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My mouses right button kept double clicking. This makes it really hard to play minecraft. It was a cheap logitech mouse from a wireless keyboard/mouse combo. So I went to the store to find a new one. Almost all the wireless mice were gone. Apparently WFH people hit walmart. I didn't want another single wireless mouse. This would mean I need the adapter for the keyboard (for keyboard mouse combo) and the new mouse plugged in. My computer is a laptop so there are not a lot of those slots. So I looked for a bluetooth mouse. Only one there and it was a sucky Razer. I have not liked Razer since they required people to register their software with an account before using their drivers. This really made me avoid this brand like the plague. So I finally settled on a wired gaming mouse. It has a nice long 6ft cord so it works with my setup. It is a G502 Hero. It works really nicely without drivers. I will be testing with drivers tonight. I usually buy el cheapo mice so this is new to me. So far so good.18
A while back I got me a sweet Logitech G502 Hero mouse. Usually in the past I was good with a cheapo wireless mouse. Then I started running into an issue a couple of weeks in. The left mouse click started double clicking on its own. I ended up replacing that mouse with a new one. Now I wonder if my mouse is starting to do it again (another 2 weeks). So I took a quick gander if other people are having this issue:
Seriously Logitech WTF? Its been a year and you don't have this solved? I have always used Logitech and the moment I up-buy I get their shit? It is weird as this doesn't affect the G502, just the G502 Hero.
So I will see if my new one goes this route, but Logitech better step up on this one if it does. I am wondering if I should get a different model.5