Much like the earlier model, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 is one light mouse. It looks virtually the same, but weighs less at 60g. Inside, it gets a new sensor, more battery life, and even faster polling rates. If you want a premium superlight mouse, look no further.
- 95hr battery life
- Onboard memory for profiles
- Hero 2 sensor with 100 to 32,000 DPI, 2,000Hz max report rate
Compared with the cheaper Asus ROG Harpe Ace, the Superlight 2 is slightly heavier, but has better software. I like that I can configure a wide range of DPI settings, including having different levels for your X or Y axis. You can also tweak the lift-off distances to your preference. It's honestly a great mouse for FPS gaming, I really enjoyed using it for games like Counter-Strike 2.
The mouse can be used left-handed, but you won't be able to use the two left-side buttons. I'm a right-hander, and having those two buttons accessible is great. That's because I use them to adjust my DPI up or down, depending on the game I'm playing. While this mouse is primarily designed for FPS games, I loved the smooth acceleration for games such as Diablo IV. It allows me to better target my skills on monsters that are on opposite ends of my screen. If you need more grip, the mouse also comes with stickers to help with that. I've mostly used it with a claw grip for gaming, but use fingertip when I'm working. Both positions are super comfortable to use. I also like the feel of the buttons, they have a really nice click.
With up to 32,000 DPI, you don't have to worry about the mouse sensitivity. I don't really use a high DPI anyway, but it's nice to know it's there if you need it. The sensor is also really precise, even at higher DPI, giving you great control. The polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) feet offer smooth gliding, and you can swap out the bottom aperture door to either use it to wirelessly charge with PowerPlay or for more gliding. Battery life is rated at 95 hours, and I've gone two weeks without needing to charge yet. It's also using USB-C now, which is great since I can minimise the amount of cables I need on my desk.
At S$249, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 is slightly more expensive than the first version. It's a great mouse for those using a beginner mouse, but if you already own a Superlight, I don't think you should upgrade. The first-gen Superlight is a fantastic mouse, and this is just slightly better. Get it from Lazada or Shopee.
Note: Review unit provided by Logitech.
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