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Logitech G302 ‘Daedalus Prime’ MOBA Gaming Mouse Review

We are impressed with the overall quality of the Logitech G302 MOBA gaming mouse. It is lightweight which makes it conducive for swift, complex movements. The Delta Zero optical sensor delivers excellent tracking performance and while the mouse only has a maximum DPI of 4000 we do feel many companies chase very high dpi figures just for marketing purposes.

The metal spring tension system found inside the left and right mouse buttons works exceptionally well – it is easy to tell the difference when comparing mice. That said, unless you are a hardcore MOBA player, we are not sure many will be able to tell the difference in response times.
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Logitech’s gaming software is intuitive and fully loaded, as we would expect. There are plenty of great customisation options but given that this isn’t an RGB product, the lighting suite is pretty basic.

The G302 ‘Daedalus Prime’ has only three extra buttons for setting up commands or macros, so if you require a more sophisticated configuration then this product may not tick all the necessary boxes. For my own gaming style, the G302 was more than enough.

You can pick up the Logitech G302 MOBA Gaming Mouse from Logitech’s own online store for £39.99 – a fair price given the level of quality on offer here. In fact, given the choice, I would probably choose this mouse over something more expensive, such as the SteelSeries Sensei.

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Pros:

  • Easy to use software.
  • Solid build quality.
  • Metal spring tension system.
  • Delta Zero optical sensor provides excellent tracking.
  • Price.

Cons:

  • Limited colour options.

KitGuru Says: The Logitech G302 carries the same level of quality as many high end mice. At just £40, it would be difficult not to recommend it. 

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Rating: 8.5.

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