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Fusion Engine Technology in the new Logitech Hyperion Fury G402

Fusion Engine Technology in the new Logitech Hyperion Fury G402

August 3, 2014 2:15 am0 comments

More economical than the G502 and lacking the Proteus Core sensor, but with its own sensory technology that gives it fantastic speed, acceleration and precision for FPS games. Its hybrid sensor gives it an exceptional tracking speed of 500 inches per second. Its maximum resolution of 4000 dpi sounds great for FPS (first-person shooter) gamers not looking to win any world championships.

Logitech Hyperion Fury G402

It’s also got eight programmable buttons, even though it’ll surely suffer from the same lack of functions we witnessed in our review of the G502.It also allows for the storage of up to four profiles that can be switched between on the fly and don’t require controllers to work.

This new model’s official price is 59.99 dollars, which puts it in a better price range than that of the G502 but is still only for those with deep pockets. At any rate, the prices of Logitech products like these usually drop to more attractive figures, so I’d wait to see it in local stores before deciding whether to buy it based on the price.

Logitech Hyperion Fury G402

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