Logitech’s upcoming innovation, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2, is generating significant anticipation as details emerge from leaks. This wireless gaming mouse, set to succeed the original Logitech G Pro X Superlight, showcases substantial advancements that are bound to capture the attention of gamers.
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight astounded with its 63g weight, but leaked information suggests the Mark II version trims off an additional 3g, aiming for an impressive 60g total weight. The Hero 2 main sensor is a pivotal upgrade, increasing from 25,000 DPI to a remarkable 32,000 DPI, projecting an IPS rating of around 500. Acceleration potential rises to 40G, while battery life extends to 95 hours despite weight reduction, surpassing the previous 70 hours. Notably, the polling rate doubles from 1,000Hz to 2,000Hz.
Aside from technical improvements, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 swaps micro USB for USB-C, simplifying wired connectivity and charging. With minor design changes and a focus on refinement, Logitech aims to elevate an already successful product.
Expected to launch soon at 169 euros in Germany, this mouse presents a compelling option for gaming enthusiasts, building upon the legacy of its predecessor.