The G Pro X TKL Lightspeed and G Pro X Superlight 2 are Logitech’s latest products for serious eSports players, bringing a big change.
- Logitech has introduced the G Pro X Superlight 2 gaming mouse, with updates such as Lightforce Hybrid switches and two 25kHz frequency bands for the highest level of speed and accuracy.
- Also introduced is The G Pro X TKL Lightspeed gaming keyboard that offers customizable keys, RGB lighting, media controls, and a volume roller, in addition to features such as Lightspeed wireless technology and dual PBT keycaps.
- Logitech is also releasing a pink version of the G Pro X 2 Lightspeed gaming headset, which matches the pink colors available on the Pro X TKL Lightspeed keyboard and Pro X Superlight mouse.
The Logitech G series is getting two additions today. There is a new G Pro X TKL Lightspeed keyboard, and a G Pro X Superlight 2 gaming mouse. Now available for $200, and $159, respectively, these products bring significant improvements over previous models with features such as increased connectivity, support for gamers and professionals of eSports success.
The next evolution of the Pro X Superlight, the new Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 is designed to be faster and more accurate than ever. The latest mouse weighs 60 grams and its biggest improvements come from what’s under the hood. It now features Logitech’s Lightforce Hybrid switches, which bring speed, reliability, and click response time. Also, there’s the new Hero 2 sensor, which can track 500 inches per second at up to 32,000 DPI. Logitech says this sensor has a dual-mode feature, to increase performance, and accurately track when lighting or tilting the mouse. This band has a 25-kilohertz frequency in the frame. New features include USB-C connectivity, 2kHz polling, and up to 95 hours of battery life.
As for the G Pro X TKL Lightspeed gaming keyboard, it has several improvements over the previous model. You get customizable keys, RGB and LightSync lighting, media controls, and a volume roller. The keyboard also features Lightspeed wireless technology, allowing you to connect a keyboard and mouse to a single receiver. Other features include gaming controls., and two-way PBT keycaps. It works via USB-C, Bluetooth, or a wireless receiver. There are three types of adjustment, you can choose Tactile, Linear, or Clicky. Logitech also includes a travel bag and keyboard. Battery life is rated up to 50 hours.
Also launching today is the pink version of the G Pro X 2 Lightspeed gaming console. It’s the same theme we reviewed earlier this year, the only thing is a new pink color. This is a comparison of the Pro X TKL Lightspeed keyboard and the Pro X Superlight mouse, which come in white, black, or pink.