Wednesday, February 9th 2022

Logitech Announces Pink Version of G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse

We are excited to announce that our lightest and fastest PRO gaming mouse yet is now available in PINK. The Pink PRO X SUPERLIGHT comes complete with LIGHTSPEED wireless technology, the HERO 25K sensor, and a highly refined mechanical design, and it has become the new standard reference for the world's elite esports professionals.

To meet the demands of competitive gaming, the PRO X SUPERLIGHT was meticulously redesigned and engineered to reduce weight while enhancing performance. Weighing in at less than 63 grams, it is nearly 25% lighter than the standard PRO Wireless. In addition, the PRO X SUPERLIGHT features responsive 2.4 GHz LIGHTSPEED wireless technology for untethered play and up to 70 hours of battery life. The new mouse has large, zero-additive PTFE feet, for a low-friction experience that delivers unrivaled precision, speed and maneuverability.
The PRO X SUPERLIGHT comes equipped with Logitech G's HERO 25K sensor at 25,600 DPI, the industry's first sub-micron level mouse sensor that can accurately track movement at the sub-micron level — approximately 1/50th the thickness of a human hair — without compromising on accuracy. The sensor does this without the use of smoothing and without spurious motion or parasitic counts.

The HERO 25K sensor utilizes a smart power management system to continuously adjust frame rates based on the movement of the mouse to minimize power consumption. Even at high DPI, HERO is 10X more power efficient than previous Logitech G sensors.

Availability & Pricing

The Pink PRO X SUPERLIGHT is available now for 159.99 USD MSRP.
Source: Logitech
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13 Comments on Logitech Announces Pink Version of G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse

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Vayra86
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Pink definitely got expensive, holy moly. Do they source that color from TSMC?

The only thing superlight here is your wallet after purchase
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trsttte
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Pink definitely got expensive, holy moly. Do they source that color from TSMC?

The only thing superlight here is your wallet after purchase
It's actually the same price as the other colors (black and white)
www.logitechg.com/en-us/products/gaming-mice/pro-x-superlight-wireless-mouse.910-005878.html

Again unlike GPUs, products tend to decrease in cost and sell for less then their initial msrp as time goes on :D (the pro x is widely available for ~100$ and on sale every once in a while)
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#3
bonehead123
For that price, it betta make me coffee, yanky me wanky, and fill my gas tank every time it needs it :)

Otherwise, they can just B>m>A... :)
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DeathtoGnomes
Vayra86$
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Pink definitely got expensive, holy moly. Do they source that color from TSMC?

The only thing superlight here is your wallet after purchase
it fall under Article One of the RGB Act™ : RGB adds $25 and performs better when color is available. i.e its pink.
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#5
Synthwave
DeathtoGnomesit fall under Article One of the RGB Act™ : RGB adds $25 and performs better when color is available. i.e its pink.
Except this doesn't have RGB. : D
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#6
PLSG08
My only main gripe here is that Logitech didn't even bother upgrade the micro USB port to usb-c.

kinda sucks tho since the G303 Shroud already had the usb-c port
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bonehead123
DeathtoGnomesArticle One of the RGB Act™
hahahahahahahah, yep, I forgot about that too :D

Ewww.. micro & mini USB are da devil's scrotum of connectors IMHO....

Since about 2 yrs ago, I have just simply refused to buy any peripherals that don't have USB-C, period, no if's, ands or butts !
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#8
trsttte
Well, changing the color is cheap and easy, making a new mold to change the connector and actually change requires redesigning the product ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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#10
BArms
VeseleiloI want purple.
Gives me an idea for a mouse brand/model where the outside skin is easily removable so it can be cleaned or spray painted without damaging the optics/electronics. Could paint any mouse too I'm sure with very careful taping too I suppose.
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#11
Fourstaff
BArmsGives me an idea for a mouse brand/model where the outside skin is easily removable so it can be cleaned or spray painted without damaging the optics/electronics. Could paint any mouse too I'm sure with very careful taping too I suppose.
You will be surprised how many people can't tape straight lines. Spray painting is extremely fickle and weather dependent though, with humidity, temperature and wind screwing everything up.
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DeathtoGnomes
Go wireless !
PLSG08My only main gripe here is that Logitech didn't even bother upgrade the micro USB port to usb-c.

kinda sucks tho since the G303 Shroud already had the usb-c port
bonehead123hahahahahahahah, yep, I forgot about that too :D

Ewww.. micro & mini USB are da devil's scrotum of connectors IMHO....

Since about 2 yrs ago, I have just simply refused to buy any peripherals that don't have USB-C, period, no if's, ands or butts !
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#13
Veseleilo
BArmsGives me an idea for a mouse brand/model where the outside skin is easily removable so it can be cleaned or spray painted without damaging the optics/electronics. Could paint any mouse too I'm sure with very careful taping too I suppose.
I think that wouldn't be wise because it would wear out quickly. My G305 (white) has a matte finish, but started becoming glossy at finger points after only few months of use.
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