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    Number of Buttons (Total)
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Logitech - PRO X SUPERLIGHT Lightweight Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with HERO 25K Sensor - White

Model:910-005940
SKU:6440537
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Super Light Mouse

    My boyfriend and I were entered into a gaming tournament and he came over to my place for the better internet (no lag). He used my set-up, but he forgot his mouse. He usually plays with the Superlight G Pro, so I ran to the store and bought this one. It’s super light weight and built strong (withstands any accidental rage smashing). It glides smoothly on the mousepad and picks up perfectly onscreen. The round shape fits perfectly into the palm of my hand and the minimal buttons keep from accidentally getting clicked on. Like all Logitech mice, there’s a compartment at the bottom to store the bluetooth USB for easy travel or storage. I paired it into my G Hub with all my other Logitech products. Set up is pretty easy too. Since it’s staying at my place as a backup, I chose the pink one. My boyfriend has a black one and a red one already. I would have opted for the white one, but it was out of stock at the Best Buy I went to. The box shows a darker pink, but when I opened it up, it was a lot lighter, almost Barbie pink.

    Posted by Melissa

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Logitech G PRO X Superlight - Review

    Logitech G PRO X Superlight - Mouse Review. After some time out of stock, I finally got my hands on the G PRO Superlight. I've used it for 10 days now, and I wanted to write a review about it. I've been a heavy user of the Logitech G703, but I wanted a lighter, ambidextrous mouse. The shape of the G703 became a little bulky for me, as I moved away from the palmgrip, and aimed for more of a fingertip/claw grip. These are my thoughts on the different aspects of the mouse: Shape: This is the first ambidextrous mouse I've owned, and I love the shape! Although my first reaction to the shape was that it feels slim, because the sides of the mouse are very steep. My hands cramped a little after heavy use, as it takes some time to adjust. Weight: The weight is very well balanced, and the superlight weight really makes it easy to flick and move the mouse around fast. 60g really feels like a sweetspot. Glide: At first, the glide doesn't feel super smooth, but after about 4 hours of breaking them down, it's actually very impressive! Something to note is that the stock skates doesn't have rounded edges. Coating: The coating has a matte and smooth feel, but is a little slippery if your hands are very dry. After some minutes of use, it sticks well to the hand. The printed silver logo could have been better in my opinion. The "silver" colour looks cheap. I think the look of the mouse would've been even better if the logo was the same colour as the mouse, only with a glossy finish - would've been very minimalistic and clean. M1 & M2: The main clicks are very good. They're snappy, crisp and not too light to the touch. They have a little bit of pre and post travel, but it's not noticable during use. I've read complaints regarding sidewobble, and while it is true that the buttons have some slight sideplay when you really force it to show, I have never felt any of this during gameplay or regular use. I'm very satisfied with the clicks. Sidebuttons: The sidebuttons are probably the weakest point of the superlight. They are very soft, with alot of pre and post travel. The clicks don't give you enough feedback to the touch, which can cause confusion if you clicked or not (this applies when you have a headset on and can't hear the click itself). The sidebuttons on the Superlight can compare to the DPI button on the G703. Scrollwheel: The scrollwheel is good, though it's on the lighter side, with a light feedback. If you're looking for a firm scrollwheel with very obvious steps, this may not be it. Sensor: Solid perfomance, not had any issues. Buildquality: The build quality is superb, even for a 60g mouse! It's very solid, and has very little give to it when squeezing the sides. There is no noises when shaking or squeezing the mouse. Keep in mind as the mouse is only 60 grams, it will naturally "feel" cheaper, than a heavier mouse (as cheap things often are related with light weight, and vice versa). Battery: Superb batterylife! I've used it alot for 10 days, and it's at 60%. Price: 150$ is alot for a mouse, regardless of how good it is (this mouse costs 188$ in Norway). There is alot of good choices for a lot less. Though, if you really enjoy the G PRO ambidextrous shape, and want a lightweight mouse with great main clicks, good buildquality, probably the best sensor, and great batterylife, you will be satisfied with the Superlight.

    Posted by Joshua

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Same great mouse, but lighter with better battery

    Logitech makes quality products and this is no different. Although I'm switching from a lighter mouse (Finalmouse Ultralight 2, ~12g lighter), this mouse does not feel noticeably heavier and is extremely light with a great glide. Fans of the original G Pro Wireless will likely enjoy this as it retains the same shape and sensor, but is lighter for increased precision and offers a bigger battery. Inside the box are the charging cord, wireless receiver, some additional feet and grip tape if you feel you need the extra glide or grip, although I found both of them not necessary personally. Unfortunately the grip tape also only comes in black it seems, which ruins the aesthetic of the all white mouse. If you purchase the black mouse, you shouldn't have this issue. Logitech has gone with their new "G Hub" software this time around, which I find to be a slightly worse experience than their previous "Gaming Software" although still good overall. The only real knock I have on this mouse is the price as there are competitors (Glorious) that offer similar products, although slightly heavier, for much cheaper. If you don't mind paying a premium for the Logitech name and warranty, then this is a great pickup and will likely last years to come.

    Posted by Fresco