Not to be outshone by makers gunning to make the lightest gaming mouse out there (like the ongoing 66-gram SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless), Logitech’s new G Pro X Superlight weighs under 63 grams without the requirement for openings. Most different makers are poking honeycomb-molded hole designs out of their mice to accomplish lighter loads, while Logitech’s most recent is basic and smooth all finished.
Truth be told, it really weighs around 63 grams, however in the event that you eliminate the attractive plate on the base that covers the USB wireless collector, the weight goes down to 60 grams. The G Pro X Superlight will go on special on December third.
The Superlight is a lighter version of Logitech’s famous $130 G Pro Wireless, which weighs 80 grams — and on the off chance that you haven’t encountered a gaming mouse that is this light, it’s nearly feeling like an empty model. In spite of losing some weight (alongside a couple of highlights), the Superlight has added $20 to the sticker price, costing an whopping $150.
Weight contrasts aside, there are a few different changes worth thinking about. The Superlight arrives in a matte-textured off-white finish in addition to an all-black completion that takes after the G Pro Wireless. It looks and feels phenomenal.
The more current mouse has far less LEDs, which Logitech says helps in scaling back the weight and expanding battery life. The gleaming “G” logo close to the palm is gone, similar to the LEDs situated close to the parchment wheel to demonstrate the DPI affectability. There’s only one little LED now, and it just discloses to you battery status.
It’s not much of a surprise that having less LEDs brings about better battery life, yet Logitech claims this model can reach as long as 70 hours for each charge contrasted with 48 hours with the G Pro Wireless.
The Superlight has a similar HERO 25,600 DPI sensor as the G Pro Wireless, so you can expect a similar incredible presentation here, however you can only with significant effort change the affectability on this mouse, as Logitech trimmed off the DPI exchanging button that is situated on the lower part of the G Pro Wireless. You’ll have to trade it, alongside profiles put away on the mouse, physically utilizing the G Hub software.
Logitech additionally eliminated the particular, removable catches from the G Pro Wireless that helped it accomplish a genuine able to use both hands plan. Rather than supporting left-and right-gave gamers, the Superlight is only for right-handers, with thumb catches along the left edge of the mouse.
On the Superlight’s underside, the PTFE feet are essentially bigger than on the G Pro Wireless. Logitech utilized a “zero-additive” material, which it says brings about a smoother glide across surfaces. The circular, magnetic plate that covers the segment where you can store the USB remote recipient is typically hard plastic, however remembered for the container is an all-PTFE plate that can be traded in its place.
Logitech additionally gives some hold tape that can be stuck on the mouse, in the event that you need an alternate surface. These are the progressions that they’re generally attached to.
For the vast majority, the previously mentioned SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless may be a superior mouse to attempt. It isn’t great, however it’s $100 and has USB-C charging (versus the Superlight’s Micro USB charging), with discretionary LEDs, double Bluetooth, and 2.4GHz availability. Also, to finish it off, it has IP54 water obstruction. What gamer entirely water resistance? Very few, They accept. Yet, all things considered, it’s difficult to argue for the pricier Superlight with regards to esteem, except if you’re bowed on its moderate plan regardless of anything else.