Logitech G Pro X Superlight Review

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Review

Logitech has always been the most prominent and trusted brand when it comes to the best gaming mouse. Every year we have seen the company delivering some top-notch products especially, gaming keyboards, keypads, mice, headsets, and other gaming peripherals for the PC gaming community. This time Logitech came up with a successor to its G PRO X. The Superlight features a simple design, but with excellent specifications.

Logitech had blasted the market last time with the release of its G pro X Wireless and this year they have done it again with the release of the superlight.

The mouse may look very simple and elegant in design but You cannot expect more than this in the $150 range. In this article we have summed up every detail of this mouse, So before we review it further, Let’s see the specifications of the device.              

Logitech G Pro X Superlight

Mathew Bradford

Design
Performance
Features

Summary

From the build quality to the performance, there is nothing that lacks in this device. The Superlight has everything that one wants from a multi-tasking mouse. Not too much fancy, or not that much simple. It’s a balanced Light-weighted gaming mouse.

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Logitech G PRO X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse - White
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Logitech G Pro X Superlight Specifications

The superlight looks almost identical to the Logitech G Pro wireless, but if we look at the specifications we can see the massive difference between the two devices. The highlighting feature of the superlight is that you do not feel anything while you are holding the mouse. It weighs nearly 60 grams, So you can assume its weight and holding from there. Before we describe it any further Here are the specifications.

  • Weight: 2.2 ounces (Less than 63 grams)
  • DPI: Maximum of 25,600
  • Size: 4.9 X 2.5 X  1.6 Inches
  • RGB: NO
  • Wireless: Yes
  • Buttons: Left, Right, Traditional thumb buttons and clickable scroll wheel.
  • Sensor Model: HERO 25K
  • Cable Length: 1.8 Meter USB Type-A

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Design

Logitech is best known for its customizable and eye-catching designs. If we talk about the design, the Superlight seems like a downgrade to its predecessor. There are no customizable buttons, RGB lightings, In fact, it’s a simple design that looks similar to any mouse used in offices.

Looking at the specifications the Logitech G Pro X Superlight looks like a very interesting device and indeed it is. No one can expect this mouse to be made for gaming due to its clean design. But in terms of gaming, this is a killer device.

The shape of the Superlight X is almost similar to the G PRO wireless, which is just lacking the cosmetic add-ons. The Superlight X features two buttons at its side, Assigned as forward and backward clicks, Along with a clickable cursor.

The most appealing factor yet for this mouse is its weight. Logitech claims this mouse to be less than 63 grams. In fact, the mouse only weighs around 60 grams giving a substantial boost to its design and performance, and making it the lightest gaming mouse.

The simple and minimalistic design makes this mouse suitable for both gaming and office use. If we talk about its predecessor we can see that the G PRO Wireless was only a gaming-friendly and orientated mouse. The superlight can be used in offices as well as for personal uses because there are no fancy lightings to disturb the user in a controlled environment.

Logitech G PRO X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse - white

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Performance

“Don’t’ judge a book by its cover”. It’s the best example to demonstrate the Superlight mouse. The G Pro X Superlight is a beast in terms of performance. Logitech has packed this device with its latest technology; the HERO 5 (High-Efficiency Rated Optical).

The Mouse features a maximum of 25,600 DPI, much higher than Logitech G502 Hero and Razer Viper‘s 16000 DPI and Deathadder Chroma‘s 10,000 DPI), and this gives a smooth gaming experience. With these specifications, we can say that there is no need to worry about the performance. The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is a wireless-connected mouse with the connectivity of 2.4 GHz wireless dongle technology.

The gaming performance of this device is exceptional.  Whether you play PUBG or CSGO this mouse is all which you are going to need. We tested the superlight on different games including some top FPS titles like CS: Go and Doom and found the results very interesting. The performance was good. We cannot say that better than every mouse, but it was exceptional regarding the price tag of the device. Logitech has made this device very light-weighted for gamers, but that’s not the only thing you are getting in this device.

Along with all that amazing features, The Superlight is equipped with an advance PTFE feet coverage which enables the mouse to add more coverage. The coverage can be expanded more by adjusting the Circular cover on the bottom of the device.

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Battery

The battery backup of the Superlight X is slightly better than its predecessor. The device offers a total battery backup of around 72 hours. If we talk about recharging the battery, The G PRO X Superlight comes with a USB- Type-A cable to charge the mouse.

Although there are many mice available in the USB- Type C charging format which gives faster and reliable charging but the prices are high competing with the Superlight. Considering the price of this device, we can say that the USB-type A format is OK because the device is available in only the $150 range.

You can also move to Logitech’s Power play Mat which may cost you some extra bucks. In case you don’t know about the power play mat, It is a mouse pad designed to charge supported devices while you use them. It is a very interesting feature of the mouse and as well as the mat. So if you are having some extra bucks you can go for this modern technology.

Logitech G PRO X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Features

The Superlight X comes with up enormous features packed inside it. The prominent of them being the DPI levels. The device comes with five main DPI levels which are 400, 800, 1600, 3200, and 6400 respectively.

Like its predecessor, the superlight is also controlled by the Logitech G Hub software. The G Hub is a program designed to change the settings of the device, as per the user’s needs. Without this application, you would not be able to change the DPI rates.

The mouse is equipped with onboard memory. Logitech has introduced two modes in the superlight. One being the “onboard memory mode” and the other being the G Hub.  You can create a total of 5 profiles on the onboard memory with different settings. G Hub program can be used once the onboard feature is turned off, which lets the user customize different features of the mouse.

The wireless feature of this mouse is amazing. The wireless quality is flawless. While gaming, it doesn’t feel like you are playing the game on a wireless mouse.  It helps the best when you are playing FPS games. The aiming and shooting get much better with the superlight.

Before we further review this mouse, let us show you an overview of the pros and cons of the Logitech G Pro X Superlight.

Reasons to Buy
  • Easy to handle and Lightweight
  • Up to 5 DPI levels
  • Supports the Logitech G Hub Software
  • Battery backup of up to 72 hours
Reasons to Avoid
  • Simple Design
  • No RGB lightings
  • USB Type-C is not supported

FAQs

Here are the FAQs to further clear your mind about this device.

Is the G Pro X Superlight a gaming mouse?

Yes, The Superlight has everything which is needed to fall in the gaming mouse category.

Does the G Pro X Superlight use replaceable AAA batteries?

No, The G Pro X Superlight is rechargeable using the Type-A cable, or you can use the Logitech Power play mat to charge the device wirelessly.

Is the G Pro X Superlight RGB supported?

Sadly No, Unlike its previous model, Logitech has removed the RGB lighting feature from this mouse to increase battery backup.

Which is the best gaming mouse available?

In a way, we can say that the G Pro X superlight is the best available gaming mouse in the market, because of the features and price combinations. There are no other products available that feature the same performance in this price range.

Where I can buy this mouse?

You can search for it in your local market, or you can simply get it from Amazon or Logitech’s official website.

Is the G Pro X wireless better than the G Pro X superlight?

The G Pro X was a beast of its time. In terms of looks, it is still considered far superior to the Superlight. But considering the features, we can say that in the terms of performance the Superlight is a better option.

Final Verdict

The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is a very good device in every term. We analyzed the design, performance, and features of this device. Surely we can say that it is one of the finest mice available in the market in this price range. 

From the build quality to the performance, there is nothing that lacks in this device. The Superlight has everything that one wants from a multi-tasking mouse. Not too much fancy, or not that much simple. It’s a balanced Light-weighted gaming mouse.

The Superlight is available to buy at just the price tag of $150. There are many options available in this particular price range, and of them being the predecessor to this model; the G PRO X wireless. But there is a lot of difference of features among them. You are getting a much sleek design, high number of DPIs at almost the same price.

In the end, we would say that the G PRO X superlight is a blend of performance and comfort at a decent price tag. It is a quality-oriented product from a Worldwide recognized manufacturer.

That’s it for today, If you have any queries regarding this device then you can reach out to us by commenting below.


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