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- Great for FPS games
- Lightweight and comfortable
- Wireless dongle storage area
- Glide friendly base panel
- Five buttons
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Two mice, two weeks, two faulty middle buttons
I really like this mouse, but I'm giving it 1 star. On the original mouse I ordered, the middle button stopped working properly after 3 days. On the replacement mouse, the middle button stopped working properly after 3 days. On both mice, an audible/tactile click on the mouse button did not register...
This is the one!
Been playing mostly FPS games since 95 and have been into mice ever since testing them and competing with them and I try even ones I think and even know I wont like or use. This one however is my new number 1 its the perfect weight and I have tried modified mice that weigh as little as 35 grams whic...
The Best Mouse - Spring 2022
For the ultimate lightweight experience without any cables to tie you down, the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is the best wireless ultra-lightweight gaming mouse we've tested. While many of the lightest gaming mice have honeycomb cutouts in their shells to reduce their overall weight, this mouse has a solid plastic body. Impressively, it's still exceptionally lightweight and has a sturdier-feeling build quality than many other similar offerings
A warning for those considering Glass Skates! (both LGG and Superglides) [review in comments]
The mousepad material can change the glide. Humidity, climate, temperature, mousepad wear, etc all also have the capability to affect the experience. Personally, I will be switching back to a pair of tiger ice skates on my g pro x superlight, and I will be holding off on mouse feet purchases asides the tried and true PTFE skates until further research and experience can convince me otherwise because I know that PTFE skates will always work well with mice, even if there are other properties to be desired. If anyone has anything to add to the conversation, feel free to put your ideas and thoughts down below!
Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Still the mouse's lightweight design and customization-friendly G Hub software make the peripheral one that competitive players will want to take into battle. Logitech’s Pro X Superlight is the lightest wireless esports mouse yet, but that crown comes with a few caveats. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox
HELP A NOOB CHOOSE! ( Info in comment )
This sub is obsessed with weight because it’s a huge deal for FPS players. If you’re not an FPS player, take G Pro X Superlight recommendations with a grain of salt. It’s a great mouse and I own one myself, but if you’re not looking to optimize your performance in aim-intensive games, just go with whatever is most comfortable. If you love the G502/Basilisk shape, check out the Basilisk Ultimate instead of the Hyperspeed.
the clicks, and third button press and scroll feel and sound better than the previous gen
11.12.21 bought for $129.99 with 10% cash back from Amazon Prime Visa card left and right clicks sounded too loud, metallic-clicky, fuller, and less premium compared to my brother's same model and my previous version. The clicks are supposed to sound quiet, less-defined, and premium. The weird thing...
Perfect weight thanks to a rechargeable USB Type C Lithium AAA battery. May be one of the easiest “mods” for the Orochi V2. Should last about 60 hours per battery. (Came in 4 pack) (1 gram less than Ultimate Lithium AAA Nonrechargable)
Superlight has huge, lower quality skates. Sensor - I’ll call it a draw. It’s easy to see what I’m getting at. Adding rechargeable batteries to this mouse is fantastic.
PSA: If the OG G303 fits your hand like a glove (ie. not too big not too small, just nice), don't bother with shroud
The mouse also seems to have some black circle spots that show where Shroud himself holds his fingers when holding the mouse. Then again if you have bigger hands or you were clawing G Pro X Superlight it might work out for you. G305 still a good mouse although it's about 85g'sh with AAA Lithium battery + Converter. I personally use it over GPX as the extra weight isn't nearly as bad as some might think.
Ordered Nov 18, arrived Jan 27. Well worth the wait
I've been waiting for this mouse to come out for almost a year. The original was not perfect and was showing it's age compared to other stuff in the market. From double clicking issues, and dated weight, this was going to fix it all. I loved the mouse to much, I swapped the flawed Omron's for Kailh ...
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