The Logitech G602 is a good overall wireless mouse. It connects to its USB receiver to get a very low click latency and has great sensor performance. Fans of high sensitivity might be a bit disappointed by its maximum 2500 CPI, but most people should be fine. Its body and shape are very comfortable for a palm grip, especially due to its thumb rest. It has a lot of programmable buttons and it can be customized on both Windows and macOS, which is great.
Note 03/02/2020: Due to losing the receiver for the G602, we couldn't retest our unit. We got a new mouse in order to retest it. These results are for the new unit and might differ from the initial review.
The Logitech G602 is a very good mouse for office use. It feels very solid and has a good overall build quality. It's a versatile mouse with a large number of customizable buttons that can make your workflow a bit more fluid. It has great ergonomics and sits nicely in your palm. However, if you have small hands, this mouse might not be ideal if you prefer using the claw grip or the fingertip grip, as some buttons will be out of reach.
The Logitech G602 is an okay mouse for playing FPS games. It feels responsive thanks to its good sensor and low click latency. However, it might be a bit heavy for more competitive FPS players that are looking for a lighter mouse. On the upside, it's a versatile mouse that allows you a great degree of customization and is very comfortable to use.
The Logitech G602 is a very good mouse for playing MMO games. Its shape is comfortable for long hours of gaming and it has a lot of side buttons for instant access to your spells and abilities. It feels responsive and its wireless click latency is low enough that you won't notice any delay.
The Logitech G602 isn't designed as an ultra-light gaming mouse. It's rather heavy and there's no way to make it lighter. It isn't a good choice for ultra-light gaming.
The Logitech G602 is a good mouse for travel. It has a spot to store its receiver, but it's a bit bulky and might be hard to fit in a laptop bag. On the upside, the build quality is good and the wireless design is great to use in cramped spaces.
The Logitech G602 is an older version of the Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED. It's a pretty good mouse overall and can be used for a wide variety of uses, but unfortunately, it can't be used wired, which is disappointing. Considering there's a newer and improved model of this mouse, it's a better option than the G602. See our recommendations for the best mice and the best MMO mice. If you're interested in Logitech products, also check out the best Logitech mice.
The Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED is a better mouse than its previous version, the Logitech G602. It has overall better performance and is slightly more comfortable to use. It only uses a single AA battery, while the G602 requires two. You can also unlock the scroll wheel on the G604 for infinite scrolling.
The Logitech G502 HERO is a better gaming mouse than the Logitech G602. It feels better built, has weight optimization, higher customizable CPI, and a better mouse wheel. On the other hand, the G602 is more suited to people with smaller hands due to its less bulky design, and you can use it wirelessly.
The Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED is a better gaming mouse than the Logitech G602. It has a much wider CPI range, and its small frame is suitable for most hand sizes, though people with larger hands may have a tough time getting a comfortable palm grip. While the G305 is smaller and lighter, the G602 feels more comfortable, thanks to its thumb rest.
The Logitech G602 and the Logitech G660 MMO Gaming are both great mice for MMOs. However, for MMO gamers who like to have a ton of programmable buttons, the G660 has nine more. It also feels better built and has a wider customizable CPI range but is wired-only. On the other hand, the G602 is wireless and has onboard memory, so you can keep your customization options if you switch PCs.
The Logitech G602 is a better gaming mouse, while the Logitech MX Master is better for office use. The MX Master connects via its USB receiver or Bluetooth and has a micro USB cable for charging. It also has a scroll wheel that unlocks for free scrolling and has L/R tilt buttons. Comparatively, the G602 only connects via its USB receiver and uses two AA batteries. It also has much better latency, more side buttons, a wider CPI range, and a higher polling rate. Both mice are best-suited for a palm or claw grip for nearly all hand sizes.
The Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED is a better wireless gaming mouse than the Logitech G602. It's more comfortable for all hand sizes, has a better scroll wheel, a much wider customizable CPI range, and has a rechargeable battery. On the other hand, the G602 has a thumb rest on the left side for a more comfortable grip.
The Logitech MX Master 2S is a better office mouse than the Logitech G602, while gamers may prefer the layout of the G602 more. The MX Master 2S feels better-built and has better ergonomics. However, it's a larger mouse, and people with smaller hands will likely struggle to get a comfortable grip. The G602, on the other hand, can be used in palm grip with small hands. The MX Master 2S is also rechargeable, while the G602 requires 2 AA batteries. That said, gamers will likely appreciate the six side buttons on the G602.
The Logitech G602 looks like a gaming mouse but without RGB lighting. It has a large thumb rest and some buttons on the side that make it highly versatile, but at the same time make the mouse suitable for use only with the right hand. It's made out of solid matte plastic and has both CPI and battery life indicators.
This mouse has a rather large body due to the thumb rest. It's fairly bulky and might not fit in a smaller laptop case, but you should still be able to toss it in a bag without any issues.
The Logitech G602's overall build quality is great. It feels durable but might not feel as premium as other high-end Logitech mice. On the upside, it has a solid construction with sturdy buttons.
This is a very heavy mouse that doesn't favor lightweight gaming. You can remove the battery cover and only use one battery, but this doesn't make it that much lighter.
The Logitech G602 Wireless is very comfortable to use for long periods. It's a mouse designed for right-hand use due to the thumb rest, the slight slant, and the button placement. It's suitable for any hand size as long as you use the palm grip. However, if you prefer the claw grip or the fingertip grip and have smaller hands, this might not be the best mouse for you.
This mouse is designed to be used with a palm grip. Your hand, no matter its size, should rest comfortably and you shouldn't have any problem reaching all buttons.
People with small hands will have a hard time using this mouse with the claw grip as you might have trouble reaching both the front buttons on the sides and the buttons on the top.
This mouse isn't the most suitable for a fingertip grip. Only people with larger hands will manage to use it efficiently and reach all buttons.
The Logitech G602 mouse can connect to its USB receiver, but lacks Bluetooth compatibility. If you take the mouse with you and forget the receiver, you won't be able to use it, but thankfully there's a slot to store the receiver inside the mouse's body. Also, it uses disposable batteries and can't be recharged while being used so if you've run out of power, you'll have to get new batteries. You can also use the mouse with just one battery, which makes it slightly lighter. If you want a mouse with Bluetooth support, check out the Logitech G603 LIGHTSPEED.
This gaming mouse has a lot of programmable buttons. There are six side buttons and two additional buttons on the left click button. The only one you can't reprogram is the 'Endurance Mode' button.
This mouse's click latency is very low. People using it shouldn't notice any delay, even when playing games.
It has a very narrow CPI range, but it can be adjusted in increments of 50, and it has a fairly consistent sensor. However, the minimum lift of distance isn't as low as some other options, so the sensor may track your movements when you reposition your mouse. Also, the maximum polling rate is lower than some other gaming mice, and it drops to 125Hz when in Endurance Mode. If you'd like a lower lift-off distance with a much higher maximum polling rate, check out the ASUS ROG Chakram.
This Logitech G602 has a fairly typical mouse wheel. It offers you wheel incrementation feedback, but you can't unlock the wheel for infinite scrolling.
This mouse is compatible with the Logitech Gaming Software. It's very versatile and works perfectly both on Windows and on macOS. It allows you to tweak lots of features regarding the mouse's performance and allows you to easily customize its buttons. The mouse has onboard memory so you don't have to reprogram the mouse each time you use it on a different computer.
The Logitech G HUB software also works with this mouse, but only on a Windows PC. When installed on our Mac, the software couldn't see the mouse.