The recommended retail price (RRP) is S$249, but usually, you can get it for S$199, so S$188 is the lowest price I have seen so far for this mouse.
There are three variants for Logitech G502 gaming mouse which is quite confusing. G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse, G502 Hero High Performance Gaming Mouse, and G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse.
I was contemplating between this and the Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse.
Despite being more expensive, I went with the G502 Lightspeed because it is designed for right-handed users only, and it has a higher DPI range with better battery life.
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse was released back in May 2019, and it weighs 114g. To allow you to customized the weight of the mouse, it comes with four 2g and two 4g (total 16g) optional weights.
The mouse has a 1ms report rate and supports a maximum of 16,000 DPI.
Recharging the battery is done by the mouse’s micro USB port. I am not sure why Logitech doesn’t opt for USB-C. A full charge can last you up to 60 hours if the lighting is disabled (48 hours if the lighting is enabled).