Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum review – Evolution of a fan favorite
12 March 2016
Excerpt: Logitech’ G502 Core mouse is really popular. It even has its own questionably named subreddit. It makes sense that Logitech would want to iterate and improve on it. That brings us to the G502 Proteus Spectrum.
Conclusion: Of course, not everyone will care enough about minuscule lighting subtleties (especially on a mouse) to make that feature essential. But if comfort, quality, smart button placement, and an excellent customizable optical sensor sound good to you (and they should), you shouldn't hesitate to shortlist...
Pros: Lighting is sync-able with that of Logitech Spectrum keyboards, 11 buttons, Customizable weight
Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum - My New Favorite Mouse
22 January 2016
Excerpt: Earlier this month at the 2016 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show, Logitech released a new product for the gaming market that might have gone unnoticed by some. The G502 Proteus Spectrum is a new gaming mouse that takes an amazing product and makes it just a little better with the help of some...
Conclusion: UPDATE: In January 2016, Logitech released the Proteus Spectrum, an updated version of the Proteus Core with full 16.8-million-color RGB backlighting. Aside from the illumination and a few blue highlights on the mouse itself, the Proteus Spectrum is exactly the same as its Core predecessor, right...
Pros: Intuitive and comfortable design, Big buttons in a smart layout, Streamlined software with lots of options, Ultrafine weight adjustment, Improved scroll wheel
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.
Logitech G502 Proteus Core review: heads and tails above the rest
2 July 2015
Conclusion: I can’t fault Logitech on the G502’s build quality, nor can I smash it on appearance. I will say that it’s probably the most comfortable gaming mouse I’ve ever used, but is it worth it for non-FPS gamers?
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...