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Bought this last year from BB for $35. Solid mouse.

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So a few things to like and hate about this mouse I figure I'd share just from owning 4 of these mice over the last 10 years

- it's extremely accurate, and tracks really well. DPI is customizable.

- macro capable

- ergonomically the mouse isn't as friendly for those with carpal tunnel or wrists that fatigue quickly as it forces you to arch your hands slightly for use more so than other mice. Some people may not notice YMMV. The 402 series seems to be slightly less ergo friendly than the 502 imo

- if you like the Logitech G series consider upgrading to a 5xx series as there are more side buttons which make it more convenient for macros or other binds within apps or games. If you don't think you need it or if you're not sure get this deal for time being but be aware you're going to wonder what you might be missing out on. The 5xx series goes on sale occasionally too.

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I've been tracking this for a while. I've been waiting for it to drop in price seems like there's still a bunch of stock around
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Thanks for posting. Much appreciated!
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Thanks. Got one
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Why is the mouse good.
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I just ordered the Corsair M55, is this better?
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It's been this price for months now. Got it last month for kid's gaming (fortnite mostly) and it seems to work well. 1600 dpi seems like good normal setting and 3200 almost too sensitive. Wonder what all the newer ones feel like. The sniper button comes in handy quite a bit.

Still find myself switching back to Mx master for regular use, especially for the scroll wheel, but also comfort for extended use.
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I just ordered the Corsair M55, is this better?
Absolutely
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So a few things to like and hate about this mouse I figure I'd share just from owning 4 of these mice over the last 10 years

- it's extremely accurate, and tracks really well. DPI is customizable.

- macro capable

- ergonomically the mouse isn't as friendly for those with carpal tunnel or wrists that fatigue quickly as it forces you to arch your hands slightly for use more so than other mice. Some people may not notice YMMV. The 402 series seems to be slightly less ergo friendly than the 502 imo

- if you like the Logitech G series consider upgrading to a 5xx series as there are more side buttons which make it more convenient for macros or other binds within apps or games. If you don't think you need it or if you're not sure get this deal for time being but be aware you're going to wonder what you might be missing out on. The 5xx series goes on sale occasionally too.
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I just ordered the Corsair M55, is this better?
I personally really enjoy Corsair mice, but would have advised spending a few dollars more for m65 pro.
This is a solid mouse and I think the "which one is better" will be determined by nothing else than what feels better for you in the hand.
Maybe get both and return the one you don't care for as much?
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Anyone likes this one or the deathadder better?
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I've had the G502 for about a year and it has been great. I highly recommend Logitech's gaming mice.
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I've been going crazy over mice and kb's and this deal is a solid one and obviously Logitech is the jam. I recommend it over Razor or Corsair even though they both have good deals too. Just an opinion as well lol
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Anyone likes this one or the deathadder better?
Stay away from Razer's if u dont want to deal with double click within a year.
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