Back in 2014, Logitech launched the G502 Proteus Core gaming mouse, which swiftly became a favourite amongst PC gamers and received plenty of critical praise. Now, the mouse is getting a revamp, with Logitech set to release the G502 Proteus Spectrum later this year, the company has announced today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The G502 Proteus Spectrum comes equipped with the Logitech G Delta Zero sensor, which has carried across multiple mice at this point and has proven to be very good each time, with DPI settings ranging from 200 to 12,000.
On top of that, you will be able to customize your experience with five different weights in the mouse, this way, you can make the mouse lighter or heavier depending on your preference. The big craze in peripherals right now is RGB lighting, so Logitech is also including that here, giving users 16.8 million colours to choose from in order to fit the theme of their set up.
The mouse will cost £69.99 from the Logitech store and is already available for pre-order though we would encourage you to wait for reviews to hit before making any purchase decisions.
KitGuru Says: The G052 Proteus Core went on to be a hugely popular gaming mouse so it's exciting to hear that it will be getting an upgrade this year. Do any of you currently use the G502? Are you planning on getting a new gaming mouse this year?