Logitech G Wireless Pro Gaming Mouse Review
Introduction and Technical Specifications
Published: 3rd October 2018 | Source: Logitech G | Price: |
Logitech have long been one of the mainstays of peripherals. Whilst not necessarily ground-breaking in any particular regard, they produce a huge range of products. In fact they have so many that we think it's fair to say everyone has owned a Logitech something in their gaming life. Whether it is one of their incredible ranges of steering wheel and pedal setups that have long been the benchmark by which all others are judged, or merely an affordable keyboard or mouse, their brand is both famous and popular.
We know that not everybody follows the world of peripherals, but if you did then you'll have seen the huge amount of people badgering Logitech to take their small, lightweight G-Series ethos and apply it to a high end gaming mouse. Even until very recently Logitech weren't giving anything away when answering these please but now we know the truth. In a research and development department deep in the heart of Logitech they were working on combining their LIGHTSPEED wireless technology with a fully featured HERO sensor to bring their most accurate wireless mouse to the gaming public.
We are here to discover if those efforts have led to a product worthy of the G series branding. So let's crack on.
The specifications for the G Wireless Pro Gaming read like a wishlist of the most premium features that you might expect to find on a flagship rodent. The chassis is smaller than most, perfect for those of you with smaller hands or who are simply younger. The HERO sensor that beats at the heart of the G Wireless Pro promises to pique the interest of anyone who is tired of mice which artificially inflate their numbers with interpolation and hardware acceleration. 100-16000 DPI without any filtering or smoothing should lead to a seriously responsive mouse that always placed your cursor exactly where you desire it.
Claimed battery life is excellent but what really makes the G Wireless Pro stand out is the insanely low weight of a mere 80g. Not only one of the lightest wireless mice we've seen but the lightest mice full stop.
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With mice and keyboards it's always just a question of what you're being used to and like. There is no real "this is good, this is bad" if you ask me.
But you're certainly right that pretty much anyone has ever owned a Logitech peripheral Even if it was just one of those old speaker systems
I can definitely say that I'm a fan and will always be one, after owning 3 G35 headsets, Media Keyboard Elite, G910 keyboard, MX518 and G400 mice, C720 webcam and testing the G633 headset Quote