G602 for work uses two AA batteries and in Performance mode for greater precision when playing can withstand up to 250 hours. Switching in Endurance mode for everyday use G602 provides up to 1,440 hours of operation with a pair of batteries. Built-in optical sensor has a resolution of 2,500 dpi and the company's technology Delta Zero for greater accuracy, while the dpi value can be adjusted during gameplay by pressing the dedicated key, starting at 250 dpi.
The mouse has a total of 11 programmable buttons whose actions in detail can be adjusted within the Logitech Gaming Software. Despite the wireless connection G602 has a response time of 2 milliseconds, improved ergonomic design, solid craftsmanship and Teflon feet. The mouse will go on sale next month at a price of $80.