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PAX Prime 2013: Logitech G602 gaming mouse

We are sad to say PAX Prime 2013 will come to an end today, but we are sure you have seen plenty of great things from the event, although choosing the best product to come from the show will be a tough call. While we do not suggest for one moment that the Logitech G602 gaming mouse is the best, we have to admit it will be very welcome by gamers because of the advancements made.

To give you a greater understanding of just what to expect from this new mouse for hard-core gamers, the LinusTechTips YouTube channel has given the Logitech G602 an early hands-on preview, although we cannot wait for him to get his hands on the device and give it the full review it deserves.

From the start of the video we are told to expect nothing like we have seen before, and has changed massively compared to its predecessor. Logitech are on hand during PAX Prime 2013 to talk us through the key innovation they brought to the table with the Logitech G602, and it is clear the biggest feature is battery life.

The Logitech G602 Gaming Mouse gets the hands-on treatment during PAX Prime 2013
The Logitech G602 Gaming Mouse gets the hands-on treatment during PAX Prime 2013

Let’s get one thing clear though, it will not replace the 700S because Logitech is to keep that in their line, although we do hope for a reduced cost. The Logitech G602 battery life is said to be 250 hours of non-stop gaming.

The G602 offers pinpoint accuracy thanks to Delta Zero sensor technology and with 11 programmable controls you have a mouse that gives you a true gaming experience, which is also thanks to in-game sensitivity switching.

The Logitech G602 release date will be sometime this month and is already up for pre-order. The G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse price is $79.99.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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