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Logitech G PRO X Superlight Wireless Mouse Review – Light but powerful


True to its name, the Pro X Superlight is truly a super light mouse. Weighing in at just 63g Logitech has managed to create a mouse that feels almost non-existent in the hand without compromising in durability and quality, or aesthetics for that matter. The sleek ambidextrous design caters to both lefty's and righty's and features a minimalistic matte white finish that exudes class.


It features a symmetrical shape with additional textured grips included in the box to provide a very premium and secure feel in the hand for those extended and rather sweaty gaming sessions. The buttons are a good size and placed exactly where they should be as well as providing a very satisfying click when pressed thanks to Logitech's mechanical switches, renowned for their quality and durability.



In terms of performance, the Pro X Superlight comes equipped with Logitech's HERO sensor, offering sensitivity up to 25,600 DPI. This ensures absolute precision with zero acceleration, smoothing or filtering making it perfect for those competitive sessions, The PTFE feet provides effortless movement on just about any surface meaning there's literally nothing holding you back from being the most responsive and precise version of yourself that you can be.


Featuring Logitech's LIGHTSPEED wireless technology means a very reliable, lag-free connection to whatever device you're connected to with a report rate of 1ms. This however seems to be pretty consistent across all modern mice these days and not something I'd say this mouse does any better than anyone else. 



The Superlight boasts of a 70 hour battery life, but honestly, I'd be every but of 80+ hours and have not charged it to date which has got me out of a pickle on more than one occasion. That being said, I do turn it off via the switch every time to make sure there's no idle power draw while I'm not using it.


Logitech's G Hub software allows you to customise your Pro X Superlight to your preferences, changing DPI, button remapping and RGB customisation. However, there is no on board memory meaning that while you can change these settings, they save to the G HUB app and not the mouse itself, meaning you have to wait for these settings to kick in every time you start your PC, and if you connect to a device without the G HUB app they will restore back to the default 800 DPI setting which is in my opinion, too slow. An on board memory and DPI button would be a very welcome addition to the Pro X Superlight.



Overall, the Pro X Superlight stands out as a very well designed mouse, its performance, durability and feather light build are remarkable, however the oversight of an on board memory let it down a touch. All in all though, there are few mice out there that look, feel and perform better across the board. Just install the G HUB app and you're set. 


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