g502 spectruct vs g502 hero, what's the difference ?

asked on October 17, 2018

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the difference is the sensor
1) the sensor uses less power
2) the sensor is also more accurate

Amazon Customer
· July 11, 2019
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I believe the only real difference between the two is the sensor. Functionally they operate the same, but the HERO16K sensor requires about 10x less power. In a wired mouse this won't make any difference whatsoever. But in a wireless mouse, it will make a huge difference in battery life. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, the only wireless mouse with the HERO16K is the Logitech Pro Wireless. The G603 has the HERO12K sensor.
Slap
· February 20, 2019
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They also made the cord a little thinner and more flexible
Kelly
· July 19, 2019
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the G502 HERO is the updated version of G502 Proteus spectrum , Logitech promises 16,000 counts per inch (CPI) and 400 inches per second (IPS), but as usual, those numbers don’t tell much of the story when it comes to a gaming mouse.
Ghaleb kokash
· October 21, 2018
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The hero has an upgraded 16k dpi sensor and a slightly smaller diameter braided cable. Other then that the only difference is the price.
sean
· October 18, 2018
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