Published on January 22nd, 2016 | by Mark De Guzman0
Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
During our coverage of CES 2016 we got a chance to try out Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum. The mouse is the next phase of their best-selling mouse as the G502 is more form fitting to the palm of your hand which makes for even better control of your gaming and desktop needs. The buttons were well-designed for easy access and clicking and the fact that lighting is customizable can make your mouse look unique to your liking and set the perfect theme for your needs as there are over 16.8 million color settings/
One of the features I really enjoyed about the G502 was the dual mode scroll wheel. You can take an ordinary scroll down the page in a slow fashion, or release the brakes and flick it one time and see yourself scroll down through dozens of pages within seconds. This comes in very handing for those needing to need a large amount of material at one time.
Naturally the main question would be how does the G502 work as a gaming mouse, and the answer is very well. The PMW3366 Gaming Mouse sensor is regarding as the best available and the G502 tracks seamlessly and smoothly allowing players for an unsurpassed gaming experience. The G502 has 11 Programmable buttons and in a very nice feature we were shown at CES, you can set a different DPI setting and toggle between them on the fly. So imagine you were playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and you wanted a slower DPI setting for when you were using a scoped weapon, but needed maximum speed at all the other times. Now you can do it on the fly without having to raise and lower your overall speed.
This all combines to make a solid and versatile mouse that is a must for gamers.
5 stars out of 5.