Logitech’s latest wireless gaming mouse include USB-C. Logitech’s new G502 X series gaming mouse supersede the company’s successful G502 range.
The G502 X, G502 X Lightspeed, and G502 X Plus now include hybrid optical-mechanical buttons and a 25,600 dpi “Hero 25K” sensor. They’ll be lighter and black/white.
The mice include the company’s revolutionary “Lightforce” hybrid optical-mechanical switches, which combine optical speed with conventional mouse button clicking. Logitech says the optical switch wears less than a purely mechanical one.
The G502 X is wired and weighs 89 grammes. The G502 X Lightspeed and G502 X Plus offer 68% quicker connection than the preceding G502 Lightspeed, although only the G502 X Plus has Lightsync RGB.
You may remove the reversible DPI shift button if you’re a gaming newbie like me. Logitech also lightened the scroll wheel for smoother free spinning or ratcheted scrolling.
The actual reason to acquire this or upgrade from the previous generation is USB-C connection for wireless versions. The Lightspeed may be played wired for up to 140 hours and the Plus for up to 120. (with RGB off). Logitech’s Powerplay wireless charging mouse pad gives both devices limitless battery life. Wireless versions may share a receiver dongle with G915, G915 TKL, or G715.
Preorder Logitech’s G502 X range today. Both the wired G502 X and wireless Lightspeed will come next month for $79 and $139. The $159 Plus should delivery today.