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[eBay Plus] Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT Wireless Gaming Mouse - Black $181.77 Delivered @ Ninja.buy eBay

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Not the cheapest its ever been but its the first Logitech G Pro X Superlight deal in over a month. Decent enough price, grabbed one myself.

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    Love these mice. Bought one myself and a great addition to my desk setup

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    Decent price - still loving my GPW, so I can wait :)

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    How does this compare to something like thee G900 or G903? Considering an upgrade

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      This is smaller and a lot lighter.

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      basically a one size fits all, 60g wireless mouse. nothing really competes other than an orochi v2 kinda

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        or the final mouse, if you can get it

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    why is this so much more expensive though?

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      imagine beats the headphone. same.

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        dont have a beats…..

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      I don't know why the guy that replied compared these to headphones that only rely on brand.

      The reason this mouse is expensive is because it is wireless but is as responsive as a wired mouse. It is also one of the lightest. It can be charged wirelessly on a special Logitech mouse pad. Lots of gamers really like the contour of mouse too.

      This is arguably the best performance mouse for gaming (especially fps). The other mice with similar performance are also around this price range.

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    no love for ergo shapes sigh

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      Glorious Model D might be up your alley, wireless version is coming out soon

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    I have been using G502 for a couple of years and I really like it, but I've been wanting to get a wireless mouse.
    So, should I get the G Pro X superlight or wait for a deal on G502 Lightspeed Wireless?
    Personally, I want to try a light mouse because I know light mouses are more suitable for FPS games and I do play a lot of FPS (Valorant, R6, Battlefield). But I am a bit worried about the drastic change in weight.
    Thanks in advance!

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      A couple of years ago I bought both the G Pro Wireless (not superlight) and lightspeed G502. Before that I came from the corsair mmo mouse and razer naga one before that so the GPW was my first light mouse
      I use the GPW 90% of the time (FPS, General browsing etc) and use the G502 for MMOs and work for macros etc.
      There was definitely a short period where I dipped a bit in matches with the GPW but now there's no going back. Swapping between the 2 works well for me but the GPW is definitely my preferred of the 2 its so comfortable and effortless to use. Just keep in mind if is a fair bit smaller than the G502 so that may depend on your hand size and grip.

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      I was in the exact same boat - still really love the shape + sheer amount of buttons on the G502, but decided to jump for the GPW (quite similar to the new GPX).

      The shape is actually quite comfortable, considering that this was my first ambi mouse - always been using ergo mice (Deathadder, G502, G703). The weight difference didn't throw me off much - I was fairly quick to get used to it, but of course, YMMV.

      One of the main things that turned me off from the G502 Lightspeed were the reports of the double-click issue - not 100% sure if they have fixed that since, but I didn't want to risk it.

      I haven't regretted the decision at all - well, maybe ever so slightly. I miss having so many macro keys…

      Hopefully this helps :)

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        I have the G703 and my hand feels very wedded to its ergo shape. How does the ambi shape feel for you?

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          I can definitely still palm grip the GPW - however, it feels a bit stranger than on my G703. As such, my grip has naturally just adapted to a moreso claw one.

          In short, I personally don't have any complaints on the ambi design.

          Hopefully this helps!

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      Go for it, went from g502 to razer basilisk ultimate (very similar shape) to this. Very worth

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      I made the change from G502 Hero to GPW Superlight. For games I use my g pro superlight, but when I'm doing work with spreadsheets and documents, I use my G502. The unlocked scroll wheel is great for work. Valorant has been a lot easier on my wrists with the superlight, but there was a curve I had to get over in performance in game due to the weight change. Using it consistently for a few days was enough to address that.

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      I had the G502 a couple of months ago but bought the superlight to replace it, I also had the same fears. However, 30 mins after using the mouse, I was very comfortable using it and it felt so much better (especially with less inertia when needing to flick etc). Then the mouse was perfectly comfortable after 2-3 days of use! I will say that I found that I had to slightly reduce my DPI/sens to account for the change in weight (since when you are used to a heavier mouse, you may notice overshoot at the start)

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    Heads up it is imported stock (Thai I think?) - Ninjabuy providing warranty. Got one last sale.

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    Is there a wired equivalent?

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      mouse is charged via micro usb and if you plug it in then you can use it wired, all included with mouse

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        I think he meant a cheaper wired only variant

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          Yep, prefer wired so why pay the wireless premium. My rival 310 is acting up so looking for a replacement.

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    Best mouse I've used hands down, would highly recommend for anyone who wants a wireless mouse and avid gamers

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    How relevant is the weight for an item that is used by dragging it on a flat surface?

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    Great mouse

    I thought I got a good deal last week when I got it from scorptec for 219 shipped.

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    Has anyone upgraded from a G305? was it worth it?

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    When a mouse costs 2x your good mechanical keyboard…

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      Damn for me a good mechanical keyboard is like $500+ haha

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      When a mouse costs 2x your good mechanical keyboard

      Fixed

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    I paid $279 for this at release. Excellent gaming mouse. I use mine for Valorant

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    Had the old G Pro wireless and now have had the superlight for a month. It really is insane how light it is, especially considering it has a full shell with no cutouts like the model o. The finish of the mouse is much better than the old G pro imo, it's a rough plastic vs. the soft, 'slimy' feeling plastic of the original which made my palm sweat quite a bit.

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    Been considering Glorious Model O Wireless or this… still can't decide, this feels exp, but postage for PCCG brings the model o to $145 anyway… decisions decisions…

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      Imo the only thing beating the superlight atm is the final mouse starlight but good luck getting one lol.

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      Having used both the superlight is worth that little extra premium, the lighter weight and hole-less shell along with great weight balancing make it feel incredible.

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    waiting for wireless mm710 / mm720

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    BenQ ZOWIE S2, Endgame Gear XM1, Finalmouse Starlight-12, some other options if you are already spending that much on a mouse. Although, personally I use the Logitech G Pro X, I heard these mice are nicer to use according to numerous esports players. (If you're only focusing to play better.)

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      Would get a Finalmouse Starlight-12 if it wasn't available but these seem to be getting scalped more than 3080s lol