Our winner and the first gaming mouse on the list is from Logitech. The G502 are for those who want to have a quality mouse to rely on, and pretty much a big chunk of the professional player base use this mice with confident. Proteus Spectrum is an updated version of the very popular Logitech Proteus Core. However, this version has RGB lightning that you can manage colors, cycle speed & patterns from Logitech’s fantastic software that comes with all gaming gear from them.
This mouse is customizable in every way you could imagine! It has 11 programmable buttons which can be key bound to what every use you want in games; this is also one of the biggest advantages it offers compared to others. You can add or remove up to 5 weights that come within the package, useful for those who prefer a light or heavy mouse, to make fast or precious movements.
It goes all the way up to 12 000 DPI, which we don’t really see a logical reason for. As the most players use somewhere between 400 – 1200. However, it shows the technology behind this mouse are very well made. You can set two different DPI settings and switch between the two with a handy button, works great if you need to instantly slow down the sensitivity to hit those shots with precision.
The button placement on this is awesome, and you will not bump into them by mistake. A unique feature is that the scroll has 3 different buttons you can bind. The regular mouse scroll button, as well as left & right side clicking the scroll. This opens up for some totally new opportunities and is easy to reach!
The mouse-wheel also has two spin modes you can switch between, one regular and one free roll. The left and right mouse buttons, which arguably is the most important on a mouse, have a very crisp and precise feeling to them. It has a nice clicking sound that provides a good feedback for the user. Overall a comfortable and well-made mouse for gamers.