Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse Specs
6 programmable buttons
On-the-fly DPI Switching
Metal spring left/right button tensioning system
1 millisecond report
Resolution: 240 – 4,000 dpi
Max. acceleration: >20G*
Max. speed: >120 ips (3 m/sec)*
* Tested on Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad
USB data format: 16 bits/axis
USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms)
Microprocessor: 32-bit ARM
Dynamic coefficient of friction*: .09 μ (k)
Static coefficient of friction*: .14 μ (s)
*Tested on wood-veneer desktop.
Buttons (Left / Right): 20 million clicks
Feet: 250 kilometers
Priced at $50 MSRP, the G302 is about the same debut cost as the G500s (another mouse we liked), but has different features and use cases overall. As introduced with the Proteus Core (G502), Logitech promises zero acceleration, zero smoothing, and zero “correction” of the mouse in its movement. This ensures that the user's raw input is better-translated to the host PC, hopefully reducing chance of misclicks.
The G302 uses what the company calls a “metal spring tensioning button system,” which – in less marketing-y words – just means that the keyplate switches use springs that offer a more resolute kick and response upon clicking. This theoretically improves the accuracy of the click and reduces chance of sheer force applied to the switch.
Logitech's new mouse hosts six programmable buttons, positioned in the usual left thumb, top middle, and DPI switch areas.
The mouse is lightweight and meant to be thrown around, using a high-precision sensor with high-rated IPS (inches per second) movement. It's unlikely that you'll move your mouse faster than the sensor can detect, from what we've read.
The shape and size reminds us somewhat of the SteelSeries Sensei, given the G302's smaller stature and mobility.
- Steve "Lelldorianx" Burke.