TechSpot: Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse Review

It's only been three months since we checked out Logitech's G502 Proteus Core, which made headlines with a record breaking 12,000 DPI sensor. While relatively few people will actually use such a high DPI, our hands-on time left us to conclude that the Proteus Core was Logitech's new go-to enthusiast mouse between its overall comfort, customizability and sub-$100 price tag.

Having set a new bar so recently, you might not have expected Logitech to announce another high-end mouse so soon, but the company is back to set another record with its G402 Hyperion Fury, an ultra-fast FPS (first-person shooter) gaming mouse. The G402 touts track speed of over 500 IPS (inches per second) using Logitech's Fusion Engine sensor technology, as well as the company's Delta Zero sensor tech for extreme accuracy.

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Will have to try it in my hands, but I liked the way the 502 felt a lot, with that thumb button.

I'm happy with my G602 though. :)

Wait a sec, a mouse moves a pixel at a time in most OS, this means a mouse can be as precise as the amount of pixels on a certain screen size. So this mouse is just prepared for the days we have 20k displays :p

So a way too precise mouse is only usefull if you set it to super super super sensitive which makes it almost impossible to use >.>

At typical USB refresh rates (125hz), you don't need to move your mouse very fast to cover more than 1 pixel per update. Actually it's very simple maths, as soon as you move faster than 125 pixels/second (which isn't very fast at all), you start losing precision. 1000hz makes a big difference.