Color: Black. Movement Detection Technology: Optical. Brand: Redragon. Recommended Uses For Product: Gaming. Connectivity Technology: USB. Date First Available: September 25, 2015. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Best Sellers Rank: #145 in Video Games. Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 23,718 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars. Item model number: M602. ASIN: B011HMDZ0Q. Manufacturer: Redragon. Item Weight: 4.6 ounces. Product Dimensions: 4.92 x 2.87 x 1.57 inches.
Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse RGB Spectrum Backlit Ergonomic Mouse Griffin Programmable with 7 Backlight Modes up to 7200 DPI for Windows PC Gamers (Black)
WIRED GAMING MOUSE; built for Gaming Computers – Ergonomic Redragon M602-RGB “Griffin” RGB Backlit Gaming PC Mouse up to 7200 DPI (user adjustable 800/1200/1600/2400/7200 DPI), 10G acceleration. The High-Precision Sensor delivers Pinpoint Accuracy while the Gaming Grade Micro Switches ensure longevity, greater durability and extreme responsiveness, giving you an even greater edge over your competition
RGB BACKLIT MMO PROGRAMMABLE PC GAMING MOUSE; 7 MMO user programmable buttons, 5 Memory Profiles each with distinct LED color option for quick identification. 7 different backlight modes. (Backlight can be disabled) The Redragon M602-RGB Gaming Mouse offers you total personalization for your Gaming Computer and Gaming Laptop
ERGONOMIC GAMER MOUSE; Delivering an extremely comfortable and precise experience for Computer Games. The ergonomic shape of the Redragon M602-RGB PC Gaming Mouse is built for comfort, fits naturally in your hand, the buttons are tuned to reduce click fatigue
HIGH-END PC GAMING MOUSE FEATURES; The Redragon M602-RGB Mouse features; Built-in Weight Tuning for the right balance, Anti-Skid Scroll Wheel, Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 7 programmable buttons. Total 8 buttons. The Mouse works great with Redragon Gaming Mousepads & Keyboards. Comes with 6 foot, 3mm strong high-speed braided fiber cable and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection
PC GAMING MOUSE COMPATIBILITY: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, Limited Mac OS support Works well with all major Gaming Computers Brands and Gaming Laptops
Julieann Ross –
This mouse is awesome! It is actually way better than I thought it would be given the price but It has so far proved me wrong. The lighting effect is really cool and this mouse is super easy to use. I had a wireless mouse before this one and all it ever did was drive me crazy but now, with wired mouse I can easily get work or gaming done with zero aggravation even though I am tethered to a cord it doesn’t feel like I am. The cord is nicely wrapped in red and black and is long enough to go anywhere you could need it in my opinion. It glides smoothly over my mouse pad and desk just the same and it fits really nice in my hand as well as other in my household (Large man and Small teenage girl) I do find that sometimes the buttons on the are easily hit, however that could be just because I am not really accustomed to using a gaming mouse with the extra buttons, no big deal though cause I’ll get use to it. It arrived real fast and was in a very lovely plastic case with moulded insert to have a nice snug fit in it’s box. If I had to do it all over again, I’d still buy this one hands down cause it’s wired, color change
Bottom Line: I am very impressed by this mouse ESPECIALLY considering I paid so little for it. I bought this mouse about 9 months ago because I was using the standard mouse that Lenovo gave me to game… ICK yes I know. I game enough to care about getting good quality items but I’m also at the point in my life that spending a lot of money on something like a gaming mouse is absurd. I can honestly say I wouldn’t trade this mouse for a $50 mouse if you gave it to me for free. It has very good weight, the DPI setting button is very convenient to use as well as the color select (if you’re into colors, there are plenty). Additionally I love the very simple extra 2 buttons above the thumb for a push to talk so that I don’t have to change my left hand position. However, if you don’t want to use these buttons you wont even know they’re there as they sit just above the thumb. People who may not like this: 1) If you want a mouse with a lot of built in grip. The sides are very comfy and SMOOTH, if you love rubber grip this isn’t for you. 2) If you need a lot of bells and whistles and 2 additional buttons isn’t enough for you 3) If you THINK you NEED more than 3000 DPI… I use this on many FPSs with top DPI and low game sensitivity… works perfect
L. H. –
First off, for the price, this is a 5-star product across the board. I have purchased plenty of $50 mice and they just didn’t last. The mouse buttons always gave out, and two or three years later I’d be shopping for a new one. The Redragon ones are remarkably cheap in price, but are lasting great and look pretty cool. I’ve previously purchased a few Centrophorus (M601), and when one got busted a few weeks back I went to order a new one and saw the Griffin (M602) for a few dollars more and decided to give it a shot. No software is needed to control the lights. There’s a list in the booklet for how many presses to access various color settings, so that’s super easy and I love not needing to install more bloatware on my computer. If yours came default to the “reactive” setting like mine did, never fear! There’s much more soothing options. That said, it seems a little odd to have two buttons front and center for things like dpi and color. Once I’ve picked my comfort setting it’s not something I plan to change often, and recessed buttons or perhaps interior ones would make the mouse more streamlined. The 602 has a very smooth, faintly grippy surface texture, and is far more ergonomic than the 601 with its bumpy texture. I’m not completely sure which texture I prefer, but possibly the 602. I am not personally using the 602 however, my husband is, because the ergonomic shape isn’t designed for someone with really small hands and becomes counterproductive at that point. My old 601 works better for me. I believe he prefers the 602, so it’s all working out. My only actual complaint about this mouse is that the lights inside aren’t 100% covered. When it’s being used from some angles I can see through tiny cracks next to the frosted plastic directly in and catch the glare of an uncovered LED, which was never an issue with the 601.
Just ordered a second one of this model after owning my first one for a year now. I have a cat that particularly loves destroying my mouse cords. Irony aside, I think it’s a jealously thing. My original purchase of this was to be a cheaper replacement for my Razr Naga which costs 4x the price, yet this mouse was barely a step down – only lacking the macro keys but gaining the full RGB lights instead of just the only green that old Razr model had. The RGB on this mouse is pretty good, good enough that I like to keep it on the flowing rainbow setting to match my similar effect on the Red Dragon mechanical macro keyboard that I bought a few months after this mouse because I was impressed with the brand quality. Ergonomically it’s great. Perfectly shaped large enough that you won’t get hand cramps if using the device for extended periods of time. It handles with enough accuracy for 99.99% of people and only tournament ranking professionals would have reason to complain. My only negative point on this mouse is that multiple buttons are too easy to press on accident. It shouldn’t be much of an issue for most people, but the side buttons stick out quite far, and it’s very easy to press those back/forward buttons when first moving your hand onto the device. But once you’ve got a grip on it, that stops being a problem and instead a possible benefit, as those 2 side buttons are very easy to press when you want to. The top buttons that control the RGB and DPI suffer from much the same issue. Very easy to accidentally touch them and change the settings accidently. Yet once you hand is on the device, they’re not in the way and you’re unlikely to accidentally press either button. Build quality it’s solid, and amazing for the price. It’s notably not as well built as the $80 Razr mouse that I replaced with it, but the difference is small enough that I’d even consider them to be solidly in the same range of mid-cost device. As a side complaint, I’m annoyed that both of the aforementioned pointing devices, especially the $80 Razr one, do not have detachable and replaceable USB cords. I shouldn’t have to buy a new device entirely just because the cord is damaged, yet a majority of mice on the market do not have swappable cords. Red Dragon definitely gets a pass on their purposefully cost-cutting design, but it’s much more annoying on a luxury like the Naga.
This mouse is AWESOME! hands down the best Ive used yet and I’ve been gaming for quite a few years. First thing you notice is that the mouse is bigger than it looks in the pictures which I love! I’m 6ft 3 so little light plastic things don’t work well for my longer fingers. The mouse is defininatly much more ergonomic this way, and the decent weight is nice too. Makes it smoother, and feel proffessuonal. Not cheapy at all like other mice It’s not too big and heavy either.. it’s meant for gaming so it is very smooth and fast and VERY responsive. A cable mouse/keyboard will always be faster and more responsive than any cordless, and this one is solid. You can adjust the sensativity with an easy click on the mouse whenever you need it. Using the mouse, it’s like your hand just hugs the whole mouse. It’s also a beautiful and cool looking design, and the rainbow colors are so sick too. I got a gaming keyboard right after I purchased this one by the same company to match. Also corded. Very good product here. I Definatly recommend it.
K. J. Longwell –
I’m not changing my 5 star review, I don’t hate it. I’ve had a wireless mouse, or two or three, for a while now and got use to them being smaller and smaller. Recently, it didn’t matter what I bought, the wireless mouse would cut out as if it weren’t getting a good connection to the universal usb and that’s an issue in gameplay or digital artistry when your mouse all of a sudden comes to a complete stop, doesn’t move with your hand or just jumps to the other side of the screen. I wanted a corded mouse again. Something reliable. I love that this one has a braided cord. I do wish it were longer but that’s simply because of my personal set up. I bought two because my husband had the same issues, and he likes his but hates the rubbery feel of the wheel. Personally, I love it and the click you feel as you scroll. I dislike only one real thing and that’s the feeling of the mouse itself. The soft material they use does feel velvety to the touch, which is okay but sometimes but other times it feels like when you have too much lotion on and you have to pull your hand back and wipe it on your jeans. I love the color changes and the buttons all work perfectly. Really, the gripes I have are minimal and I’ll get use to it over time. I do recommend it for the cost.
Christian Pinckard –
TLDR; Great budget mouse, several rgb settings and solid build quality. This mouse is replacing my old Razer Deathadder, had it for about 6-7 years so this mouse was definitely up against some competition. Turns out it’s just as heavy as my old deathadder, but the finger rest grips on the right side hold my hand much better than my previous mouse did. It really depends on your hand size, I’ve seen others complain of the mouse being just a little too big, or just a tad too small. Luckily there’s a warranty if something like that occurs. Overall this mouse is extremely solid especially for the price, there’s two great side buttons and a grip on both sides of the mouse. There’s multiple rgb settings, and several dpi presets to scroll through.
Corrupted Samus –
A great mouse and much better than the old Redragon M601 I was using. The M601 developed a double-click issue and sometimes wouldn’t register a click at all. This new mouse doesn’t have that issue and it wasn’t even all that expensive. I even prefer this to the Logitech G502, seeing as the braided cable is much tighter and doesn’t fray if you so much as sneeze on it (it’s also half the price). It also fits my hand much better, thanks to the indentations for the ring and pinky fingers. I kid you not, I’ve went through 4 G502s in the span of about 3 months, all because of the low-quality-cable braiding. It’s not like I was rough on them; the G502s would just eventually fail to work and wouldn’t even let my PC boot with them plugged in. I finally said screw Logitech and went back to Redragon since, besides the clicking issues, I hadn’t had any cable problems from my Redragon M601. The software to customize the RGB and DPI didn’t seem to work for me until I hit “Apply”, “Ok”, and then rebooted. After that, it worked great. Overall, for just under $25, it’s a great budget mouse that doesn’t really feel budget.
This is a good mouse! It isn’t a quiet mouse though (if this will be a problem for you) but it’s not obnoxious. But I’ve had this for a few months now and I like it! I love that it fits with my aesthetic theme of my desk with their cool dragon logo. Apart from that, this mouse is responsive and all buttons work and so do the RGB settings. I just wish it felt higher quality. It honestly feels like a $10 mouse and my previous mouse was $10 and much better quality than this. 🤷♀️ RGB setup: To get the software, go here: Redragonshop.com/pages/software Download the software located in the Mouse category labeled “M602” and proceed. The software is pretty odd and it might not work right away so just be patient but you’ll be able to pick any color you’d like! Just mess with the settings. For mapping, I haven’t messed with that but either way, I bet it’ll be the same as fiddling with the RGB settings.
I bought the white color and it came perfectly! My partner and I only use Reddragon mouses (probably for 5+ yrs now) so we always come back if we need another one. The only reason why I bought a new one is because the scroll wheel on my old one (the black Reddragon centrophorus) was wearing off and required a lot of additional force to make the scroll wheel register on the computer. I hope they fixed this problem with the Reddragon Griffin because these mouses do last a long time. I bought my black Reddragon Centrophorus 3 years ago for reference. Differences between Centrophorus and Griffin – Material: Cent. Has a rough texture similar to gravel which helps with my grip. Griffin is a smooth white plastic all around with raised white prints on the side assuming to aid in grip as well. – Size: As shown in my pictures Cent. is smaller, it fitted in my hand nicely enough to where I could hold the whole mouse and have my wrist on the table at the same time (you shouldn’t do this for a long time tho cuz it can strain your tendons!!). Griffin is wider and longer than Cent. I don’t have a preference, just wanted to point it out. – Color way: Cent. was usually offered in black/red with a matching cable and only red LEDs. Griffin is white w/ a black cable and rotating red/orange/pink/green/blue/purple LEDs that with settings to change the patterns on the mouse buttons itself. – Price: Cent. Was $13-15 when I bought it 3 yrs ago which was a bang for my buck as a broke college student. With the down side of the deteriorating mouse wheel which is the bane of its retirement for my setup… Griffin is pretty much double the price at $24 but I believe it’s worth it, if the scroll wheel lasts forever that is. TLDR: Griffin is neat, the effects are cool, large size could fit any hand comfortably.