The Full Review for Logitech G502 Lightspeed Gaming Mouse

Logitech G502 Lightspeed wireless











  • Long Battery Life
  • Adjustable weight
  • Lots of customisation


  • No Bluetooth capability
  • Expensive

Logitech is world known for its gaming mice. The G502 Lightspeed is similar to the much loved G502 Hero gaming mouse but faster and wireless.

With 11 buttons for you to customize a great design and battery life, it is no reason it took the first place spot on our list- Want to check out the rest of our list click here.


At first glance, you would mistake this for the G502 Hero apart that it is missing a wire- Why change the design when it works?

This all matte black with sleek angles really shows this is a gaming mouse. To set off the gaming mouse theme even more there is RGB lighting- The Logitech G symbol is in RGB as well as 3 little lines on the left side of the mouse.

The comfort of this mouse is provided by the rubber rest for your thumb and the rounded shape of the mouse make it comfortable whether you’re a clawer or palm flat kind of gamer.

The mouse weighs in at 114 grams which is light, if like me you like a mouse to be slightly heavier you can adjust the weight up to 130g thanks to the additional 4g and 2 g weights.

This is a right-handers mouse so sorry to any of you lefties out there this will not work for you.

This mouse has 11 customizable buttons- On the top of the mouse, you now have a rubber scroll wheel with a button below to switch it between endless scroll or incremental scrolling. 

There are the usual left and right mouse buttons along with 2 macro buttons to the left of the left mouse button and one below the wheel scrolling switch button.

On the left side of the mouse, two buttons sit right next to your index finger and two which you can reach with your thumb.

All of the buttons on this mouse is labelled so when customizing you know exactly which button is which.


With this mouse having 11 customizable buttons you can set yourself up to play any game that you can think of.

The mouse is fast and accurate with you being able to adjust the DPI from 100-16,000. This is great if you need the sensitivity for shooters or down to the slower-paced strategy games.

We did not get any reports of lag when using this mouse across all genres of games, if you are worried you can plug in the braided USB cable as well.

The wireless connects simply with a USB dongle but you can also pair it with the Logitech Powerplay mat and have it charge while being used- This is definitely worth the extra purchase.


The Mouse is compatible with the Powerplay charging mouse pad- This plugs into your PC with a USB  A connector.

This is definitely the best way to use this mouse- there is no need to worry about battery life and running out of battery while playing.

Even if you do not use the powerplay you will still get 48 hours of use out of this mouse with the RGB lighting on and significantly more with the RGB off.

The mouse is also compatible with Logitech Hub- This is where you can easily customize your 11 buttons your DPI and anything else that you want to make your gaming experience perfect.

The G hub is great for setting up your game-specific genres so you can carry out certain moves or do certain actions easily.


With 11 buttons this makes this mouse compatible to do anything.

The Logitech G502 is a great mouse all around and it has very limited flaws. It is an expensive mouse but for the price, you get an exceptional gaming mouse.

If you are serious about gaming or even a pro then it is well worth the money.

With great battery life and compatibility with the power playmat, you don’t have to worry about running out of battery.

With 11 buttons this makes this mouse compatible to do anything.

Happy Gaming!

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