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Logitech G Pro Wireless Review: A Wireless Flyweight

Wireless gaming mice are certainly not the most popular with many, but the Logitech G Pro Wireless should not be ignored. The flyweight brings Logitech’s latest technology and a lot of development work with it. We have checked for you whether the high-priced rodent can also hold its own in the gaming sector.

Design

For € 82.44 * the Logitech G Pro Wireless is certainly not a bargain, but is suitable for left- and right-handers. This is made possible by the symmetrical shape and the interchangeable thumb buttons. These can be replaced by key caps and are suitable for both sides. Otherwise the mouse has two mouse buttons and a normal mouse wheel. We look in vain for a DPI switch on the upper side, which is located on the underside. For players who want to change their mouse speed while playing, this mouse is already off the grid.

Speaking of bottom side, there we also find an on/off switch and a storage possibility for the USB dongle. Practical, at least if you remember to always pack the dongle.

With only 80 grams despite batteries and a size of 125 x 63.5 x 40 mm, the mouse is impressively light and quite small. Despite the huge paws that the mouse has tested, it lies very well in the hand. We can say with a clear conscience that the ergonomics are right and the soft-touch surface makes the story even more pleasant. The low weight is achieved by optimising the material used and the construction method. If you take off the cover, you notice how thin and yet stable it is.

The on/off switch, the DPI button and the compartment for the dongle are located on the underside of the unit.

You don’t want to do without a wired solution? Then simply connect the supplied 1.8 m long, fabric-sheathed USB charging cable. The mouse also works without the USB dongle. But is a wireless mouse necessary to use it in the end with a cable? I don’t think so.

Ergonomics and Buttons

The mouse buttons are equipped with a spring mechanism and are therefore very smooth-running, but still offer a fixed pressure point. The mouse wheel is just as easy to operate. It is quiet and the grating is clearly noticeable. Pressing the mouse wheel is also easy.

Thumb keys often cause problems because they are difficult to reach, have a bad pressure point or simply cant and have to be pressed in the middle of the key. With the Logitech G Pro Wireless, we don’t have these problems. This is not least achieved by the harmonious ergonomics.

It is not possible to make the mouse heavier by using the supplied weights. If 80 grams are not enough for you, this is understandable. It feels like you don’t have anything in your hand. Certainly not suitable for everyone.

Software – The Logitech Allrounder

Meanwhile there is a software for each gaming mouse as well as keyboard, with which settings can be made on the device. The same goes for the Logitech G Pro Wireless. You have the possibility to store your own macros, adjust the lighting and synchronize them with other Logitech devices. Each tab also displays the expected battery life. This can also be optimised, for example if the lighting is switched off completely.

Otherwise, the software is clearly arranged, but a short label would not have done the individual menu items badly. 

Technology behind the Logitech G Pro Wireless

Logitech has not been using its in-house HERO sensor in its mice for long. In the new wireless mouse, however, the sensor is used with up to 16,000 dpi. It replaces the widely used and proven PMW3366 sensor. But the HERO does not have to hide in terms of precision and speed. For untrained hands, it makes no difference which of the two sensors is used anyway, as the general handling of the mouse plays a much greater role. The advantage of the in-house sensor is its energy efficiency. Only with this sensor it is possible to use a small and light battery.

One could assume that low weight also means low battery life. But the Logitech G Pro Wireless has a battery life of 48 hours, or 60 hours with the lights turned off. The 48 hours are very realistic, she has survived some hours in the test without giving up the spirit. Even if you forget to charge your mouse, just plug in the USB cable and continue playing.

In order to achieve the best possible performance, the well-known, self-developed Lightspeed technology is also used for data transmission. The aim is to ensure that the difference between a wireless and a wired mouse is no longer noticeable. Mission accomplished, we would claim.

The mentioned lighting refers only to the illuminated logo of Logitech G. Via Logitech Gaming software the RGB lighting can be freely adjusted and even Lightsync is available.

Conclusion on the Logitech G Pro Wireless Review

Logitech’s G Pro Wireless proves that gamers shouldn’t turn their eyes immediately when it comes to wireless gaming mice. Together with the HERO sensor and the Lightspeed technology, it is in no way inferior to normal mice.

Very good workmanship and ergonomics appeal to both left-handed and right-handed users. With only 80 grams it could be too light for some, additional weights would have been a nice feature.

The Logitech G Pro Wireless with € 82.44 * is certainly not a bargain, but it is definitely worth its money. And if you don’t want to do without a cable, just plug in the charging cable.

Logitech G Pro Wireless

Workmanship
Features
Ergonomics
Software
Value for Money

Personal recommendation!

The Logitech G Pro Wireless does it all right. It is well processed, offers many features and is suitable for left- and right-handers.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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