|Type of motion sensor||Optical|
|Device interface||USB Type-A|
|Also for left-handed||no|
|Especially suited for RSI||no|
|Customizable movement resolution||yes|
|Programmable mouse buttons||yes|
|Plug and Play||yes|
|Linux operating systems supported||yes|
|Colour of product|
|Charging station included||no|
|Operating resolution||16000.0 dpi|
|Max polling rate||1000Hz/1ms|
|Buttons type||Pressed buttons|
|Number of buttons||6|
|Number of wheels||1|
Oh you thought the Logitech G Pro Wireless was light? Think again.
The Logitech G Pro X pairs a good gaming headset with great software to offer an experience that lands somewhere in the middle.
The Logitech G PRO Headset Review - built for pro gamers and compared with the HyperX Cloud and also with the Grado SR60e
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is a well functioning, comfortable, light, responsive gaming mouse that does exactly what it promises
Pro gamers looking for a light and simple wireless mouse with excellent tracking will do well with the simple but powerful Logitech G Pro Wireless Mouse.
Logitech finally outdid the G Pro Wireless with the G Pro X Superlight.
Simple, comfortable, and practical, the Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse is ideal for the professional gamer and anyone who wants to be one someday.
Light as a feather
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is every bit as good as the Logitech G Pro that came before it, and then some
Lightweight, agile, and simply amazing
The Logitech G Pro Wireless is a landmark mouse, with incredible battery life and low weight for a wireless mouse, but all this advancement costs a pretty penny.
The Logitech G Pro Wireless features flawless wireless performance and a top-notch sensor with a simple, stripped-down design.
For the longest time, there was one irrefutable rule when it came to buying gaming peripherals: wired is better than wireless. Not anymore.
With professional build quality and robust sound, the G Pro X headset runs circles around the competition.
Using the experiences of real professional gamers, the Logitech G Pro X looks to a bring esports-ready audio to a lower price bracket. Is it a champion?
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