Log­itech G402 Hype­r­ion Fury

Log­itech G402 Hype­r­ion Fury

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I'm gen­er­ally wary of any­thing that sounds gim­micky, and Log­itech's lat­est gaming mouse, the bombastically-named G402 Hype­r­ion Fury cer­tainly fits the bill. Log­itech claims that the G402 is the world's fastest gaming mouse, uti­liz­ing a new Fu­sion En­gine tech­nol­ogy, which com­bines state-of-theart op­ti­cal sen­sor with an on­board ac­celerom­e­ter and gy­ro­scope for un­matched track­ing speed. Ap­par­ently, the prob­lem FPS gamers face is that their mouse can't track as fast as their hands can move. This is where the Fu­sion En­gine, which un­der­went no less than three years of R&D, can help. The end re­sult is a mouse that boasts track­ing speeds of over 500 IPS (inches per sec­ond). Skep­ti­cal? So was I.

Space-age tech­nol­ogy aside, the G402 ba­si­cally re­sem­bles a cheaper ver­sion of Log­itech's G502 Pro­teus Core mouse. It has a sim­i­lar shape and size to the G502 (which it­self is based on the old G400, and even older MX518), and uses the same smooth, matte black plas­tic build for the bulk of the mouse, with a grippy rub­ber­ized ma­te­rial in the thumb and pinky grooves. The thumb ledge is a bit smaller, and it doesn't have the strip of blue color that the G502 had, but the mouse is still ex­tremely com­fort­able to hold in ei­ther a palm or claw grip. Any­one com­ing from a MX518 or G400 will feel right at home. The mouse is com­pletely black, ex­cept for a pul­sat­ing blue ‘G' logo that lights up when the mouse is plugged in. One thing to note is that the G402 is slightly lighter than the G502, weigh­ing 108

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