There was no need to vote, as Logitech scored a headshot in the
nomination round of this year’s gaming mouse Co-Op. The G502 had four times as many recommendations as the next closest mouse, and it’s easy to see why.
It’s been three years since we last asked you to pick the best gaming mouse, so it’s time for a…
Read more Read Logitech G502 Proteus Core (or Spectrum, for people like me who’ve gotta have purple :3)On the fly DPI settings, a DPI “sniping” toggle switch, multiple profiles that you can also switch to on the fly. It’s got everything! - ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ : Scott Pruitt Is Making Me Extinct It’s worth mentioning that all the buttons are configurable, and the sniping button can be used as a modifier to double the number of buttons you’ve got.I use the DPI buttons as volume control, or to play and pause with the modifier button. The scroll wheel also does side to side, so I use that to skip tracks with the modifier button. Full media control all on the mouse. - Gmartin Do you really need me to go through all the effort of an image and a link? We have our own Reddit community =P. Lots of buttons; great ergonomics, great sensor, mouse wheel free-spin toggle, unnecessary RGB... - thejerkstoreNA
If Amazon’s out of stock,
you can also grab it from Best Buy. Honorable Mention
The three most popular nominees were all from Logitech. The
G602 packs in 11 customizable buttons, while the simpler G403 comes in both wired and wireless varieties.
If you aren’t a Logitech fan,
Roccat’s indulgent Leadr and Razer’s 16,000 DPI Basilisk both garnered plenty of support as well.