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Logitech - G502 Proteus Spectrum Wired Optical Mouse

( 4.8 Average / 185 Ratings )





G502 Proteus Spectrum

Part #

(or) 910-004615
(or) 910-004633





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soccerninja_21 31 points 39 months ago

I cant get used to having more than one profile. Good build and look.

jonathansun728 68 points 38 months ago
from completed build Skylake Evolv Build

The best mouse in the market imo. I waited for this one instead of buying the Proteus Core, cuz I love em LEDs.

SHIBBY927 11 points 38 months ago
from completed build SHiBBY's 8350/390X Build

Really really loving this mouse so far. I was a big fan of the G9X the last time I had a PC, and I'm happy I decided to stick with Logitech. Logitech's software is intuitive, easy to use, and offers a ton of customization features. I chose the Proteus Spectrum over the Core model because of the RGB LEDs so I could better match the blue with my blue/black theme. This mouse really is an excellent all around mouse. I prefer to palm grip my mouse and it fits very comfortably in my hand, though I don't have huge hands, so I could see where someone with larger hands might be a bit perturbed by the somewhat narrower profile of the mouse. Really love the fit, finish, and the feel of everything. The buttons are well place, clicking feels great, and the mouse wheel is nice and clicky. Switching between DPI settings is a cinch as well, and can be fine tuned through their software to fit your preferences.

All in all just another great product from Logitech, a company I've bought a lot of peripherals from over the years. I almost jumped to a Corsair mouse, but I'm glad I chose to stick with Logitech.

hornetassassin 10 points 38 months ago
from completed build Karl

very nice mouse fits my hand perfectly, all the buttons are easy to reach.

Robrobchicago 11 points 37 months ago
from completed build Robrob's VR Ready Nerdbox

WHile things like on the fly dpi switching is a bit overkill for me, I love the scroll wheel "clutch", and appreciate the overall ergonomics, even if the styling is a bit cyber dorkish. Wish they would follow up with a mouse equivalent of the G810 (something a bit more understated and grownup)

Ping_Law 5 points 35 months ago
from completed build Dong V2

Very comfortable mouse and the extra buttons and on board profiles are very handy.

Chaz27 18 points 35 months ago

expensive and heavy but other than that its a great mouse.

Orangekickin 26 points 34 months ago

Best mouse I've owned. The only issue though is when you're in a heated moment, flailing your mouse around, the bottom plate that covers the magnetic weights can come off (on rare occasion). It can be annoying and takes you a couple seconds to put back on. If only the G502 didn't rely on the magnetic pull for one side of the latch, and just made both insert-able slots for a stable cover hold.

Otherwise, it has an awesome feel to it, people seem to love this mouse as it's remained pretty popular over the years. There are a lot of extra buttons, high dpi, rgb customization and I definitely recommend it if you have the extra funds for gaming's sake.

lcire 14 points 34 months ago

no perfect grip for me but its been good so far

shottycall 8 points 33 months ago
from completed build Kindling

I'm really disappointed with this mouse. I've had a cheap $11 ET X-08 Gaming mouse for over a year and always thought my aim would be so much better if I had one of those expensive gaming mice...well I finally went for one and...meh. After 3 days of using it and tuning the custom DPI settings it's about the same as my cheap mouse. I understand it has custom tuning, RGB, profiles, etc but that stuff isn't really necessary. Also since I installed the logitech gaming software my non logitech keyboard and PS3 controller have been acting a little finicky. I see no reason to spend $60+ on a mouse unless you just have the money.