We just asked for programmable RGB LED lighting on Logitech's G502 Proteus Core mouse in our most recent build log, and the company has answered our call with its G502 Proteus Spectrum. That lighting can be synchronized with other Logitech G devices using the company's Gaming Software utility.
Like the G502 before it, this mouse features a 12,000 DPI PMW3366 optical sensor. Dedicated buttons allow gamers to switch between five different DPI modes on the fly. It's also built for durability. The mechanical microswitches under the main buttons are rated for 20 million clicks.
Logitech includes five 3.6g weights with the Proteus Spectrum to allow owners to configure the balance and weight of the rodent. The G502's 11 programmable buttons can be set up with pre-programmed or custom macros across multiple profiles. The G502 Proteus Spectrum will be available this month for a suggested price of $79.99.
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