Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse with High Speed Fusion Engine (910-004069)
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- World's fastest gaming mouse: Fusion Engine technology and 1MS report rate enables tracking speeds of up to 10 meters/second (420 ips)
- 8 programmable buttons: Customize your gaming experience and save button settings to the onboard memory
- 4 on-the-fly DPI settings: Shift instantly from pixel precise targeting to lightning fast maneuvers (250 to 4000 DPI)
- 32-bit Arm Processor: Powers incredible tracking speeds; allows you to save and playback your macros
- Lightweight, streamlined design: Optimal weight, shape and feel for absolute gaming comfort and fast, furious swipes
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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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Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse
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After using some other gaming mice - in hindsight - the fact that the tops of the left and right mouse buttons are uniformly rounded convex through-and-through with no indentation for your index and middle/ring fingers feels a little odd and less-comfortable than it could be. Another cheapo Hong Kong special gaming mouse sold under the VicTsing name but produced by Easterntimes Tech I recently purchased is actually way more comfortable in the hand, despite it's much lower-quality construction and functionality and the weird hexagonal pattern on the side which isn't very pleasing to the touch. VicTsing 2.4G Wireless Gaming Mouse, 5 Adjustable DPI Mice(4800, 2000, 1600, 1200, 800), 7 Button for Laptop Computer Macbook Gamers
The thumb wing could also be slightly larger, and the "sniper" button and G7/G8 buttons could be slightly closer to the back of the mouse, as you have to stretch your fingers forward to hit them. But, consequently, I've never accidentally pressed either one of the buttons, so it's a pro/con situation. If you have long fingers and use a claw-style grip, this is the PERFECT mouse for you. I just have short fat stubby fingers and I palm-grip the mouse.
The only other gripe I have about this mouse is that the cable isn't braided, which means it sometimes gets caught on my keyboard, and the USB plug head is absurdly long, which means if I were to accidentally pull on the mouse lead for some reason, the resulting fulcrum would have a higher potential to damage the mobo than if it were to have a shorter plug head.
5/5, would recommend.
Edit 2: RMA successful. They sent me a new mouse and it's working great so far.
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 protude 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. Even though it's curvy, I sometimes feel like I'm holding a square mouse because of how bulky it feels in the hand. It certainly feels quite different from the Deathadder, though not in a bad way, and now I'm used to it.
I particularly like the thumb area for this mouse, which is curved inwards and accommodates the thumb very well. Since it's much smaller than the G502's thumb rest, I was afraid my thumb would fall off the side due to insufficient support, but I'm happy that that's not the case! Even if I relax my thumb completely, it's fully supported by the "thumb flap".
One thing I'm not a big sucker for is the textured area for the pinky finger (and ring finger in my case as well) (see Amazon's pictures for this mouse). Feeling that texture is distracting sometimes for palm grip and I would prefer if it was smooth. That's just my preference, though, and I can see how many people would like it. It also feels much better when I switch to fingertip grip.
April 2017 edit: I haven't been "distracted" by the texture in a long while. Grew used to it, I guess.
I must note that, in my standard palm grip, the thumb "sniper" button is JUST out of reach, so I have to switch to a slightly more sideways-oriented palm grip in order to use it. See comparison pictures I attached. While kind of annoying, it does have the upside of making it impossible for me to accidentally press the sniper button during regular usage. Also, in fingertip grip my thumb rests directly on top of the button, so it's only really an issue for the palm grip.
April 2017 edit: Due to this, I NEVER use the sniper button for anything. It might as well not exist.
Overall, I'm quite satisfied with the ergonomics and feel of this mouse for both grip styles! Can't comment on claw grip, as I never use it.
== Buttons ==
The sniper button was already discussed above.
The two buttons above the thumb are quite easy to press. I set them to Page Up and Page Down, as I work as a translator and scroll through long documents all the time, and I have no issues whatsoever with it, both buttons being very comfortable to use.
The DPI buttons near the left-click button, though, are not as good. I find that I press the more frontal button (nearer the tip of the finger) with my fingertip, and the other button with the joint near the fingertip, because if I were to press it with the fingertip, I would have to curve my finger awkwardly in order to make the fingertip reach it. It's not uncomfortable nor hard to do this, but takes some getting used to.
The scroll wheel is notched, and the scroll wheel button makes a satisfying "thud" when you press it. No complaints in this department.
== Software ==
This mouse's software is MUCH better than the Razer Synapse. It doesn't have cloud based saving, so I didn't have to create an account to use the software, which is always a plus. Right away it offered to update the mouse's firmware, which went very fast and hassle-free.
I particularly like the software's ability to assign different button profiles for each application or game, and you can create new profiles for whatever application you want. It also has a list of games with profiles for that specific game. So for instance, if I choose The Witcher 2 preset, it will display commands such as "Switch to Steel sword", "Switch to Silver sword", "Cast Quen magical sign" etc. that you can assign to any of the mouse's buttons, so you might for instance change the DPI buttons to switch sword buttons in that particular game, but keep the DPI functionality for every other game. It makes me really pissed at Razer now that they never added that for my Deathadder!
It disappointed me though that the game profiles list doesn't seem very up to date. It still doesn't have a profile for Evolve for example, which is a shooter released in February 2015. I had to manually create a profile for that game and assign the buttons to keyboard keys, e. g. the R key so that the gun reloads, rather than the pre-named function "Reload weapon" that would be present if the game was in the list.
Also, please note that the application-specific buttons functionality is stored on the computer instead of the mouse; if you brought the mouse to a LAN party or something, you'd have to switch to the mouse's onboard memory for your DPI and other settings to be carried over, and set generic button functions instead of app-specific.
You can configure up to 5 DPI/sensitivity settings, the lowest of which is always the one the sniper button switches to when you hold it, and instantly switches back to the previous setting when you release it. So, if you set the mouse to the lowest of the 5 settings, the sniper button will do absolutely nothing. You can of course set the sniper button to do something else instead of sensitivity-related, like any other button.
You can configure the "G" logo's luminosity level, disable it or add a breathing effect to it, and there's a "Sleep timer" functionality that turns the light off it the mouse is not used for a set amount of time.
It has a few more functions, I recommend watching a video on Youtube that walks you through each button on the interface so that you get a complete picture of it. I'm very pleased with the software, and it's leaps and bounds better than Razer Synapse in every way!
== Materials & Aesthetics ==
This mouse looks CLASSY! It uses different materials for each area. The thumb area is made of some sort of rubberish, leatherish material that feels good. The click buttons are made of smooth plastic that also feels good. There is a strip of glossy, reflective plastic that curves around the glowing "G" logo and into the scroll wheel, which looks really, really good and contributes much to this mouses' classy look. The buttons are made from this same glossy plastic as well. Pinky finger area is made from the same material as the thumb one, only textured. The mouse doesn't feel cheap at all; I feel like I could squeeze it with all my might and it wouldn't crack or break.
Of special note is that the cord isn't braided, which is AWESOME! I always facepalm when people actually mark "non-braided cord" as a negative for a product! That stuff would always get stuck behind my desk and tug on the mouse, so I often had pull my Deathadder to bring the cord forward (which makes me wonder why I never taped the damn thing to the desk surface). It also frayed. The plastic cord is much more flexible, doesn't get stuck, and doesn't fray. Braided cords are a marketing gimmick, and people actually fall for it. At least it's less ridiculous than "gold-plated USB", now THAT is a waste of perfectly good gold! This mouse also has sense enough not to come with gold-plated USB.
= Performance ==
I'm not really suited to evaluate the performance, because I use low DPI (currently set to 720), so I don't really care that the mouse can go up to 4000 DPI, as I'll never use it. Despite the low DPI, I also don't do fast swipes with the mouse (I don't play CS, Quake or any such type of shooter), so I can't judge its accuracy in high speed. What I CAN evaluate is its precision in everyday usage and non-fast gaming, which is superb! The purely-optical sensor is more precise than my Deathadder with the hybrid laser-optical 3500 DPI sensor was. I'm afraid that's all I can offer in this department :/
== Conclusion ==
I wanted to give this review 4.5 stars, but it only accepts whole numbers, so 4 will have to do. It doesn't get 5 stars because the game profiles list is not up to date, the DPI buttons could be better, the sniper button could be easier to reach, and the click became defective after less than 2 years of use (successfully got a new one from RMA, though). but I'm very satisfied with this beautiful, well-performing, quality-oozing mouse regardless!
im more of a hybrid between palm and claw grip, from a personal standpoint the mouse feels good in the hand. it does feel sometimes that my thumb and pinky are too close in that squeeze position, but not enough to bother me much. i have just a little larger than avg male hands.
it has a very smooth glide and whips across my cloth mouse pad. the feet seem sturdy enough to last a while, the specs say they do.
all of the clicks on the mouse are nice. only the dpi down switch is a little bendy'ish feeling. the mouse clicks feels a little dampened though, the click isnt as crisp as the other buttons.
only the scroll wheel feels a little cheap. hard click and scrolling and i really dont like the it.
THE SNIPER BUTTON IS ACTUALLY USEFUL LOL. i thought id rebind it instantly, but im using it quite a bit for lots of medium/long range weps.
the cord is stiff like others say.. it does happen to sometimes get in the way. even with it anchored properly, its like wearing over-starched dickies with speedo's.