Logitech G Pro X Superlight 25600 DPI Wireless HERO Optical Gaming Mouse - Black
- Ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse is perfect for left-handers and right-handers alike
- Designed in collaboration with some of the world's top esports professionals for hardcore gamers who require the ultimate in precision
- LIGHTSPEED wireless connectivity provides the dependable, millisecond-fast performance required for a lag-free experience at a range of up to 1.8 metres
- HERO sensor gives precise, fast, and consistent control across the entire 16,000 dpi range, and can be updated to 25,600 max DPI via firmware update
- Large zero-additive PTFE feet glide smoothly for a fluid connection
- Five programmable buttons (including scroll wheel) let you set up to game your way
- Customisable RGB lighting adds to the experience
- Ultra-lightweight design weighs just 63 grams, using a minimal redesign that's nearly 25% lighter than a standard Logitech Pro wireless mouse
- Rechargeable design with a long battery life of up to 70 hours (depending on usage) to save you the hassle and cost of changing batteries
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- The Best Mouse On The Market.- 20 décembre 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] You can find me full review of this product here: (https://youtu.be/d1FULCx34lY) DIFFERENCES BETWEEN IT AND THE ORIGINAL G PRO WIRELESS: I’ll be referring to the G Pro X Superlight as the Superlight for simplicity. It is now less than 63 grams which makes it the lightest WIRELESS gaming mouse on the market. It also comes in lighter than most WIRED gaming mice. Many users are actually finding their mouse weighs less than 63 grams with some going into the upper 50’s. Mine was 59 grams. Crazy talk I tell you. They accomplished this by removing the right-side buttons, the DPI button on the bottom of the mouse, and the RGB which was replaced by a grey G Logo. If you squint real hard you can pretend it’s a grey light. There is a single LED indicator that turns on when you power the mouse on, then shows you what DPI you are on, and last when your battery is low it will blink. Along with a bunch of other stuff that you can’t see going on under the hood. The side clicks feel a bit different as well. As they removed the modularity of it. Overall, button placement is ideal and works for a plethora of different grips. They stick out well, are easy to find, require light amount of actuation, with moderate to long travel making them feel mushy, with a solid click at the end. The Superlight’s scroll wheel has now stepped into a new dimension and is two toned. Groundbreaking I know. But please hold your applause. Otherwise, it appears to be the nearly the same and continues to be one of my favorite scroll wheels of all time. I have noticed that my Superlight feels a lot tighter. Middle mouse button also requires a lot less force to actuate now with a defined click that is about a quarter as loud. Again, this could be due to variance. The scroll wheel has very definitive steps, is tight, and requires moderate pressure to actuate with a very crisp click. It’s brilliant I tell you. Brilliant! Moving onto the big-ticket item outside of the weight, the clicks themselves. One of my biggest concerns, along with many others was if the Superlight would also suffer from double clicking. I’ve heard through the grapevine that they are now using 20 million Omron switches instead of their previous 50 million Omron’s. They have also made some other changes under the hood for the Superlight to cut weight which should hopefully also help with this. Why Logitech hasn’t made a big deal about being transparent with improving the clicks I don’t know. Which makes me think they haven’t done anything as why stay quiet about it? I personally notice a huge difference with these new clicks. The Superlight clicks are now about twice as loud and have stronger spring back force which leads to an incredibly crisp click. Seriously they feel great. However, it appears that the very light actuation force with very low pre-travel of the G Pro has now turned into slightly heaver actuation force with slightly longer pre-travel followed by the same long post-travel. They still use the mechanical tensioning system so each click is very consistent as is left/right click variance. I continue to love these clicks and they are still one of my favorites. They have finally upgraded their PTFE feet to no additive PTFE and they are substantially larger. The puck also comes with more PTFE if you want to get really crazy. Last, even though they removed the powerplay magnets it still supports it. I much prefer these as they glide wonderfully. The weight of the Superlight is now balanced. I think they added a new coating. As the Superlight feels a lot less slippery in my hand along with having more of a matte finish that feels slightly rubbery. It still has the best on/off switch of any wireless gaming mouse I’ve tried. Making it incredibly easy to toggle. It shows blue when on and red when off. It only supports 1 on-board profile. It also comes with grip tape. For those of you who just can’t seem to hold onto your mouse. It’s okay you can just admit that your aim leaves a lot to be desired over issues with your mouse.;) It continues to use a Micro USB. As it is lighter and takes up less room. Which is a bummer as I would have preferred to see USB C. It still comes with a dongle and a plastic cord. Which is also disappointing in the era of paracords. Thankfully the rubber cord is very malleable but still no where near as premium as what other mice now offer. Thankfully, battery life on this guy is tremendous at 70 hours. Which seems pretty darn accurate and may even be a bit low as I’ve been using it for four days now and I’m only at 91 percent. So, if every once in a while you remember to plug in your mouse to charge you shouldn’t have to worry about it. SUMMARY OF IMPROVEMENTS/DIFFERENCES: The Superlight is now <63 grams from 80 grams. Mine is 60 grams. The puck now weighs 1 gram compared to 2 grams. The weight is now balanced instead of back heavy. The side clicks have been removed from the right side and are no longer modular. Which makes them feel a bit mushier as there is more give but still provide a crisp click. Scroll wheel is two toned, tighter with more defined steps, requires less actuation force, and is less loud. Clicks are now 50 mil Omron from 20 Mil, are twice as loud, feel crisper due to increased spring back force, require slightly more actuation force with slightly more pre-travel with the same post travel. It has upgraded PTFE feet that also take up more surface area. Battery life has improved at a minimum of 60 hours to 70 hours. It uses the same HERO sensor. It has a new coating that is gripper, and it comes with grip tape. It only supports 1 on-board profile from 5. There is no RGB. It still uses Micro USB and comes with an old-school cable. Overall, if you enjoy the G Pro Wireless this would be a worthy upgrade in my opinion as my G Pro Wireless is now dead to me. You heathen get out of my sight. Take your RGB lighting and modularity and find a new home. Just kidding please don’t make me sleep on the couch. CONCLUSION: No surprise here. This is a fantastic mouse. The small improvements they have made are very welcome to me. And if you are trying to get the most out of your mouse this is one you should consider. As I found it to be an upgrade over my previous mice.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Phenomenal Battery Life!Extremely Comfortable!- 19 décembre 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Using a few days now lots of hours battery still 85% charge after 3 days! For my office use it's the most comfortable lightweight easy to use quick response mouse I've ever used! For the grandkids gaming use they love the quick action response great grip and control the GHUB customizable controls they can't beleive the lightweight and comfort combined with high tech gaming response! Simple but yet high tech! Now the price we think could be a little lower but still a must have for serious PC gamer well designed solid build. We also are using 27" IPS, NVIDIA GSYNC, 165HZ REFRESH RATE MONITORS WITH CUSTOM BUILT GAMING PC's. Yes I highly recommend this mouse!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Incredibly Light and Responsive!- 16 décembre 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Awesome mouse!!! I have never felt anything quite like this! It feels so light and as such moves so easily across surfaces. The stats say it weighs 63 grams but on my digital scale it shows 60 grams (see pics). This is compared to my regular mouse which was 99 grams! I know we are talking about very small measurements of weight but you can feel it as you input and move the mouse. Lighter is for sure more accurate and gives that split second crosshair line up on first person shooters advantage. The mouse felt like an extension of my hand instead of a clunky input tool. The gaming aspect is the real reason to grab this one but even in daily computer work if you want a sports car of a mouse that glides across the desk and can be programmed for macros ect. you can’t go wrong with this. Battery life was also great. I wonder where they keep the battery cause it doesn’t feel like there is one inside it!! It’s light yes but when you combine that with the optics sensors on this mouse and how precise it is, you have a winning gaming combination in what ever game you play! After the easy set up I had to go into my mouse sensitivity set up and speed up the movement from my old mouse. My old mouse was like if you have 1 foot of space and it has a mark on each inch as a movement guide and moves from one inch mark to another 1 inch mark…. The Logitech has 1/4 inch marks on that same 1 foot space and moves from 1/4 inch to 1/4 inch across that same space. Again, more precise and easier movement = winning! The two key features lightness and precision are in the bag but a bonus that I really like about Logitech whole gaming accessory lineup is the GHUB. It’s home to my Logitech G915 TKL and now my ProX Superlight. I can quickly see battery life and make any adjustments to the mouse and assign buttons and create macros ect. It’s super easy and intuitive. The wheel is sharp and the primary buttons have a perfect click. The side buttons are great for right handed folks…not so good for lefties. I would have also liked a light up “G” on the back of the mouse but even without any lighting it is aesthetically beautiful. I would have sacrificed a couple of grams for the light though. But minor complaints. It also comes with some grip tape you can apply for extra gription but I chose to pass. It feels good as it is for me. Overall it’s another impeccable product in Logitech’s gaming lineup. I would highly recommend!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best In Class Performance & Lightweight Design- 17 décembre 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] ---- Summary ---- Verdict: Logitech proves that excellent performance and battery life can be housed in a sleek, lightweight design. If you’re looking for a premium gaming mouse with these aspects plus unwavering wireless connectivity and consistency, consider the Logitech G Pro X Superlight. Pros: - Very lightweight - Sturdy build quality - Comfortable to hold - Long battery life - Responsive and precise - Reliable wireless connectivity - Smooth glide - Simple setup Cons: - Not a truly ambidextrous design ---- Review ---- Setup: Setup is as easy as one-two-three. Really, there are just three steps in the manual, which are to plug the charging cable, power on the mouse, and install Logitech G Hub on your computer. I appreciated the very quick and issue-free setup. Design: When I took the G Pro X Superlight out of the box, I couldn’t believe how lightweight it was. I immediately thought there must be batteries I needed to put in, but realized the rechargeable battery is already built-in. The word “superlight” in the name is no joke. Compared to the standard G Pro mouse, what you’re giving up for this astoundingly lightweight design is RGB lighting and buttons on the right side of the mouse. Although the shape is ambidextrous, the lack of buttons on the right side might make this mouse less attractive to those who are left-handed. Although I like RGB lighting, I think the substantial weight reduction is a worthy tradeoff for RGB, but that’s up to you to decide. Despite its lightweight, the structural integrity of the mouse isn’t compromised. There’s no flexing in the plastic outer shell, no rattling, and it feels sturdy, so I don’t doubt that it’ll withstand extended use. The Superlight has a sleek, no-frills design that still manages to look and feel like a premium mouse. Subtle touches like the white on the scroll wheel and the matte finish contribute to its tasteful look. Comfort is very important to me, and the Superlight delivers in that regard too. Its lightweight and large PTFE feet deliver a smooth and wrist fatigue-free experience, while the shape delivers comfort, even during long gaming or working sessions. Features: Settings are managed in the Logitech G Hub software (available for Windows or Mac OS). You can change DPI (the speed of your mouse on the screen), reassign buttons, and set up profiles for games/apps. It’s all pretty straightforward and convenient to have in one place. Included in the box are a few optional components like the rubberized skins for increased grip, a PTFE puck that can be swapped with the stock puck for increased PTFE feet surface area and less resistance, as well as a receiver extension adapter. These are in addition to the required components like the charging cable and wireless receiver. Though I currently don’t own the Logitech PowerPlay mat, it’s nice to know that can be used with the Superlight mouse. Performance: Whether I’m gaming or working, the responsiveness and precision of the G Pro X Superlight exceed my expectations, but where it shines is gaming. I’m a fan of first-person shooter games like Call of Duty, and the Superlight provides me with a precise aiming and shooting experience. Additionally, the wireless connection has been flawless. If I play badly, there’s no way I can blame it on this mouse. Battery life has exceeded my expectations as well. For such a lightweight mouse, I assumed that there’d be a small battery that wouldn’t last more than about 50 hours, but no, it provides an impressive 70 hours of battery life (in constant motion). Logitech proves that a lightweight design doesn’t have to compromise critical aspects like performance and battery life.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Mouse Button durability questionable- 20 février 2021
Was a great mouse. Used it for a couple months until my mouse button broke. Playing Fortnite in fncs semis and my mouse button breaks mid-fight, and I couldn't play out the rest of the tournament. I could have gotten a faulty mouse, but I'm extremely disappointed that this mouse broke. I spent too much money on it for something as simple as a mouse button to break. I don't abuse my mouse in any way and this was 100% a manufacture issueNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.