Logicool - Tunable gaming mouse with 11 programmable buttons

Logicool is going to start selling the Logicool G502 Tunable Gaming Mouse on May 16.

It's a wired gaming mouse that has a high-precision optical sensor. There are 11 programmable buttons, DeltaZero Sensor Technology that can increase the accuracy of operation performance, and Sensor Calibration function that optimizes its performance according to the installation surface.

In addition, in order to fit your play style, you can tune the weight and balance of the mouse. It can carry a maximum of 5 weights, each weighing 3.6g and resolution can be changed from 200 up to 12000 dpi depending on what kind of bore weapons are being used and the war situation.

It also features a dual-mode scroll wheel, on-board memory that can save 3 profiles, a durable cable, and low-friction feet.

  • Price: ¥6,980
  • Size: 75x40x132mm
  • Weight: 168g
  • Interface: USB
  • OS: Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista
  • Software: Logicool Gaming Software required through download at Logicool's website
  • Mouse button life: 20,000,000 clicks


Logicool G502 Tunable Gaming Mouse is available here.

 

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