We have another gaming mouse from Logitech, and this time it’s the G502 Proteus Spectrum. To be honest, it’s one of the few mice from Logitech that has helped the company establish itself.
If you ask yourself, the Proteus Spectrum is just an updated version of the bestselling Logitech Proteus Core. The only difference is the inclusion of spectrum lighting. Logitech version of RGB lighting. Where the G900 Chaos Spectrum is built for enthusiasts who want to shoot at all fours, the Proteus Spectrum is aimed at users who do not want to spend a lot of money but still get the best of both worlds.
The Proteus Spectrum has a modest price, but for a modest price you get a host of features, including DPI up to 12,000 DPI
Speaking of technical knowledge: Logitech has not changed the original Proteus Spectrum, except for the fact that the RGB lighting system has been added, which has become almost industry standard and everyone uses it in its periphery, be it a mouse, a keyboard or a headset.
If we want to tell you how good the Proteus spectrum is, there’s a lot to tell. For starters, the mouse costs half of what some of the flagship mice cost. Apart from that, the mouse has an excellent price-performance ratio. 11 buttons that can be programmed as you like, a comfortable design that does not shy away from being stylish and has excellent tracking and response. So let’s take a look at the pros and cons.
- Excellent tracking and sensitivity
- DPI options ranging from 200 to 12,000 DPI
- 11 programmable buttons give you the freedom of customizing
- Gorgeous looking design that is practical as well
- Brilliant price to performance ratio
- The mouse is not built for left-handed use