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Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB!

Interesting... G502 + RGB = The perfect mouse?

Or is this just some sort of knock-off (I doubt it)?

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Neat. I have the G303 coming in Monday. 

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NICE!

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The reddit post is from 2 months ago and Logitech still haven't released it? Weird.

I hope it has some meaningful improvements compared to the Proteus Brick Core.

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The reddit post is from 2 months ago and Logitech still haven't released it? Weird.

I hope it has some meaningful improvements.

couldn't it just be Photoshop? because its the Logitech g502 but a rgb logo with a new name same every thing. wouldn't Logitech change some stuff to make it a better mouse?

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couldn't it just be Photoshop? because its the Logitech g502 but a rgb logo with a new name same every thing. wouldn't Logitech change some stuff to make it a better mouse?

I doubt it, it's listed on Amazon.de, but there hasn't been an official confirmation from Logitech yet, which is really weird. If they are just slapping RGB LEDs it will be a pretty dumb refresh.

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I doubt it, it's listed on Amazon.de, but there hasn't been an official confirmation from Logitech yet, which is really weird. If they are just slapping RGB LEDs it will be a pretty dumb refresh.

yeah like a better sensor and a score wheel that doesn't slip often  

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yeah like a better sensor and a score wheel that doesn't slip often  

The sensor in the G502 and G303 is considered to be the best sensor that's currently available, so they don't really have to upgrade that. I would have really liked the G502 if it was a bit wider and lighter. Due to it's weight, it's painful to use for prolonged game sessions if you are have low sensitivity.

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The sensor in the G502 and G303 is considered to be the best sensor that's currently available, so they don't really have to upgrade that. I would have really liked the G502 if it was a bit wider and lighter. Due to it's weight, it's painful to use for prolonged game sessions if you are have low sensitivity.

i use 1000 dpi in games and 1800 dpi out side of games is this low?

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i use 1000 dpi in games and 1800 dpi out side of games is this low?

No, it's average. I play CS GO with 400 dpi and other games with 1000. Sensitivity is completely personal preference though. Mice with flawless sensors perform equally good on all DPI settings they offer.

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Nope, because "high" settings are achieved via subdividing of the native array.

True, thanks for the correction. I meant on DPI settings that are actually usable. A Pixart 3310 is obviously not going to perform on 7000 DPI as well as it does on 800 for example, but it doesn't have the issues that the 3305DK or A3050 have.

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RGB on a mouse? Literally seems like the biggest wast of money. But that's your money not mine. :P

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And I just bought a standard G502 not too long ago.....dang! 

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