Logitech unveils its new MOBA gaming mouse, Daedalus G302


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The Logitech G1 has been known as a premier standard mouse of many, if not most, Korean ADCs who play at a professional level. With the Daedalus 302, Logitech hopes not to recreate, but improve their MOBA specific branded mouse line. We’ve seen just how much Logitech has been improving their gaming peripherals over the past few years, and hope the Daedalus can deliver on its low priced yet high quality promises.

The Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning in November 2014, for a suggested retail price of $49.99 USD.

Check back with us in the next few weeks for an in-depth review.

This comfortable, compact and durable mouse was designed for and tested by professional gamers, such as Team SoloMid, Cloud9, CJ Entus Frost, CJ Entus Blaze and Invictus Gaming, and is designed to withstand the rigors of the highest tiers of professional eSports gaming.

This mouse features an exclusive metal spring button tensioning system that improves click responsiveness, and will ensure high performance and accuracy during your gameplay. The buttons, shape and weight of this mouse are tuned to meet the specifications of professional MOBA gamers.

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Warranty Information

2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty

System Requirements

Windows® 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 or Windows Vista®
Powered USB port
Internet connection and 100MB hard drive space (for optional software download)

  • Physical specifications
    Weight: 4.48 ounces (127 grams, mouse plus cable)
    Weight: 83.67 ounces (7 grams, mouse only)
    Length : 4.53 inches (115 mm)
    Width : 2.56 inches (65 mm) ProEXR File Description =Attributes= cameraAperture (float): 36 cameraFNumber (float): 8 cameraFarClip (float): 1e+030 cameraFarRange (float): 1e+018 cameraFocalLength (float): 40 cameraFov (float): 47.5 cameraNearClip (float): 0 cameraNearRange (float): 0 cameraProjection (int): 0 cameraTargetDistance (float): 200 cameraTransform (m44f): [{-0.165042, 0.959127, 0.229862, 22.2929}, {-1.38778e-017, 0.233058, -0.972463, 7.29947}, {-0.986287, -0.160497, -0.0384643, -3.91459}, {0, 0, 0, 1}] channels (chlist) compression (compression): Zip16 dataWindow (box2i): [0, 0, 4999, 4999] displayWindow (box2i): [0, 0, 4999, 4999] lineOrder (lineOrder): Increasing Y pixelAspectRatio (float): 1 screenWindowCenter (v2f): [0, 0] screenWindowWidth (float): 1 type (string): "scanlineimage" =Channels= A (half) B (half) G (half) R (half)
    Height : 1.46 inches (37 mm)
  • Package Contents
  • Mouse
  • User documentation
  • Technical Specifications
    6 programmable buttons
    On-the-fly DPI Switching
    Metal spring left/right button tensioning system
    1 millisecond reportLogitech_G302_Top[1]
    High-speed clicking
    Full-speed USB
  • Tracking
    Resolution: 240 – 4,000 dpi
    Max. acceleration: >20G*ProEXR File Description =Attributes= cameraAperture (float): 36 cameraFNumber (float): 8 cameraFarClip (float): 1e+030 cameraFarRange (float): 1e+018 cameraFocalLength (float): 40 cameraFov (float): 37 cameraNearClip (float): 0 cameraNearRange (float): 0 cameraProjection (int): 0 cameraTargetDistance (float): 200 cameraTransform (m44f): [{-1, 9.3982e-017, 7.85175e-017, 1.32489e-014}, {-6.16298e-033, 0.641144, -0.767421, 21.8019}, {-1.22465e-016, -0.767421, -0.641144, -25.4998}, {0, 0, 0, 1}] channels (chlist) compression (compression): Piz dataWindow (box2i): [0, 0, 4999, 4999] displayWindow (box2i): [0, 0, 4999, 4999] lineOrder (lineOrder): Increasing Y pixelAspectRatio (float): 1 screenWindowCenter (v2f): [0, 0] screenWindowWidth (float): 1 type (string): "scanlineimage" =Channels= A (half) B (half) G (half) R (half)
    Max. speed: >120 ips (3 m/sec)** Tested on Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad
  • Responsiveness
    USB data format: 16 bits/axis
    USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms)
    Microprocessor: 32-bit ARM
  • Glide
    Dynamic coefficient of friction*: .09 μ (k)
    Static coefficient of friction*: .14 μ (s)*Tested on wood-veneer desktop.
  • Durability
    Buttons (Left / Right): 20 million clicks
    Feet: 250 kilometers
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