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http://steelseries.com/products/mice/steelseries-sensei-wireless

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I use the G602, just got a replacement in yesterday from Logitech as the buttons either fatigued in the first 3 months of usage or were just overall fragile as my middle mouse click down, upper 2 right buttons on the side and my right click all malfunctioned in order with varying degrees of usability. The part number or model number on my original G602 varies from what's on their website and the replacement is the same as the old one.

No tests were done on it but it has been fine to use for gaming here and I use my Sentinel II by CM at dpi levels of 6400-8200. I sometimes leave it in endurance but try to put it in "game" mode before I start playing. Default batteries lasted ~Nov 13 to Mar 21 with mixed usage and turning it off after I shut down the computer. Games played: BF4, APB: Reloaded, Dayz, Rust, World of Tanks, Skyrim, Saints Row 4, and Wildstar Beta. I've since changed to Eneloop rechargables and expect to see longer use time per charge.

Other mice I own I could compare to: G700, G500, CM Sentinel II, Razer Copperhead, Razer Mamba (original), and some generics

Ergos almost match the level of G500 but my hands engulf the Sentinel II so hard to say as probably bigger than most users and prefer palm style with slightly raised index/middle fingers. Used to claw my Razers but that was when I was a soph/junior in high school with CoD 4 and better reaction times.

The G602 is an excellent mouse since it's comfortable, usable for gaming (not perfect), mid sized, and battery life is well within or exceeds the spec stated of 1440 hours in endurance. DPI is a bit lacking but you'd adapt like anything else, other than that some of the side buttons can be a bit of a bear to use depending on your grip, hand size, and muscle memory. Customization is straightforward in the logitech gaming software from their site and can program hotkeys for just about anything 99% of the user base would need to.
Edited by Azefore - 4/3/14 at 2:04pm
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Garbage. Really, man? Listing a wireless AND a laser mouse? A recipe for disaster for serious gaming, especially for FPS.

The only good wireless "gaming" grade mouse I know of is the G602.
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If we really have so little data on the G602 I'm willing to grab one from my local Best Buy, review it, and then return it. If people are interested enough I can do just that.

I also haven't reviewed my Zowie FK since I got it, but we have lots of data on that. If people still want to see that as well and there's enough want for it I can certainly post that as well.
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post #15 of 25
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If we really have so little data on the G602 I'm willing to grab one from my local Best Buy, review it, and then return it. If people are interested enough I can do just that.

I also haven't reviewed my Zowie FK since I got it, but we have lots of data on that. If people still want to see that as well and there's enough want for it I can certainly post that as well.

A proper review for both mice will be nice. About G602 just found some info on this youtube link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VapOzTh6QQU

At 5 minutes of video he claims g602 use Avago 3050 and he post screenshot with Enotus metrics. I ll try to fish more feedback about the sensor from Logitech forums.
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A quick Enotus test here, dpi is an iffy category of the test last time I've used this:

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post #17 of 25
http://www.overclock.net/t/1422092/logitech-g602/30#post_20915160.

Logitech rep claims it's the same proprietary solution found in g100s. IPS rating may differ due to wireless parameters.
post #18 of 25
Well one thing I can say about Logitech is that in my experience their warranty is rock solid. I'm giving my mice quite serious workout as I use computers ~12h a day and been using mainly Logitech for about 6 years. G5 I had had wire breaking near the mouse chassis (it was bouncing around in my backback as I carried it with me daily), back then I was doing a lot of AutoCAD stuff and it was awesome for that, after talking to Logitech they sent me a G500 as replacement - I was not as fond of G500 and something happened it shortly after I was out of warranty (dont remember exactly what) so I bought G700. After G700 was about 1.5 years old the first mouse button started acting up - was busy but at last I got around talking to Logitech about this issue few weeks back and after asking me to hop through small number of loops (probably to make sure i actually have that mouse) they just shipped me G700s as replacement. Hopefully the shaky button quality issue has been resolved for G700s - at least people in the internet claim it was the main reason for revision. G700 buttons were rated for 10 million cliks if I remeber correct but G700s claims to have the main buttons good for 20 mil - that's pretty impressive number if true.

I'm btw mostly claw grip but I like larger and heavier mouse. I tend to hold my mice with thumb and pinky with wrist resting on a silicon support on my mouse mat.
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What's the native CPI of the 3050? Maybe Azefore could try it with that?
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What's the native CPI of the 3050? Maybe Azefore could try it with that?


Logitech forum source : http://forums.logitech.com/t5/G-series-Gaming-Mice/Native-DPI-Logitech-G602/m-p/1196245/highlight/true#M27756


Unlike G400s, G602 sensor has much more native DPI steps, in fact it starts at 250 and goes up to 2'500 by steps of 250. All this his handled internally by the sensor and available when running "On-Board Memory"..
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On top of that LGS, when running "Automatic Game Detection", offer additional steps that are obtained only by down-scaling sensor steps. So if you want 800 DPI, sensor will run at 1'000 and LGS scales down to 800, there is no data loss neither pixel extrapolation, this setting act barely like in game sensitivity. If user choose a multiple of 250, he get directly what sensor runs, LGS don't do any scaling in that precise case..
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Unlike former optical sensors, G602 sensor is not that sensitive to surface due to a different optical configuration, it's Laser grade surface coverage but with optical like tracking accuracy. This makes it well suited to provide excellent tracking where gamer want to run it. To reach optimal tracking consistency in game it's however recommended to use a mouse pad, this will also grant more predicable gliding and hand comfort..

Hope it helps.

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