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Prime Day special: The Logitech G502 gaming mouse is the cheapest it’s been

Grab a fantastic 44% discount on this popular gaming mouse

The Logitech G502 is among one of the most popular gaming mice on the market, and for good reason. It has 11 programmable buttons, Logitech’s famous ‘Hyper Scroll’ wheel, a flawless PMW3366 optical sensor that can operate at up to 12,000 DPI, has a compartment to add additional weights and RGB lighting.

It’s normally priced at £60 but on Prime Day the mouse has come down to £33 – the cheapest we’ve seen it in a while. It’s an incredibly tempting deal, given most mice at this price don’t offer the same performance or functionalities.

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There’s a reason it’s so popular, the G502 has fantastic ergonomics that are suited for palm or fingertip grip users; the thumb rest makes it fit like a glove. It’s functional, too – the mouse has 11 programmable buttons that can be customised to your liking through Logitech’s Gaming Software.

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This mouse also features one of Logitech’s signature features: the Hyper Scroll wheel that infinitely spins on a bearing. You can disable this feature on-the-fly and revert back to a traditional clicky wheel, too.

Unlike most gaming mice, the G502 has a compartment to add additional weights. There are five sets of 3.6g weights (18g in total) that can be inserted underneath the 121g mouse to make it heavier.

As for performance, Logitech opts for PixArt’s PMW3366 optical sensor. This flawless sensor can work up to 12,000 DPI, has excellent 1:1 tracking capabilities and doesn’t suffer from any acceleration or deceleration problems.

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Finally, to add to the aesthetics, there are two customisable RGB zones – one by the Logitech ‘G’ logo and another that shows the DPI level; and with Lightsync, you can match it with your other Logitech peripherals.

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