The Logitech G502 Hero LightSpeed wireless gaming mouse has dropped to $119.99 on Amazon. It is back-ordered a bit, but you can order it at this price and secure the discount. You never know if the price will jump back up to its regular $150 price. The G502 has dropped this low only twice before, and both deals expired quickly.
This mouse includes an adjustable weight system for personalized balance, 11 fully programmable buttons, customizable RGB lighting, and a 16,000 DPI sensor you can adjust for the best possible speeds and responsiveness.
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The Windows Central review of this mouse gives it 5 stars out of 5 and a Recommended badge. Our reviewer said, "If you've got the extra money to spend and want what is one of the best wireless gaming mice out there, then the G502 Lightspeed should be at the top of your list. Its mixture of features, design, and customization make it well worth the money. Most importantly, it's a wireless gaming mouse that still manages to feel just a responsive as a wired one."
This is a mouse for the competitive gamer or someone who needs an ultimately super responsive device. It is built with a Hero sensor that has an adjustable DPI that goes up to 16,000. There are also a total of 11 buttons that are completely customizable with a hyper-fast scroll wheel that lets you easily review menus, long web pages, and more. Use Logitech's free software to assign custom macros and create shortcut commands.
You can even adjust the weight of this mouse. It has six removable weights inside so you can find the perfect balance.
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