Logitech has announced a brand new wireless gaming mouse, the G PRO, which is set to bring you the best playing experience possible without the need for a pesky cord. It's the first Logitech mouse to use the next-generation HERO (High Efficiency Rated Optical) 16K sensor for ultimate accuracy, speed, and responsiveness. The G Pro also features Logitech's G LIGHTSPEED wireless technology, which provides pro-grade performance and is what lots of professional gamers use in tournaments.
It weighs in at just 80g and is incredibly strong thanks to its 1mm thin wall construction and unique internal design. You can charge it with the Logitech G POWERPLAY wireless charging system, and you can customize the DPI up to 16,000. The mouse will be available at major retailers later this month and will carry a retail price of $149.99, which isn't much more than Logitech's G903 LIGHTSPEED gaming mouse but offers a whole lot more. If you're looking to stay on a bit more of a budget, check out the G305 wireless gaming mouse, which is nearly 1/3 the price while still offering some great features.
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