In late 2018 Logitech introduced their G Pro Wireless gaming mouse which for the first time showed that lightweight mice could be wireless. Weight was just starting to take off with enthusiasts and Logitech was quick to innovate on the wireless side. At the time I was already sporting the G703 with their PowerPlay mousepad that wirelessly charges so the move to a mouse that is similar in shape to what I prefer that would be lighter weight and wireless was a no-brainer. Even with all of the other mice that have come into the office, on my main PC, I always end up back using the G Pro Wireless. So when rumors of a new lighter weight model starter to take off I couldn’t wait. Well, I finally got my hands on the new Pro X Superlight and I can see what all has changed.

Product Name: Logitech Pro X Superlight

Review Sample Provided by: Logitech

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Color Options

Black or White

Sensor

Hero 25K

Resolution

100 – 25,600 DPI

Max. acceleration

> 40G

Max. speed

> 400 IPS

Acceleration

Zero smoothing/acceleration/filtering

Dimensions

Height: 125.0 mm (4.92 in)

Width: 63.5 mm (2.50 in)

Depth: 40.0 mm (1.57 in)

Weight

<63 g (<2.2 oz)

Powerplay

POWERPLAY compatible

Buttons

5 buttons

Gliders

No-additive PTFE Feet

Onboard Memory

Yes

Microprocessor

32-bit ARM

USB report rate

1000 Hz (1ms)

Battery Life

Constant motion: 70h

Requirements

USB port

Windows® 8 or later, macOS® 10.11 or later

Internet access for optional software download

Warranty

2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty

 

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