Hands-on: Logitech G Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse sheds weight, not speed for $150

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There’s not much to Logitech G’s latest wireless gaming mouse, but that’s sort of the point. The Pro X Superlight is less than 63 grams (2.2 ounces), making it the company’s lightest mouse ever, and 25% lighter than its standard Pro wireless mouse. That’s about a 20-gram difference. To get it that low, Logitech trimmed it up all over — except for the battery life. The Pro X Superlight is designed for eSports and gamers whose main concern is having the lightest, fastest mouse possible without resorting to drilling holes in the shell. In fact, this is one of the few ultralight gaming mice that isn’t riddled with hexagons to get the weight down.Instead, Logitech has trimmed off features from the Pro wireless mouse. It’s lost the removable left and right side buttons — there’s just a fixed pair on the left side — and the programmable DPI button on the underside (though it would’ve been nice to somehow have that function integrated into the power switch). Also, there’s just one infinitesimal status light on top. Larger PTFE feet cut down on drag.  
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Speed, speed and more speedThe Pro X Superlight’s weight, paired with the overall …

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