Super light mice are fantastic, especially when they don't come full of holes to trap dirt, hair, and in my case, loose cat fur. The Logitech G Pro X Superlight manages to come in at under 63g, making the mouse feel almost weightless in my hands. As an added bonus, it doesn't have RGB lighting, making it great for office work, too.
- Less than 63g
- 70hr battery life
- Onboard memory for profiles
Much like the Razer Viper Ultimate, the Pro X Superlight doesn't come with a honeycomb design to reduce weight. Its symmetrical form factor means you can use it left-handed as well, but you won't be able to access the left side buttons comfortably. The mouse is PowerPlay compatible, which means if you have a PowerPlay wireless charging mouse pad, you can keep the Superlight charged all the time. Otherwise, you can switch out the aperture door for one with Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) feet for even more gliding.
I really love how smooth the mouse feels, especially when I make big swooping movements in FPS games. The mouse is pretty accurate when tracking, and you can configure it to have up to five DPI settings. This means you can go from a low DPI for FPS, to a high DPI for MOBAs easily. The Logitech G Hub software lets you reconfigure the buttons, either on Mac or PC. This gives it an advantage over the Razer Viper Ultimate, as Razer's software is PC only. You can also program macros for Superlight's buttons, but I've set the side buttons to switch between DPI settings.
Battery life is rated at 70 hours of continuous use. I've actually almost gone through two weeks of use before I needed to recharge. That's similar to what I've experienced with the Viper Ultimate. Lastly, while I like the smooth finish of the Superlight, the mouse comes with grip stickers you can add on to the mouse. The buttons are easy to press without too much force, and both the fingertip and claw grip positions feel comfortable.
Retailing at S$239 officially, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight isn't the cheapest around. But it is priced similarly to the Razer Viper Ultimate. However, the Superlight having Mac support does give it a slight leg up, though the Viper Ultimate comes with a charging dock. The good news is that I've seen it discounted to as low as S$182 on Shopee. Feel free to also grab it from Lazada.
Note: Review unit provided by Logitech.
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