Logitech G PRO Wireless: Working With Pro Gamers


During gameplay the pro should not be thinking about the mouse at all the mouse should just work. Everything that the pro does with regard to the mouse should be prior to the match. When it comes to mice, I switch constantly and I can tell you right now first hand that like you can tell like when when a mouse is good. As soon as I put my hand on, it it feels like a mouse that I’ve used before or mouse that I’ve used actively and it felt very comfortable right away. When I first had the pro wireless mouse in my hand I didn’t feel any resistance at all and it was really light So I was feeling like I can do whatever I want with the mouse. The weight of the mouse is an incredibly important factor for all gamers not everybody likes the same weight. but one of the things that we found over the course of developing mice for pros is that lighter tends to be more preferred. Prior to using the pro wireless mouse, I generally use heavier mice and I think that had a tendency of over activating my shoulders and traps. Makes my shoulders and wrists exhaust a lot quicker than I would like them to play in the game. Even a 10-gram difference in the weight of the mouse that you’re moving can make a difference in terms of fatigue at the end of the day. So to reduce the weight of the mouse we usually meet in all engineering disciplines. True extensive accessing and feedback from the pros. We removed any features they didn’t want and we improved upon and reduce the weight of all the features they did want. But best thing is that they doesn’t have anything I don’t like that’s what I want. Nothing else and nothing more. So this was the big challenge here is to make it stiff and strong enough out of one millimeter wall thickness. while also making sure that they can pass the drag test. When we started working on our actual shape we quickly realized that the endoskeleton was the most suitable architecture this is because the endoskeleton brings everything inside closer together. And we worked very closely with the electrical engineers, to make sure that every part of the circuit board had a function. It’s starting with a number of components we put on the printed circuit board because the less components you have the lighter the mouse is. This meant in the later stages we were actually literally just cutting away parts of the printed circuit board. Before the sensor was always the barrier to make something that is lightweight and cordless and performing. With Hero 16 K we finally were able to still get an exceptional battery life and to reduce the weight like never before we worked on especially what we called angle snap being on very sub-pixel movement. So we not only improved for the 16 K player we improve the so for the 400 dpi player because the small movement accuracy and absence of angle snapping has been really improved It is something we can measure but it is something we can feel as well. One millimeter left or right can really make difference in a game. When my gear is on point and I feel very comfortable with my gear I feel like nothing can stop me and I’m like basically like using an aimbot You know my hand is a cheat.You know at that point. Light speed Wireless is a technology that’s exclusive to Logitech G and it’s fundamentally changed the way that people feel about wireless particularly in pro gaming. I definitely think Wireless helps you improve your games because of how the wire sometimes get tangled and gets in the way of your aiming With light speed we raised the bar to the highest level in terms of performance reporting at one millisecond in a very accurate way. We have esports athletes at the very highest levels in the most demanding esports winning tournaments using light speed wireless gaming mice. As soon as I switched to wireless that was just a whole new world everything was so seamless and there’s no distraction there’s no oh this feels a little off or I need to adjust this it’s just once it’s right it’s right I don’t have to adjust anything and I can just put my absolute focus on the game. G pro is where it’s at this shape is just better. I think these are amazing. My first thought when I had my hand on to mouse is like when can I get it to my home so I can play with it. PLAY TO WIN logitechG™

35 thoughts on “Logitech G PRO Wireless: Working With Pro Gamers

  1. Just make asymmetrical lightspeed wireless mouse shape next time. No more symmetrical/ambidextrous shape please! Also, please put DPI button on top since I don't like to lift, rotate the mouse, and then push the button to alter DPI settings. As a result, this introduces impedence which is not not great experience for PC gamers. In addition, add RGB scrollwheel and additional programmable G-Shift button for right-handed users only. Last but not least, please make larger extended Powerplay Cloth Mousepad Wireless Charging System and please develop wireless G910 Romer-G keyboard with Powerplay compatibility.

  2. Just wanted to say I recently got the mouse and it;'s absolutely fantastic. Smooth, precise, tons of customizable options (both hardware and software), and it also looks slick and minimalistic. Never thought I could use a wireless mouse for gaming but this has so far been the only one I will stick with. Kudos to logitech.

  3. Thanks to french engineers! There is a lot of shapes (really good, like wmo 1.1a or ec2-a) to explore for the next one, I hope it will be an ergo (not like the g403 ^^').

  4. Logitech needs something in the shape and size of Roccat's Kone Pure. Enough of the ambidextrous garbage. MX518 doesn't count – it's a behemoth.

  5. you guys should really work on the durability of your mice. When I buy top level gaming hardware I don´t want to worry about it breaking or double clicking after a few months. The poor quality is literally the only thing that holds you back from beeing the best company for gaming devices but with all the issues of your newer mice you´re just a joke and your stuff is unbuyable. Not only for me but almost everyone I know is beeing held back by that.
    I can see that you want them to break soon so we buy more often but that´s very harmful for your reputation and it will pay back at some point. Convince us to buy new mice by innovating and making us want to upgrade, which would have totally worked with the GPW because it´s honestly an amazing piece of hardware. However ssooooo many people start to dodge logitech mice because of all the issues they have. That´s a shame. So much research and effort lead to an almost perfect mouse but people are suspicious about it because it will most probably break in the first few months…

  6. Yeah light is wonderful but did you forget about grip? This thing slides off of my pinky when skin are dry, I had to really pinch it to pick it up, this is troublesome for low sensitivity player. It is the ONLY reason why I had switched from wired to wireless. To make big movements, yet this mouse is so slippery, I always go back to my g900. The g603, g703 also have the exact same problem, it pinky pinch causes so much fatigue. The g903 is slightly better it's still not an ergonomic mouse. People kept asking, when are you going to release the g502 hero wireless version, and for years despite having the right technology, you guys still won't do anything about it. Razer had stolen your perfect design and named it Basilisk, what gives? It would not be long until they make one wireless, then what? Come on Logitech, take our opinion seriously.

  7. Wireless does make a world of difference. I'm coming from the productivity side of things since I'm extremely particular on how my mouse works (even when not gaming). I've got one of these now and I'm happy to say it's very configurable to precisely what you want. In my case, just a single side button and easily mapped to middle click in G Hub. Replacing the button with a flat filler was super easy and uses magnets, so it's very easy to switch in/out without wear (and it holds very firm, no worries there). That configurability should be great if you're left-handed, too. There's no DPI button getting in the way. The mouse really is very lightweight, which I love (less strain to use over a long duration). Obviously the HERO sensor is also very precise. It's very easy to configure the report rate (lower is better in my case) and higher DPI for better speed. Coming over to gaming mice for productivity, I didn't realize how much of a difference it would make to have the ability to configure report rate + DPI together (since I'm new to that).

  8. If it was 60 grams I’d cop.
    70 gram mice are too heavy for me even now.
    Call me un-fit but I really want this mouse

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