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As good as the original G502, but Logitech needs to learn a few things
Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2019
The mouse itself is incredible. Absolutely zero lag or delay, top tier optical sensor, extremely good build quality and shape. However, charging 150 for this thing feels like Logitech is only pricing it that way because they know people will pay for such a legendary mouse. However, the g502 Hero can usually be found for around 60 dollars. How does Logitech get away with charging an extra 100 dollars to remove a wire? It’s absurd. Even the g602, which is an older wireless mouse by them, can be had for 40 dollars. The mouse is overpriced, it should be retailing for 110 at the most, not 150. Other options such as the dark core is usually around 70 dollars, the rival 650 can be had for around 100 dollars and even razer, who is known for overpricing things, is selling their mamba wireless for 99. That mouse goes on sale for around 80. Logitech needs to realize people bought their stuff because it was priced fairly and performed high end. Charging more than everyone else, is a great way to start looking like the bad guy, especially when your mice still have double clicking issues. Great mouse, bad price.