Logitech launches G Pro X Superlight 2 wireless gaming mouse

The Logitech G Pro X Superlight, colloquially known as GPX, is indubitably one of the titans in the gaming mouse realm, celebrated for its exquisite lightweight design combined with peerless wireless connectivity. Its acclaim resonates not only with professional eSports competitors but also with the broader gaming community. Three years post the debut of GPX, Logitech has gracefully unveiled the G Pro X Superlight 2, accentuating enhanced performance and rectifying minor oversights.

Aesthetically, the G Pro X Superlight 2 offers subtle deviations from its predecessor, bearing in mind the near-perfect ergonomics of the GPX that suit a myriad of gamers, obviating the need for radical redesigns. However, Logitech, in its relentless pursuit of perfection, managed to whittle down the weight to a mere 60g (from GPX’s 63g). Arguably, the most enticing upgrade, especially for aficionados of the GPW and GPX, is the much-anticipated transition to a USB-C port, facilitating seamless integration with users’ existing array of gadgets, serving both charging and wired mouse functionalities.

The true metamorphosis is encapsulated within. The G Pro X Superlight 2 boasts the HERO 2 optical sensor, elevating the DPI to a staggering 32,000, complemented by the G HUB’s capability to independently calibrate both X and Y axes. The tactile switches have undergone a transformation, now featuring Logitech’s proprietary Lightforce hybrid switches, promising swifter response times, augmented durability, and optimized power consumption. Moreover, its battery longevity stretches to an impressive 95 hours, still compatible with the Powerplay wireless charging technology via a replaceable base plate.

Currently, the introductory price point for the G Pro X Superlight 2 stands at $159, available in an elegant trio of black, white, and pink hues.