A new rodent comes to the Logitech family of mice, and this time the new member comes with a feature that will attract attention around the world, and that is that it is the lightest mouse you can find on the market, and Unlike other models, this one will not have any type of hole.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight
The name makes the intentions of this mouse quite clear. We are facing an extremely light accessory, with great features designed for players with a gamer profile and with a very, very light body. On the scale it reaches an amazing 63 grams of weight, a figure that we can further reduce to 60 grams if we remove the magnetic plate that is placed on its bottom.
The interesting thing about the 60 grams of weight is that this mouse avoids using a design based on holes as many other manufacturers use in their mice, so it is quite impressive that it achieves that figure by pretending to be a traditional mouse.
With an ambidextrous design, this G Pro X Superlight is nothing more than an extremely light version of the G Pro Wireless that has garnered such good reviews all this time, although the diet that has allowed it to lose weight (from 80 grams) has forced to increase the price to 155 euros .
A G that leaves the black
Another striking point is that this new mouse becomes one of the first models of the manufacturer’s G range that opts for the white color instead of the classic black of the range. The manufacturer has reduced the number of decorative and information LEDs to leave a single status light that will report on the status of the battery. Thus, it has been possible to reduce the weight of the body, although it has inevitably lost gamer essence (you know what gamer likes an LED light).
In any case, this reduction in lights has also translated into an increase in the battery, since it reaches no less than 70 hours of use, compared to 48 hours of the G Pro Wireless.
The sensor used is the same as the G Pro Wireless, so we will have a resolution of 25,000 DPI to enjoy maximum precision of movements. We can modify this value, but for this we will have to use the official software, and not an adjustment button included in the mouse since, again, it has been removed to lighten the body.
Another important detail is that it uses a micro-USB port for charging, a decision that we do not understand and that bothers us especially, since today all the latest generation products have the new communication port. Who wants a device with micro-USB at this point? It should be forbidden.