Logitech has launched the G Pro X Superlight mouse with 5 buttons and is 25% lighter than its predecessor G Pro Regular weighing just 63 grams. It supersedes all its competitors in lightweight mouse manufacturing. The PowerPlay enabled, a multi-feature gaming mouse is expected to hit the market by 3rd December this year.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse
Apart from its super lightweight, the device has other several bundled features. Unlike another lightweight mouse, where various scooped holes are a common feature to save weight, Logitech G Pro X Superlight is smooth all over. It comes in an off-white matte finish and a full black look. It’s one of the best to offer for hardcore gamers who tradeoff their joystick with this mouse.
It has just one LED mentioning the battery status. The company claims to have the battery backup of over 70 hours of gaming compared to just 48 hours of its older version. However, the new device is not meant for all, but particularly for right-hand gamers as the thumb buttons have found their place on the left edge of the mouse.
Logitech G Pro X Mouse Features
Logitech G Pro X Superlight takes use of Hero’s 25K sensor that makes the sensitivity work at its best with precision tracking, speed, consistency, filtering, zero smoothing and reliable wireless connection with a 1000 Hz on its USB report rate as well. For the smooth functioning on most the surface, it comes with Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) feet or Teflon. The plate covering the USB wireless receiver is included in the box made of the same PTFE, however, it adds an additional 3-4 grams to the device.
Logitech G Pro X Mouse Price
Logitech G Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse is priced inversely proportionate to its weight. It has an expected price tag of $150 (INR 11,500 approx.) with a 2-year product warranty. It claims to be a fully carbon-neutral certified device with a manufacturing unit using all sustainable measures.
Overall, with the introduction of the Logitech G Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse, the fight for providing the best gaming mouse has opened space for tough competition with users welcoming the new benefits on the receiving end. It’s a win-win situation for gamers.