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4,0 su 5 stelle An (almost) perfect switch for G602 users
Recensito nel Regno Unito 🇬🇧 il 14 dicembre 2019
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4,0 su 5 stelle An (almost) perfect switch for G602 users
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Update November 2021: double click issues finally encountered at the 22 months mark, granted of particularly heavy use. Why am I leaving it as 4 stars? It's otherwise been ideal, and have now bought a replacement of the same model since it's suited my needs better than the Razer Naga Pro.

As a replacement for a G602, the size and layout makes for an easy transition - the only striking differences on first use are the reduced weight (roughly 135g compared to the G602's approximate 155g, all due to the newer mouse only using a single AA battery), and the 'clicky' all-plastic scrollwheel (the G602 had a fairly smooth scroll and a slightly rubberised scrollwheel). The latter's the only thing that's proven to be a downside thus far - whilst you can switch between the 'clicky' scroll and a free-scroll, the wheel looks a bit cheap and, worse still, feels the same.

Dimension comparison:
G602: 83 x 139 x 44mm
G604: 80 x 130 x 45mm

The main difference is length, but this is largely down to the oversized right-hand button on the G602 which overhangs the rest of the design. I've attached a couple of comparison photos beside the older model.

Software forces you onto the new Logitech G-Hub, although it seems to be better handled to manage multi-key shortcuts being assigned to the. All bar two of the buttons can be reassigned, sensor can be switched from 100 – 16,000 DPI. Customisation, sensitivity and comfort are the key sellers for me, and this ticks the boxes.

My only concern is Logitech's susceptibility to the infamous double-click faults, previously due to use of cheap switches (a reasonably simple fix in the G602, but still something you don't want to be doing at all when spending a decent amount on a new mouse). It's very early days for mine, but given my relatively heavy-usage I'll update this review and score if this fault was to crop up, as it has on my last three 602s.

Gripes with the low quality scroll-wheel aside, if you found the G602 the right shape, size and feel, it's a natural switch to the G604. If they come out with a G604A with a better scroll-wheel though, I'm going to be first to swap.

nb. I picked up the 'Eastern European Packaging' version listed on Amazon - the only difference between it and the West European version seemingly being that the warning label on the single Duracell battery has the 'not for resale' warning printed in a different language. Box and included leaflets all include English variants of any text. At the time of writing, for a difference of ~£32 (I paid £53, compared to the £85 being asked for the other version), which one to go for is a no brainer unless you desperately need next-day delivery (mine took three, shipping to the UK from Germany).
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5,0 su 5 stelle True Hands on Keyboard-And-Mouse (HOKAM) Gaming Experience
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Decided to upgrade to G604 from G700s (owned 3 of them). At the moment I am happy with the upgrade. First of all, technical specifications of G604:

- Sensor: Logitech HERO 16, Optical, 100 – 16,000 DPI, adjustable with steps of 50
- Image processing: 12 megapixels / second.
- Maximum acceleration: 40 G
- Maximum speed: 400 inches / second
- USB Receiver report rate: 125 - 1000 reports / second
- Various battery consumption modes: Yes
- Buttons: 15 programmable
- Weight: 141 grams = 114 grams mouse + 27 grams battery
- Left/Right button: OMRON D2FC-F-7N(G) Micro Switch.
- WxHxD: 80mm x 45mm x 130mm

Build Quality:

My previous Logitech mice models lasted for 2 years on average. It is clear that Logitech made a mistake by using low quality hardware components for main buttons in G604, which is the core part of the mouse. I am on my 3rd G604 mouse, because buttons are developing double click issue:

2020-05-28 – 1st mouse. Developed double click issue after 2 months.
2020-07-26 – 2nd mouse. Developed double click issue after 12 months.
2021-09-24 – 3rd mouse. Let’s see how long it will last.

I am still using G604 model, because its design is excellent and Logitech comply with 2-Year warranty commitment.

G604, when compared with old G700s:

Have 2 extra buttons, double DPI, 240% faster tracking speed. Can handle 25% times faster acceleration and weights 11 grams less. Sensor, on the bottom of the mouse, was moved backwards i.e. further from fingertips, but closer to the mouse's centre of gravity. Battery lasts 22 times longer i.e. up to 240 hours of non-stop gaming. Battery access is much easier and can be replaces with one hand.

This mouse doesn’t have cable i.e. can’t charge battery inside and includes non-rechargeable AA battery. This means that you have to spend on rechargeable batteries and charger.

AA Battery:

- Panasonic Eneloop 1900 mAh rechargeable batteries. Fully charged battery, lasts about 36 days in USB receiver mode. I’ve used it daily for work and for gaming during weekends. I am considering switch to Duracel 2500 mAh, which would give me 32% extra time without replacement. Note: You should keep USB receiver closer to your mouse in order to reduce power usage.

USB Battery Charger:

- Sanyo NC-MDU01 USB charger. Very small charger, which can charge 1 or 2 USB batteries at the time. Charger gives ability to change battery in 2-3 seconds during the game.

Note: I’ve tried Panasonic BQ-CC80 USB charger but it has major disadvantages, like inability to charge 1 battery at the time, charging speed is 4 times slower than Sanyo NC-MDU01. Panasonic also twice as large as Sanyo and makes extraction of a battery with one hand a little bit harder due to its design. Another compact alternative is Universal Magnetic USB Battery Charger from Olight on Amazon, but I haven’t tried it.

This mouse has all what it needs to make it the best gaming mouse now:

Pros:

1. Comfortable ergonomic grip with robust build quality and individually sculpted buttons.
2. Mouse has thumb rest.
3. Good button layout, allowing easy access to main buttons.
4. Grip feels rubberized and smooth.
5. 4-Way (up/down, plus 2 extra side buttons), dual-mode mouse wheel.
6. Extremely responsive (Up to 1000Hz) in wireless mode.
7. Uses a standard AA rechargeable battery.
8. All buttons are fully programmable and can be saved as profiles to on-board memory. You can create even more complex scripts when combined with "Logitech G HUB” software.
9. Ideal for MMORPGs.
10. You can connect mouse to 2nd device or PC via Bluetooth.

Cons:

1. Minor: Mouse don’t have cable connection and can’t charge the battery. Good thing that it lasts much longer than G700s model.
2. Minor: No dedicated profile switch button on the bottom of the mouse (like on Razer Mamba).
3. Major: Logitech software like G-HUB and Logitech Options is prime example of incompetence i.e. buggy and irrational navigation. It is like hardware department hired people based on merit and software department is full of beginners who have no clue.

Extra mouse buttons and "true gaming mouse":

Proper gaming mouse, like HOTAS Joystick, allows you to keep left hand on movement keys (W,A,S,D,SHIFT,SPACE) at all times, while performing most basic FPS functions (shoot, aim down sight, throw grenade, melee attack, crouch, prone, draw side gun, ...). This requires more than 5 mouse buttons. True gaming mouse must have at least same amount of action buttons as a standard gaming controller which is 14 (A, B, C, D, LS, RS, LT, RT, LB, RB, D-PAD Up, D-PAD Right, D-PAD Down, D-PAD Left). Logitech G604, with 15 programmable buttons, comes very close to perfection. Extra buttons are exactly what makes mouse a "gaming mouse", because extra buttons give advantage over other players. Of course, higher DPI, faster pool rate, memory profiles and scripting are important features of a "true gaming mouse" too :).

There is a room for improvements and new features:

- Top-left side buttons could be higher and more sculpted, which would separate them better from the main Left mouse button and accident clicks of it.
- 2 Extra buttons could be added on the top right side.
- Analog buttons (sliders) could be added with support of pulse-duration modulation (PDM) key macro, which could turn G604 into a game controller replacement :).

HOKAM:

For example, I’ve used this sequence very frequently in Battlefield when trying to resurrect friendly: With my left hand: I was running ('SHIFT') forward ('W'), while strafing to left ('A') and right ('D'). At the same time, with my right hand, I selected, charged defibrillators and resurrected friendly ('G7'), dropped medical kit (SCROLL-LEFT) took out main weapon ('G8') or side arm ('G5'), zoomed ('RIGHT-MOUSE') and was shooting ('LEFT-MOUSE') at enemy in order to provide cover for resurrected soldier, then immediately crouched ('G9') or laid down ('G6') into cover myself. With G604 I can do it in a flash with ease, while constantly moving at the same time, because G604 is a real gaming mouse. Any mouse with 5 or less buttons will force you to use keyboard to perform extra actions. It means that in game character will stop moving, which makes you and easier target for the enemy. Mouse with 14 and more buttons can be called HOKAM (Hands on Keyboard-And-Mouse).

DPI and muscle memory:

It is important to make sure that mouse sensitivity in Windows is the same as in the Game, because it allows you to move windows cursor to a specific location or move in-game target onto the enemy without conscious effort. You must to make sure that mouse movement on the desk mirrors the movement on the screen. In Windows, to enable that:

a) Open Control Panel -> Mouse -> [Pointer Options] tab and…
c) Uncheck “Enhance pointer precision" in "Motion" group.

DPI higher than 6400 is mostly a marketing gimmick, because many games does not support DPI higher than 3200. I prefer low sensitivity settings and use 10.8 inches swipe on the mouse pad to turn 360 degrees in the game. Sensitivity of 1600 DPI is most convenient for me:

1. Most games allow to set 360° Turn = 10.8"
2. With 80° in-game Field on View (FOV) and 1920-pixel wide monitor it allows me to shift in-game world with 1/2-pixel precision exactly. This gives two advantages in FPS games:
a) Partly removes "pixel snapping" effect and results in smooth and high quality precision movement when sniping far away targets, which occupies 1-2 pixels on the screen.
b) Removes the need to use medium or long-range scopes in FPS games when using high precision weapons, when aiming at far away targets, because "pixel snapping" is no longer screws precision and forces you to miss.

In Windows, I have to:
a) Open Control Panel -> Mouse -> [Pointer Options] tab and…
b) Select a pointer speed, in "Motion" group, at marker 3 (11 markers: from 0 to 10)

In game, I have to use mouse-sensitivity .com website to convert distance (10.8") and mouse DPI (1600) into in-game sensitivity value.

Button mappings:

Windows do not support more than five mouse buttons, so, you have to assign keyboard keys to them in order to use them in games.

Mapping Option (Simple)

You can assign just most popular keyboard keys (1,2,3,4,Z,C,F,Q,H,G) with "Logitech G Hub" software. Configuration in most FPS games would look and work like this:

Main Buttons:
G1 – M1 – Fire.
G2 – M2 – Aim down sight (ADS).
G3 – M3 – Alternative Fire.
Thumb Buttons:
G4 – 1 – Side weapon.
G5 – 2 – Main weapon.
G6 – Z – Stealth mode. Prone. Dodge roll if SPACE is jump.
G7 – 3 – Close-quarters combat (CQC) weapon.
G8 – 4 – Long-range, heavy weapon.
G9 – C – Stealth mode. Crouch.
Top Buttons:
G10 (+) – F – Melee.
G11 (-) – Q – Spot / Command Interface.
G12 (<) – H – Scroll Left – Use Defensive Item (Med-Kit, Supply Box, …).
G13 (>) – G – Scroll Right – Use Offensive Item (i.e. Grenade, C4, …).
G14 (^) – Scroll Up – Next Weapon.
G15 (v) – Scroll Down – Previous Weapon.

Mapping Option (Advanced):

This option allows to assign up to 3 different keyboard keys to one mouse button. Such configuration allows you to keep your Hands-on Keyboard-And-Mouse (HOKAM) at all times. First: Assign physically hidden function keys F13-F24 of keyboard, because they are usually free to map in all games: G4=F14… G9=F19… G13=F23. Second: Use "AutoHotKey" open-source app to create combos, which will make one function key to act like 3 keys, depending on how you press it (SINGLE - Single click. DOUBLE: Double click. HOLD: Click and hold for 500ms).

Keyboard (Left Hand):

AWSD – Move: Left, Forward, Backward, Right
SHIFT – Run Mode
SPACE – Jump

Mouse Buttons (Right Hand):

M1 – Fire.
M2 – SINGLE HOLD: Aim down sight (ADS). DOUBLE HOLD: Scope.
M3 – Alternative fire.
Thumb Buttons:
G4 – 1/5/9 – Side weapon. SINGLE: Pistol. DOUBLE: Shorty. HOLD: Select Item 1.
G5 – 2/6/0 – Main weapon. SINGLE: Assault Rifle. DOUBLE: LMG. HOLD: Select Item 2.
G7 – 3/7 – Close-quarters combat weapon. SINGLE: Shotgun. DOUBLE: SMG.
G8 – 4/8 – Long-range, heavy weapon. SINGLE: Sniper. DOUBLE: Rocket.
G9 – C/P – Stealth mode. SINGLE: Crouch. HOLD: Prone.
Top Buttons:
G10 (+) – F – Melee. SINGLE: Kick. DOUBLE: Kill. HOLD: Incapacitate.
G11 (-) – Q – Command Interface. SINGLE: Spot. DOUBLE: Target. HOLD: Menu.
G12 (<) – H – Scroll Left – Use Defence Item (Med-Kit, Supply Box). CLICK: Drop. DOUBLE: Heal. HOLD: Revive.
G13 (>) – G – Scroll Right – Use Offence Item (Grenade, C4). SINGLE: Throw. HOLD: Aim.
G14 (^) – Scroll Up – Next Weapon.
G15 (v) – Scroll Down – Previous Weapon.

"AutoHotKey" script example:

- Aim with the normal sight when you "mouse-right-click and hold" or aim with sniper scope if you "double-mouse-right-click + hold".
- Assign 3 different keys to G4 button: Single Click - 1, Double Click - 5, Hold - 9:

; -------------------------------------------------------------
G4s := "1", G4d := "5", G4h := "9" ; F14
; -------------------------------------------------------------
#UseHook, On
HoldTime := "T0.5"
DoubleTime := "T0.2"
DblClickTime := DllCall("GetDoubleClickTime", "UInt")
; -------------------------------------------------------------
; G2 / M2 - Aim.
; SINGLE HOLD: ADS, RDS or Iron. DOUBLE HOLD: Scope.
; -------------------------------------------------------------
RButton::
MouseClick,right,,,,,D
If (G2h != "") and (A_TimeSincePriorHotkey < DblClickTime) and (A_TimeSincePriorHotkey <> -1)
{
MouseClick,right,,,,,U
; Scope / Double Click
Send {CTRL down}
keywait %A_ThisHotkey%
Send {CTRL up}
}else{
keywait %A_ThisHotkey%
MouseClick,right,,,,,U
}
Return
; -------------------------------------------------------------
; G4 / F14 - Side weapons.
; SINGLE: Pistol. DOUBLE: Shorty. HOLD: Select Item 1.
; -------------------------------------------------------------
F14::
If (A_TimeSincePriorHotkey > DblClickTime)
global G4 := ""
keywait, %A_ThisHotkey%, %HoldTime%
if (errorlevel = 1) {
Send {%G4h%} ; Hold
global G4 := "H"
return
}
keywait, %A_ThisHotkey%, d, %DoubleTime%
if (errorlevel = 0) {
Send {%G4d%} ; Double
global G4 := "D"
return
}
if (G4 != "H") {
Send {%G4s%}
global G4 := "S"
}
return
; -------------------------------------------------------------
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4,0 su 5 stelle Excellent mouse with some quality traded-off for added features compared to the G602.
Recensito nel Regno Unito 🇬🇧 il 29 luglio 2022
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4,0 su 5 stelle Excellent mouse with some quality traded-off for added features compared to the G602.
Recensito nel Regno Unito 🇬🇧 il 29 luglio 2022
I like Logitech peripherals because of their quality-to-functionality ratio. Not every product is perfect, and so we have pros and cons, but overall this mouse has been worth the money and while not fully meeting my specific expectations it does a great effort trying. I use this mouse for everyday productivity and for gaming: productivity-wise my complaints petered out with familiarisation of the new software; it has improved my gaming experience to some degree so it has been beneficial, but not as ideal as I'd wished, ultimately.

For context, this G604 was an 'upgrade' from my G602 (which, despite all of the common complaints, has been going strong for years now and still is), but in reality this mouse is a sidegrade to that model.

In terms of control, the sensors are in fact different (HERO in this G604 compared to the Delta Zero sensor in the G604) but the control feels the same to me on 1080p, maybe at higher resolutions this would make a bigger difference but for my cases they handle like the same mouse in terms of precision. If anything, I feel as if the skates on the G604 just aren't as good as the ones on the G602, if anything interrupts flow of movement then it's them: not in a troublesome way, but in a way relative to how its predecessor handles.

Unfortunately one can no longer purchase the G602 from Logitech or suppliers as it is discontinued, so you're lucky to be able to snap one up these days, and so that makes this the next best thing. And, really, it's no worse, just not exactly so much better as you'd expect the next generation to be.

These two side by side is what really highlights the difference in build quality. The 602, for starters, just looks more substantial and robust, whereas this one, the 604 looks just as plastic as it feels -- even the joins between the segments aren't perfectly flush, letting light through so you can see gaps. This also extends to how it feels to the touch, but doesn't translate to it being hollow or unsteady to hold, it's actually remarkably sturdy under the grip of a palm or claw. I don't mind that it's pretty much all plastic, makes it lighter for better movement, it could just look more sleek. The only metal part is the scroll wheel, which I find odd given the makeup of the rest of the mouse, and does add weight, but the weight is probably the point here (to aid in the infinite scroll mechanism, allowing it to be slung and proceed somewhat under its own weight). The shape and weight of the overall mouse is the same.

The battery life on this model is just as brilliant. Had the single battery that came with it in since I bought it and there's still life in it yet, and that's at the highest polling rate.

Upgrades on the G604 to the G602:

-- Extra buttons, you can side-click the scroll wheel, equaling 2 more programmable buttons
-- Unlockable scroll wheel: a switch unlocks the scroll wheel allowing for fast spinning 'infinite scrolling', hitting the switch again locks it back into 'notched' mode (not perfect, but better)
-- Side buttons reshaped: the 6 side buttons all in the same place, but the panel has been slightly reshaped along with the buttons housed within it, they are now equally sized, no obstructive parts, and activation is more obvious, making them more ergonomic.
-- Lightspeed+Bluetooth switching: unlike the G602, this G604 can connect via Lightspeed using the dongle and connect via Bluetooth without a need for the dongle. This allows quick switching between devices by having a computer connected through each method, and the press of a button switches modes.

I wanted the scroll wheel to be better than it is. I was hoping for a stiffer notched scroll click, making it harder to repeat button presses when the wheel is in locked mode, but although it is held back, it's not held back enough to prevent that extra little bit of overspin resulting in another button press. The infinite scroll feature works perfectly and as expected, I only wish the locked mode was more locked.

Downgrades on G604 to G602:

-- Skates aren't as good: the G602 had what I would describe as 'pads' for skates, they flowed with the underside of the mouse and gave it a discrete lift; this mouse, the G604, has just angled chunks of plastic aligned on every side, the chassis 'envelops' them so it has lips surrounding each skate, giving it what looks like a high and unelegant lift. It doesn't move quite as perfectly as its predecessor.
-- No quick switch for performance/economy modes: the G602 allowed you to flip a switch to instantly change the polling rate of the mouse, allowing to either save battery or make every movement count as you wished; they have simply removed this button/feature. You can still change the polling rate in within the software.

The software:

The software is GHub. This is the successor to LGS (Logitech Gaming Software) and if you're used to LGS then you will instantly hate the new GHub. In fact, even if you've never before used LGS, you will still probably instantly hate the GHub software, especially when you Google for solutions to problems and most of the content that comes up is entire rants about just how terribly awfully broken and inhumanely irritating this piece of software is to use.

It's not as bad as all of that. It's as clunky to use and get to know as most hardware manufacturer's software is: none of them make very good supporting software for their products. It's really a matter of learning curve, as it's not the most intuitive app to work with, but it does work and do all that it needs to do once I've gotten used to it.
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Jason
1,0 su 5 stelle Would be a fantastic mouse except for..
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