Logitech has released its Pro series of gaming peripherals, featuring the Pro X Superlight 2 mouse, the Pro X TKL keyboard, and the Pro X 2 Lightspeed headset. After testing all three for over a week, it is clear that only one of them is truly worth buying.
The standout product in the range is the Pro X Superlight 2 mouse, priced at $160. Although it may not look different from its predecessor, the changes are all inside. The mouse is equipped with the Hero 2 sensor, providing a higher DPI range of 32,000 and allowing for a maximum speed of over 500 IPS. This makes it highly responsive and ideal for competitive gaming. Additionally, with a weight of only 60 grams and resistance-free PTFE feet, the Pro X Superlight 2 glides smoothly across any surface.
One of the key advantages of the Pro X Superlight 2 is its impressive battery life. Logitech claims it can last up to 95 hours, but users have reported even longer battery life with regular usage. This is in part thanks to the absence of excessive RGB lighting on the mouse. The lack of extraneous lighting also means that charging the mouse via USB-C is less frequent compared to other wireless mice on the market.
In contrast, the Pro X 2 Lightspeed headset and the Pro X TKL keyboard do not live up to expectations. The Pro X 2 Lightspeed, priced at $250, falls short as a premium wireless gaming headset when compared to competitors like the Steelseries Arctis Nova Pro and the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless. Similarly, the Pro X TKL keyboard, priced at $200, is considered boring and underwhelming in a highly competitive market. Other brands, such as Asus and Corsair, offer more affordable and feature-rich alternatives.
In conclusion, the Logitech Pro X Superlight 2 mouse is the standout product of Logitech’s Pro series. With its impressive responsiveness, long-lasting battery life, and sleek design, it is a worthy investment for gamers seeking a high-performance mouse. However, the Pro X 2 Lightspeed headset and Pro X TKL keyboard may not offer enough value for their price tags.