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Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse with Fully Customizable Surface, Weight and Balance Tuning (910-004074)

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  • Surface tuning calibration: Easily calibrate the optical sensor to get best tracking performance for your specific mouse pad surface
  • Weight and balance tuning: Adjust the weight, center of balance and placement of weights for personalized feel and performance
  • 11 programmable buttons: Set up one-button triggers to execute any command or macro at lightning speed
  • On-the-fly DPI: Quickly switch through up to 5 DPI settings (200-12,000) or temporarily downshift DPI for sniping.
  • Improved dual-mode hyperfast scroll wheel: Get enhanced click-to-click precision for gaming and blazing scrolling speeds for the web
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 3 x 5.4 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00IRHE892
  • Item model number: 910-004074
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (465 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 8, 2014

Product Description

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Tip the balance in your favor with fully customizable tuning
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Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse

AS UNIQUE AS YOU. Every gamer dominates differently. G502 Proteus Core is designed to let you mod it with unparalleled levels of customization. Elevate your game with surface tuning calibration, weight/balance adjustment, DPI shifting, and 11 programmable buttons. Make Proteus Core yours, and then go make the competition yours.


Surface tuning calibration
Tunable sensor for unparalleled tracking on any gaming surface
Surface Tuning Calibration

Achieve maximum accuracy, precision and responsiveness with an optical sensor you can easily tune to work better on specific surfaces, including your gaming mouse pad of choice.

On-the-fly DPI adjustment
Shift between 5 DPI settings
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On-the-fly DPI Adjustment

Make the right moves with up to 5 DPI settings that take you from pixel-precise targeting (200 DPI) to lightning-fast maneuvers (up to 12000 DPI). Three buttons put a quick switch or temporary downshift for sniping in easy reach.

Weight and balance tuning
Adjust weights to your playing style
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Weight and Balance Tuning

Tune Proteus Core to match your unique playing style. Optimize weight and center of balance with up to five 3.6g weights for a personalized feel and better performance.

Dual-mode scroll wheel
Enhanced scrolling for gaming and browsing
Dual-mode Scroll Wheel

An improved version of Logitech’s exclusive dual-mode scroll wheel gives you enhanced click-to-click precision for gaming and hyper-fast speeds for flying through long web pages.

11 programmable buttons
One-button triggers for go-to commands
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11 Programmable Buttons

A 32-bit ARM processor controls Proteus Core's onboard memory, so you can assign single functions or intricate macros to any of the 11 buttons.

Customer Reviews

Size: I have small to medium hands for a guy, and this mouse fits my hands perfectly.
Brandon Webb
The spin wheel is very nice, it also doubles as a macro button, and it can be clicked to either side for even more macros.
Samilof
Great features, comfortable feel, perfect size- it's just a really nice mouse overall.
Brandon Acker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

151 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Tom N. on April 20, 2014
TL;DR at bottom of review.

BACKGROUND:

I have been an owner of the Logitech G9 mouse since 2009. I love that mouse so much that I bought a backup G9X when I found out they were no longer being made and panicked that I wouldn't be able to find a similar replacement when my G9 died (it still works great btw). I found this mouse after seeing some people mention it on the Logitech forums when it came out just a week or two ago.

I use a hybrid fingertip/clawgrip style which for all intents and purposes can be thought of as just a clawgrip. I have small hands for a man or medium size hands for a woman. The G9 was great for me as it was a small low profile mouse perfect for clawgrip. I used the "precision" grip as it was slightly more narrow and had a more grippy texture.

I do the typical everyday typical web browsing and Microsoft Office stuff. In addition to that, I play some FPS games and WoW.

G502 COMPARISON TO G9/G9X:
(G9 & G9X are the same mice with a better sensor on the G9X for those who don't know)

- Size/Form Factor - Slightly more narrow than the G9. Side grip points are rubbery and feels great to grab on to. It is taller than the G9, but not enough to make a difference for my grip style. It is also technically longer than the G9, but most the extra length is due to the longer main 2 left/right mouse buttons. This ends up also making no difference on my clawgrip style because I am still able to click those 2 main mouse buttons closer to the palmrest side of the mouse. Larger hands can click them farther away from the palmrest. I feel like I can grab on to the mouse with my grip style and really have control over it.
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By ONILDO L DE S FERRAZ on May 30, 2014
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This mouse is the best I've ever had. It beats the mx518 in almost every single way, albeit having almost exactly the same shape.

The round-ish shape of the mx518 makes it more resistant to shock than the angular protruded shape of the main buttons on this one. But that's about it.

I have small male hands and feel confortable with the whole button positioning. Have got nothing to complain about the software, either. For me this is the perfect FPS player mouse!
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Larry on May 3, 2014
I'll keep this short and sweet with just the information I would want to know before I bought the mouse.

- I use a fingertip grip. (Wrist rests on the desk, fingertips are the only thing on the mouse, I move the mouse with just my thumb and pinky/3rd finger).

- I have small hands (7 inches from my palm to the very tip of my middle finger).

- I have used Logitech mice since the MX510 I bought in 2004. I've tried other mice, but they usually just don't work for my kind of hand and grip. Either they are too large, too tall, or just plain aren't made for people who move the mouse with their fingertips. A great example of this is the Naga 2014. It has a place to rest the user's 3rd finger. It just doesn't work with a fingertip grip because I use that finger to move the mouse.

I've really liked other logitech mice like the MX510, G500, and G700.. but I LOVE this mouse. It takes everything that was great about those other mice and makes it easier to use because of a lower profile. The sensor on it feels very accurate and if you want to get into specifics about it, look at some reviews about the new sensor. There is a bunch of stuff I could talk about and bore you to death, but lets just say its an amazing sensor that is very accurate. It will even have you "scan" the surface you use it on to calibrate itself to the surface.

Overall this mouse is just amazing for people like me. If you have small hands and use the same kind of grip, I would give this a shot. Even if your current mouse is good enough, go give this one as shot and you won't be disappointed. If you have large hands, use a different grip, or just don't like the shape/profile that Logitech uses with their mice, your mileage may vary. I can say personally though that this is my favorite mouse so far, and that's saying a lot considering all of the different mice I have used.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ahmet Yildirim on December 10, 2014
i got this mouse from Turkey (not amazon) it is a bit small mouse, before i bought razer mamba for my friend and mad catz rat7 for me. But Razer mamba is the most comfortable for normal hands. if you have small hand this mouse may be good because quality is better than razer mamba. if you have normal or bigger hands this mouse makes your palm painy after 3-5 hours use. especially right part of mouse made inwardly inclined so your ring finger stays skewed, so it forcing your hand to stay right inclined and your palm stays empty, this starts to pain.( Sorry for my english, i used to googletranslate for some words and sentences i hope you undertand what i mean:) (check out photos may you understand me better)
Finally i mean this mouse is not comfortable for normal and bigger hands but mouse made by high quality.
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By John Hancock on October 17, 2014
I'm not going to lie: I don't like this mouse. I originally purchased a Logitech G500, had it fail after a year, replaced by Logitech with a second G500, the replacement failed after a year and a half, and then received this mouse (a G502) as a new replacement.

It's not the same mouse, by any stretch. The G5, G500, & G500s all felt nearly the same in the hand.

The G502, however, is a completely different mouse. It's smaller in every meaningful way. The length is diminished, both in the mouse and the reach to the buttons. It's narrower by a full finger, having no place to rest a pinky and even the ring finger barely hangs on. It's shorter in the palm, creating a significant gap between the mouse and my palm.

I'm no fan of the rearranged buttons. They've all been pitched closer to the palm, exemplifying the issue of reduced size. The DPI adjustments use switches that sound & feel just like you're using the left or right clicks. The lower thumb key is horribly placed--it's not a spot you can rest your thumb. Even with the button deactivated by software, it just makes the grip unstable. The forward & back buttons are fine I suppose.

Now there are some notable improvements. Mainly, I really liked the scroll wheel. It felt crisper overall, without being tough to scroll. Middle-click, up/down, & left/right scrolling was all much improved. I kept it in clicky mode because that's what I'm used to. The sensor was also pretty great. I don't know what benefit 12,000 DPI really brings but it certainly gives more options. I liked being able to scan your mousepad for improved accuracy--that was pretty great. Otherwise, having a little more control over lighting was good.
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