Here we go again folks! Another mechanical keyboard review and it’s another Logitech. I gave the G710+ fairly high praise due to its G-keys, Cherry MX Brown switches and built-in on-the-fly macro programming. Well, it’s been a while and Logitech has been busy. Busy releasing the G910 Orion Spark and now the G410 Atlas Spectrum which I will review for your reading pleasure.
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The G402 Hyperion Fury is Logitech’s latest entry into the world of gaming mice. Its looks are reminiscent of the G502 Proteus Core mouse which was reviewed a few months back HERE. I guess you can consider the G402 a lightweight version of the G502 but don’t count this little guy out. It does have less features compared to its older brother but as a no nonsense hardcore gaming mouse, the Hyperion Fury can dish it...
Today I’m going to share my thoughts and opinions regarding Logitech’s newest gaming mouse. It’s unique in a few ways and in a market that’s saturated with gimmicks and bright colors, Logitech had always managed to keep things matte, sleek, and never strayed over to the side of gaudy and the G602 is no exception. Performance? Features? Ergonomics? Read on friend.