Logitech G502 X: The gaming mouse that evolves

Logitech G502 X
Logitech G502 X

This week Logitech has surprised with the announcement of a new generation of gaming-oriented mice that corresponds to nothing less than an improvement on the current G502 model. Under the names of Logitech G502 X, G502 X LIGHTSPEED and G502 X PLUS , these are three revolutionary versions in terms of available features.

Basically, the three versions arrive in stores in black and white and increase their performance with new brand technologies to reach official prices of 79 euros (wired), 139 euros (wireless) and 159 euros respectively . Below we review what are the main novelties in the new family of mice:

Logitech G502X Features

The three models of the Logitech G502 X series

Regardless of which of the three models is chosen, the main distinction is the inclusion of hybrid optical-mechanical switches called “LIGHTFORCE” to increase speed as well as optimize precise actuation with improved response . To achieve this, the benefits of optical switches are combined with the actuation sensation of classic mechanical models.

LIGHTFORCE uses galvanized contact parts inside the switch that employ the same system as mechanical switches . The bottom line is that the optical and mechanical triggers not only feel great on finger contact, but their ultra-low latency levels help you gain time to react in fast-action games.

Other features include a reversible and removable DPI toggle button to suit individual hand sizes and grip styles, a redesigned scroll wheel with greater stability and lightness , and a “HERO 25K” gaming sensor. ” that achieves a 1-1 ratio accuracy at the sub-micron level and with “Zero smoothing”, “acceleration” and “filtering” technologies.

Finally, it is worth mentioning that the Logitech G502 X PLUS version comes with “LIGHTSYNC RGB” technology to add lighting through eight customizable LEDs and with the ability to adapt as the user plays. startup and shutdown effects, and optimization of battery consumption through active game detection.

To you, what do you think of the new Logitech G502 X ? Do you think that these types of mice have a great advantage when playing compared to standard models?