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I am trying to return back to gaming after a 3 year break. My kids asked me to play again, so I am. I purchased the Xim Apex already and I still have my Sony Nav. I have my old G602 mouse but I'm looking to upgrade it. I am looking at the G502 Hero, G502 Lightspeed and the G903 Lightspeed. I am trying to see what some Xim Apex players that have used one or all of my options think is the better mouse. Thank you in advance.
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Anything with the HERO sensor is nice with the XIM

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Anything with the HERO sensor is nice with the XIM

Thank you. G903 it is.
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Anything with the HERO sensor is nice with the XIM


After reading reviews,  I'm going to go with the G502 Lightspeed.
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After reading reviews,  I'm going to go with the G502 Lightspeed.

Very popular XIM mouse  ;) Did try it myself but it was way too heavy and chunky for my liking, the lighter the better. Using the G305 alongside my Nav, got a G Pro Wireless Superlight just waiting to be used but I'm waiting for my Azeron so I can actually have enough buttons to use it.

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I've got the G502 lightspeed and the G Pro Superlight. I would say there are positives for both. G502 has more buttons and is very comfy in the hand (although a little heavy). The Superlight has minimal buttons but is so light and my aim is definitely quickly and more accurate. At the moment I play with the superlight and I am just having to get used to the lack of buttons on it.

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Consider buying a third party warranty if you can within 30 days or purchase. They can be a few dollars more and can make refunds for simple devices like a mouse faster when or if the button switches fail.
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Consider buying a third party warranty if you can within 30 days or purchase. They can be a few dollars more and can make refunds for simple devices like a mouse faster when or if the button switches fail.


Thank you. I purchased a 4 year warranty.
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After reading reviews,  I'm going to go with the G502 Lightspeed.

Very popular XIM mouse  ;) Did try it myself but it was way too heavy and chunky for my liking, the lighter the better. Using the G305 alongside my Nav, got a G Pro Wireless Superlight just waiting to be used but I'm waiting for my Azeron so I can actually have enough buttons to use it.

Thank you
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I've got the G502 lightspeed and the G Pro Superlight. I would say there are positives for both. G502 has more buttons and is very comfy in the hand (although a little heavy). The Superlight has minimal buttons but is so light and my aim is definitely quickly and more accurate. At the moment I play with the superlight and I am just having to get used to the lack of buttons on it.

Thank you
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