Having become accustomed to the freewheeling wheel of some Logitech mice, it has become a feature I can't live without. Okay, maybe I wouldn't really shrink and die if I had to move back the old way, but at least I'd be in a bad mood. So with that in mind, I can wholeheartedly recommend the Logitech G502 Hero, which is on sale on Amazon for $ 37.99 right now.
That’s $ 42 below its list price. In fact, this gaming mouse has been discounted for several weeks and has typically sold for about $ 50 most of last year. That said, this is the cheapest I've seen and a low price for a high-end rodent.
Logitech 502 Hero Wired Gaming Mouse | 25K DPI |
$ 79.99 $ 37.99 on Amazon (save $ 42)
It’s a feature-rich gaming mouse with a freewheel scroll wheel (you can also scroll in steps), 11 programmable buttons, a 25,600 DPI sensor, adjustable weight adjustment, and more.See offer
As for its ability to offer continuous scrolling (just give it a good push on the scroll wheel and turn almost forever), not everyone will like it, I can admit, even if they don’t understand it. For those who fall on the other side of this splitting problem, it’s easy enough to get back into step-by-step scrolling at the touch of a button. In fact, I go back and forth from time to time: staggered scrolling in most games (easier to navigate with weapons this way) and free spin when I browse the web.
There are other things you might like about this mouse. Like its 25,600 DPI Hero sensor, which has been upgraded from 16,000 DPI in an earlier version. It's a great sensor with no acceleration or fluctuations, just a smooth track no matter how fast you compress the mouse on the desktop or mouse surface.
It also includes 11 programmable buttons, RGB lighting, built-in memory to store up to five custom profiles directly on the mouse, and an adjustable weight system with five removable 3.6-gram weights. In short, it is a lot of mouse for the discount purchase price.