Logitech G102 LIGHTSYNC Gaming Mouse for Right-Handed Users, Optical, 6 Buttons, Wired, USB, Black
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Lighting Zone Selection: Apply light settings to the G logo lighting zone or disable the lighting by setting the blue toggle marker to the left position. The lighting customization options affect both the G logo and light band. Change the Report Rate, if you prefer something other than the default of 1000 reports/second (1ms response time). The Report Rate controls how often your mouse updates its position to the computer. You can:
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NOTE: For help with choosing between these two modes, see Choose between gaming mouse On-Board Memory and Automatic Game Detection modes.Enable per profile pointer settings — Select this option to enable each profile to have different pointer behavior (see Setting different DPIs for gaming-mouse profiles using Logitech Gaming Software for help).
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TIP: Buttons you assign as DPI Up, DPI Down, DPI Shift and DPI Cycle will enable you to change between DPI levels rapidly. You can use Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) 8.88 or later to customize button configuration on the G102 gaming mouse in two different modes: Report rate — Update from 125/sec (8ms response time) to 1000/sec (1ms response time).In On-Board Memory mode, all of the customizations you make will be written directly to the mouse.Acceleration — Enhance pointer precision – the mouse pointer increases speed when you move it. For some games, this can be turned off to improve accuracy. Acceleration (Enhance Pointer Precision) — Select this option to use Window's "Enhance Pointer Precision" acceleration. Lighting Zone Selection: In LGS, you can customize settings for the G logo. The lighting customization options affect both the G logo and light band. You can apply light settings to the lighting zone or disable the lighting by setting the blue toggle marker to the left position.