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Logitech G602 910-003820 Black 11-Button Wireless Gaming Mouse $30AC @Newegg

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Beware of the double click !!
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Beware of the double click !!
Does that only happen with the wireless models? My MX anywhere is getting retired/I'm going with the $50 wired combo deal with a keyboard.
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Does anyone know how these works on Linux?
From my experiences with a Logitech G700: The buttons on the side and top-left of the mouse will not be recognized as mouse buttons in Linux. However, they can be mapped in Windows (using Logitech's software) to buttons you might use in key combinations (e.g. Alt, Ctrl, Shift, Super, etc.) or to entire key combinations (e.g. Ctrl + Alt + Tab, Ctrl + C/X/V). Profiles are stored locally on the mouse and thus may be switched at the press of a button regardless of OS or computer. Likewise, DPI increment/decrement options can be stored in profiles on the mouse and will not need Logitech's software once setup. The main limitations of the mouse that require Logitech's software (and thus Windows) to be present during normal use are timed macros (e.g. to insert a "wait" duration between keys during a combination), macro's that require mouse functions (e.g. Alt + Left Click), and macro's that should be infinitely repeated upon button press until button release since these functions cannot be saved to mouse profiles.

Once again though, these are only my experiences with a G700 and not a G602. I have not checked recently to see if there is an easy way to assign the mouse buttons directly in Linux since I dual boot and don't particularly mind mapping them in Windows. For what it's worth, I'm considering replacing my G700 with this due to a broken scroll wheel.
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I have this mouse. I bought it more for the ergonomics. The size and shape fit my larger hands well, and I love the thumb rest. I would imagine serious gaming would opt for a wired flavor, but I have no direct experience with gaming that would require extreme accuracy out of a mouse. I'd buy another if I had an excuse for it.
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Beware of the double click !!
Loved my G602... for about a year. It sat in my closet for this very reason for another year. I finally got replacement switches (no receipt, no warranty) and tried fixing it only to have the LMB completely die instead. My G602 went in the trash at that point. Quite a sad day, now looking for something similar, wireless and with better build quality.
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Have had 2 G602s for over a year, used at home and work. Phenomenal mouse.
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I'd be all over this mouse if it had the hidden thumb button underneath the thumb-rest. I've gotten so used to having that... might have to go with a Master next and see if the gesture button is sufficient.
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Bought one recently when amazon had it for $30. Love it!
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I'd be all over this mouse if it had the hidden thumb button underneath the thumb-rest. I've gotten so used to having that... might have to go with a Master next and see if the gesture button is sufficient.
i have both, the master is really good if you are not gaming, comfortable and better weight imo. i see a youtube review about the master for gaming which seems fine, so when i start playing pubg i tried with it, but i gues ots really not for gaming, lags all the time, so i replaced it with G602 and it works great so far, still lag at some point, but doesnt really hurt.
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I have this mouse and I like it a lot. The only bummer is that it needs its own usb wireless plug and is not compatible with the unifying receiver.
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Does anyone know how these works on Linux?
they work on linux for simple stuff like using two of the buttons as backwards and forwards.. the middle bottom is back and the top is forward. never tested the others, not sure they even work because I know in windows the top 3 are not assigned to anything by default. maybe there's software to map them on linux or wine to emulate the windows software
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A WARNING for those who grip their mouse by the upper-right corner, there is no frame surrounding the buttons, so you are liable to fire off right-clicks if you're heavy-handed. This won't affect everyone, but if you're like me who had a MX518 and then tried the M602, it could be a problem. I took mine back and got a G700S and it's been fine.

Again, not specifically a bad mouse design, but not good for those with grips like mine.
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Mouse stopped working after 4 years
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anyone else having issues with checkout on newegg site? gives me an error when i click Checkout.
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