Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum is an upgrade of the 502 Proteus Core. Most of its features are similar to its predecessor with regard to color, design, and button placement. However, you will note a slight tweak on its customizable RGB lighting. Read on to find out more about this gaming mouse:
Spectrum boasts a black matte finish. With up to 11 programmable buttons Logitech’s 502 Spectrum, all your computing operations become a breeze. The first is the right and left buttons which hold up pretty well against finger sweat after a day’s use.
Both sides of the mouse are fitted with texturized rubber grips, but the left side also features a comfortable groove with three buttons: the DPI shift, the forward, and the back buttons.
The mouse also has two additional buttons under the scroll wheel. The top button is designed for hyper scrolling while the bottom enables you to switch between three gaming profiles (set up using Logitech Gaming software).
Also, the mouse boasts a dual-mode scroll wheel that aids in precision scrolling, and you can click in three directions (right, left, and middle).
The most notable feature is Spectrum’s dpi range of i200-12000; ca pretty handy feature for hard-core gamers. What’s more, you can adjust the polling rates between 125Hz, 500Hz, 250Hz, and 1000Hz.
When assessed for its surface-testing capability, the mouse can be used on a high-end mouse pad and standard office desk without much difference. Also, Spectrum’s large and spaced buttons are pretty handy for gamers.
When tested on video games like StarCraft 11, BioShock Infinite, and Batman: Arkham City, you will find that the mouse is ideal for first-person shooter (FPS) and real-time action. In each game, the mouse is incredibly responsive, precise, and accurate.
- Adjustable sensitivity of up to 12000 dpi
- Comfortable grip
- For right-handed people only
- Loud scroll wheel
Right-handed gamers will find Spectrum’s level of accuracy, precision, and customizability pretty useful when gaming. Its 11 programmable buttons and vast dpi range give it a slight edge over more expensive devices like the Corsair M65 RGB.