Like a performance car, you won’t push it to its limits all the time, but having the potential is the important part of owning it. it might not be the most fashionable mouse — its gamer credentials and the Hyperion Fury moniker prevented that when it was still on the drawing board at Logitech labs — but it certainly is capable and there’s probably nothing you could do without causing yourself a serious whiplash injury that would confuse the G402′s internal sensors.
Our product reviews are presented thanks to Dick Smith. The $69. 96 Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury is a right-handed gaming mouse; it’s the latest in Logitech’s stable of G-series gaming peripherals and inherits a lot of its features from the extremely well regarded G400s.
The G402 has switchable DPI of 240-4000, which might seem low, but over that resolution it sports a high speed tracking capability of over 500 inches per second with 1 millisecond reporting — you could throw this mouse (across an appropriately low-friction surface) and it would keep perfect track of its position and performance.
Computer mice aren’t exactly the avant garde masterpieces that some laptops and smartphones have become; the G402 Hyperion Fury certainly looks extremely modern, but at the same time it’s a little too ‘gamer’, where a competitor like the SteelSeries Sensei is more understated and simple.
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