The Logitech G502 Hero gaming mouse and G512 gaming keyboard have been bundled together at Costco for just $99.99 total. The G502 Hero mouse is $48 by itself on Amazon (opens in new tab), and the G512 SE keyboard (opens in new tab) is $60. That's $108 total, and the same bundle, which is out of stock currently, goes for the same $108 price on Amazon (opens in new tab).
The bundle only works because both items are so good. Mouse has a 16K sensor and 11 programmable buttons. It's also weight adjustable and has Logitech's LightSync RGB tech for custom lighting. Keyboard has Romer G switches and USB pass through.
The G512 keyboard has per-key RGB custom lighting that gives you access to the full color spectrum. Plus, use Logitech's Lightsync technology to make the keys game-driven for some interesting patterns and effects. You will be able to customize all of this using the Logitech G Hub software, which is free and easy to use. It also gives you access to other things like custom macro programming. You'll also be able to use it to customize based on the game you're playing, connect to third party apps like Discord, and share your gaming profiles with the Logitech community.
The mechanical switches deliver a satisfying clicky feeling with tactile feedback. The keyboard is made with aircraft-grade aluminum alloy so it's thin and light while staying durable enough to last a long time. Additions to the layout include the ability to use the function keys to control volume, play and pause, mute, toggle game mode, change lighting, and more. The keyboard also has a port with USB pass through for connecting extra peripherals... like the G502 Hero gaming mouse.
The Logitech G502 Hero is a wired gaming mouse with a 16,000 DPI sensor. That's a lot of DPI, which means this mouse has superior accuracy and responsiveness. Plus it's adjustable so you can find the perfect setting for the perfect gaming speed.
You'll find 11 total buttons on the mouse, and each one of them is customizable so you can set it to do what you want. The mouse even has on-board memory so you can save up to five different profiles directly on the mouse. That's convenient because it means you can travel with the mouse, even plug it into a different system, and still set your buttons to do exactly what you want. And you might want different buttons doing different things if you play a lot of different types of video games. Side buttons can be used much differently in a real-time strategy versus a shooter or RPG.
J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.
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