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Logitech G402 Hyperion Gaming Mouse $38.24 + Delivery ($0 with Prime / $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Exclusive Fusion Engine for speeds over 10 meters/second
Delta Zero sensor technology for unrivaled accuracy
Comfortable, lightweight design with PTFE feet for high-speed moves with less friction
1-millisecond report rateā€”the fastest possible over USB
8 fully programmable buttons
Powerful 32-bit Arm Processor
Onboard memory for profile storage
250 - 4000 DPI shifting with on-the-fly adjustment

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    jesus TIL they put arm processors in mice now

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      With this mouse it's used (with an accelerometer) to compensate for the sensor's inaccuracy at high speeds. Better sensors like the PWM3366 or Hero don't have those issues and don't need that, though the chips themselves are quite cheap now anyways and often used in keyboards as well.

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        So should we be looking for a mouse with PWM3366 or Hero chips, and if so, what are the better value options?

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          G502 HERO when on sale for less than $70 is great value. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/product/logitech-g502-hero

          list of mice and their sensors
          https://sensor.fyi/mice/

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          if you want value do some research and buy a decent $10 mouse, it'll do 99.9% of what an expensive mouse can do, provided you increase the polling rate to 500-1000hz via software(default is ~125hz). there were pro gamers before gaming mice existed and guess what they used… getting gud is about skill and hard work, not a mouse with the latest sensor with a dedicated ARM processor, that just sounds gimmicky as hell, don't buy in to the marketing

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          Ideally yes (also it's the PMW3366, I typo'd).

          IMO the best every day value option is the G102, can be found on eBay for about $40 or AliExpress for $30 after tax. It uses the Mercury sensor which is Logitech's first version of the Hero sensor. This sensor is considered very good, nearly as good as the PMW3366. I've had mine for 2.5 years now and still love it. It's the same shell as the wired G Pro, which now comes in a Hero variant which would be pretty much identical to the G102 except with the latest Hero sensor. The Mercury sensor is already good enough that the new sensor wouldn't really matter in practice. Granted, the G402 sensor is usually fine in practice too, but there is a gap between its sensor and the Mercury/Hero/PMW3366 and there's just less and less reason to buy it as time goes on unless you specifically love that shape. The G403 has gone on sale for $45 before and had the PMW3366 (also has a Hero variant now), for example.

          Most important is shape though, having a good sensor doesn't help if you can't comfortably and accurately use the mouse. G102/G Pro wired is a fairly small and light mouse, compared to G502 or G403 which are larger and more ergonomic, and have adjustable weighting. I also have the G403 and prefer my G102 as the shape works better for me. That part's all personal preference.

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    Bought one a while back-great for playing Call of Duty and BF with.

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    Anyone know if OW, JB or HN will pricematch this?

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    Dunno if i could go without the hyperscroll, otherwise id grab it

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    Price looks like it's gone back up again to $45

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    The 403 is so much better yet all you can find is this model in stores in AU. Really annoying.

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    The links says $44.99. Whats wrong with me

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    Can anyone post more mouse deals? thx

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    Exclusive Fusion Engine for speeds over 10 meters/second
    Not sure it will need this. My previous mice have travelled that fast without needing an engine. Usually after a ragequit.

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    Woohoo, up yours you left-handed spawn of Satan!

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    Have this mouse great for money