Software & Macros
|Software & Macros||Final Thoughts|
The Logitech Gaming Software (LGS for short) features a clean and highly functional UI design that should make it simple for first-time gaming mouse owners to get up to speed. Novices can quickly configure basic settings such as DPI values or single profile button settings, while advanced users can dive into application-based profiles and complex macros.
The LGS’ menu at the bottom offers users 6 simple options. Home, Customize buttons, Customize pointer settings (DPI), Customize lighting, Fusion Engine settings, and Settings (general). By separating the options into categories like this, users of all comfort levels should be able to easily navigate the options and utilize the software to the fullest capability.
As far as macros go, the LGS leaves nothing to be desired. Users should be able to do pretty much anything they want with the macro system. By checking a box in the settings, users can also instruct the macro system to obey input delays, which could allow for more complex commands for some games. The software also allows for application-based profiles for commands and DPI settings, although it’s possible that many gamers will adopt a one-size-fits all mentality when it comes to DPI settings. Finally, much like Razer Synapse software, Logitech Gaming Software supports keyboard functions as well. Users will be able to increase the overall functionality of their PC with the added ability to create keyboard macros, even if they don’t own a Logitech keyboard.
Continue reading…Final Thoughts Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse Review Peter Downey September 15, 2014 9 10
Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse
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Summary: The G402 Hyperion Fury represents the evolution of gaming mouse technology. The integrated G-Sensor and 32-bit ARM processor that make up the Fusion Engine are game changer when it comes to reliable input precision.