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 Logitech G502 X Gaming Mouse : Review

A wireless gaming mouse that feels very well-built and is comfortable is the Logitech G502 X . Its sensor has a really wide CPI range, and the set CPI stays pretty much the same whether you move the mouse quickly or slowly.It also has very little click latency, which makes it easy to move the cursor around and respond quickly. Due to its shape and thumb rest, the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED is probably better suited for a palm grip.However, its large body may make it difficult to use with any grip type on smaller hands.Additionally, even if you use the included weights to increase its mass, it is still quite heavy without them.It can be used wired or wirelessly, and it is fully compatible with both Windows and macOS, making it very adaptable. The Logitech G502 Wireless has a much wider CPI ra...

Review: Logitech G102 Prodigy Gaming Mouse

A successor to the G100s, the Logitech G102 follows the classic G1 series design, though it comes with some handy perks and customizations. Not only is there a performance improvement, but Logitech has also made sure that their entry level gaming mouse is jazzed up in terms of looks as well. The design of the mouse, though symmetrical in appearance can’t exactly be called ambidextrous as it features the side buttons on the left side of the mouse. It looks simple and is relatively low, designed for users with small to medium sized hands. The Logitech G102 Prodigy comes in two colours: black and white. Both come in a delicate matte finish, though it still feels very smooth while holding. The side buttons and the DPI shift button on the top have a glossy texture and feel much lighter. T...

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