Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse with High Speed Fusion Engine (910-004069)
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- Responsiveness:USB data format: 16 bits/axis USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms) Microprocessor: 32-bit
- Fusion Engine hybrid sensor,8 programmable buttons,On-the-fly DPI Switching,32-bit ARM processor,1 millisecond report,High-speed clicking,Full-speed USB
- 4 on-the-fly DPI settings,Tracking Resolution: 240-4000 dpi Max. acceleration: >16G* Max. speed: >500 ips*
- Glide:Dynamic coefficient of friction -: .09 µ (k)* Static coefficient of friction -: .14 µ (s)*
- Dimension and Weight: Height: 5.4 in (136 mm),Width: 2.8 in (72 mm),Depth: 1.6 in (41 mm) Weight: 5.1 oz (144 grams,mouse plus cable), 3.8 oz (108 grams,mouse without cable),Length Cable: 7 ft. ( 2.1 m)
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From the Manufacturer
- Exclusive Fusion Engine for speeds over 10 meters/second
- Delta Zero sensor technology for unrivaled accuracy
- Comfortable, lightweight design with PTFE feet for high-speed moves with less friction
- 1-millisecond report rate—the fastest possible over USB
- 8 fully programmable buttons
- Powerful 32-bit Arm Processor
- Onboard memory for profile storage
- 250 - 4000 DPI shifting with on-the-fly adjustment
G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse
The World’s Fastest Gaming Mouse
We stripped our G400s gaming mouse to its core and made it better, stronger and faster. Hyperion Fury’s exclusive new Fusion Engine offers tracking speeds so fast that your opponents won’t know what hit them. 8 programmable buttons and 4 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.
High-speed Fusion Engine
The exclusive Fusion Engine and Delta Zero sensor give you the power to track reliably and accurately at speeds that no other mouse can handle—as fast as 10 meters per second (420 ips). And with a 1-millisecond report rate, your moves are executed at the fastest speed possible over USB.
8 programmable buttons with onboard memory
Customize your gaming experience with programmable buttons you can save to Hyperion Fury’s onboard 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.
4 on-the-fly dpi settings
Instantly downshift for pixel-perfect sniping or shift up for high-speed maneuvers—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 personalize 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.
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.
The gaming mouse of champions
“The Hyperion Fury sensor allows a precision that no other gaming mouse can deliver. The G402 offers an impressive fluidity when doing small hand movements, pixel by pixel or when doing an aggressive move, for instance if an enemy surprises you and you need to turn around in the blink of an eye.” – Michael “HaRts” Zanada, French Vice Champion of eSports Counter Strike Global Offensive 2013.
- Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 7
- Powered USB port
- Internet connection and 100MB hard drive space (for optional software download)
* Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software, available at our official site.
** Tested on Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad.
*** Tested on wood-veneer desktop.
What’s in the box
- User documentation
Tracking| Resolution: 250 – 4,000 dpi, Max. acceleration: >20 G**, Max. speed: > 420 ips **
Responsiveness| USB data format: 16 bits/axis, USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms), Microprocessor: 32-bit.
Glide| Dynamic coefficient of friction – Mu (k): .10***, Static coefficient of friction – Mu (s): .15***
Durability| Buttons (Left/Right): 20 million clicks, Feet: 250 kilometers.
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|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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Hyperion Fury is the world's fastest gaming mouse, with Fusion Engine technology that tracks at speeds over 400 IPS, plus 8 programmable buttons and 4 DPI settings.
Top Customer Reviews
Warning: very detailed review inbound :)
Background: Having used two Razer Deathadders for 7 years (one lasted 3 years and the other 4 before problems arose), and it being the only gaming mouse I've ever used, I felt like it was time for a breath of fresh air. I was also never too happy also with how my hand outgrew the mouse during those years, making my middle finger slightly produte out of the mouse in palm grip (my hand is 19.5 cm / 7.67 inches from wrist to tip of middle finger), so I wanted a mouse that was bigger than my hand for palm grip, while still being comfortable for fingertip grip, which I often switch to. After a few hours of research, I settled on this mouse. I had also considered its big brother, the G502, but it costs twice as much as the G402 in my country, its thumb rest has an ugly strip of bright blue, it seemed a bit less palm-grip oriented than the G402 and I didn't really need the bells and whistles of hyperscroll wheel and weight system. On to the review!
== Ergonomics & Feel ==
To me this is the most important aspect of a mouse, period. I use the mouse for several hours a day every day, so it's imperative that it doesn't make my wrist hurt. And so far, after two weeks using it, I can say it's quite good. Unlike the Deathadder, the tip of my middle finger doesn't bulge out from the right-click button, thanks to it being longer than the left-click button, a clever touch. It accomodates my palm grip well.
It took some getting used to, though, because this mouse feels large & bulky in the hand.Read more ›
1. Feel: Mostly matte black, MX518 is more glossy. Also, the 402 seems to glide more smoothly over the mouse pad than the 518.
2. Weight: Feels a little bit lighter than the 518. This may be a negative to some people I suppose, but not to me.
3. LED: Has a cool lit-up "G" on it which can be customized to any brightness and can be set to pulsate in some instances.
4. Wheel: The wheel is bigger (which I like).
It is worse than the MX518 in terms of:
1. Back/Forward buttons: These buttons are right up next to each other and feel exactly the same, so it is more difficult than it should be to differentiate between them. They should be slightly separated (like on the 518) to be able to feel which one is which.
2. DPI buttons: My biggest complaint with this mouse. These buttons are very awkward to press for me. I have to bend my index finger awkwardly to the outer side of the mouse to press them properly. They don't press straight down, you have to push them in and down, which means you have to move your index finger to the outside of the button to push it correctly. Not very efficient when you're trying to press it in the heat of battle. They should have designed these buttons to be pressed either straight down or (even better) down and outward.
3. Middle-click: The middle-click button on the wheel is just slightly harder to click than the 518. Not hard enough to make it a deal breaker, but worth mentioning.
Unfortunately, my MX518 needed to be replaced after so many years of faithful service, but the G402 is a decent replacement. Who knows, I may even get used to the awkward thumb buttons over time, but I'm not holding my breathe.
1 star down as maybe they didn't test this in anything but a super clean environment. It appears that around the friction pads on the bottom that there is a bit of exposed adhesive which quickly picks up dust.
The attached photo is from 1 month of use.
Previous Logitech mice I had never got this bad in their entire, 5+ year life spans.
The MX518 being the favorite for years among gamers, great feel, poorly placed sensitivity buttons, unable to program them.
G302 was a great mouse, few frills, few buttons, great clicks, one of the best mice I've ever used. However it was far too narrow and low profile for even an average sized hand. Major thumb cramps after extended use from the narrow grip.
Now the G403: Same width as the MX518 and almost as tall. MUCH better click response from the G402 over the MX518, same as the G302. The thumb buttons could be a little better placed, although I'm being super picky, we're talking a few millimeter shift in position, especially the "sniper button" on the thumb. The ability to set your custom sensitivity and polling rate (stored on mouse not pc) is great, I'm constantly switching from my laptop to my desktop.
So far it's the best replacement to the MX518 I've tried, almost better thanks to the removal of the MX518's DPI buttons.
Update 10/18: After using the G402 for several weeks; my hand is starting to develop painful cramps. I'm unable rest my ring finger comfortable on the mouse like my old MX518 or G5 because of the small lip and I think is causing the hand cramps (I use palm grip). The body of the mouse is too narrow for my hands; however, if your hand is not that wide then you'll be perfectly fine with the shape of the mouse.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had a Steelseries before and the mouse wheel broke. Was between this one and the 518 or whatever it's called, the metal super-durable one. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Kyle K
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