Gamers should already be scrambling to learn more about Logitech's latest mouse, which the company says is the fastest on the market and should help video gamers move from point A to point B in a smooth, quick manner.
Already, the new mouse has sparked a number of media commentaries on the new technology, but most are excited about its price, which makes it affordable to most users.
Logitech announced the new hardcore PC gaming accessory designed specifically with first-person shooter gamers in mind.
While the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury mouse has the look of the recently released G502, this new model is an upgrade for gamers as it is designed for speed and talent. The company also is touting it as the fastest gaming mouse on the market anywhere in the world.
"The next generation has arrived. Whether you're lining up a headshot or dodging heavy fire, Hyperion Fury offers the blazing-fast tracking and pinpoint accuracy you need," says Logitech on its website.
The new mouse will cost $59.99 and potential users can preorder the mouse online.
According to its specifications, this mouse should be a winner among gamers with its Fusion Engine technology that is able to track over 12 meters per second. Add to this Logitech's Delta Zero sensor and it delivers optimal accuracy, which when shooting bad guys should come in handy.
The mouse also has its own 32-bit on-board ARM processor that will give the Fusion Engine works the ability to move faster and more accurately.
The mouse is also, much like the G502, programmable and customizable for each individual user. "Customize your mouse with 8 programmable buttons. Whether you want to toss a grenade or quickly access your inventory, it's at your fingertips. Optional Logitech Gaming Software makes set up easy," says the company.
With video gaming on the rise, as evidenced by a Tech Times report that showed millions played the beta version of Destiny, this mouse is likely to be emptied from the shelves as more people become interested in gaming and want the most innovative options available.
"This is the biggest beta of this console generation by a wide margin and the largest console beta ever for a new video game IP to date," said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing in the press release.
That's good news for Logitech, who hopes to continue to deliver gaming accessories into the future.