Logitech has announced a new mouse based on the popular G502 Proteus Core, and the new G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse offers customizable RGB lighting.
"By adding RGB customizable lighting the Logitech G502 Proteus Core, the world’s best selling gaming mouse just got even better. The Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum still retains the world’s best DPI sensor, advanced surface and weight tuning, but now gives you even more features to elevate your game and style."
The mouse uses the highly regarded PMW3366 optical sensor which provides a range of 200 – 12,000 DPI "with zero sensor acceleration, zero smoothing or filtering and zero pixel rounding" according to Logitech.
The lighting effects are controlled with the Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) application, with 16.8 million possible colors and different selectable patterns (breathe, cycle). The weight and center of balance can be customized as well via five 3.6 g weights in the mouse, and 11 programmable buttons allow further customization via LGS.
The G502 Proteus Spectrum should be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning this month, with an MSRP of $79.99.
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Disappointed that they didn’t
Disappointed that they didn’t release a lighter better shape with the sensor and RGB than isn’t as small/weird as the G303 or fix the mouse wheel! With something similar to the MX Master, the metal wheel is just too slippery.
This seems like a minimum effort update which they could have done months ago:
1) Replace blue plastic with black. check!
2) Replace blue LEDs with RGB LEDs & circuit (copy and paste from G303). check!
You’re right on sir. i do
You’re right on sir. i do wish they had updated the g303 with a better scroll wheel like the one you mentioned. or the one from the GOAT g9x.
If there is one thing that
If there is one thing that should have been changed is the stupid wheel.
You shouldn’t expect much
You shouldn’t expect much from LogiCrap, going to avoid them like plague.
go fanboy your ma
go fanboy your ma
And Logitech continues to
And Logitech continues to hate left-handers