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post #371 of 422

Haha that'd be nice but because of you saying that the g502 can be clawed I bought one and it really is a claw grip mouse thumb.gif. It doesn't feel much heavier than my g9x though surprisingly. I use my g9x with the wide grip and no weights.
Edited by hangtime21 - 11/13/14 at 2:21am
post #372 of 422
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Originally Posted by mitavreb View Post

^^ Huh? biggrin.gif

The G502 is a claw grip mouse. You can also use a fingertip grip with this mouse. smile.gif

Yeah realized that and bought one and right now I'm happy biggrin.gif
post #373 of 422
Does anyone know the size comparison between the G502 & MX518?
post #374 of 422
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Originally Posted by MidNighTempest View Post

Does anyone know the size comparison between the G502 & MX518?

The G502 is simply 'thinner' in width than the MX518. Some love it having smaller hands but if you have large hands the MX518 still reigns supreme, being that we are living in 2014 G400S would be a fitting mouse for those that grew up loving the MX518.
post #375 of 422
Thanks everyone, My G502 is on the way. I have a question regarding the software & G502. One of the thing I miss most from ROCCAT is that Auto Profile switch. E.g I've set-up a separate profile for MOBA games, Low DPI / key binding etc... Every time I play that particular game, ROOCAT detects it & automatically switches to the profile/setup. Does Logitech / G502 has that feature? Or do I manually switch profile every time I play that game.
post #376 of 422
you get 3 different profiles you can setup if you want. Dont recall any auto profile switch but then again i just set the dpi and then dont bother with the software after that.
post #377 of 422
Fairly certain there's profile switching for games in Logitech Gaming Software.
post #378 of 422
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Originally Posted by MidNighTempest View Post

Thanks everyone, My G502 is on the way. I have a question regarding the software & G502. One of the thing I miss most from ROCCAT is that Auto Profile switch. E.g I've set-up a separate profile for MOBA games, Low DPI / key binding etc... Every time I play that particular game, ROOCAT detects it & automatically switches to the profile/setup. Does Logitech / G502 has that feature? Or do I manually switch profile every time I play that game.

I know the Logitech software can detect the games installed in your computer. When you change it from onboard memory(mouse) to the other option(I forgot what it's called), there will be like 5 profiles to store for different games. It's something like that but I don't know if it auto changes the profiles.
post #379 of 422
Hum forgot that i had the software installed at work for my g500. You do indeed have a auto switch in the gaming software. its under profile and the furthest down. If it can find a match for a game it will switch to the profile you have for that game, if it cant find a match it will use the standard profile. You can also set a permanent profile if you want.
post #380 of 422
I just started using this mouse today.. and the scroll wheel is stupidly quick. It even seems to move by itself sometimes. I don't like it at all.. If I scroll up or down a webpage, it always seems to track back a notch by itself. Sometimes just moving the mouse seems to be enough to get the wheel to spin. Is this normal or is mine just faulty??
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