Shroud New Mouse : Behold the Logitech G PRO X Superlight. The name is probably heavier than the mouse will be. At just 63 grams, it is nearly 25% lighter than the standard PRO wireless mouse. Here is what Shroud had to say about it.
Does Shroud like the latest addition to his mouse collection?
Shroud liked the mouse and even said “It’s crazy how light this thing is… it’s nuts!”. He also loved the new PTFE feet that have been added to the bottom of the mouse, which ensure a good tracking experience on any given surface.
Shroud proceeded to frag out on some Death Matches for a while and comically said that “I feel like this mouse is TOO light”. When he switched back to his old mouse (SHROUD edition if we might add), he said it felt heavy.
In fact, we quote, “This feels so heavy now, holy sh*t! It’s crazy how a 20-gram difference between the same mouse, can feel so drastically different.”
After playing with his old mouse for some time, he says, “I think I’ve been using the Superlight for too long. The regular one feels ancient to me.” Eventually, he switches back to his Standard G PRO X and says that the SuperLight just feels too light for him.
Should you buy it?
If we look at it from a logical perspective, this mouse should probably be the one for you. This is because lighter mice are easier to control and can be maneuvered to your liking with relative ease.
All of this coupled with the 72-hour battery life and super-fast response times makes it a go-to amongst gaming mice. The price tag, however, might be intimidating to most as it is priced at $149.99. However, if you’ve got the cash, starting out with this mouse as your first ever might be a good idea.
This is because most of the people that have reviewed it have said that is too light for their liking. The preferable range of people that are broken in with heavier mice is around the 70-80 gram range. Keeping this in mind, check out the video of Shroud reviewing the G PRO X Superlight.