Logitech Announces New G502 Proteus Spectrum Gaming Mouse
5 January 2016
Excerpt: Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) today announced the introduction of the Logitech® G502 Proteus Spectrum Gaming Mouse. By adding RGB customizable lighting the Logitech® G502 Proteus Core, the world’s best selling gaming mouse just got even better.
Conclusion: Logitech made a lot of big promises about the G502, their website claims this mouse has the best sensor, and while I’ve heard that dozens of times from almost all manufacturers, this time it’s actually true.
Summary: All in all, the Logitech G502 Proteus Core is a very customizable mouse which doesn't sacrifice in other aspects like comfort, practicality and performance. The G502 Proteus Core sports a price tag of MYR 239.00.
Summary: As I prepared to do this review, I went through my drawer of old gaming mice and found representatives of nearly every generation of gaming mice that Logitech has released. Most of these were mice that I had purchased for myself, because for the last decade or so, Logitech has made some of the best...
Summary: As someone who works on a computer all day and then plays video games when time permits, it is safe to say I use a mouse a lot. For years I have favoured the Logitech Performance MX, it’s a big mouse that I find very comfortable and it's more than capable of getting busy in a fast paced first person...
Logitech G502 Proteus Core vs. G402 Hyperion Fury Review
30 August 2014
Excerpt: Logitech has recently come out with two new hyperbolical wired gaming mice promising speed, accuracy, agility and potentially unimaginable gaming performance prowess. The astonishingly futurist looking G502 Proteus Core (left) is Logitech's first weight-adjustable performance mouse featuring the...
Excerpt: The computer mouse is something that’s been around since…well…the computer itself basically. The simple computer mouse evolved from a trackball with a single button to laser mice with multitudes of buttons, adjustable DPI, scroll wheels, LCD screens and more.
Conclusion: Physically the G502 isn’t as fleshed out as other mice I’ve reviewed and used before, but the G502 ships with something called ‘G-Shift’ that effectively doubles up the functionality of the mouse.
Excerpt: Having only been available for a few weeks, we're surprised by how many people have bought Logitech's new G502 Proteus Core and perhaps even more by the fact that few seem anything less than enthralled, whether by its style, specs or simply its badass name.