Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse Lets You Fine-Tune to Your Surface
April 8th, 2014
Logitech is one of the most popular names in computer peripherals and makes some of the best gaming mice and keyboards out there. When it comes to gaming mice, many gamers want the most sensitivity they can get. Logitech’s latest mouse is called the G502 Proteus Core has up to 12,000 dpi sensitivity that can be controlled from 200 dpi up to 12,000 dpi.
The user can tune the infrared sensor to make it work optimally on almost any surface no matter the color or reflectivity of that surface. It’s unclear if this sensor will work on glass or not though. The mouse also has a weight tuning system that give the user control over feel and balance.
Logitech also gave the mouse its own ARM processor and internal memory so macros can be bound to the 11 programmable buttons. Under each of those buttons is a mechanical micro-switch that offers tactile feedback and longevity. It also has a dual mode hyperscroll wheel like many of Logitech’s mice.
The G502 will ship this month in the US and Europe for $79.99(USD), and is available for preorder now.