The G402 is no match for its big brother, the more complete G502. It is still excellent for FPS enthusiasts: it offers more buttons than its direct competitors, its sensor is efficient and it is comfortable, an important point for long gaming sessions.
- Pleasant handling.
- Responsive buttons.
- Complete and easy to access software.
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A cheap alternative to the Pulsefire Surge, this Pulsefire Core with limited ambitions on paper does relatively well in practice. Very handy due to its lightness and its excellent glide, not very tiring to use for long hours, it nevertheless sins on a few details: a lack of grip, acceleration of the movements of the sensor impossible to deactivate, a symmetrical design but a design not -ambidextrous and software that deserves a little more care and richness. Sold for around forty euros, it will have difficulty finding a place in a popular segment where the Logitech G403 Prodigy or Corsair Saber Optique reign supreme, alongside of course the essential G502 Proteus Spectrum from Logitech.