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Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA gaming mouse

logitech-g302Swiss-based Logitech does have its fair share of gaming peripherals released in the past, ranging from tubthumping speakers all the way to keyboards and gaming mice that ought to fill a niche and purpose, depending on the gamer’s preference as well as genre of the game itself. Having said that, the Logitech G series of gaming mice have thrown up some noteworthy models in the past, including the Logitech G502 Proteus Core tunable gaming mouse, but today, the focus will be on the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA gaming mouse instead.

The Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA gaming mouse has been specially designed for and tested by professional gamers, so if it is good enough for those who earn a living from playing games, it ought to be good enough for you, too. In fact, the Logitech G302 has been designed to withstand the rigors of the highest tiers of professional eSports gaming, thanks to its exclusive metal spring button tensioning system that is touted to improve click responsiveness – crucial aspects whenever it comes to making in-game actions fast and accurate.

Apart from that, the buttons, shape and weight of this mouse have been uniquely tuned to the demands of professional MOBA gamers, sporting fast and responsive left and right-button clicking. To ensure that everything moves on without a hitch, the Logitech G302 also incorporates Logitech’s Delta Zero sensor technology, where it will merge exclusive lens design, illumination geometry, and algorithms so that one gets to enjoy the most accurate translation of hand movements to on-screen actions. This is starting to sound like a case to “play with it to believe it”, right?

Sporting six programmable buttons, you will also have the advantage of switching between the four DPI settings on the fly, allowing you to shift down for pixel-perfect targeting, or perhaps shift up for high-speed navigation without losing one bit of precision. It is said to have been tested for more than 20 million clicks, and those who are interested can pick it up for $49.99 a pop from this month onward.

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