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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by Coffee Bean View Post

G403 shape is bad for me I have had similar design mice and that's not for me. Mice must be big comfy and must be shaped something like G602, MX performance/master.

Edit: seems like G602 have some quality issues with buttons they broke fast.
http://geek-mag.com/posts/252118/
What do you guys think about Logitech MX master?

I really didn't like the G602, too heavy for my liking, no place to properly rest your ring finger(Which is a massive oversight on a big palm grip style mouse imo) and one of the side buttons broke after about a week(I barely even used it).

I'd try the MX Master
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

I really didn't like the G602, too heavy for my liking, no place to properly rest your ring finger(Which is a massive oversight on a big palm grip style mouse imo) and one of the side buttons broke after about a week(I barely even used it).

I'd try the MX Master

The Mx is terrible Mx series used to be premium now they just look premium gj Logitech rolleyes.gif
post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by Aliandro1d View Post

The Mx is terrible Mx series used to be premium now they just look premium gj Logitech rolleyes.gif

What do you think is terrible about it? Just saying "Its terrible" is pretty lousy feedback on its own.

From what I've seen, there are people that like the old MX better and people that like the new MX better.
post #14 of 17
low tracking speed, 125hz wireless is no better than any cheap wireless. the outside is good it was fully designed by mechanical engineers(this shows) but the internals are bad. If anyone has a g602 problem just return it for a new one outside of people saying "mine broke etc." i can't fault the g602 it's the basically a 500hz wireless palm mouse with g100s internals. Whether you like one or the other is subjective but from an objective point the mx is not worth the money it's a nice looking mouse with the specs of any old 15ish dollar wireless mouse. If you want something that tracks on glass gigabyte does it better and cheaper but for gaming i would recommend 500hz + wireless mouse. Not one specifically to look top end in an office environment .
post #15 of 17
Thread Starter 
How can I make macro where I use words and then press enter? I can make words macros but I can't figure out how to add enter button.


Something like this: qwerty (enter button)

Edit: nevermind i figured out how to make it with Multi Key function.
Edited by Coffee Bean - 4/28/17 at 7:06pm
post #16 of 17
The only good thing about G602 is its battery life. Even with 1 AA battery, it can still play in gaming mode for more than 1 month.
But the quality issue happens to its battery life too. I have a friend whose G602 drains power really fast. He finally got the mouse RMA'd.
post #17 of 17
Thread Starter 
How long did your friend used that mouse and what quality issues he had other than battery drain?
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