Logitech introduces the G Pro Additionally, Logitech is launching a wireless G Pro X TKL mechanical keyboard with Lightspeed wireless connectivity.
The Logitech G Pro The wireless gaming mouse weighs 60 grams, compared to 63 grams for the first Superlight mouse. The Superlight 2 is equipped, among other things, with the new Hero 2 sensor. This offers a maximum of 32,000 dpi and can track at 500 inches per second. G Pro Polling Rate The current G Pro X Superlight has a polling rate of 1000Hz.
Moreover, the mouse button switches are renewed. Logitech talks about “hybrid optical-mechanical” switches, which, according to the manufacturer, should provide better response time. According to Logitech, the Superlight 2’s battery lasts for 95 hours on a single charge. According to the manufacturer, the G Pro X Superlight has a battery life of 70 hours. The mouse charges via USB-C, where its predecessor had a micro USB port. Logitech is launching the G Pro The mouse has a suggested retail price of €169 and will be available in black, white and pink.
G Pro X TKL Wireless Keyboard with Speed of Light
Logitech is also showing off the G Pro X TKL Wireless mechanical gaming keyboard. This features a keyless design with additional media keys and a sort of scroll wheel on top. The keyboard has mechanical Logitech GX switches, with the manufacturer offering three options: linear, Touch And My click. The G Pro Double shot-pbt-keycaps.
The keyboard also supports Logitech’s Lightspeed technology for wireless connections, though the keyboard can also be used via Bluetooth or USB-C. The manufacturer claims that the battery life of the G Pro X TKL Wireless is up to 50 hours. The keyboard is available immediately and costs €229. This will also be available in black, white and pink.