-The world’s most popular competitive gaming mouse just got even better with the new Superlight version of the G Pro X Wireless.
The G Pro Wireless has long been my absolute favorite gaming mouse for competitive games due to its lightweight design and slick, ambidextrous design and with the Superlight edition – and it just got even lighter.
- Excellent 63g superlight design
- Excellent 63g superlight design
- Incredibly powerful sensor
- Unmatched wireless technology
- No on-the-fly DPI adjustment
Pro X Superlight Review Summary
Just like its predecessor, the G Pro Wireless, the X Superlight is not a cheap piece of hardware but it’s not hard to understand why it is not something you can buy for 50 bucks. First of all, it is a wireless mouse that has the stability and power to match even the most expensive wired gaming mice in performance and even outdo most of them. On top of that, it gives you full control of how to harness that power with the G Hub software with excellent customization options.
The Pro X Superlight can compete with any mouse on the market and blows any wireless mouse I have tested out of the water. While the Viper Ultimate and the original Pro Wireless comes close, they simply cannot compete with the new 63g superlight design.
A powerful gaming mouse that weighs only 63g is not entirely unheard of as honeycomb mice have been able to achieve that weight for some time now but this is the first regular full-body gaming mouse to achieve this astounding milestone.
It is amazing that something so light can feel so qualitative. The G Pro Superlight feels like a natural part of your hand when playing and its 63g design and ultra-slick skates offer zero resistance when playing. Allowing you to become the best gamer you can possibly be.
An in-depth look at the G Pro X Superlight
Performance & features
The G Pro Wireless was the first wireless mouse to really earn the respect of professional players and quickly become one of the most popular mice on the esports scene. I honestly thought it would be longer before Logitech outdid themselves but they just did with the Pro X Superlight.
It’s outstanding ultra-lightweight design combined with an extraordinarily powerful sensor and exceptional battery life makes it hard to come up with anything too negative to say about Logitech’s new wonder kid. Though they have removed the on-the-fly DPI button which is a bit annoying but can easily be adjusted to any speed you want with the G Hub software.
So, why is it so good?
Like you would expect from a high-end mouse from an established company such as Logitech it is crammed full of all the latest technology on the market. This includes Logitech’s excellent Lightspeed wireless tech and the brand new Hero 25K Sensor which offers zero smoothing, zero acceleration, zero filtering, and 1000 Hz report rate. This is a list of specifications that no mouse on the market can really beat but it is also unnecessarily powerful and you likely won’t use even 20% of its power if you are even slightly average.
All of this is great but it’s not unexpected when you pay this kind of money. What sets the Pro X Superlight apart is how well the inner workings of the house works in sync with the ultralight design to give you an almost seamless gaming experience.
What does make it stand out is that all of this power is within a wireless mouse with such excellent battery life.
Easy charging & exceptional battery = Ultimate freedom
The battery can last as long as 70 hours of constant movement and automatically goes into standby if it’s not in movement for a few seconds. This means that realistically it will be a weekly or biweekly thing to charge it and when you even do it only takes a few hours and you can play while you charge.
This provides you with the freedom that no wired mouse can compete with and gives you all of the advantages of wireless gaming with none of the downsides.
Design – Masterful Craftsmanship
Honestly, at this point, it has to be the result of masterful engineering and exceptional expertise in the field. Mice like the G Pro Superlight does not happen by accident. Its design is second-to-none if you like ambidextrous mice, it’s the perfect size for almost any size of hands, the buttons are intuitively placed and, of course, it’s light as a feather.
The lightweight design working in conjunction with the powerful engine inside provides you with the most seamless gaming experience on the market. There is almost zero resistance to moving the mouse which will make it easier to flick, quick scope, and make clutch plays.
It’s one of those mice where you can definitely feel the increase in your own performance if you go from a standard mouse to this.
Quality – Light, yet strong
You might expect a mouse that only weighs 63g to feel fragile and weak but unless you plan to throw it into the wall every time you lose a match you won’t have any issues.
In fact, the slick design and strong materials make it feel quite expensive and you actually feel like you are holding a high-end piece of gaming equipment in your hands.
Great, but is it worth it?
Yes, absolutely. At least if you are a serious gamer that cares about your performance and tries to climb the ladder in a competitive game. It is not a coincidence that hundreds of professional gamers across several different games swapped to the G Pro Wireless the moment it came out. Having this sort of power in a wireless mouse does make a difference in your performance and the Superlight beats the G Pro Wireless in almost every regard.
Final Verdict – The new sheriff in town
I can’t wait to see Razer or one of the other competitor’s responses to this mouse. When Logitech blew them all out of the water with the G Pro Wireless, Razer came out with the Viper Ultimate a year after. Competition is healthy in this market if we want the best product’s possible and while I doubt it, I hope someone manages to make an even better competitive gaming mouse.
It is nothing short of extraordinary and it hits a ten out of ten for me in all three of the most important factors. Design, performance, and quality.
The price might be a bit overkill if you only play a few hours a week or just enjoy casual single-player games but for try-hard competitive gamers, this mouse is a wet dream.