Corsair Harpoon Vs. Logitech G502 Hero

Harpoon G502 Hero
Harpoon G502 Hero
No. of Buttons: 611
No. of Macro Keys: 
No. of Game Profiles: 5 onboard
Connection: USBUSB
Cable length: 1.8 m, Braided Fiber2.1m Braided cable
Wireless: No
Battery: No
Colour: BlackBlack
Ambidextrous: NoRight Handed
Software: CUELogitech Gaming Software
Weights: Noup to 18g (5x3.6g)
Switch: Omron
Type: OpticalOptical
Brand: PixArt
Model: PMW3320Hero
Processor: 32-bit ARM
Lift off distance: 
DPI/CPI: 250 - 6000dpi100 - 16,000 DPI
Memory Size: On board, size not stated
Max tracking speed: 400+ IPS
Max acceleration: 
Response time: 1000Hz 125Hz 250Hz 500Hz1000 Hz (1ms)
NVIDIA Reflex: 
Colour Options:  RGB (16.8M Colours) 1 ZoneRGB
Lighting Effect: 
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 111.5 x 68.3 x 40.4 mm132 x 75 x 40 mm
Weight (grams): 
Weight w/o cable: 85 g121 g
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The Harpoon by Corsair uses an Optical sensor from PixArt, specifically the PMW3320, providing a DPI/CPI range of 250 - 6000dpi. It uses a USB connection with a 1.8 m Braided Fiber cable. It weighs in at 85 g without the cable and is approximately 111.5 x 68.3 x 40.4 mm (LxWxH).

G502 Hero

The G502 Hero by Logitech uses a Hero (proprietary) sensor, providing a DPI/CPI range of 100 - 16,000 DPI. This is combined with a 32-bit ARM processor. This results in a tracking speed of 400+ IPS. It uses a USB connection with a 2.1m Braided cable. It weighs in at 121 g without the cable, has 5 x 3.6g weights that can add up to 18g extra weight and is approximately 132 x 75 x 40 mm (LxWxH).