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A quick look at the G102 Prodigy

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Yes, it is indeed real. I had some quick hands-on time with an APAC model today, though sadly there was no computer nearby for me to plug into. So all I have here are shots of the box, the mouse, and some observations.



The biggest surprise is that it's actually still RGB, but otherwise as expected switched to rubber cords instead of braided. The box isn’t really helpful when it comes to specs and features, with no mentioning of what sensor it's using, nor the weight of the mouse. Also missing from the box are features you'd expect to see if available -- no mentioning of spring tensioned buttons (though they feel quite like the G303 if you ask me), and doesn't appear to have on board memory. All buttons have micro-switches, but the scroll wheel feels tight and damp. I was really expecting a crisper and more definitive feedback. The packaging is also less premium in feel, substituting plastic for cardboard. It's probably more environment friendly this way though.



Local pricing as directly converted is approximately 35USD. However, there had been examples where the APAC received a similar, but lower end product as compared to the US (G310 keyboard instead of G410), so it's hard to say if this mouse will ever make it elsewhere.




Edited by roygbiv0415 - 10/7/16 at 1:36pm
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Well, now I definitely have a reason to hold off a bit on getting a G Pro. As long as this has a lowish LOD and little smoothing no reason to get the G Pro for me. Going to have to wait to find out though.
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Does the coating of the G102 feel the same was the G Pro?
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Does the coating of the G102 feel the same was the G Pro?

Unfortunately, I don't (and probably never will) get a chance to try the G Pro. There's really not much of a coating to speak of though, just two types of textured plastic is the impression I got.
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So, turns out it wasn't a shop job thumb.gif
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Looks good to me, hopefully it's pretty light weight.
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i think the sensor is a custom 3325 (3326?), like the abyssus v2 (3329)
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WHAT? this one got rubber cable?? **** i hate logitechG..
guess it has superior skates & good clicks also^^
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The g302 cord (rubber) was a lot worse than the g303 for me tbh, so it will depend if they improved it here I think
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Originally Posted by roygbiv0415 View Post

Unfortunately, I don't (and probably never will) get a chance to try the G Pro. .

Interesting.. May I know from which APAC (I assume Asia Pacific) country this G102 mouse is?

I have a friend who work at Logitech SEA, and about one month ago, he mentioned that the chance of G-Pro entering some SEA countries is rather... slim.

(However do take note that such decisions can easily change in the future, so yeah take it with big grain of salt)
Edited by ignsvn - 10/7/16 at 7:36pm
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