Logitech G502 Drivers Download, Gaming Software, Installation, Firmware Update For Windows, Mac – Maybe you’re wondering why we reviewed the Logitech G502 back in 2018. The reasoning is sound: this mouse is so good that Logitech has kept it around for years, and the upgraded Logitech G502 – as well as its wireless model, the Logitech G502 Lightspeed – gave us an extra reason to go back. The classic mouse design is still here, but with a new sensor to make it compete with the best gaming mice on the market. While some will love the design, its sharp, angular look makes it an odd fit outside of gaming scenarios. It’s also built around a lot more buttons than the typical mouse, so not all grip types will be comfortable. But, for those that like the design, there’s almost nothing not to like.
If you’re familiar with the previous iteration of the Logitech G502, don’t expect to see much change on the outside. It’s still the dark, moody, angular, Batmobile-like mouse that it’s always been. It looks odd in an office environment but fits in a gaming battle station just fine. The build combines matte black plastic for the primary buttons and grips and puts glossy plastic between the mouse’s aesthetically different sections and on the extra buttons. The matte plastic does a good job of hiding hand grease, but the glossy plastic fares worse.
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The scroll wheel is shiny, metallic, and neatly notched. A button just behind the scroll wheel toggles the notched scrolling, and it’s a real delight with pronounced clicks. Toggling the mouse for infinite scrolling lets the wheel spin so freely that a good flick can keep it spinning for over 10 seconds. Terms of service and other long documents have never been easier to not read. Though the G502’s overall build quality feels sturdy, all the hard angles almost make it seem like this mouse could draw blood. The two buttons to the left of the primary click also oddly hang over the edge and feel as though they could snap off easily.
The G502 Hero features customizable RGB lighting for the DPI indicators and Logitech G logo. Both lighting zones are smartly placed so they’re visible between your thumb and index finger when holding the mouse. By default, the DPI indicators don’t stay lit though. For the most part, button placement is good. The three thumb buttons are easy to distinguish by feel, well within reach, but hard to misclick. Some people may struggle with the two buttons on the left of the primary mouse button. We keep them set to DPI switches, and the forward-most one is easy enough to accidentally hit and feel the whiplash of a suddenly much faster mouse. The Logitech G502 isn’t the most comfortable for larger hands. It’s a bit on the thin side, and the side grips don’t offer much traction. A claw grip works well enough, but deeper grooves and a softer rubber finish would offer a more trustworthy hold.
OS Compatible systems :
Windows 10 32-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 8.1 32-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 8 32-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit
Logitech G502 Drivers, Software Download for Windows 10, 8, 7
|Windows||Logitech Gaming Software 64-Bit||Download|
|Windows||Logitech Gaming Software 32-Bit||Download|
|Windows||Logitech G HUB||Download|
|Windows||G502 HERO Gaming Mouse Firmware Update||Download|
OS Compatible systems :
macOS 10.14.x, macOS 10.13.x, macOS 10.12.x, Mac OS X 10.11.x, Mac OS X 10.10.x, Mac OS X 10.9.x, Mac OS X 10.8.x, Mac OS X 10.7.x, Mac OS X 10.6.x
Logitech G502 Drivers, Software Download For Mac:
|Mac||Logitech G HUB||Download|
|Mac||Logitech Gaming Software||Download|