Logitech Launches First-of-Its-Kind Tunable Gaming Mouse

We’re excited to introduce our newest Logitech G mouse, the Logitech® G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse, a mouse that combines the world’s best sensor technology with advanced surface and weight tuning to help gamers maximize their victory potential.

Check out this video from Chris Pate, gaming product manager, to learn more:

Your first chance to see it live in action will be the Logitech G booth (#448) at PAX East this weekend. So, if you’re headed to the show, make sure to stop by – you’ll also have the chance to tell us what you think of the mouse and win great prizes at our #LogitechGTV studio.

Those of you who can’t make it to the show can play along at home for your chance to win.  Just follow @LogitechG on Twitter and tweet your favorite video from the show with #LogitechGTV.

Let us know in the comments below, what do you think of the latest mouse from Logitech G?


  • Wow! This is the first the a Logitech gaming mouse caught my attention. Would it be possible if you can send one? Definitely would love to test and do a review on this.

  • Nice, but if you want to design a good gaming mouse, ask the public for opinions on concepts and don’t simply assume corporate designers or a small handful of self proclaimed pro gamers know what everyone else wants, when they probably don’t know themselves?

    The most massive flaw of all mice is the absence of small finger support aside from thumb support which isn’t as much of a problem if the mouse has a molded shape to cradle it. Small finger mouse mat drag is the number one problem with every mouse I have owned and the mice that do have it, place it in the wrong spot, particularly those whom like to partially ‘claw’ their mouse for better accuracy rather than palm-pushing a mouse around, where friction and hand/arm weight contribute to inaccuracy and slow response, even the weight of a mouse can overshoot the users demand for momentum to stop at any given point, so a weighted mouse is not always a good thing, only for the sake of keeping it’s footing grounded to the mouse mat.
    Some mice are able to extend to fit the users hand too or holding style, but this is not relevant to the majority of ‘claw’ holding gamers and only palm pushers would benefit from it. Width adjustment isn’t much of an issue if it’s average to fit most users.

    I still give different games a bash now and then for amuzement but for the most part I’ve well and truly past my gaming years now and nothing improved to my liking, I guess I’m fussy, but aren’t all consumers when it comes to selling a product?


  • I’d love one! But my question is… is there XP support? I’ve been looking to upgrade to a good mouse and this seems like the perfect one for me, unfortunately if there’s no XP support at this time I won’t be able to use it.

  • I’m Left Handed…

    Why you don’t make a mirror model for Left Handed ?! Please, don’t ignore us !

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