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Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse $42 @ Harvey Norman

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Hi guys,
I was looking for a good gaming mouse over the internet ended up finding this at a cheap price compared to the other sites and I just bought the mouse and damn its good.
You can also price beat this at Officeworks as they seem to have it too.
I don't know if its an offer or not so grab it ASAP.

The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse has features that every avid gamer will love such as fusion engine high-speed tracking, programmable buttons, advanced sensors, and more.

Key Features
For an ultra-fast gaming experience, the G402 Hyperion Fury is created with sophisticated sensor technology.
The G402 has 8 customizable buttons that will surely fit your game style and play. Program it the way you want and be confident that winning is at your fingertips.
With a comfortable design, playing for long hours wouldn't hurt your hand and fingers, the Logitech Gaming Mouse is made for your maximum comfort during playtime.
High-speed clicking is no longer a problem because the 6402 Hyperion Fury is made with extremely high responsiveness.

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  • +1 vote

    This mouse has held value incredibly well. I paid $36 in June 2015 for it and it is still my daily mouse.

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    I've looked at this too. Seems to always be around 40 or discontinued. But wondering between this and 502 for the ability to change to smooth scroll wheel

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      Smooth scroll is amazing for long documents, browsing, data analysis, I honestly wouldn't buy another mouse without smooth scroll. And unwind the 502, it's awesome as a gaming and productivity mouse.

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        Yeah, getting down those infinite scroll websites.. I don't know how I'd do without.
        But is the 502 worth double? If I don't game.

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          No unless you particularly like it's characteristics when using it.

          The G502 is a relatively large, heavy mouse.

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          I'd say 402 would be fine for gaming, but since you don't game, infinite scroll using 502 or something equivalent would be a must imho.

          I'm not much of a mouse maven but I'd guess you could find infinite scroll for cheaper than a 502.

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          You're probably not going to be disappointed with either mouse. The 502 is the best mouse in the market though. And are you really going to miss the extra $40? Im very glad I went all out and got the 502.

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            @Snoopy113: I guess it's whether to sit tight and wait for a 502 special. Not like I /need/ it right now.

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              @furyou: G502 is not that good imo, I used it for about 2 years, too large and heavy, even with a large hand I don't like how it sits in my hand. For Logitech I'd rather one of the wireless ones like G703 and G Pro, etc. I prefer more more conventional and natural shapes vs. G502 which is quite strange.

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        Smooth scroll is amazing

        Has the unbalanced scroll wheel issue been fixed yet?

        I use a G900 with the same feature (it works without being annoying) but it was annoying to use on the 502 because the screen jumped up and down due to the wheel being unbalanced. You can fix it yourself with modding.

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          I see what you mean with unbalance wheel taking a somewhat variable speed path, but mine seems to simply "catch" a small amount during very gentle scrolling, which leads pages to scroll unevenly but always in the same direction, rather than up and down.

          I never actually have this issue as I use mine for very quick scrolling, with a strong flick followed by a catch at the approximate point I wish to stop.

          Tldr only an issue for slow scrolling when a middle mouse click would be smoother anyway.

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    Awesome mouse, but not really the best value for money in this price range anymore. That goes to g102 which can be had at the same or lower price on ebay and is lighter than the g402.

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      Only 6 programmable buttons though. The G402 and g502 grip style is quite comfy.

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        You mean shape, grip style is dependant on the user.

        If you dont truely need more buttons on the mouse then there no need for them and just add unessasary weight.

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          More buttons is kinda better though, I have one profile where buttons will alt-tab, copy, paste, back, forwards, new tab etc. Then push scroll wheel right for next tab.

          Leave my other hand more free for… Being otherwise productive.

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            @ozbjunkie: Increased weight definitely isn't worth it.

            The G502 is a literal brick in comparison to other mice that are down to 80g

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              @Axelstrife: You reckon I can improve my performance in games like counterstrike with a lighter mouse?

              Some people online say yes, but I feel like the 502 is a good weight.

              Maybe I'm handicapping myself here.

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                @ozbjunkie: Not instant better aim you will have to take a few weeks to adjust but with less wrist strain you should aim better and enjoy the mouse more.

                Only downside is you won't even look at the g502 the same way again, it's a night and day difference for me just picking up my old g502.

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    Damn cheap, such a good mouse and never failed on me. Will grab a few for the family, thanks op!

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    Thanks guy. Got 5% off at officeworks.

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    Had this mouse since 2016, and it has held up pretty well. Really good mouse for gaming, at an incredible value.

    Only gripe I have with it is that not all the buttons on it are fully programmable, but that should be fine for most users.

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    My current mouse for the last 2 years, best mouse I ever had.

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    have been using this for the past 4 years
    great mouse

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    Decent mouse. Only issues is that it has quite a high Lift off Distance. Strange for a mouse dedicated to FPS games