Logitech announces new gaming mouse

Logitech announces new gaming mouse

Logitech has come up with a new gaming mouse called G Pro Gaming Mouse. The new mouse is not just another one that claims it is designed for gamers. In fact Logitech says the G Pro Gaming Mouse is strictly for pros.

The Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse is based on a PWM3366 sensor that provides 200-12000 dpi and that has support for up to 40g acceleration and speed of up to 7.62 meters per second. The mouse also sports a 1000 Hz refresh rate and offers buttons that can endure up to 20 million clicks. There are RGB LEDs as well and six keys that can be programmed. The mouse measures 116.6 x 62.15 x 38.2 mm and weighs just 84.7 grams (the cable is not included). Unfortunately the G Pro Gaming Mouse is not wireless but this is still an impressive gaming mouse. It requires Windows 7 or newer and a powered USB port.

Logitech wants USD 69 for its G Pro Gaming Mouse.

Source: Logitech

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