[section_title title=”Conclusion”] Conclusion
The Logitech G602 isn’t a bad mouse, then, but rather a stonking prospect on its own merits and more so at £70.
Logitech have designed a near perfect mouse for me – probably the wireless equivalent of the Func that I absolutely loved – to put it in perspective. Button placement, software and general usage are all sublime. I think the battery capacity has been the most impressive thing for me coming from a wireless mouse that has a paltry capacity in comparison, and perhaps as a testament to the G602, doesn’t make me rue the lack of built-in battery or charge cable.
Looking around the web and at £70 the market doesn’t have anything, I don’t think, close to the G602. I’d quite easily put the G602 above my Mamba which cost significantly more, but more importantly, I’m not sure why you’d pick anything over this or go above spending seventy notes on a gaming mouse whilst this exists.
There are certain mice out there that should grab your attention, certainly, but these would be very specific I would think such as mice for serious MMO playing or FPS playing. The G602 falls short in this regard comparatively either due to lack of properly configurable buttons (LMB, RMB, and the scroll wheel do not count) or due to the lack of a readily accessible ‘sniper button’. The limited polling rate and relatively low DPI could be an issue for some, but personally, neither has affected my time and ultimately, enjoyment with the G602.
If you’re in the market for a mouse with this feature set and price, I don’t think you could do much better or worse than go for the G602. Batteries are even included to avoid any Christmas day tears!