Logitech unveils the fastest gaming mouse ever made, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury that promises to offer the blazing-fast tracking and pinpoint accuracy you need. The gaming company claims it’s able to accurately track ultra-fast swipes of up to 500 inches per second and is aimed towards first-person shooter (FPS) fanatics.
Many FPS gamers use a low mouse CPI (counts-per-inch, or how many pixels the pointer moves for each inch of desk space) for its accuracy. The problem is that you have to move the mouse across the desk platform to turn the camera. During these faster movements, especially at a high level of the game, the mouse’s laser/optical sensor can’t keep up and accuracy suffers. Logitech’s own G502 is able to track up to 300 inches per second.
By combining state-of-the-art optical sensor technology with an accelerometer and gyroscope, Logitech has branded the “Fusion Engine.” The Fusion Engine is powered by a 32-bit ARM processor inside the mouse itself.
Hyperion Fury features eight programmable buttons, a 1000Hz polling rate and in an instant DPI switching.
The G402 goes on sale in the U.S and Europe beginning August 2014 at a list price of $60.
For more details please check the G402 product page.