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Logitech reveals G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA gaming mouse

Logitech has officially launched its brand new gaming mouse, made specifically with MOBA gamers in mind. The Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime is built for high speed clicking, featuring a metal spring tension system, improving left and right click responsiveness , the G302 is capable of registering up to five clicks per second, allowing gamers to keep up the pace.

Additionally, the G302 will utilize the ‘Delta Zero' sensor, which is made up of exclusive technology to ensure the most accurate translation of hand movements to on-screen actions. Some professional eSports teams have been working with Logitech to ensure this mouse meets the most demanding requirements, Jason “WildTurtle” Tran from Team SoloMid, commented, stating that the “tracking is impeccable”.


Additionally, Vincent Tucker, Director of Logitech Gaming has stated that it “built the G302 to meet the performance needs of the best eSports athletes in the world”, which may hold true as members of SoloMid and Cloud9 have been involved in the creation of this mouse.

“The G302 is the best mouse for MOBA gameplay combining comfort and durability with some of the most advanced technology available. It withstands the rigors of the highest levels of gaming, and enables extremely fast clicking and precise timing, which is critical, given that a victory or loss can be determined in milliseconds.”

The Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime will cost £39.99 in the UK and is expected to be available to purchase in the EU and US within the next week or two.

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KitGuru Says: The G302 sounds impressive for MOBA gamers, it will be interesting to see if the high click responsiveness has a big effect on gameplay and reaction time. Expect a full review from us soon!

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