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Logitech's G402 Hyperion Fury gaming mouse for $18 is a killer last-minute stocking stuffer

Anyone looking for a last-minute stocking stuffer or to replace their ho-hum office mouse should hop over to Newegg today for a killer deal. The online retailer is selling the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury for $18, an astonishingly good deal for a well-equipped gaming mouse from a top-tier peripheral maker. This mouse usually sells for $27 to $30 on sale.

Logitech focused on first-person shooting games with the G402 Hyperion Fury’s design, but it’s packing a solid feature set for any genre.The mouse features eight programmable buttons, along with an acceleromter and gyroscope that create Logitech’s “Fusion Engine” together with a baked-in 32-bit ARM processor. The Fusion Engine is supposed to make this mouse hyper sensitive—hence the name, perhaps? The mouse can also save macros, and has a 4000 DPI optical sensor.

That last feature may be disappointing for the gods of e-sports looking for a 16,000 DPI mouse, but for most people, that 4,000 DPI should be plenty sensitive. In fact, you might want to start closer to 2,000, as even the upper limit is a lot to get used to coming from a standard mouse. Whichever DPI setting you choose, Logitech included 4 on-the-fly DPI settings that range from 250 to 4,000, making it easy to switch the mouse’s sensitivity depending on whether you’re blasting baddies with an automatic weapon or a sniper scope.

Overall, a sub-$20 price is fantastic for a respected mouse like the G402 Hyperion Fury. This would be a great last minute stocking stuffer for the gamers in your life—or yourself.

[Today’s deal: Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury for $18 at Newegg.]

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Ian is an independent writer based in Israel who has never met a tech subject he didn’t like. He primarily covers Windows, PC and gaming hardware, video and music streaming services, social networks, and browsers. When he’s not covering the news he’s working on how-to tips for PC users, or tuning his eGPU setup.

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