Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse
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- 6 programmable buttons
- On the fly DPI switching
- Metal spring left/right button tensioning system
- Cable length: 2.10 m, USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms)
- High Speed Clicking
- Full Speed USB
- Tuned to Pro Gamers Specifications: Features and playability developed with the help of Pro MOBA players
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Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse
For the pros, by the pros
Daedalus Prime was designed for the fast paced action of MOBA gaming with input straight from professional gamers, featuring exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology for accurate high-speed tracking and a metal spring button tensioning system in the left and right buttons. 6 individually programmable buttons let you instantly access important commands and macros while 4 DPI settings offer pixel-precise targeting and navigation. With low-friction feet and durable buttons that have been tested to over 20 million clicks, you can play with confidence knowing that Daedalus Prime will last for years to come. Get the most out of your game with the mouse developed for the pros, by the pros.*
*Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software available for download at the logitech website
- Designed with the help of Professional MOBA players
- Metal Spring Button Tensioning System improves button feel and response
- Six programmable buttons*
- Four on-the-fly DPI settings
- Durable buttons tested to over 20 million-click lifespan
Tuned to Pro Gamer specifications
Logitech worked directly with Professional MOBA players to design Daedalus Prime from the ground up. Delta Zero sensor technology delivers accurate high-speed tracking and the buttons are built to withstand the rapid clicking of intense MOBA gaming.
Metal Spring Button Tensioning System
Metal springs embedded in the left and right mouse buttons reduce pre-travel to improve click responsiveness, making in-game actions fast and accurate. Both buttons have a tight and quick click feel for consistent, rapid-fire clicking.
Six programmable buttons
Customize your favorite games with individually programmable buttons. Achieve great results with the default configuration straight out of the box. Or quickly set up and store lightning-fast one-button commands or multi-command macros. Logitech Gaming Software makes setting up commands easy.
On-the-fly DPI Switching
Make the right moves in any game situation. Switch through up to four onboard DPI settings, from pixel-precise targeting (240 DPI) to lightning-fast maneuvers (up to 4000 DPI).
Lightweight, durable, comfortable
The lightweight design and super-low-friction feet enable you to be comfortable no matter how long the competition lasts. Ultra-durable switches tested to 20 million clicks mean you can play with confidence knowing that Daedalus Prime will withstand the toughest gaming conditions.
Delta Zero sensor technology
Logitech’s exclusive optical sensor ensures accurate high-speed tracking.
What you need:
- Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista
- USB port
- 70MB disk storage space and Internet connection for optional software download
What’s in the box:
-2-year Limited hardware warranty
|Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse||Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse||Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Gaming Mouse||Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse||Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse|
|What do you get?||Great value and control for MOBA/RTS games||World’s fastest FPS gaming mouse||Performance Edition MOBA gaming mouse||Fully customizable lighting, surface, weight and balance tuning for FPS games||Complete control in your favorite MMOs|
|Connection: full-speed USB corded||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Sensor||High-definition optical||High-definition optical||High-definition optical||High-definition optical||Laser|
|Maximum resolution with on-the-fly DPI shifting||4,000 dpi||4,000 dpi||12,000 dpi||12,000 dpi||8,200 dpi|
|System support||Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista Mac OS X 10.8.x or later||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7||Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Mac OS X 10.6.x or later|
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Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse was built with the pros, featuring Logitech's exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology, improved click plus 6 programmable buttons and 4 on-the-fly DPI settings
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Purpose of purchase: Never had a gaming mouse before, so this is my first gaming mouse. I wouldn't be the best person to ask about comparison to other mice, but I just know for my small, bear hands, this was perfect.
Long story short: The mouse works well and I absolutely fell in love with it. I initially used this for Overwatch because I have a claw grip and I liked having a Mouse 3 and 4. The DPI variations weren't much, but there was basically a slow, medium, and sensitive selection. Over time, I noticed the mouse started double clicking? Now, I'm not sure if it's because there's dust under my Mouse 1 button or if it's sticky--whatever the situation may be. I've tried cleaning the mouse with alcohol, air cleaner, re-installing it, etc., but I still dealt with a lot of double clicking. Now this only started to annoy me in Stardew Valley where I started to purchase double amounts of items when I didn't intend to do so. I think after it's one year usage, its time came to retire. I will most likely use this as a back up mouse!
P.S.: This mouse started becoming fun to use in clicker games :)
The software allows for RGB controls and adjustment of DPI and how many different DPI settings you can click through. It's fantastic and works extremely well. The sensor is a "flawless" sensor - and for 25 dollars, which this was on sale for at the time, it's the absolute best deal for a gaming mouse with a flawless sensor around. Ignore "gaming" mice that are cheaper or use lasers and have ridiculously high DPI, and get a logitech or another flawless optical sensor (not laser!) mouse. Check Rocket Jump Ninja's videos on youtube, he does unbiased detailed reviews on sensors and mice and helped me decide on both this and the G703. It'll change your game - literally.
Instead of returning it I'll just save it for an extra mouse.
- Solid build quality, has a certain soft matte texture which feels nice on the hand and it doesn’t rattle when shaken.
- Satisfying clicks due to the retention springs.
- 6 Mouse “feet”, previous versions only had 4 that caused them to wobble.
- Tacticle mouse wheel that scrolls in steps.
- Sleek design with LED honeycomb sides and G logo.
- Logitech software is simple and easy to use.
- Unique shape, I’d only recommend this for claw and fingertip grip users.
- No RGB, the LED only glows blue.
If you're a claw grip user then this mouse was tailor made just for you. You can also get by using the fingertip grip which is how I use the mouse albeit does feel kinda awkward. My thumb doesn't have a lot to grip on due to the fact that it rests on the hump. Also if you palm grip then I suggest you look elsewhere, the small size and awkward shape of the mouse will cause your hand to cramp.
This mouse is pretty good. Clicking felt great. They have a switch inside so that clicks feel responsive and not mushy like normal mice. So, any games that need rapid clicking, this will do the job. Also, changing the DPI on the fly is good to have as well.
The Logitech software is easy to use so that you could customize what each button does and have control over the blue light in the mouse.
My only gripe about this mouse is the shape. I feel like if I went with one of the SteelSeries mice, I'd enjoy the experience more. I believe this mice is shaped so that it will be able to serve both lefty and righty users. So, this is just a preference kind of thing. Overall, it's a good mouse for both in and out of gaming.
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Despite the odd shape, this mouse is actually quite comfortable to hold. I have fairly large hands as well and have had no issues. Though it does require a "claw" type grip, the grip comes fairly naturally.
The buttons, of which there are very few, are well placed and have a satisfying amount of travel. The buttons are fairly emit a noticeable clicking sound which I personally enjoy. No complaints on the cord either, it just does it's job.
This is a gaming mouse. God help you if you try to actually do any sort of word processing or web browsing with this thing. The scrolling wheel and the shape of the mouse are not suited towards anything except firing up a video game.
The scrolling wheel of the G302 has very defined steps, which makes it easy to accurately move only one step. The mouse is well weighted allowing for movements. As for the sensitivity toggle button, I still think that it's a stupid gimmick, but it functions quite well if you actually want to use it. There are four adjustable sensitivity settings for you to flip through and the button does not get in the way, so accidentally switching the sensitivity is unlikely.
I enjoy using this mouse for all kinds of vids, not just FPS. The ergonomics are well thought out and make the mouse comfortable to hold and use. The buttons have a satisfying amount of travel. Lastly, the G302 is durable. It feels well built, it looks well built, and it can take a fall (or an impact) At $40, this mouse is a great buy. Getting up to the 55-65 range, maybe not so much. Seriously though, this can't be your only mouse, you're going to need a second one for everything besides video games.
I've been using this mouse for almost a month now, I'll say it takes the cake from all the other mouses I used in the past.
It's not heavy
It's smooth and suitable for people with small/medium hands.
Mostly for craw grips, or fingertip grips.
May not be comfortable for people with large hands.
It may hurt your fingers after several hours of gaming sessions.
If you're a palm grip, then it may not be the best, but you'll (somewhat) get used to it.