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post #3271 of 3281 (permalink) Old 12-28-2017, 10:45 PM
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how does the g502 compare with the g402 and g403?

this seems like a direct upgrade to g402 which i use

i like the g402's shape

Then you will not like the G502.
The G502 looks deceptively similar to the G402 on photos. But, trust me, it feels very different.
Its quite a bit smaller, which makes you hold it very differently to the G402.

But worst of all, its HEAVY. So heavy, I think you'll find very, very few FPS players using this mouse.
For other types of games, I reckon its pretty good. The sensor is perfect; the buttons are good etc etc.

I have both mice. And I've tried and tried to become 'friendly' with the G502. But I've given up, and am using the G402 for now, whilst I await Logitech's next gaming mouse.

Pro tip: whether you have the G402 or G502, get rid of that annoying sniper button.

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Btw, you might like the G403 better than the G502 shape-wise.
Check it out.

But be warned:
The G403 has VERY, VERY low lift-off-distance.
Coming from the G402, which has beautifully high LoD, this might be a deal breaker for you (it was for me. My G403 is buried in the mouse graveyard for now, until I need it's Omron switches some day).

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Will my G502 scroll whell become rusted/corroded if I use it with sweaty hand? I bought it half year ago and during last month it is very hot in my country, I am sweating like a pig during gaming. Couple of days ago I saw some thread about problems with rusty wheel so I am little worried that will happen to me my mouse future...

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Will my G502 scroll whell become rusted/corroded if I use it with sweaty hand? I bought it half year ago and during last month it is very hot in my country, I am sweating like a pig during gaming. Couple of days ago I saw some thread about problems with rusty wheel so I am little worried that will happen to me my mouse future...
G502 Proteus Spectrum owner here.

I think the wheel is nickel plated or something. I too suffer from palmar over hydration (lol) during the warmer months. I have zero rust or issues for that matter with this mouse. I've had it for about a year now.

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G502 Proteus Spectrum owner here.

I think the wheel is nickel plated or something. I too suffer from palmar over hydration (lol) during the warmer months. I have zero rust or issues for that matter with this mouse. I've had it for about a year now.
This is what I found about rusty scrool wheel:

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...dsee-pictures/

https://www.reddit.com/r/G502MasterR..._wheel_rusted/

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/916373-pc/73275747

too many reports just to be a coincidence...


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My metal wheel is gaining some green coloration kind of rust. Is it bacterial or something?
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after 2 years, maybe 2.5? the blue led is burning or burnt out
when it color cycles it can't produce blue, teal and if i switch profiles it can't do white, it's like an off white now
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took me a few days but the mouse managed to drop some hefty weight off!

from 121g down to 89g. No buttons were removed. Every button works.


The top chassis is incredibly heavy with all the buttons plastics and cover, at around 50g!
The bottom chassis weighted just 22g
The original scroll wheel weighted 13g

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is there a way to turn off the leds without software?

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is there a way to turn off the leds without software?
not that I know of, but you can simply install it and change settings then uninstall it. it saves to an on-board memory on the mouse.
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