Originally Posted by gabsonuro
i dont quite understand the purpose of the g602? they already have the exact same mouse with the g700s. The pads look okay though
I think the difference is really the thumb buttons. G602 has 6 thumb buttons as opposed to 2, hence, it's a Razer Naga competitor. G700 has traditional button placement, aimed more at the standard (gaming) market.
What's very interesting is this model is wireless. There hasn't been an MMO style mouse before (that I know of) that has been wireless and not cost silly money. In fact, the only one I'm aware of is the Razer Naga Epic and that costs upwards of £100 (as opposed to £70). They're certainly seriously undercutting the competition here.
I'm really interested to know what the tracking is like. That is the main feature that really put me off the G600. Many people complained of poor tracking and input lag caused by ****ty firmware. Logitech eventually replaced some I think. This time around Logitech seems to have thought about the tracking a little more by the looks of the section on "delta zero sensor technology". Not to mention the CPI is not super high, might be an indication they have thought about tracking more than raw CPI figures.
Damn it. Might have to try cancel my Naga 2014 order until someone has reviewed this one.
Anyone know if the fact it's wireless have any negative effects other than running out of battery?