The G502 is one of the heaviest mice you could find, the Air58 is the lightest.

So this almost boils down to a pure weight preference, I personally think the lighter the mouse the better for performance.

The Air58 has a much better cable than the G502 as well for more performance gains.

The Air58 costs much more than the G502 and is largely unavailable unless you get lucky.

IF you don't mind paying a premium for light weight and you can find one, I'd recommend going for the Air58.

Side-by-Side Comparison

Mouse nameLogitech G502Finalmouse Air58 Ninja
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Finalmouse Air58 Ninja - Check Priceread review
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Length13.2cm12.8cm
Width7.5cm6.0cm
Height4.0cm4.0cm
Weight121g58g
ButtonsPrimary left and right click
Middle click
2 side thumb buttons
Scroll tilt left and right
DPI up and down
Sniper toggle button
Profile switch button
2 primary clicks: left and right
2 side buttons
Scroll middle click
DPI switcher below scroll wheel
SensorPixart PMW3360Pixart PMW3360
ShapeErgonomicAmbidextrous
Cable/WirelessBraidedSoft braided cord
Battery LifeN/AN/A
SoftwareLogitech Gaming Software:
Surface tuning
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
No software:
DPI settings are preprogrammed on the Air58:

Step 1: 400 DPI
Step 2: 800 DPI
Step 3: 1600 DPI
Step 4: 3200 DPI
Warranty2 year warranty3 year warranty
ProsLots of buttons to use for mapping in games
Great infinite scroll
Solid shape
Insanely light
Best cable found on a gaming mouse
Solid construction despite the speed holes
ConsHeavy
Cable is still on the stiff side
Very hard to find, very expensive
QC concerns

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