Logitech wants to make its popular G502 gaming mouse better and has just unveiled an updated version of the peripheral.
The new spider is known as the G502 Hero Gaming Mouse and it retains the same basic design and shape as its predecessor, but Logitech has significantly increased the hardware guts of this rodent.
The most important introduction is a Hero (High Efficiency Rated Optical) 16,000 DPI sensor with a new lens and updated tracking algorithm, meaning your focus has to be smoother than ever, and hopefully also more accurate. Indeed, the company boasts that it is the most accurate sensor in every mouse currently on the market.
The new G502 also has 11 programmable buttons (which can be loaded with macros or commands) and a new mechanical switch with a durability of up to 50 million clicks. In addition, the mouse is capable of adjusting RGB lighting that can be adjusted by approximately 16.8 million colors, just like the trend with gaming peripherals nowadays.
Whatever custom settings you come up with, you can also store them in the mouse's built-in memory, with the option of saving up to five different profiles to choose from wherever you are with the G502.
Throw in a braided cord and an adjustable weight system that allows you to add up to five weights of 3.6 grams to change the feel and balance of the peripheral to your specific taste, and you have what sounds like a well-rounded gaming mouse.
The Logitech G502 Hero Gaming Mouse will be available in October in black and in the store. The price is £ 79.99 (about $ 105, AU $ 145).