Most gamers would know the existence of Logitech’s G502 gaming mouse, which is better known as “Proteus Core”. Today, Logitech introduced its sibling, the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum. It has all the great features and hardware from the Proteus Core, with the addition of customisable lighting.
Gamers are able to alter the lighting system on the Proteus Spectrum up to 16.8 million colours or switch to a breathing light pattern that cycles through the spectrum. Besides that, the mouse also features the PMW3366 sensor, alongside the company’s very own Logitech G DeltaZero optical sensor technology for improved tracking accuracy.
The Proteus Spectrum has an extensive DPI range from 200 and can go up to a maximum of 12,000 with zero sensor acceleration, zero smoothing, and zero pixel rounding. Other than that, gamers can also customise the weight of the mouse by arranging the small weights at the bottom of the mouse. The sensor on the mouse can also be calibrated according to the surface it is being used on, pretty cool feature if you ask me.
All the settings and customisation options can be found in the Logitech Gaming Software. All gamers have to do is download the software from Logitech’s website, install, and start customising the G502 Proteus Spectrum to their liking.
The Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum will be available from mid January and will go for RM369 (inclusive of GST). That’s RM90 extra compared to the G502 Proteus Core for the option to customise lighting. To learn more about the Proteus Spectrum, head on the Logitech’s official website.