Amazon has the Logitech G502 Hero gaming mouse on sale for $39.99. That’s a match for the lowest price we’ve seen. It hasn’t dropped this low very often, basically just for the holiday shopping season. The mouse sold for around $50 for most of the last year. The price isn’t the same at all retailers, and you’ll still find it going for $48 at Best Buy.
Logitech G502 Hero high performance gaming mouse black
Uses high-performance 16K DPI sensor. Huge adjustable range as well. Has 11 customizable buttons with onboard memory so you can store different combinations per game. Has RGB lighting and LightSync to pair with other gear.
$50.00 $10 off
The Logitech G502 Hero is a wired gaming mouse with a 16,000 DPI sensor. That’s a lot of DPI, which means this mouse has superior accuracy and responsiveness. Plus it’s adjustable so you can find the perfect setting for the perfect gaming speed.
You’ll find 11 total buttons on the mouse, and each one of them is customizable so you can set it to do what you want. The mouse even has on-board memory so you can save up to five different profiles directly on the mouse. That’s convenient because it means you can travel with the mouse, even plug it into a different system, and still set your buttons to do exactly what you want. And you might want different buttons doing different things if you play a lot of different types of video games. Side buttons can be used much differently in a real-time strategy versus a shooter or RPG.
This is a mouse designed with elite and competitive gamers in mind. Beyond the DPI sensor and customizable profiles, it also has an adjustable weight system. That’s particularly important to people who care very strongly about even the most precise movements. There are five removable 3.6 gram weights inside, which you can take out or replace based on your needs.
Logitech’s LightSync technology means that not only are the lights RGB, so you can pick from millions of colors, but they also sync with other Logitech gear for a uniform and colorful look.
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This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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