Logitech G PRO X Superlight Is One Of The Lightest Mice On Earth

Logitech's newest gaming mouse is the lightest gaming mouse to date

A lighter mouse is a more responsive mouse, at least according to the pros. Following that logic, Logitech’s G PRO X Superlight is one of the most responsive wireless gaming mice out there, lighter than the already featherweight Logitech G PRO Wireless mouse.

The new mouse weighs impressively under 63 grams making it 25% lighter than the regular G PRO Wireless and roughly the same weight as one C battery. Unlike the G PRO Wireless, this newer mouse has only one small LED that tells you of that battery status. This mouse is compatible with Logitech’s PowerPlay wireless charging system.

Logitech’s G PRO X Superlight’s matte-textured body comes it either all-black or off-white, measuring at 125.0×63.5×40.0mm, it has a total of five buttons that has a click-tension system that enhances the consistency of the left and right mouse buttons. It also has onboard memory for storing profiles right on to the mouse. The one drawback is that it’s designed for right-handed use only which can be discouraging news for left-handed gamers looking for a lighter gaming mouse. In terms of compatibility, the mouse works with Windows 8 and later operating systems, as well as macOS 10.11 or later.

On its underside, you get zero-additive PTFE feet for smooth movement across most surfaces. The circular magnetic plate covers the section where you can store the USB wireless receiver. Removing the bottom plate makes the mouse go as light as 60 grams. The mouse ships with additional grip tape if you want a different texture to the mouse.

More impressively, the Logitech G PRO X Superlight promises up to 70 hours of battery life even in constant motion. The Logitech G PRO X Superlight retails for $149.99 (Php 7,2K.) Logitech will release this mouse on December 3 however there are no details on its international availability as of press time.

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