In this blog I will talk about Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse.
Logitech has launched its new gaming mouse G PRO X Superlight in India which was launched in the US last year.
I got this mouse a few week ago and have been using it as my primary mouse since then.
In this Logitech G PRO X Superlight review, I will share with you my personal experience of using this mouse and tell what features do you get in it?
And what are the factors that make it a premium gaming mouse?
Let’s figure out.
- Extremely lightweight, especially for a wireless mouse
- Powerful Hero 25K sensor
- Dongle storage
- Comes with an extra PTFE panel for super-smooth mousing
- Fits many different grip types
- Sophisticated and comfortable design
- Ridiculously speedy performance with a 25,600 DPI
- Excellent response time
- No RGB
- No Bluetooth support
|Sensor technology||Optical (LED)|
|Sensor model||HERO 25K|
|Minimum DPI||100 DPI|
|Maximum DPI||25,600 DPI|
|Minimum polling rate||125 Hz|
|Maximum polling rate||1000 Hz|
|Polling rate adjustment||Yes|
|Total number of buttons||5|
|Profile switching button||Yes|
|Battery life||Upto 70 hours|
|Charging cable length||5.9 ft (1.8 m)|
What’s in the Box
- Logitech G PRO X Superlight wireless gaming mouse
- USB receiver
- Receiver extension adapter
- Micro-USB charging cable
- Optional grip tape
- Cloth wipe
- Optional aperture door with PTFE foot
Now let`s begin Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse review and apprehend all its factors one by one.
Let’s start with its design and build quality.
Design & Build Quality
The Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse will be available in three different colors; Black, White and Magenta.
This mouse comes with an ambidextrous shape, due to which whether you are a left-handed gamer or right-handed, you will be able to use it easily provided you do not use the extra buttons.
But if you use extra buttons, then this mouse will be compatible only for right-handed users.
On top of the mouse you will see the Logitech G logo.
We got to see RGB lights in Logitech’s previous gaming mouse, but this time we have not been given any light; as a result, RGB lovers will definitely be disappointed.
Towards the top of the mouse we have been given a notification light which shows the DPI level.
We will talk about this in the section of DPI, so for now let’s ignore it.
Apart from this, it has left and right buttons and wheels which are made of high quality plastic and give a premium feel.
The charging port is given on the front of the mouse, which is quite well placed.
Due to which you will be able to use the mouse easily even while charging.
On the other hand, if we talk about the feet of the mouse, here we have been given sensor, on/off switch and USB receiver storage port.
You are also given an extra aperture door for this storage port.
In addition, the honeycomb design is not used in this mouse, yet its total weight is only 63 grams.
And it’s by far the lightest wireless gaming mouse I’ve tested.
Due to its lightness, you will be able to use it easily.
Overall, in terms of design, the Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse is small enough that you can easily carry it in your laptop bag.
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Logitech G PRO X Superlight is very good in terms of usage.
Although we neither get to see the ergonomic design nor the thumb rest in it, but despite this, it is very comfortable to hold.
Due to which it can be held in any way, whether it is claw grip users or palm grip.
Also, whether the size of your hands is big or small, you will be able to use it easily.
However, if you have very small hands and you are a fingertip grip user then it will be a bit difficult for you to reach the side buttons.
Overall, in terms of comfort, the Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse is a better fit, except if you are a fingertip grip user with smaller hands.
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The Logitech G PRO X Superlight is a wireless gaming mouse that comes with a USB receiver to connect to any device.
Although unfortunately we did not get Bluetooth support in this which disappointed me a bit.
Because in this price range I expect Bluetooth connectivity.
But in a nutshell, if you don’t need Bluetooth connectivity, and USB wireless connectivity is enough for you then you will not have any complaints in connectivity.
Now that the Logitech G PRO X Superlight is a wireless gaming mouse, latency plays an important role here.
The specialty of Logitech’s gaming mouse is that we get to see very low latency in them, which is necessary for a better gaming experience.
I got around 9ms of latency while testing Logitech G PRO X Superlight, which is really low.
As this feature, you will get instant response while gaming, which will further improve gaming.
In short, the Logitech G PRO X Superlight impressed in terms of latency.
Battery & Charging
In wireless gaming gears, we have to consider battery and charging as well.
We get around 65 to 70 hours of battery life with the Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse which is really insane.
With this you do not need to charge it for several weeks.
To charge this mouse, we get a micro USB charging cable which is of good quality.
But in today’s era, where Type-C cable is dominated everywhere, the micro USB cable is a little far from my understanding.
However, there is no problem in charging with this micro USB cable.
Also, the mouse has a charging port on the front, due to which you can easily use it even while charging.
In short, this mouse offers a battery life of around 70 hours which you will be able to use even while charging.
DPI (Dots Per Inch)
The Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse has a maximum DPI level of 25600 which makes it a superfast wireless gaming mouse.
Whereas this mouse can be set to a minimum of about 100 DPI level.
Although gamers usually never need such high DPI levels.
But of course it gives you much better DPI levels customization which make it very fast.
You can customize these DPI levels with the help of software.
In the software, you have been given different colors for different DPI levels, which are seen in the LED notification light given above the mouse.
Due to which you can estimate DPI levels without going into software.
In short, this mouse offers 100 to 25600 DPI which can be customized with the help of G-HUB software.
In Logitech G PRO X Superlight we are given four different polling rates: 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, and 1000Hz.
All these polling rates can be selected with the help of software.
Onboard Memory Profiles
We have been given 5 onboard memory profile slots in the Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse.
Which allow you to save up to 5 different settings.
Due to this, you will be able to save your favorite setting once and select it in just one click with the help of the Software.
Due to which you will not need to customize the settings again even after changing the device.
The Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse has a total of 5 buttons, of which the left click, right click and wheel buttons are the main ones while two extra buttons are given on the left side of the mouse.
All buttons are programmable which you will be able to program with the help of software.
I did not face any problem in using the buttons nor did I see any problem like double click.
Consider this if
- You like a gaming mouse with a simple design
- Required for FPS gaming
- You are looking for a premium mouse
- You need a lightweight gaming mouse
- You need a wireless gaming mouse
Avoid this if
- You are RGB lover
- You need for MMO gaming
- You are looking for a budget gaming mouse
- You need a wired gaming mouse
- You need Bluetooth connectivity
Logitech G PRO X Superlight Review: Bottom Line
The Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse is undoubtedly a great product that every Indian gamer would want to include in their gaming gear lineup.
There are many other great options in this segment that still weigh heavily on the Logitech G PRO X Superlight.
Indian gamers often won’t make such a huge investment due to their lightness unless they are in great need of a new gaming mouse.
But if you are going to buy a new gaming mouse and you have a good budget then you can definitely go for it.
Also, if you don’t have enough budget then check out this top gaming mouse under 2000 rupees guide for better budget options.
I have been using the G PRO X Superlight continuously for the past several days and can say that it is one of the best wireless gaming mouse in its segment.
What do you think about Logitech G PRO X Superlight gaming mouse?
Do let me know in the comments below.
Logitech G PRO X Superlight Review: FAQ’s
Is the G Pro X Superlight worth it?
Equipped with great build quality, blazingfast performance, lightweight, good customization and superior comfort, this gaming mouse is a bit pricey but you pay for what you get.
So definitely the G Pro X Superlight is worth it.
How light is the G Pro X Superlight?
The honeycomb design is not seen in G Pro X Superlight, despite which its total weight is only 60 grams.
And it’s by far the lightest wireless gaming mouse I’ve tested.
Is G Pro X Superlight good for claw grip?
We don’t get to see the ergonomic design and no thumb rest in the G Pro X Superlight, but even if you are a gamer of any hand size and grip type.
You will be able to use it easily.
I’m a Claw Grip user myself and I didn’t have any problems using it at all.
Does the Superlight have double click issues?
I have started using it continuously since last few days as I have already mentioned in this review.
And after so much use I have not seen any issue of double click in it till now.
Does the superlight have RGB?
No, RGB is not provided in G Pro X Superlight which definitely disappoints RGB lovers like me.
But not having RGB will definitely improve the battery life of the mouse.
How long does Logitech G Pro X Superlight last?
The G Pro X Superlight is a wireless gaming mouse that offers a battery life of around 65 to 70 hours.
So if you charge it full once, then it lasts for about 70 hours.
What switches does the Superlight use?
Omron 20M switches have been used in Logitech G Pro X Superlight.
Also, let me tell you that these are not the switches that were used in the G Pro Wireless, which caused the problem of double clicking, which is a good thing.