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post #21 of 83
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Not wireless, awful customer support, only passable build quality.

Low PCS means if you move the mouse too fast it will skip and not track properly. Also the 602 is the only optical wireless gaming grade mouse in existence.

Never had issues with SteelSeries customer support and the build quality is fantastic on the Rival, don't know what your talking about. I also feel like wireless mice create more problems than they solve and at a much higher price point so if you're trying to save money definitely consider it.
post #22 of 83
It's not wireless, but I love my G500s. Doesn't break the bank, either. Got in on sale on Amazon for $35, not sure what it's at right now though.
post #23 of 83
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post #24 of 83
I'm another vote for the G602, I think you'd like it and the PCS is rather unlikely to be an issue.
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Then I won't consider that issue with the mouse =) But still... All those macros 0_0
post #26 of 83
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Okay everybody! Here's my idea! I'll go to a local store and check out the G700 cause it's rechargeable and it's a lasor mouse =) Will report back later! If you know any issue with the G700 then please tell me!
post #27 of 83
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Okay everybody! Here's my idea! I'll go to a local store and check out the G700 cause it's rechargeable and it's a lasor mouse =) Will report back later! If you know any issue with the G700 then please tell me!

I have issues with it... Something about a 10' pole.
post #28 of 83
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Okay everybody! Here's my idea! I'll go to a local store and check out the G700 cause it's rechargeable and it's a lasor mouse =) Will report back later! If you know any issue with the G700 then please tell me!
Laser is, in short, inferior to optical in terms of tracking accuracy. It works on more surfaces though and if you aren't trying to play in a competitive manner then it's also still fine. Works best on hard surfaces. The bigger problem with the G700 and G700s is the incredibly short battery life compared to the G602.
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post #29 of 83
Oh come on, man... You're going to piss off Skylit.

Laser isn't inferior to optical. The ADNS9x00 sensor has a flaw and the PTE just exists to anger people. Unfortunately, those are our two "laser" options of today. Past laser illuminated devices have been just fine and didn't present the random acceleration that is present in current options. Again, the doppler sensors like the PTE are just sadistic liars. You have great stats and numbers you want to take advantage of, but when you try... It's awful.

Unfortunately, the G700 is an ADNS9x00 sensor. Just not up to snuff when compared to modern LED solutions.
post #30 of 83
The G602 side buttons do not get in the way at all and they are extremely easy to get to any that you need. None of them are required for use of course. It's easy to just have a Mouse4 and Mouse5 and not use any of the others. Should you need them there is no confusing which is which. It's a well done design on Logitech for that.

My single AA lithium battery lasted nearly two months. The battery life really negates any need to charge or be charged.

I personally can't hit over 2m/s because of my small pad conditions (that goes for any mouse I own) but rest assured you more than likely won't be hitting that PCS.

Lastly I'm ashamed to say I've owned more than a handful of wireless gaming mice. The G602 is in its own class when it comes to how good it is. This is the mouse to change the perception on wireless in terms of tracking, battery life, and latency. No other wireless mouse comes close.
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