Monday, January 27th 2020

Logitech G Releases GHOST Limited Edition PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse

Logitech G is excited to release "GHOST," a limited edition white Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse. This new color in our Limited Edition collection will be available on Friday, January 24th in the U.S., Canada and U.K for $149.99.

The profits from the sales of "GHOST", as well as the first Limited Edition "PIXEL", are being donated to three charitable organizations dedicated to helping millions of people around the world with accessibility needs: Adaptive Gaming Kit - AbleGamers, the Abilities Research Center at Mount Sinai, and SpecialEffect. These organizations were instrumental in the development of the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit, which launched back in November of 2019. Compatible with the Xbox Adaptive Controller (XAC), the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit lets gamers play the way that's most suitable for them by providing a set of controls that are easily configured to a wide variety of use cases.
Our goal is to put fun and inclusion into the lives of gamers with accessibility needs and have a positive impact on gamers everywhere. Please help support these three great charities by purchasing a Limited Edition mouse today. To receive emails regarding future Limited Edition drops, please click here to sign up.
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7 Comments on Logitech G Releases GHOST Limited Edition PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse

#1
micropage7
actually i prefer off white since white is harder to looks clean after time
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#2
Chomiq
Kudos to them for actually using the limited edition to raise funds for charity.
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#3
Live OR Die


Remember this thing reminds me of this lol
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#4
birdie
This mouse costs as much as an entry level GPU, wtf is wrong with you Logitech? Other mouse vendors are equally crazy/guilty.

I could understand if the mouse was made from titanium and featured a ten years warranty and allowed to work fully submerged and could be used a remote for your TV as well.

But what we have is (mostly) a piece of plastic with cheap electronic components with the cost price around $10.
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agatong55
birdie
This mouse costs as much as an entry level GPU, wtf is wrong with you Logitech? Other mouse vendors are equally crazy/guilty.

I could understand if the mouse was made from titanium and featured a ten years warranty and allowed to work fully submerged and could be used a remote for your TV as well.

But what we have is (mostly) a piece of plastic with cheap electronic components with the cost price around $10.
Really, you're going to complain about a price of something that most of the cost is going to charities?
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birdie
agatong55
Really, you're going to complain about a price of something that most of the cost is going to charities?
People who want to donate can do so without buying extremely overpriced pieces of technology for which it's not exactly known how much will be passed to charities and how much will be retained by Logitech.

Also, I wasn't talking about this mouse in particular. Logitech/SteelSeries/BenQ/Razor/Corsair have all insane margings on their mouses and to make things worse often sell extremely overpriced junk (with horrible quality control) which dies in less than a year of use or have factory defects which makes using them impossible or extremely unpleasant. And don't get me started on how horrible Logitech GHub software is. You could imagine they'd write more reliable software. Half of the topics on www.reddit.com/r/LogitechG/ are about how GHub is malfunctioning.
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#7
MDWiley
Shame that a majority got snatched by bots (after Logitech put it up for sale 30 min early) but hopefully the charity proceeds will be put to good use.
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