Logitech G102 Gaming Mouse – Review

Logitech G102 Gaming Mouse – Review

Logitech G102 Gaming Mouse

When it comes to PC Gaming, a gaming mouse is one of the most important factors for a gamer. The mouse should provide a comfortable grip and should be more versatility. Not only that, it should continue with the same performance in long run, with minimal investment. For budget gamers, it’s hard to find a perfect gaming mouse under their budget. As a budget gamer, I look forward to buying quality products at less rate. With the same motive, I bought the “Logitech G102 Light Sync Gaming Mouse.”

Logitech G102 Light Sync features:

  • 8K DPI
  • 6 Programmable Buttons
  • Customizable RGB Lighting
  • Gaming-Grade Sensor
  • Weighs 89 grams
  • Costs ₹1599
Logitech G102 Gaming Mouse
Source: Logitech

The mouse has come in two colour variants, black and white. I was willing to get the white one but it was not available. Along with that, you get RGB lighting sync at the surrounding along with RGB light logo. You can customize the pattern and colour with Logitech G Hub Software. 

Morever, you will be getting six customizable buttons, which includes two thumb buttons and one in the middle for DPI shifting. You are getting 8000 DPI sensor, and you can customize the same in the Logitech G Hub. It weighs 89 gram, which isn’t that heavy for me. 

Personal Experience:

I have been using it for over 2-3 weeks, and initially, I found it comfortable in my hand. My palms are a bit large, due to which some mouses feel small and uncomfortable. Moreover, if you are in a similar situation, I believe this mouse will be a good bet for you. You are getting a classic grip shape with the mouse.

After playing different games over a few weeks, I am nearly satisfied with the product considering it’s the price. The clicks are satisfying with great accuracy. The build quality is perfect, whereas the wire quality is on an average side. 

If you are looking forward to buying a budget gaming mouse, I will recommend Logitech G102 Light Sync Gaming Mouse. There are other options too if you don’t want to go with Logitech. You can opt for Corsair Harpoon Mouse, which comes at the same price. 


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