It turns out you don't have to wait until Friday for great Black Friday deals. One of our favorite peripherals, Logitech's G Pro X, just hit an all-time low price of $90, shaving $69 off of its $159 MSRP at Lenovo.com. Note you'll need to use coupon code LOGIPROHOLI once the mouse is in your shopping cart to get the discounted price.
If you're into serious gaming and want some of the most accurate and best tools available, then you've probably already heard of Logitech's G Pro X peripherals lineup. We reviewed the Logitech G Pro X Superlight and gave it our Editor's Choice award thanks to its amazing wireless performance and ergonomics.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse: now $90 at Lenovo with code LOGIPROHOLI (was $159)
Logitech's first-gen Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse features the brand's Hero 25K sensor and weighs just 63g. There's even storage underneath the mouse for the wireless dongle when transporting.
In case the mouse is out of stock or the coupon code stops working at Lenovo, you can also pick up the Logitech G Pro X Superlight for $99 at Best Buy, which is still $10 below its sale price just last week.
Logitech's G Pro X Superlight uses a USB-A to MicroUSB cable for charging or playing whilst charging and also comes with an adapter that converts the microUSB to USB-A for connecting the 2.4GHz wireless dongle.
The Superlight uses large PTFE feet that take up a lot of the surface area of the underside of the mouse to provide as much of a frictionless experience as possible. If used with a suitable mouse pad, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight will glide across your desk and help you to be more accurate in your favorite games.
It's still a fairly expensive mouse at its $90 deal price, but you are getting one of the lightest gaming mice on the market at only 63 grams, and with its Lightspeed Wireless connection and 25K Hero sensor, it's also one of the most accurate. The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is still a favorite of many professional esports players and although a newer version (G Pro X Superlight 2) is now available, the only real difference is the change in cable from microUSB to the newer USB-C standard.
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Stewart Bendle is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.
Perhaps it's just me, but I prefer my mouse to have enough weight in it to knock someone unconscious if I throw it at 'em (like the old but still good Logitech MX Laser one I have). Especially if I'm paying that sort of money for it.Reply
Its just you... but i prefer my mice not to cost $110 alsoNeilbob said:Perhaps it's just me, but I prefer my mouse to have enough weight in it to knock someone unconscious if I throw it at 'em (like the old but still good Logitech MX Laser one I have). Especially if I'm paying that sort of money for it.