G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse Overview
Taking a first look at the gaming mouse I did notice it was pretty thin. If you are used to a claw-style or wide mouse this mouse might take a little bit of time to get used to. The mouse has official dimensions of 136 mm x 72 mm x 41 mm (LxWxH) and weighs in at 108 grams.
Starting on the left side of the mouse we can see the mouse is designed to have your thumb rest on this side of the mouse. Right where you thumb sits is the sniper button and above that are three LEDs that will tell you what profile / DPI level you are on. Moving up we have two sets of two buttons. First are the G4 / G5 buttons that are made to be clicked with your thumb. In front of those and actually on the top of the mouse are G7 / G8 buttons, these are made to be clicked with your pointer finger. I also want to mention that this side of the mouse has a rubberized coating on it.
Moving over to the right side of the mouse all we have is a section with the rubberized coating on it. This will allow you to get a good grip on the mouse.
Taking a look at the top part of the mouse you can see the G7 / G8 buttons I was talking about. You also have your typical right and left mouse buttons. It is not mentioned anywhere on their website but the left and right main mouse buttons have OMRON switches.
The back part of the mouse where your palm will rest is rounded and has a “G” logo that will light up when the mouse is powered on.
Flipping the mouse over there are four mouse feet that will help the mouse glide around on your mousepad. The sensor is located directly in the center of the mouse. The mouse is using the AM010 4000 dpi optical sensor. What is cool about this mouse is that it includes Logitech’s Fusion Engine, the mouse includes an accelerometer/gyrometer to pick up movement when the sensor fails at higher speeds. We will talk more about the Fusion Engine in the usage section of this review.
Unlike other gaming mice that we have reviewed recently the G402 Hyperion Fury has a pretty plain rubber cable. The cable is 7 feet long and you have normal USB connector on the end. There is not gold-plated connector either, something we’ve seen on most gaming peripherals we have reviewed lately.