Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse with 15 programmable controls, up to 240 hour battery life, dual wireless connectivity modes,…

(8 customer reviews)


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  • 15 programmable controls: include 6 thumb buttons; fully programmable with G hub software
  • DUAL CONNECTIVITY: Toggle between convenient Bluetooth and ultra fast 1 mms LIGHTSPEED advanced wireless technology. Bluetooth report rate: 88 133 Hz (7.5 11.25 ms)
  • Hero 25K sensor through a software update from G HUB, this upgrade is free to all players: Our most advanced, with 1:1 tracking, 400-plus ips, and 100 – 25,600 max dpi sensitivity plus zero smoothing, filtering, or acceleration
  • DUAL MODE HYPERFAST SCROLL WHEEL: Durable metal scroll wheel switches between hyper fast and ratchetted scrolling; Programmable scrolling lets you apply key binds
  • 240 HOURS WITH 1 AA: efficient HERO 16K allows for 240 hours in LIGHTSPEED mode or up to 5; 5 months in Bluetooth mode
  • 2 Years Limited Hardware Warranty
Average Battery Life in hours

‎5 months


‎Logitech G


‎Logitech G604 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse

Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎PC, Mac

Operating System

‎Mac OSX

Item Weight

‎6.4 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.77 x 3.14 x 5.11 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎1.77 x 3.14 x 5.11 inches



Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 AA batteries required. (included)



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎September 16, 2019

8 reviews for Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse with 15 programmable controls, up to 240 hour battery life, dual wireless connectivity modes,…

  1. Jeremy

    I’m a huge fan of the G602, I’ve had one for years and finally thought it was time to upgrade to a new sensor. This seemed like the best option seeing as it just seemed like an upgraded version of the 602, but they changes a few things and it completely ruined it for me. It’s slightly shorter with a higher arch, the plastic all around feels cheaper and the scroll wheel is really loose sided to side so even with just slight movements it clicks/thuds around all the time and it’s really annoying. Also mine shipped with a seemingly broken sensor that has to be pushed into my mouse mat to register anything. Like I said, quite disappointing.

  2. hanmaan

    Dreaded double clicks started. Upgraded from a G602, went back to it when I noticed my single clicks started registering as doubles randomly. AVOID!

  3. Hoa Dinh

    This is my first logitech mouse with the Hero sensor and so far i’m loving it.
    the battery life has lasted me 10 days so far with a poll rate of 1000 and dpi of 1600. battery has only gone down to half way. I’ve been using this mouse daily for 4 hours+, some days even longer than that.
    will update this review when the battery dies to see how long this mouse lasts with a 2800mah battery.
    Alot lighter than i thought it would be, but for those people who want it to be even lighter, you can alot buy those AAA to AA adaptors, but for me it’s pretty lightweight already.
    only downside to this mouse would be the use of media keys and some functions when you have an app/game open and in focus. they just don’t work for me. Never had this issue with my MX Anywhere 2S mouse.
    just something to keep in mind if you use your media keys/some other functions while ingame/focused on an app.
    overall love the mouse, super responsive.
    EDIT, so the mouse just died on me today and here is how long it’s lasted me
    24,480 minutes
    408 hours
    17 days
    2 weeks and 3 days
    Pretty good

  4. TaDa!

    Our previous bluetooth mouse (different brand) died, so I went looking for a good, but affordable replacement. I wanted a mouse that took a replaceable battery, because it always annoyed me, when I had to plug the other one in, to charge it. I have multiple rechargeable AA batteries, and it is just so much easier to swap them out, as needed. Speaking of which, I have not needed to change the battery, since I got this mouse, approximately 3 weeks ago. That is with frequent usage, throughout the day, on a daily basis.

    This mouse is very comfortable to use. It is nice that it has extra buttons, which can be assigned to different keys or macros (although I haven’t tried that, yet). I love the frictionless scroll wheel! It is so nice to be able to just give it a flick, and fly through a long document.

  5. Metroknight

    The mouse arrived yesterday but didn’t have the chance to switch it out till today. Overall it is a decent mouse. Physically it fits my hand pretty well (I wear XL gloves) and it is responsive without installing the suggested Ghub software and just using the default Win10 drivers.

    I like that it can be either RF or bluetooth and I’m using bluetooth with my PC (bluetooth adapter). Not sure of the range as the computer is only a few feet away but I know that my bluetooth earbuds stay connected over 30 ft away.

    Included in the box was the mouse, a battery, and a usb A extension cord which would allow a person to use the mouse farther away from the computer, useful. The included instructions were not very helpful and had tiny fonts which made it difficult to read but I figured out how to connect with the bluetooth by going to their webpage and reading how to on it. Other than their battery life claim of 240hrs, it has performed well.

    Now there is one additional bit of info but not sure if it is due to the mouse or my lack of using their software. If you pick up the mouse and set it down, the scroll wheel gets activated and causes it to scroll up or down a few lines. It doesn’t do it all the time but just occassionally.

  6. NY

    Purchased it after using G602 for good few months.

    Was not dissapointed, the Infinite scroll wheel and two extra buttons on it were worth the upgrade.

    Rest the custamizability of the mouse with macros to do things like move between Chrome tabs, open new tab, close tab, forward and back makes working with browser an excellent experience and saves a lot of time.

    Also with profiles you can program those same buttons to perform different functions for different softwares, so I would say the mouse is an excellent productivity device and will save you tons of time.

    P. S. Sometimes the middle click button stops working randomly, like after 2-3 months or so, I believe due to dust settling in.

    Just turn the mouse upside down and move the scroll wheel as fast as you can and it would start working again.

  7. E Ryan

    The G604 Lightspeed is a great wireless single AA battery powered customizable macro key mouse. This review is based on several months of using it for photo editing and regular surfing, not gaming. Keep in mind that this review is most suited for power users in Photoshop Lightroom or any photo editing software or any software period that benefits from having multiple board hotkeys transferred to the click of an extra mouse button.

    Setup: Effortless connection, with options for Bluetooth or Wi-fi. Consistent connection with both and no issues with either. Just install the G hub app and configure your buttons to streamline your process whether surfing, editing, gaming, word processing, etc.

    Ergonomics/responsiveness/weight: the mouse has a somewhat ergonomic shape and the thumb rest has a comfortable feel to it. I do not dislike the design however I’m not sure that it’s saving your wrist any particular strain in the long run. Now, I don’t happen to have my mouse lexicon with me so I do apologize in advance if my description of some of the parts are basic. That being said the underside is smooth in terms of the glide over your mouse pad, and you can conveniently set the DPI/pointer speed/sensetivity to a single sensitivity for all profiles. Or for that matter, a button to change DPI setting while holding, and possibly by press and a release, i have not found the need to do so often as of yet.

    Features: Before I get to the button layout (which I actually am not a big fan of) it would help to be aware of some of the features and how they work. There are two ways to take advantage of having multiple configurations, G shift and onboard profile cycling. I have found that using a combination of them together is optimal. Depending on your ingenuity in structuring your set up you may find it useful to have 2-3 or more profiles for one application. I have attempted to make 3 for photoshop but I tend to lose track and prefer to keep it at 2 so I know I’m in either one or the other.

    Layout: Not great for maximizing the g shift function. You have to assign it somewhere, anywhere, and it doesnt feel natural assigning to any of the current buttons for me. There needs to be a button on the right side that can be held or toggled instead with your right ring finger. Also G shift is glitchy anyway and basically unuseable if you plan on using profile cycling. After a painstaking search i found a forum discussion of a known bug where it registers a command from the default view when it should not. If you’re a power user and want to have a nice sized array of custom functions at your disposal for each and every editing application which can be set up and swapped seamlessly this mouse is pretty darn up to that task for its pricepoint, just requires a strategic set up.

    If what you want is a good priced macro custom mouse and youre close to being an advanced pc user or prepared to spend a little time getting it dialed in then get it.

  8. Bhoopati Baboo

    The goodwill logitech generated with their legendary MX518 and K400 which I bought years ago (they still work) was immense. I wouldn’t even consider any other brand for PC peripherals. So when it was time to upgrade I decided to go wireless and got their Performance MX mouse. Dead left click within 8 months.
    I thought it must be a bad unit; an outlier.

    Then I got this G604. Loved that it had internal memory and dual wireless mode (bluetooth/nano reciever) but sucked that it used yet another software (K400 uses Logi Options, Performance MX used Setpoint and this uses GHub)…Random disconnect issues within 6 months, dead middle click in less than a year.

    So now I’m convinced that Logitech is no longer interested in providing long-lasting products and instead expects us to upgrade every year.
    I’m giving them one last chance and going wired this time with the G402, hoping to recreate some of the MX518’s reliability. After this dies, I’m going Razer or Chinese bargain bin!

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