Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse

Last updated: July 18, 2019

Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse

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Product Details

In our analysis of 66 expert reviews, the Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse placed 4th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Designed over two years with direct input from many professional esports players, Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse is built to the exacting standards of some of the world’s top esports professionals. PRO Wireless gaming mouse is purpose-built for extreme performance and includes the latest and most advanced technologies available. Featuring LIGHTSPEED technology, PRO Wireless overcomes the limitations of latency, connectivity and power to provides rock-solid and super fast 1 mms report rate connection. PRO Wireless gaming mouse is also equipped with the next-generation version of the HERO sensor. HERO 16K is the highest performing and most power-efficient gaming sensor that Logitech has ever made for pixel-precise targeting in fps and mob games. An incredibly lightweight endoskeleton and ergonomic design improve maneuverability and comfort while removable side buttons and programmable LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting give you the ultimate in mouse customization.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

This mouse is incredibly accurate, comfortable, customizable, and has absolutely insane battery life. It's the lightest mouse around.
Regarding the first of these, the G Pro Wireless is superb. Logitech has done an amazing job of creating a mouse that’s small and light yet still very comfortable to use in a variety of grip styles, all the while being ambidextrous. Weighing just 80g, it’s phenomenally light for a wireless mouse, making it easy to move around very quickly for prolonged periods of time.
This small, sleek mouse features flawless wireless performance and a top-notch sensor, but with a simple, stripped-down design and no extra weight to speak of. In fact, the mouse is astonishingly light — and that's probably going to be divisive. The same features that make the G Pro Wireless attractive for tournament players may make it a tougher sell for those who just want a solid wireless mouse.
The Wireless Pro’s extreme responsiveness under hand is incredibly conducive to reflexive gaming, allowing for fast, agile movements unhindered by neither wires nor weight. The switches are snappy, and the mouse’s simple ergonomics and shape lend to a truly enjoyable, fleet gaming experience.
The G Pro Wireless is an ambidextrous mouse, with two buttons on either side of it. These buttons attach magnetically and can be removed to turn the G Pro into a right or left-handed mouse, or you can just leave all four on and expand your options when it comes to key binding. This is similar to the ambidextrous design on the G903, and I think preserving that in the G Pro Wireless is a great move.
The effectiveness of the G Pro Wireless doesn’t just come from the powerful specifications and features, but also it’s incredibly comfortable and lightweight design that makes the G Pro Wireless such an absolute joy to use.
The plastic has a nice, smooth finish, and the scroll wheel features a rubber strip where the notches are. The good thing about it is that this is the only rubber you’ll get on the G Pro wireless gaming mouse.
This is supremely comfortable and has fantastic sensor performance.
The G Pro Wireless houses its USB receiver inside of the mouse, making it even more portable than other Logitech wireless gaming mice, like the G903. Even if you opt-out of buying the PowerPlay wireless charging mat, the G Pro lasts around 60 hours of usage on a single charge (with lights off), so you don’t have to coddle the battery.
The G Pro Wireless is simplicity itself. It’s a beautiful, sleek looking mouse which is finished with the familiar Logitech G logo towards the back of the unit. Aside from that nothing else would betray that you’re holding a state of the art gaming mouse, and that’s how I like it.

What reviewers didn't like

This is quite expensive.
This is expensive.
And just like professional sporting equipment, the Wireless Pro doesn’t come cheap.. You’ll have to cough up $150 for the privilege of all that Logitech proprietary tech. That’s a touch pricier than the G903 at the current market price for one thing, but compared to the usual esports mouse fare – a great sensor in a rather unspectacular frame – it’s a huge cost to swallow.
The G Pro Wireless doesn’t have a button that allows you to put the scroll wheel into a free spinning mode. The only major criticism I have is one of pricing. Just like the G903, the G Pro Wireless costs an eye-watering $150. That’s a huge amount of money for a mouse, even one as spectacular as the G Pro.
A bit pricey.
This is too small for some and a biy pricey.
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