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Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse, Tournament Edition Used by Esport Professionals, RGB Lightning with 6 Programmable Buttons, International Package - Black
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- The lightweight body and optical gaming sensor are engineered for unprecedented speed, precision and responsiveness
- The optical gaming mouse delivers high accurate and consistent responsiveness at any speed across the entire DPI range (200 - 12,000). Height is 116.6 mm ,Width is 62.15 mm and Depth is 38.2 mm
- The metal spring button tensioning system enhances the consistency of the left/right game mouse buttons and helps reduce the force needed to click, providing a crisp, reliable click performance
- Customisable with up to 16.8 million colours, this gaming mouse is ideal for sporting your team's colour, personalising your setup or synchronising with other G products
- This gaming mouse is constructed with lightweight and durable materials for high-speed gaming and comfort; international and German packaging contain the same product
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Logitech G worked together with eSports athletes to create the pro gaming mouse. Inspired by the simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body eSports professionals. Logitech's optical sensor PMW3366 provides high tracking accuracy and the metal spring tensioning system delivers a reliable click performance. Customisable with up to 16.8 million colours, G Pro also has an on-board memory so you can save your preferences directly to the mouse. Built on over 30 years of Logitech expertise in engineering, building and testing mice, pro is designed for performance play.
Logitech G Pro gaming mouse:
- Competition-grade: Designed with the pros
- Enhanced PMW3366 optical sensor: No acceleration or smoothing and 200 - 12,000 DPI
- Metal spring button tensioning system
- programmable lighting and buttons
- Comfortable and durable
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Logitech G PRO Gaming Mouse
Competition-grade – Designed with the pros
Logitech G worked together with eSports athletes to create the Pro Gaming Mouse. Inspired by the classic, simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body made popular by top competitive eSports professionals. With tracking accuracy, reliable click feedback and 16.8 million custom colours, Pro is designed for performance play.
- Advanced PMW3366 optical sensor – No acceleration or smoothing and 200-12,000 DPI.
- Metal spring button tensioning system.
- Programmable lighting and buttons.
- Comfortable and durable.
Logitech G Pro Gaming mouse was inspired by the classic lines and simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body made popular by top competitive esports professionals.
Advanced Optical Gaming Sensor
Consistent, pixel-precise accuracy makes a critical difference in high-stakes competitive gameplay. The PMW3366 delivers a level of precision widely considered to be the best by enthusiasts and professionals alike. With zero smoothing, filtering or acceleration across the entire DPI range (200-12,000DPI), it provides exceptional tracking accuracy and consistent responsiveness at any speed.
Customisable with up to 16.8 million colours. Suitable for sporting your team or your favourite team’s colour, personalising your setup or synchronising with other G products. In competition, this lighting also acts as a power indicator so you know your equipment is plugged in.
Six Programmable Buttons
Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse can be used out-of-the-box with preset programming or fully configured to match exactly to your preferences. Six programmable buttons are available if you prefer to bind custom commands to the mouse itself.
With an onboard memory, you can save your preferences directly to the mouse for competition systems without the need to instal custom software or reconfigure your settings.
Advanced Button Tensioning
Advanced button tensioning in Logitech G Pro gaming mouse enhances the consistency of the left/right mouse buttons and helps reduce the force needed required to click. This results in crisp, reliable click performance you can depend on at the highest level of competition.
|G502 Proteus Spectrum||G900 Chaos Spectrum||G403 Wired||G403 Wireless||G Pro|
|Maximum Acceleration||40 G||40 G||40 G||40 G||40 G|
|Maximum USB Report Rate||1 ms (1000 Hz)||1 ms (1000 Hz)||1 ms (1000 Hz)||1 ms (1000 Hz)||1 ms (1000 Hz)|
|Lighting||Yes (RGB)||Yes (RGB)||Yes (RGB)||Yes (RGB)||Yes (RGB)|
|Hyper-fast Scroll Wheel||Yes||Yes||No||No||No|
|Onboard Memory Profiles||3||5||5||5||5|
|Wireless||No||Wired and Wireless||No||Wired and Wireless||No|
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10+ years of good level first person shooting in a huge breadth of FPS games - I know my way around what makes a good mouse.
Over the past 4 weeks I've been trying a few mice. To be precise, the following:
BenQ ZOWIE EC1-A
SteelSeries Rival 310
HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming
Corsair M65 Pro
SteelSeries Sensei 310
Logitech G403 Wired
And of course, the Logitech G Pro.
After extensive use with all of those, adjusting and amending the various settings in their respective software (Zowie doesn't have software) I came to the conclusion that the G Pro is the best mouse for FPS. Now for MMORPG's where you need lots of buttons for various things this isn't ideal, as it's more conventional in its design and ergonomics. However, for smallish handed, claw gripped people interested in first person shooters, this is amazing, it's sensor is quite impressive and by far the best I've come across at this point.
I've got one final mouse coming in two days time - the Deathadder Elite. After I've tested that I will come back and update everyone, but for now the G Pro is the option to choose.
I will lastly put a disclaimer in that ultimately the performance comes down to the individual's own talent/reaction times/hand eye coordination etc. The mouse will help, but to share an analogy, you can wear the same football boots that Messi wears, but you won't start performing like him just because you are, there is an element of one's own skill to be completely wary of.
Being able to switch DPI settings on the fly and even customise those settings through Logitech's software is great. It's also possible to customise other settings and calibrate your mouse to the surface you use so you can make your mouse work the way you want it to. The RGB lights are a gimmick for me but they look cool and make it easy to find my mouse on a black mouse mat. The oversized scroll wheel works well and is easier to use than a standard sized one.
For left handed use the two buttons on the side, which make the mouse not 100% ambidextrous, are easily pressed by mistake but they can be switched off with Logitech's software.
The G Pro has a unique shape, straight on the outside with no indent to provide grip, there is also no rubber to stop your hand slipping while picking up the mouse to reposition (I play on low eDPI)
The Middle click button feels too far forward on the mouse relative to the side buttons, i feel this isn't proportionate, just my opinion, maby a person with bigger hands would disagree, however smaller handed people go for this mouse because it is small.
The side buttons (4+5) are quite small and VERY Mushy, there isn't a snapping feel to them and they take a reasonable amount of force to press in, i dislike this as it takes serious repositioning from your normal playing style to move your thumb up to press them in, and even then, they don't click but have some travel before activating.
The CABLE..... it is a braided cable that is extremely thick and rigid with no flexibility, as a result, when the mouse is stationary, the cable can move the mouse without any input from yourself, this was a deal breaker for me as I do not have a mouse bungee to hold the wire, as a result, it was being pulled, my deathadder had a very flexible cable so I could put something on top of it to stop it pulling, however when I moved my mouse, there was no resistence as it was flexible.
There was no rattle on the mouse and the build quality felt good, i did have a slight vibration when putting the mouse down, the only problem was as I pick up my mouse to reposition, the liftoff range is EXTREMELY LOW and this stopped my mouse tracking multiple times, this is the main reason for my return, i am not sure if this is a fault or not.
Now for some good news: The sensor Pixart 3366, basically the 3360 which is the #2 sensor on the market right now, (only superseded by the Steelseries rival 600's sensor, truemove 3+ which is a modified version of the 3360) and it feels it, it is extremely responsive and snappy and this one one of the few features of this mouse i liked.
Overall, this mouse would get a 6.5/10, I feel the shape could be improved to have a more comfortable feel and the side buttons could be greatly improved, my reason for the return is that I do not feel like I would be happy using this mouse in the long term considering the problems outlined above!