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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:12pm 06/06/19 | 0 Comments
Our trilogy of Logitech G Pro review is now complete - with the new Logitech G Pro Wireless Mouse. Perhaps the lightest gaming mouse on the market, and there's no wires to boot. Like with the Logitech G Pro Mechanical Keyboard and the Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset it continues the trend of minimal design with an eye on pro and competitive gaming.

And by lightweight, we mean it. Logitech has created perhaps the lightest wireless gaming mouse we’ve ever used – it clocks in at an almost featherweight 80g. As to why, the design decision is clear when your factor in the behinds the scenes story that led up to the release of the Logitech G Pro range. Alongside its own engineers and designers, Logitech worked closely with several pro gamers to fine tune and adjust each design to meet their needs. To create the perfect Gaming Mouse. Of course, the very idea of such a device is kind of absurd – as when you factor in grip styles, types of games, other uses, customisation, and so forth there are several acceptable preferences. As to how – that comes with the new low-power HERO 16k sensor and battery design that allows for both a small overall weight and long playtime between charges. Like, going a week or two without needing to be plugged in.

Click Here to Read Our Logitech G Pro Wireless Mouse Review



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