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Amazon has Logitech Gaming Mouse G602 - 11 buttons - wireless - 2.4 GHz

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...a217be2c08
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ordered the G602 for a MacBook.. hope it works well
If you have a usb port. Else, it's laggy. I'm using it now but have to order G600.
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Always wanted to try the G600, but wish it was a little cheaper. It's been out forever. But how's the scroll wheel? I would be using for office applications, primarily CAD. I don't like those overly smooth scrolls and the scroll button needs to depress nicely for flipping models around. Also prefer a fairly silent scroll, since I use it a lot.
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Looks like the Z606 is available again for the sale price but has a ship date of 1 to 2 months.

https://www.amazon.com/Surround-S...PDKIKX0DER

Edit: Looks like its popping in and out. If you want it you're going to have to monitor it I guess.
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Any thoughts on how any of these mice compare to a Razer Mamba Wireless? Wireless isn't actually a huge concern. I have a Logitech G700 (i think) now that is developing the double click issue.

TLDR: below
This happened to me after a few weeks/months of using my g600 mouse. Wayyy too new to be doing that in my case. Whatever though I thought, bought a new mouse since it's only $20. It solved the issue

But again, after a few months/weeks it started doing the double clicking again, which is just b.s. Had to have been something else.

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What fixed it was going to device manager (click start and type "device manager"). Find "Mice and other pointing devices" and expand it so you can see all the mouses you have.

Should be able to find your specific mouse. Disable all but one. Logic dictates to disable all except Logitechs mouse but in my case it was the reverse. Disabled everything except for one of the HID-compliant mouse. And surprisingly that fixed the issue.

Others mentioned to do the opposite, so just experiment.
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Always wanted to try the G600, but wish it was a little cheaper. It's been out forever. But how's the scroll wheel? I would be using for office applications, primarily CAD. I don't like those overly smooth scrolls and the scroll button needs to depress nicely for flipping models around. Also prefer a fairly silent scroll, since I use it a lot.
Scroll wheel seems fine to me. There are notches, so it's not smooth and the scroll button depresses and tilts fine for my uses. It doesn't scroll silently, but the minimal noise it makes does not bother me.
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Scroll wheel seems fine to me. There are notches, so it's not smooth and the scroll button depresses and tilts fine for my uses. It doesn't scroll silently, but the minimal noise it makes does not bother me.
Thank you for the feedback. I'd really like to try one of these.
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I am a regular user doing heavy programming and little gaming. Which one would be better with this regard, G502 or G602? I use both Windows and Mac interchangeable (with a docking station). Do both of them work well for Mac?
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250 hr battery life not great. G602 is junk.
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TLDR: below
This happened to me after a few weeks/months of using my g600 mouse. Wayyy too new to be doing that in my case. Whatever though I thought, bought a new mouse since it's only $20. It solved the issue

But again, after a few months/weeks it started doing the double clicking again, which is just b.s. Had to have been something else.

TLDR:
What fixed it was going to device manager (click start and type "device manager"). Find "Mice and other pointing devices" and expand it so you can see all the mouses you have.

Should be able to find your specific mouse. Disable all but one. Logic dictates to disable all except Logitechs mouse but in my case it was the reverse. Disabled everything except for one of the HID-compliant mouse. And surprisingly that fixed the issue.

Others mentioned to do the opposite, so just experiment.
Thank you! I'll need to try this.
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Returning my G602. Mouse is super heavy and also has some major skipping/lagging issues. Was worth a shot, but it's a terrible mouse.
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