Model: G302 Daedalus Prime
Price: ~£50 (at time of review)
Founded in 1981, Swiss technology giant Logitech has always pushed the envelope when it comes to performance and quality with its products. Nowadays Logitech makes a variety of computer peripherals, with the range including mice, keyboards, headsets, webcams and speakers.
Logitech launched their Logitech Gaming brand last year with a few minor upgrades to existing mice but giving the impression that a lot more was on the way. That was no illusion either, since they we have had some fantastic mice come our way such as the transformer esque G502 and the lightweight fps hero that is the G402.
Today I have my hands on yet another new mouse from Logitech, the G302 Daedalus Prime which is a mouse specifically designed for MOBA players. Your reaction to that sentence was probably the same as mine, what makes a mouse specifically good for MOBA games? Well, the stand out feature for me seems to be the spring reinforced Mouse 1/2 buttons which promise to provide enhanced durability in the face of the click spam inherent in MOBA play which is actually quite a cool feature in my opinion, so long as it doesn’t inhibit switch feel.
Otherwise we have a small light shell and the same optical sensor as the G402 (sans the Fusion Engine) which both sound like a solid bet, so let’s get down to business and see if the mouse stacks up as well in testing as it does on paper.
More about Logitech:
Focused on innovation and quality, Logitech designs personal peripherals to help people enjoy a better experience with the digital world. We started in 1981 with mice, which (new at the time) provided a more intuitive way of interacting with a personal computer. We became the worldwide leader in computer mice and have reinvented the mouse in dozens of ways to match the evolving needs of PC and laptop users.
With products sold in almost every country in the world, Logitech’s leadership in innovation now encompasses a wide variety of personal peripherals (both cordless and corded), with special emphasis on products for PC navigation, gaming, Internet communications, digital music and home-entertainment control.