Both big mice, the Mamba Wireless and G502 both have great ergonomic shapes made for large hands.

The G502 has a thick braided cable and weighs 15 grams more than the Mamba Wireless, in terms of performance and movement, the Mamba Wireless wins big time.

The G502 has better buttons and more buttons, so if you really care about your buttons stick with the G502 here.

The Razer Mamba Wireless is a good modern candidate to replace your G502, it's a pretty comfortable shape, it still has that same heft that the G502 has but it's wireless which is a big difference maker.

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Mouse nameLogitech G502Razer Mamba Wireless
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Length13.2cm12.57 cm
Width7.5cm7 cm
Height4.0cm4.32 cm
Weight121g106 g
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 Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
2 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
SensorPixart PMW3360Razer 5G Sensor
ShapeErgonomicErgonomic
Cable/WirelessBraidedWireless
Battery LifeN/A50 hours
SoftwareLogitech Gaming Software:
Surface tuning
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
Razer Synapse:
Surface tuning
Lift off distance
RGB lighting settings
DPI stepping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Input analysis
Macro recording
Warranty2 year warranty2 year warranty
ProsLots of buttons to use for mapping in games
Great infinite scroll
Solid shape
Really good battery life @ 50 hours
Great comfortable shape for large/medium hands
Good rubber side grips
Flawless sensor
Place to store USB dongle
Good build quality
ConsHeavy
Cable is still on the stiff side
Soft and mushy clicks
Weight imbalance near the back of the mouse
Account needed to use software

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