Redragon Griffin M602A-RGB Gaming Mouse Software

Amazon presently sells the Redragon Griffin M602A-RGB wired gaming mouse for $19.99, which makes it an appealing purchase for entry-level and value shoppers. The specifications are impressive for such a bargain, boasting programmable macro functions, full RGB-lighting control, and 7200 DPI optical sensitivity.

Without software the Redragon M602A-RGB is an adequate wired gaming mouse, but the small operating instruction manual that accompanies it clearly states that many other functions are available “through the software after downloading and installing it”. Unfortunately, this gaming mouse does not include the advertised software with the mouse, nor does it link to any website or a download location in the rather sparse operating manual.

After searching the web for the manufacturer, nowhere at redragonzone is the M602A-RGB listed. The closest variant is M602K, which is incompatible and fails to detect the M602A mouse. Ultimately it required direct contact to customer support, and a few days later I received a link to the software that is hosted off-site.

Since Radragon has made it so difficult for their users to make full use of this gaming mouse, TechPlayboy has decided to offer this software for public download: Redragon Griffin M602A-RGB Gaming Mouse Software

Redragon Griffin M602A-RGB Gaming Mouse

Redragon Griffin M602A-RGB Gaming Mouse