Today, Logitech G formally introduced two new gaming accessories. The Pro X Superlight 2 gaming mouse and the Pro X TKL Lightspeed gaming keyboard fall under this category.
It is obvious from the outset that the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 is the direct replacement for the Pro X Superlight in terms of the mouse. The brand’s proprietary microUSB charging port and cable design have been replaced with a cleaner, simpler USB-C port, allowing the new mouse to be charged. Additionally, it means that you may use any spare USB-C cable to charge the mouse.
With a weight reduction of 63g to 60g, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 is also lighter than its predecessor. In addition, the mouse has new LIGHTFORCE Hybird Switches and a new HERO 2 sensor with a maximum sensitivity of 32,000 DPI and tracking speeds of over 500 inches per second. A “unique dual array design” and a 2kHz wireless report rate are additional features of the Pro X Superlight 2, which should improve operating range and maintaining tracking performance.
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2’s battery life is 95 hours, compared to the original Superlight’s 70 hours. The mouse has a suggested retail price (SRP) of RM689.
Moving on to the newest gaming keyboard, the Logitech G Pro X TKL Lightspeed is a wireless keyboard with ten keys less that was created with Esports players in mind. It once more makes use of the company’s Lightspeed technology and advertises up to 50 hours of gaming per charge. Both a cable connection and a Bluetooth connection can be used to connect it to your PC. In relation to that, the keyboard is charged using USB-C.
The Logitech G Pro X TKL is equipped with the company’s per-key LIGHTSYNC RGB LEDs, just like all gaming keyboards. Players can choose between Tactile (GX Brown), Linear (GX Red), or Clicky (GX Blue) switches when using the keyboard.
The SRP for the Logitech G Pro X TKL Lightspeed is RM799.
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