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Logitech G402 Gaming Mouse Hyperion Fury with 8 Programmable Buttons - Black
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- Fusion engine delivers one of the high tracking speed. Physical specifications : Height is 136 mm ,Width is 72 mm and Depth is 41 mm
- Eight programmable buttons; achieve improved results with the PC mouse's default configuration straight out of the box; or set up one-button triggers
- On-the-fly DPI shifting makes this gaming mouse ideal for gaming; shift through up to four DPI settings, from pixel-precise targeting (250 DPI) to lightning-fast manoeuvres (4,000 DPI)
- With a 1 ms report rate, you can be confident that no matter how precise or fast your moves are with this PC gaming mouse, they will be communicated to the game at the highest possible speed
- Lightweight materials and low friction feet help ensure that your gaming sessions last as long as you can
- System requirements - Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 or Windows Vista
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Logitech G400s gaming mouse is stronger and faster. Hyperion fury’s fusion engine offers tracking speeds so fast that your opponents won’t know what hit them. Eight programmable buttons and four DPI settings put pinpoint targeting and easy hotkey access at your fingertips. In combination with Delta Zero sensor, Hyperion Fury gives you the speed and accuracy you need to blow away the competition.
1 x Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
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Features the Logitech G Fusion Engine for fast gaming.
- 1 x Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse
We stripped our G400s gaming mouse to its core and made it better, stronger and faster. Hyperion Fury’s Fusion Engine offers tracking speeds so fast that your opponents won’t know what hit them. Eight programmable buttons and four DPI settings put pinpoint targeting and easy hotkey access at your fingertips. In combination with our Delta Zero sensor, Hyperion Fury gives you the speed and accuracy you need to blow away the competition.
- Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7
- Powered USB port
- Internet connection
- 100 MB hard drive space (for optional software download)
High-speed Fusion Engine
The exclusive Fusion Engine and Delta Zero sensor give you the power to track reliably and accurately at speeds as fast as 10 metres per second (420 IPS). And with a 1-millisecond report rate, your moves are executed at the fastest speed possible over USB.
Eight programmable buttons with on-board memory
Customise your gaming experience with programmable buttons you can save to Hyperion Fury’s on-board memory for maximum speed and accessibility. Chat with a teammate, execute a multi-command macro or downshift DPI with fast one-press triggers. Optional Logitech Gaming Software makes setting up commands easy.
Four on-the-fly DPI settings
Instantly downshift for pixel-perfect sniping or shift up for high-speed manoeuvres—all with maximum precision. Go from 4000 to 250 DPI in the blink of an eye, giving you the flexibility to thrive in the chaos of battle. Use Logitech Gaming Software to set a fifth DPI setting and personalise the experience to your liking.
32-bit ARM Processor
Hyperion Fury’s on-board ARM Processor powers the Fusion Engine for incredible tracking speeds. It also works with Logitech Gaming Software to let you craft and assign macros that you can access with ease.
Designed for gaming comfort
We updated the classic G400s shape to a new level of streamlined comfort. Lightweight materials and super-low friction feet ensure that your gaming sessions last as long as you can.
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It's also a bit slippy to the touch, and the left/right buttons are a bit sensitive to touch so sometimes I click by accident.
Otherwise pretty good. Best so far out of dozens I have tried recently since the MX 518 ;)
I was looking for a replacement for my old, trusty G5 (RIP) and so my quest begun. Like a nugget, I spent some time (probably too much) looking around and comparing these bad boys and eventually managed to test how it fits in my hand in one of the local retailers. It was just right and felt familiar! It isn't exactly the way G5 was (in a good way) but it's very close and, I can carry on saving the world (or not, whatever). Cable isn't too long or too short, it fits fine in my hand (small/medium hand, fingertip grip). I snatched this one on sale for £25 and it was definitely worth it!
A year (and a bit) later and I still love it - it's my main hunter. The only annoyance is the bloomin' middle click - it isn't what it used to be... Apparently it's a common thing but what can we do, aye? Saying this, the past couple of months it's been fine - maybe showing it some love helps.
***Check out attached pictures!***
#great for all grips
#reminds me of G5 (yay!)
#programmable buttons(comes in handy!)
#mouse wheel click not as responsive as when I first got the mouse
In love. Would buy again.
The issue i have is this mouse feels pretty much the same (g502), now I don't use this one for gaming like i do my 502 but I use it fairly constantly at work (software engineer, use computers everyday all day) the mouse offers almost everything I love about my 502 again but for a lower price suits my grip fine (I mainly use a palm grip but occasionally shift to claw when things get intense :P ) offers the same amount of buttons with the same great software configuration as well as the ability to configure once save to memory (on the mouse) and use on other machines without the utilities although some special features require software utility to be present).
So this why would you ever get the g502? the simple answer is two good reasons weight configuration if you want it (I dont use that feature) and the scroll wheel, now dont get me wrong the scroll wheel is fine its great in fact compared to mice by other companies, but when compared with the scroll wheel on the 502 its lacking its not as fluid it doesnt have sideway scroll and it doesnt have the free scroll that the 502 does, so if the scroll wheel is not super important to you (or youve never experienced the 502s scroll wheel you will be super happy with this mouse).
I use this mostly for graphic and video editing so I'm looking for something comfortable and configurable. Big hands - no worries - this sits perfectly in hand and all the buttons are easily within reach without reaching or awkward finger gymnastics. And as you would expect every button can be remapped and the DPI fine tuned to the settings of your liking with multiple sets. This comes in really handy when you want to switch between quick video edit navigation to fine Photoshop work. You set the levels you want and then quickly button tap between them. Tracking is accurate and quick, and all of these personalised settings can be stored in the mouse itself. Which is a nice touch.
All this packed into a quality logitech mouse at a very reasonable price point. Winner!
Compared to G502, the only things I miss are the wheel switch button & the weights (I like the G502 heavier as it's slightly inclined and it tends to leave the surface - which I'll detail below), and maybe the smaller lenght size of G502 was a better fit for my hand - I think G402 feels much better in bigger hands.
Reasons for choosing a Logitech G mouse? I can pre-program all the 3 profiles & buttons through the just-so-easy to use software, colors too. I also enjoy the big number of buttons and the way they are laid on the mouse - easy to access & use, and durable. To add to that, they are one of the few brands who make slightly inclined mice - not the traditional normal / 'horizontal' ones, but not an otherwise weirdly looking (and feeling) of a vertical mouse, and this is a great addition to someone with wrist pain, or for someone looking to remove the stress on their joints. The only small CONS to that is that I ended up putting some weights on G502 to counterbalance the lifting on the mouse - but I never felt the need to do so for G402 which is a bit heavier out of the box.
Overall, just like G502, G402 is a great addition for any gamer, depending on their budget and their hand size. I highly advise trying them out both before purchase to see which is a better fit.