Is Logitech G502 too heavy for FPS?

Is Logitech G502 too heavy for FPS?

Admittedly, its a bit heavy for FPS games, but it is one of the best mice I’ve ever used. Plus, there are optional weights that you don’t need to use, so it really isn’t that heavy at all.

Does heavier mouse better for FPS?

For FPS games, lighter is generally better. That being said, you can aim just fine with a heavier mouse as well (as long as it’s not too heavy), a lot of CS pros use mice that are 90-100grams and have some of the best aim out there. The most important thing is shape, then weight.

Is the model o better than G502?

The Glorious Model O is a much lighter mouse than the Logitech G502 HERO. The Glorious has a much more flexible and lightweight cable, which should be better for gaming. The Logitech has a sniper button and a much larger design that’s better suited for people with bigger hands.

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How heavy is the G502 Wired?

4.3 ounces

How heavy is G502 with all weights?

about 5.9 ounces

How heavy should I make my mouse?

He essentially confirmed the results of our poll, saying ‘this is… exactly in line with some recent surveys we’ve done ourselves showing that around 85/90g for a FPS mouse, and 100g “general” are quite good target weights for a mouse nowadays..’ Bram also told us that Cooler Master’s mice are different weights to cater …

Is G602 good for FPS?

Doodier: I have the g602 and it’s absolutely perfect! No noticable lag whatsoever and I play only CS:GO nowadays. It has a toggle button for gaming/battery saver mode and I use the gaming mode for – well – gaming and the other mode for everything else.

What do the buttons on the G602 do?

Though not as numerous as the dozen buttons on the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse, the six thumb buttons found on the G602 are shaped to sit above the thumb rest, and have raised faces to make it easy to differentiate one button from another without having to look at the mouse instead of your game.

Is the G602 Bluetooth?

Looks like the G602 is NOT Bluetooth and so NO. Your mouse should have come with a small adapter that looms like this but it’s not Bluetooth. It’s “Wireless” and not universally compatible except for use with other Logitech wireless devices. Wireless mice normally come with their own Bluetooth dongle to work.

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