[done] Logitech's G402 "Hyperion Fury" is World's Fastest

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DJ_Nenz

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Why do all of these "gaming mice" look like they would hurt my hand?

I'll stick with my M500.
My Logitech MX512 is still kicking like a champ and I got it around a decade ago. It's primarily a backup, and rarely used anymore versus my G600, but after having a Razer Naga die in about 2 years and a Black Widow Ultimate doing the same; Logitech gets all the points for me, personally. In my humble opinion, however, that mouse looks far more comfortable than, say, a Cyborg RAT 9, for example. If it's marketed towards gamers, it's gotta be flashy and angular and have LEDs all over the place, right? I mean none of us like minimalism or simplicity or form/function over asthetics, right? :p
 

Vlad Rose

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Why do all of these "gaming mice" look like they would hurt my hand?

I'll stick with my M500.
My Logitech MX512 is still kicking like a champ and I got it around a decade ago. It's primarily a backup, and rarely used anymore versus my G600, but after having a Razer Naga die in about 2 years and a Black Widow Ultimate doing the same; Logitech gets all the points for me, personally. In my humble opinion, however, that mouse looks far more comfortable than, say, a Cyborg RAT 9, for example. If it's marketed towards gamers, it's gotta be flashy and angular and have LEDs all over the place, right? I mean none of us like minimalism or simplicity or form/function over asthetics, right? :p
I've had similar bad luck with Razer products... about 6 months has been the usual lifespan. I also have a Logitech MX512 that's still been kicking for about the same amount of time. Currently I'm trying a Perixx mouse (German brand I've been told) that I got for free. 6+ months and no issues so far, so here's crossing fingers.

With the mouse being shown, it doesn't look that uncomfortable. I will say that the sensitivity is way overkill though.
 

BigMuffinMan

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I have researched this mouse a little bit and it seems to have a 3310 sensor, which is inferior to the g502.....I don't see the advantage of this mice over the g502, except it may be 10-20 bucks cheaper
 
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