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ROG Pugio


The ROG Pugio by ASUS uses an Optical sensor, providing a DPI/CPI range of 7200dpi max. This results in a tracking speed of 150 IPS, and a maximum acceleration of 30g. It uses a USB connection. The ROG Pugio is considered to be an ambidextrous mouse. It weighs in at 103 g without the cable and is approximately 120 x 68 x 37mm (LxWxH).

G502 Proteus Core


The G502 Proteus Core by Logitech uses an Optical sensor from Pixart, specifically the PMW3366DM-VWQU, providing a DPI/CPI range of from 200 DPI to 12000 DPI . This is combined with a 32-bit microcontroller. This results in a tracking speed of 300 ips, and a maximum acceleration of 40G. It uses a USB connection with a 1.83m, Braided cable cable. It weighs in at 168 g grams with the cable and 121 g without the cable, has 5 x 3.6g weights and is approximately 132 x 75 x 40mm (LxWxH).
ROG Pugio G502 Proteus Core

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ROG Pugio


G502 Proteus Core


Fine tune the optical sensor in Proteus Core to your playing surface for better accuracy, precision and responsiveness.

Customize the gaming mouse to the weight and balance that feels good to you. Proteus Core comes with five 3.6g weights. Add some or all, and arrange their positions for a mouse tailored to you.

You have go-to game commands and macros. Program each of the 11 buttons with your favorites. Save your setting to one of the onboard profiles. Or, select from thousands of profiles on your PC.