Wednesday, July 30th 2014

Logitech Announces the G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse

Logitech, a leading innovator of gaming peripherals, today introduced the fastest gaming mouse ever made, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Ultra-Fast FPS Gaming Mouse. The Hyperion Fury features Logitech's exclusive Fusion Engine sensor technology that can reliably track over 500 inches per second (IPS) and Logitech's exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology for unrivaled accuracy.

"We took on the challenge of creating the world's fastest mouse in service of FPS gamers, and after three years of intensive R&D we are proud to launch a mouse that only Logitech could develop," said Ehtisham Rabbani, general manager of the Logitech gaming business. "The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury is the fastest gaming mouse, bar none, and the best mouse for high-speed FPS gameplay. Its lightweight design, combined with the precision and capability of the Fusion Engine, lets you make fast, furious swipes and dominate the battlefield, proving once again that Science Wins!"

The Fusion Engine in Hyperion Fury, created by Logitech engineers, solves a problem many FPS players have: their mouse can't track as fast as they can move. By combining state-of-the-art optical sensor technology with an accelerometer and gyroscope, the Fusion Engine provides unmatched tracking speed.

"Hyperion Fury is now the go-to in my hardware arsenal," said Braxton "Swag" Pierce, a Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) champion for iBUYPOWER. "It's the mouse I have been waiting for."

Superior Tracking Speeds
A 32-bit on-board ARM processor powers the Fusion Engine in Hyperion Fury, allowing reliable and accurate tracking speeds exceeding 500 inches per second. In addition, lightweight materials and low-friction feet allow for high-speed moves, while offering the most comfortable feeling.

Unrivaled Accuracy and Precision
The Logitech exclusive Delta Zero technology ensures pinpoint accuracy for Hyperion Fury. Four DPI settings can be accessed in an instant, so you can shift down for pixel-perfect sniping or shift up for high-speed maneuvers, all with maximum precision. Using Logitech Gaming Software, you can add a fifth DPI setting and customize the experience to your liking. With DPI shifting, Hyperion Fury can go from 4000 DPI to 240 DPI in the blink of an eye, giving you the flexibility to thrive in the chaos of battle.

Customizable Settings
Hyperion Fury features eight programmable buttons that can be configured for anything - whether complex macros or single keystrokes - using Logitech Gaming Software. Your personal configuration can be saved to onboard memory for maximum speed and accessibility. And with a consistent 1-millisecond report rate, Hyperion Fury ensures all your commands are executed as quickly as possible.

Pricing and Availability
The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning in August 2014, for a suggested retail price of $59.99.
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19 Comments on Logitech Announces the G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse

#1
buggalugs
How does this differ from the G502?
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#2
remixedcat
Looks like it's missing the two buttons below the scroll wheel. I have a G502 as well. Also it doesn't look like the G402 is tunable with weights and surface tuning like my G502
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#3
RejZoR
Seems like this one is inferior to G502. Makes sense considering it's cheaper as well. G502 has a 12k DPI sensor, this one only has 4k DPI. G502 also has adjustable weights, nothing such mentioned for G402. At least not here.
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#4
silapakorn
by: buggalugs
How does this differ from the G502?
From this picture alone here is my observation:
- G502 has a rugged surface for thumb area (you know, for better grip), but this one hasn't.
- G502 has a small button under the scroll wheel to change scrolling mode between normal and "smooth". This one has no such button, so I guess it can't change scrolling mode.
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#5
lZKoce
I put my hand on Proteus Core in one shop, which is similar to this one and I loved it! I only have one requirement: make it WIFI!!!!! PLEASE! Wireless now!
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#6
natr0n
I'm a fan of chinese knockoff gaming mice.
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#8
birdie
Another monstrosity, yet you can't buy the logitech g3 anywhere.
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#9
Ikaruga
If you are a true fps gamer who actually cares about best possible tracking, etc, then get the g400(s) while you can because this gimmicky "thing" with its inferior sensor will replace that product. :(
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#10
Sp33d Junki3
by: Ikaruga
If you are a true fps gamer who actually cares about best possible tracking, etc, then get the g400(s) while you can because this gimmicky "thing" with its inferior sensor will replace that product. :(
Have you tested the G402 to prove that? Nope.
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#11
Ikaruga
by: Sp33d Junki3
Have you tested the G402 to prove that? Nope.
I did not test this one ideed, but we gathered enough verified info on overclock.net to know enough. You don't need to jump off from a cliff to know it's gonna end bad, it's just science and facts.
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#12
eidairaman1
I got a Roccat Kone Xtd im waiting to use...
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#13
NC37
by: lZKoce
I put my hand on Proteus Core in one shop, which is similar to this one and I loved it! I only have one requirement: make it WIFI!!!!! PLEASE! Wireless now!
Look up G602.
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#14
remixedcat
Can't wait to see what they are gonna go for the G702
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#15
buggalugs
by: Ikaruga
I did not test this one ideed, but we gathered enough verified info on overclock.net to know enough. You don't need to jump off from a cliff to know it's gonna end bad, it's just science and facts.
Where?? Post a link. I tried the G400 as well as a bunch of other mice. The G502 has the best sensor so far and everyone on the net that has tried it seems to agree.
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Sp33d Junki3
by: Ikaruga
I did not test this one ideed, but we gathered enough verified info on overclock.net to know enough. You don't need to jump off from a cliff to know it's gonna end bad, it's just science and facts.
At OCN.net, no one even tried the G402 yet. How do you even know what sensor it has or how it works.
The only real problem with G502 is the mouse wheel.
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#17
remixedcat
What's so bad about the G502's mouse wheel? I have one and it's pretty comfy. (I also have a G700 and a G500 as well)
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#18
buggalugs
by: remixedcat
What's so bad about the G502's mouse wheel? I have one and it's pretty comfy. (I also have a G700 and a G500 as well)
The mouse wheel is the only criticism I have too, it just feels a little sloppy and loose on the G502 compared to my old mouse but Im kind of getting use to it now.
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#19
remixedcat
I do think the G700's scroll wheel is perfect.
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