Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB – Mouse Review
Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB … A respectable competitor for Razer…
The brand Logitech is Swiss origin and was established in 1981. The construction of various peripherals for PC, audio and video projection products was one of the first things to start with, while in recent years the company has actively engaged in the world’s most demanding gaming world, presenting us several peripheral gaming products such as mice, keyboards and more.
What I have in my hands is one of Logitech’s products, the G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB gaming mouse that is the G502 Proteus Core descendant that we had previously experienced. Its release was announced on January 5, 2016. With added RGB lighting but with all the pre-existing features, the renewed G502 has all the groundwork to compete.
The G502 is quite modern, “spacey“, because of the different geometric shapes that have been included in its design but at the same time reminds us of the classic mice, mainly because of its overall design and its dimensions. Several corners have been included and seems to have the basic keys of use. Its color is black and other details that are present, have been highlighted with black glossy strips made of plastic as well as identical textured buttons.
For RGB lighting, you can choose between 16.8 million colors through the Logitech Gaming Software, as well as choose whether you want to change color automatically or make it even more vibrant with breathing effects. Even the lighting can be synchronized with other Logitech G products that support RGB lighting.
The optical sensor is the PMW3366, which is the theoretically the most powerful and accurate of the market and in combination with the Logitech G Delta Zero technology to minimize mouse acceleration offer even more reliability and accuracy. The range of DPIs is customizable through profiles ranging from 200 to 12,000 with zero sensor acceleration, zero smoothing or filtering and zero pixel rounding. Also, for maximum response and accuracy, you can adjust the sensor according to the physical characteristics and reflectance levels of the surface you are using.
You can also customize the weight and center of gravity of Logitech’s new gaming mouse, adding up to 5 weight of 3.6 grams. Of course, you can schedule commands or macros on any of the 11 programmable buttons via the Logitech Gaming Software.
You will find it with the price of 60 euros in the Greek and German e-shops…