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Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime Review

Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime Review

MOBA gaming is growing, and so should the tech behind it. Logitech is by all means no slouch to this field. Enter the G302 Daedalus Prime: a very lightweight and reactive mouse like no other before. This sleek mouse feels comfortable in your hands and responds to your every movement, which is an essential attribute among the professional circuit of gaming. Popular teams are even welcoming it among its ranks, notably WildTurtle of TeamSoloMid fame.

Highlights of the G302 Daedalus Prime:

  • Resolution: 240- 4,000 dpi
  • Max. Acceleration: >20G
  • USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms)
  • Durablility of main mouse buttons: 20 million clicks
  • Delta Zero Sensor

While testing this out on various games, the Daedalus Prime felt natural and the 6-button layout is easily accessible to fast-reactive movements. The left/right buttons are very responsive and durable thanks to an improved metal spring tension system, so click away and watch that APM fly. With the four other buttons you can easily assign hotkeys/macros to the Daedalus Prime, and set DPI settings as it has an on board memory profile. With the Delta Zero technology, the mouse barely jitters for low-speed accuracy and has great adaptable surface reading whether its your desk or mousepad. Simply use the software to toggle the settings whenever you’re switching between surfaces.

The Daedalus Prime is also very pretty on the eyes. The lightweight material and matte finish makes it easy to touch and drag. The bottom surface of the Daedalus Prime is made to optimize the tracking, making it easy on the wrists with whichever DPI setting you use. You can appreciate the constant glowing G logo as the sides of the mouse pulse with a relaxing rhythm. By far as gaming mice are concerned, this is a staple improvement to what Logitech has previously offered and hopefully will fit the need of gamers from point A to point B. It certainly won this gamer over for sure.

 

†Played extensively with: Heroes of the Storm (Beta), Team Fortress 2, World of Warcraft, League of Legends, DOTA 2, Counter Strike: G O