The Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime ships in a small rectangular box with an image of the product visible on the front.
The side lists several key specifications, such as the maximum DPI, glide efficiency and the life expectancy of the left and right mouse buttons. Our review unit shipped from Germany and the packaging was badly mistreated by the courier.
On the back of the box you will find a quote from ‘WildTurtle’, who plays for Team SoloMid. This isn’t anything new, we tend to see endorsements from pro-gamers on the back of many peripheral boxes these days.
The back of the box also notes that this mouse uses the Delta Zero optical gaming sensor, which will please the audience who don’t like laser mice.
Once you open up the box you will find the mouse, held in place by a plastic shield. The G302 is an ambidextrous shape, meaning that it should fit most grip styles fairly well.
Here we can see that this mouse only ships with two re-programmable buttons on the side – this is normal for mice of this shape as there isn’t really enough room for more.
We can also see that both sides of the G302 have lighting grills. These are merely here for appearances- I think they look quite nice, particularly with the lights on.
Things remain simple on the top of the mouse with just one extra re-programmable button.
If you are the kind of gamer that likes to use a lot of extra mouse buttons for different commands, then do keep in mind that the G302 only has three of them.
Overall, I like the simple design. The ambidextrous shape will suit many, the lighting grills on the sides look very nice and there aren’t too many buttons.