25K

Sensor

HERO 12K

Personalize lighting

N/A

Battery

2 AA

200-25,600 dpi

Adjustable DPI Range

200-12,000 dpi

 

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Additional information

Brand

‎Logitech G

Series

‎Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Gaming Mouse

Item model number

‎910-005469

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Operating System

‎OS

Item Weight

‎4.3 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.57 x 2.95 x 5.2 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎1.57 x 2.95 x 5.2 inches

Color

‎Black

Power Source

‎Corded Electric

Batteries

‎1 AA batteries required. (included)

Department

‎Mouse

Manufacturer

‎Logitech

ASIN

‎B07GBZ4Q68

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎August 30, 2018

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4.7 out of 5 stars

48,799 ratings
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10 reviews for Logitech G502 HERO High Performance Wired Gaming Mouse, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, RGB, Adjustable Weights, 11 Programmable Buttons, On-Board Memory, PC / Mac Everything Else

  1. David Britt

    So, instead of writing a review shortly after I recieved the G502 Hero, I decided to wait until now so I could get acclimated to the mouse and keep an eye out for any potential flaws or issues with it.First is the design:The design, while unusual, works fairly well. I have small hands, but I’m able to reach AND use almost all the buttons. Due to the placement, I do have issues reaching the G7 button without adjusting my hand to press it. It may be possible to reach it with your thumb, but it’s not easy to do. The middle mouse button (MMB) is somewhat hard to press for me, mainly due to the required pressure needed. It’s considerably more difficult to press than any of the other buttons, even the other mousewheel buttons. Though, all of the button functions can be swapped and changed, so it’s definitely possible to assign MMB to a better-positioned button (like the DPI Shift button). As for the DPI Shift button, it’s a little bit forward-placed for someone with small hands, but still easily reachable. If you don’t really change your DPI or need to change it on-the-fly, it’s very useful as a G-Shift button or G3/MMB. The G8 button is much easier to reach than G7, but it’s not very efficient for some games. In order to use it, you have to take your finger off LMB to press it, which leaves you temporarily unable to attack if you have LMB set to do that in whatever game you play. Though, it can be used well to take screenshots with, provided you have a macro set up for it.Second is the software:The Logitech G-Hub software does have problems, but it seems like those problems are at random and they don’t affect everyone the same. Though, unlike Razer Synapse 3, it will open at startup without automatically opening a tab for you. It’s pretty much in the background unless there’s an update of some kind. One of the big advantages over Razer is that the macro setup is much easier, as it’s very simple to create a macro (for anyone not familiar with it, a macro is a programmed sequence of buttons/keys that can be assigned to another button and activate when that button is pressed, like Alt+Tab but assigned to a mouse button). All of the buttons can be reassigned via G-Hub, and drag-and-drop is the easiest way to do it. G-Shift also works well, being the same thing as Hypershift, just rebranded. (G-Shift is a feature of G-Hub/the mouse, which allows access to secondary button functions as long as you have G-Shift assigned to a button you have to hold down) Unlike Razer, RGB lighting profiles aren’t available unless you’re using a profile assigned to a specific game or program, so that’s a downside. Another downside is that G-Hub has issues scanning and recognizing games, as it only recognized some of my games, and then found a few more after a couple software updates. Though, if you want to, you can add the games yourself, as that will work almost as well.Third is the delivery:It didn’t take long for it to get here, but that could be different in your area. I ordered it on a Friday and it came the following Tuesday, on the exact day it was supposed to arrive. Though, they will deliver it to your address specifically, as it seems PO box delivery is unavailable for this type of thing. As you can tell, it did arrive in perfect condition, though that may be because of the short delivery time.If you’re interested in the G502 Hero, I would suggest that you give it a try, as it seems to be a fantastic mouse for me so far. But, like I’ve mentioned, be aware of your hand size when buying this, as it may not fit your hands perfectly.

  2. Subnet

    There is a ton to like about this mouse from how it fits into your hand, the grip, and the competitive edge for gaming you will begin to notice immediately!1) Daily useNot everything is about gaming, as this only takes up maybe 2-3 hours max of my time a day. The rest goes to programming, studying, etc. So, it is important for me that I have a mouse that I can use which is comfortable, useful, and fits my basic needs. Now, let’s compare this to a normal run-of-the-mill mouse since this is probably the biggest competition. Why get this mouse Vs some other cheaper option? Well, for daily use I can list the following pros: – Fits incredibly well around your hand – Many different buttons that can be programmed for different use > Shortcut keys, Forward/back from a page, etc. – Great grip – Change the DPI with different Profiles using Logitech Software2) GamingWhen I am done working for the day, I simply press a button on the mouse and can quickly adjust from study mode to gaming mode. I even have the ability to change the LED lighting to provide verification that the Profile changed successfully. Following pros: – You can change the DPI for each account, and each profile can have an option for many DPI’s. The DPI is especially useful for getting the accuracy you need in a mouse. When studying, I can move the mouse very little and move from monitor to monitor (about 1700 DPI), for gaming, I can put the setting at a lower amount (About 800 DPI) and now my accuracy is much better! – The buttons are programmable. This means that for every game you play you can set up the mouse buttons to however you want! Some of these buttons you want to remain the default, like the G9 which changes the profiles, it is up to you though on what you prefer! I personally like having important buttons be G8 and G9, then secondary buttons are the default forward/back. Then I use the target button your thumb rests on as a special (like a grenade wheel or something) – The back-end functionality, such as response time will give you a competitive edge compared to a normal mouse. Now, is this going to be in the 1-3 second range, probably not? With gaming, how quickly your respond to something will play a huge effect on your success as a gamer! Simply being a bit faster means a huge difference between success and failure. (Think if you and the enemy both are competing against each other, who will win? The difference on who wins isn’t based 100% on speed, but rather the better strategy, the more powerful weapon, and whoever is in a more superior advantage. Many times, 1-3 seconds makes absolutely no difference, and you simply make a rookie mistake, or the opponent has such a clear opening that you can just punish them for it. Once you make fewer mistakes though, and you become a better gamer, speed really begins to make a huge difference! Simply put, if you and your opponent both have equally great strategies, aren’t making rookie mistakes, and know what you are more or less doing, you have both successfully accomplished the basic fundamentals, good for you two! Once you get past fundamentals, the biggest challenges now are getting into placement, having consistency, and being able to get to a location as fast as possible while competing with many others who are doing that exact same thing. If you are doing everything right, and there is a latency issue, then this alone can be the root issue of failure. Again though, not many strategies require a 100% speed advantage. I can think of cases where I have say a 2-3 second gap where the opponent would have to run through a hallway, which in this case having latency wouldn’t affect my strategy as much. Now, if I am pushing aggressively, and failure literally means an opponent attacking me before I attack them, or get into a position to dodge damage, then latency is extremely important! So, this is where the competitive edge of this mouse really begins to show.Overall, I am extremely happy with the quality of this mouse and will update in a few months after I have had some more time to break it in!

  3. TTShopper

    I love this mouse except that the wheel spins freely which is a headache for gamers who use the mouse wheel to switch weapons. I’m not sure if this is a defect or if that’s how the mouse is manufactured, but it’s horrible.EDIT: Soooo good news, there is a button that stops the wheel from free spinning and makes it usable for playing games where switching weapons is bound to the mouse wheel. It’s the button closest to the wheel at the top of the mouse… PRESS ITTT LOL

  4. a guy

    If I knew how much better this mouse was than my other one I would have bought this a long time ago! I didn’t realize how much smoother the mouse motion would be with high DPI and it’s nice to be able to change the setting on the mouse. The mouse glides smoothly and feels great in my hand. It has so many buttons I don’t know what I will use all of them for but I will find something. Their positioning feels nice.

  5. ATCA

    Someone tried to tell me that the performance differences between a wired and wireless mouse is no longer measurable when gaming. However, after getting this mouse, I have to disagree with that assessment. Immediately I saw improvements in my online gaming performance (especially Fortnite). I feel like the actual mouse is just a tad too small for my hand and less comfortable than my previous mouse, but otherwise have no complaints. I am still learning how to use the “profile” software and wish it had a little bit better documentation/instructions.

  6. Nicole Tran

    With this mouse you can download Logitech G Hub and make some amazing macro features .. and with G-shift im able to maximize the buttons on the mouse far more than expected! I recently switched to a TKL keyhboard and and was upset that i dont have a dedicated volume button anymore … but G hub makes it so i can bind Scroll Left + Scroll Right to volume and suddenly i have dedicated volume buttons again!The mouse otherwise performs as you would expect any other gaming mouse. It feels great and i have no complaints. I’m just extremely impressed by what G hub enables me to do.

  7. Sb129

    Seems to be very well built, I like the extra buttons for games as well as the scroll wheel. I am kind of hard on mice, they never last a year for me, I hope this bucks that trend, I’ll be updating if it breaks or if it makes it past the 1 year mark.

  8. Nick Santana

    Bought this on a whim when my friend told me it was on sale. I’ve read a bunch of reviews either stating there have been problems or it has been great. Fortunately, my experience has been the latter. It’s leagues better than any of the other mice I’ve been using and it feels great. It has been close to a year now and it still runs perfectly

  9. Aaron

    I mean it’s just the simplest best Logitech mouse ever it has the weights something I always liked. The G-Hub software is amazing I’m able to have profiles on the mouse and take it to work and then on my dual boot system one of the windows operating systems I have g-hub installed and it uses the onboard memory so I can switch between the profiles I’m used to. Then on my gaming operating system I force it to use the software instead of the onboard so I can customize it just for gaming and not accidentally switch between profiles.It’s smooth as butter it lasts a good long time Make sure the cord doesn’t rub against the back of your keyboard tray it’ll eventually fray the fabric over time it’s happened with all the mice that I’ve ever owned it’s not about this one I just use a little bit of duct tape and tuck it up against the bottom of the desk.RGB is cool not obnoxious but you can see it. Highly customizable not too many buttons but just enough.There’s this like sniper button the precise button for your thumb it like lowers your DPI when you hold it Don’t even use that for lowering your DPI Free that up for something it’s a game changer having three thumb buttons.

  10. Jacob P.

    Got one for my desktop at home – fits the hand well (even with my large hands), has good weight, sensitivity, side tilt, side buttons for forward/back, plus the rgb options in the Logitech software are fun.Like it enough that I bought one for work too. It was only $5 more than some crappy off-brand mouse I received broken- so I feel vastly more value for my dollar with this mouse.

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