Logitech G has launched the Pro X Superlight, which surpasses the Logitech G Pro Wireless as the lightest gaming mouse, making gaming with the usage of the mouse more comfortable and convenient.
During the uproar of the release of both the RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 of AMD, Logitech G made an announcement on their new Pro X gaming mouse, known to be ultralight… or maybe Superlight? While being under the light weight of 63g, the Pro X Superlight has been manufactured and produced to be significantly lighter than their Logitech G Pro Wireless, which has been known to be the previous lightest gaming mouse.
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight has been available for preorder at the website of Logitech G at the price of $150, which is actually quite a bit higher in price compared to the G Pro Wireless being at $130, making itself quite a significant price for a gaming mouse.
If the lightweight wireless performance is the main reason for wanting to acquire, the Superlight definitely has it all covered.
Based on the feedback of pcgamer in their experience with the product, the Hero sensor that has been found in the Pro X Superlight has so far been quite positive, and the Superlight has been cranked up to 25,400 DPI, aligning itself with a lot of the sensors of Logi which has received updates that reach up to 25k early within this year.
Just like the G Pro Wireless, Logitech’s Superlight seems to be Powerplay and also seems to be compatible together with the Powerplay kit and mat. Not like the G Pro Wireless, though, the design does not seem to be ambidextrous.
Where the removable thumb buttons on the G Pro Wireless are on the mouse on both of its sides, the Superlight this time did not accommodate the buttons on the right side. For the assumption, it had to be for the lessening of the weight for the gaming mouse product.
The DPI switch that has been located on the G Pro Wireless of Logitech being on the underside had sadly also been taken off from the new Superlight gaming mouse.
If not, this very gaming mouse of Logitech actually bears many similarities along with the G Pro Wireless. Both having the same shape, both wireless dongle being same in compact, relatively similar when it comes to the support of the structure’s interior skeleton, and a slightly different design on the PTFE feet, but just a tad bit lighter. There also seems to be an option for colourway being lighter right out the gate, as well, along with both a white or black version being available at launch.
People have been preferring very lightweight gaming mice recently, whether it would be for gaming or for work. Lightweight gaming mice help the users maneuver the cursor of the computer way more easily than with just a regular mouse. If you would like one, maybe have a taste of Gwolves Hati 2020 or Cooler Master MM710 53G gaming mice.