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[Amazon.ca] Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse - ATL $169.99

The legendary Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse is actually on sale for an all-time-low of $169.99 according to CCC.

This is one of the most popular gaming mice used in esports due to its lightweight and shape. This mouse isn't for everyone - it is expensive, uses micro-USB, and some people don't like its size. That said, if you can afford it, appreciate it's light weight, and like its shape/size, this is a pretty good deal since it rarely ever goes on sale.

As @taurine pointed out, the mouse is also on sale for the same price at Best Buy: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/lo ... k/15147119
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Best gaming mouse you can get at the moment.

They fixed the double clicking issue that plagued the original Pro Wireless by changing the switches to 20m Omrons and changing the debounce protocol.

Only real difference between this and the Pro Wireless is that the Superlight is:
  1. Lighter
  2. No RGB
  3. No right side buttons
  4. No DPI toggle on bottom of mouse
If you don't need any of these, just get the old Pro Wireless, which on sale is around $120.

There's no charging dock for it, but you can get a 3rd party one for around $30-40.

Edit: I forgot to mention but the stock mouse skates are garbage. You should switch them to a 3rd party skates. Recommend either Tiger Arc v1, Tiger Ice, or Corepads.
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Just ordered one, thanks OP!
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VillageIdiot wrote: Best gaming mouse you can get at the moment.

They fixed the double clicking issue that plagued the original Pro Wireless by changing the switches to 20m Omrons and changing the debounce protocol.

Only real difference between this and the Pro Wireless is that the Superlight is:
  1. Lighter
  2. No RGB
  3. No right side buttons
  4. No DPI toggle on bottom of mouse
If you don't need any of these, just get the old Pro Wireless, which on sale is around $120.

There's no charging dock for it, but you can get a 3rd party one for around $30-40.
A good alternative is the Pulsar Xlite Wireless. Same weight as the Superlight, newer sensor, better switches, USB-C and half the price. That said, I still kind of want a Superlight for its solid shell.
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OP, you mentionned "ergonomic shape" but to my untrained eye, they look similar shape to all the other "basic" ones ? Aren't ergonomic shape usually with a tilt angle ?
I'm in the market for an ergonomic one, since mine is currently dying.

Thanks !
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ebpodeals wrote: OP, you mentionned "ergonomic shape" but to my untrained eye, they look similar shape to all the other "basic" ones ? Aren't ergonomic shape usually with a tilt angle ?
I'm in the market for an ergonomic one, since mine is currently dying.

Thanks !
Edit: Ok I'm dumb. I kept thinking the mouse is asymmetrical/ergonomic but it isn't. It is symmetrically shaped and, therefore, generally not what most people would describe as "ergonomic". I updated my post to reflect this.

The Superlight is not like an ergonomic mouse that is oriented more vertically to address pronation issues. I have a vertically oriented mouse that I use for work but still prefer a traditionally shaped mouse for gaming. This is the shape of my work mouse: amazon.ca/Perixx-PERIMICE-719-Wireless-Ergonomic-Vertical/dp/B074P57VVN/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2NBBN6YHVAF2U&keywords=jelly%2Bcomb%2Bmouse&qid=1643215279&sprefix=jelly%2Bcomb%2Bmouse%2Caps%2C79&sr=8-5&th=1
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I bought the G402 from Staples for 30 bucks and play COD just as good as with every other expensive mouse i own including G900 G604 G502 and Premium Steelseries mice. I rarely am not MVP after every match. I have decent aim ability and kinda surprised how little the mouse makes.
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Does this charge via micro USB or USB c?
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ATOMANTMAN wrote: I bought the G402 from Staples for 30 bucks and play COD just as good as with every other expensive mouse i own including G900 G604 G502 and Premium Steelseries mice. I rarely am not MVP after every match. I have decent aim ability and kinda surprised how little the mouse makes.
Oh 100%. Just because this mouse is expensive/preferred by some esports "athletes" doesn't mean it's for everyone. I personally prefer the Pulsar Xlite Wireless.

I used the G502 for YEARS. The biggest change for me when moving to the Xlite was the weight reduction. I didn't realize how heavy the G502 (121g) was until I used the Xlite (60g).
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Jackji wrote: Does this charge via micro USB or USB c?
Micro USB. It's one of the cons of this mouse, unfortunately.
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Had the g pro light, it's really light and fast but thumb placement on ambidextrous is uncomfortable for me so switched to g502 lightspeed and the thumbrest was godly.
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mrmungbean wrote: Micro USB. It's one of the cons of this mouse, unfortunately.
I see, looks like this doesn't go on sale often and has great reviews though, thanks for the post!
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funployee wrote: Will I turn pro if I buy this mouse?
Of course. Don't forget to buy a $400 keyboard to pair with it to bump up your K/D ratio another 500% /s
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widely considered the number 1 gaming mouse as can be seen in this tier list:

but it's overkill for the casual crowd, you have to be really into the gaming mouse community (aka /r/MouseReview) to appreciate the nuances between difference mice
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No thanks


I will never use an ambidextrous mouse again. They are so incredibly uncomfortable.
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funployee wrote: Will I turn pro if I buy this mouse?
This mouse will surely raise your K/D but due to lack of RGB, it will balance out your bottom line K/D.

On a separate note, I have an extra white Superlight used for 4months with a (non-visual noticeable paint chip) by the thumb rest area for $140 if anyone interested). :)
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Not gonna lie, I swapped from a g502 and went from Diamond 1 to immortal 2 with zero FPS experience in the last decade where I played MOBAs. If only I didn't have to work as much, I'd probably be Radiant Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy

People downplay the effectiveness of equipment in gaming, but games where every second counts having a light WIRELESS mouse with a good monitor does wonders in progression.

I'd recommend wireless light mice any day of the week for any competitive FPS player.

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