A fantastic gaming mouse, the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is also a good choice for working in the office. We’ve tried several mouse, but this one is among the lightest, which is even more amazing given that it’s a wireless one.
Because of its short click latency and high polling rate and the ability to fine-tune the CPI in increments of 50, it performs well whether used wirelessly or wired.
However, the side buttons may be difficult to press with a fingertip grip if you have very tiny hands.
All of its buttons may be reprogrammed, and a G-Shift button can be added for an additional level of control, however, for certain MMO players, this may not be enough buttons.
The Logitech G Pro Wireless is quite similar to this mouse, however, the SUPERLIGHT is substantially lighter and only has two side buttons that cannot be removed.
What Is G PRO X SUPERLIGHT?
The Logitech PRO X SUPERLIGHT gaming mouse is a superb ultra-lightweight alternative to the standard gaming mouse. For some reason, this mouse is among the lightest wireless mice ever tested, even without the honeycomb design.
With the attached PTFE footed aperture door, it should glide even better than before. PTFE feet glide incredibly smoothly.
Pros And Cons Of G PRO X SUPERLIGHT
- Astonishingly fast click-through rate.
- High-quality materials and construction.
- Suitable with both Mac and Windows.
Too large for small hands using fingertip grip.
Availability in Varieties
Colors, Style, and Shape
The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is available in black, pink, and white. Logitech G Pro Wireless features the same ambidextrous form, but it lacks two extra buttons on its right side.
The phrase “Superlight” is inscribed on the right side of the non-lit G logo on the rear.
No Extra Weights No Weight Distribution Centered. Even though the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT doesn’t have a honeycomb construction, it is still very light. Because it’s wireless, it’s one of the lightest mice we’ve ever tried.
The weight cannot be optimized. The Finalmouse Starlight-12 Small weighs just 45 grams, while the Finalmouse Starlight-12 Medium, which is a little bigger, weighs only 50 grams.
They are, however, currently only accessible through third-party merchants and may be quite costly.
Comfort For Use In Which Hand?
It’s a pleasure to work with this. Thumb rest is absent, although it should still be adequate for most hand sizes and grip types, despite the lack of an ergonomic form. A rubber grip strip may be attached to the mouse’s sides, however, the mouse itself does not have any grips.
If you’re looking for a gaming mouse that’s almost as light and has a right-handed design, go no further than this one.
With its claw grip, the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is comfortable in the hands of people of all sizes. With a palm grip, the mouse may be used by everyone, regardless of their hand size. With a fingertip grip, it is suited for all hand sizes, however, persons with tiny hands may have difficulty reaching the front side button.
Is It a Quality Build Up?
The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT is a well-made piece of tech gear. Despite its low weight, it’s built of durable plastic that doesn’t break easily.
However, frequent usage should not be adversely affected by the tiny bend around the sensor while applying pressure. Pressing on the left or right-click causes them to slide to the side slightly.
What All Are There 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
Sensor And Performance
The G Pro Wireless was Logitech’s first wireless gaming mouse, and the Superlight is a worthy successor. There are no predictions, snapping, or jitter in the whole DPI range of 100 to 25,600 DPI with the HERO (high efficiency rated optical) sensor.
Neither the GPW nor the Superlight has caused me any problems with spinning out. The HERO does all of this without a hitch while using almost little battery power.
In case you’ve never used a wireless gaming mouse before, the most important thing to remember is that wireless mice have the same latency as wired ones, and Logitech mice tend to be the most responsive in this regard.
The Superlight is noticeably lighter than the GPW, dropping from 80 grams to 62-ish grams. It flies like a dream and is a joy to operate. The PTFE disc or no disc at all is the best configuration, since it saves around 5 grams in weight.
To see a wireless mouse this thin and light without any holes or sacrifices to either performance or battery life is fantastic.
Logitech and Razer have been battling it out for wireless gaming mouse dominance. As of the right moment, only the Viper Ultimate competes with Logitech’s Pro X Superlight Wireless for the title of best wireless gaming mouse in the world.
Even though it’s a tight race, I believe the Superlight is the greatest gaming mouse money can buy, bar none. There are just two minor issues with Logitech’s new mouse: side button mushiness and doubts about double-click dependability.
A hybrid grip or palm grip with medium hands is likely to find this mouse to be an excellent fit. Consider the Viper Ultimate and Model O Wireless, as well as the Superlight, if you’re seeking the best wireless mouse for claw grippers.