Logitech presents G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse

Logitech presents G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse

Logitech has made a new present to gamers around the world by announcing the new G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse, which happens to be an upgraded model of the Logitech G502 Proteus Core. The new Logitech mouse comes with RGB customizable lighting, unlike the earlier G502 Proteus Core and this is the main difference between the two mice.

“The G502 Proteus Spectrum has an amazing sensor, and now it’s got customizable lighting as well, said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of gaming at Logitech.”You can also sync it with your other RGB-enabled Logitech G gaming gear to create some really cool effects.”

The new G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse allows users to choose among 16.8 million colors and brightness for the RGB lighting and these visual effects can even be synchronized with other Logitech RGB products. In addition to this the G502 Proteus Spectrum comes with Logitech’s most powerful and most accurate optical sensor – the PWM3366 for maximum performance and tracking accuracy. The mouse also features a huge DPI range of 200 to 12000 dpi with zero sensor acceleration, zero pixel rounding and zero smoothing or filtering. The weight of the G502 Proteus Spectrum can be tweaked as well – the mouse comes with five 3.6-gram weights. Moreover the G502 Proteus Spectrum has 11 programmable buttons, a comfortable shape, textured rubber grips, mechanical micro switches and a dual-mode hyper fast scroll wheel for enhanced click-to-click precision.

The new G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse by Logitech will be available in the USA and Europe in early January 2016. The mouse is expected to sell for around USD 79.99 and EUR 89, respectively.

Source: Logitech

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