February 10, 2016

In a move that’s probably targeting the anti-gamers of the world, Logitech has released the G502 Proteus Spectrum Gaming Mouse – basically, a mouse that changes light colours. With RGB customisable lighting, the new and improved Logitech G502 opens a whole new door to gaming in style. And when they said customisable, they really weren’t kidding – you can adjust the mouse’s lighting and choose from up to 16.8 million colours. Bring it to life with the cyclic breathing light patterns; or just set it to sleep when you aren’t using your system.

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And obviously, this new magpie feature doesn’t discount its optimal performance as a gaming mouse. Gamers will recognize the same impressive features of the Spectrum’s younger brother the G502 Proteus Core. The powerful optical sensor (PMW3366) means reliable targeting and tracking accuracy, boosted by a huge DPI range of 200 to 12,000 – so you’ll never lose sight of your target(s). There are 11 programmable buttons that let you set up one-button triggers and customise commands so you can adjust everything to your gaming style. And nothing beats having a personal touch – customise the overall weight and center of balance via the five 3.6g weights in the mouse, to create a mouse that feels just right for you.

A certain Lizzie McGuire once sang, “Yesterday my life was duller; now everything’s technicolour.” We believe that sums this up nicely.



Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum, $129, available at all Logitech stores. gaming.logitech.com