|Item model number||910-004855|
|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 7.6 x 4.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||1.5 x 7.56 x 4.59 inches|
Logitech G Pro Gaming FPS Mouse with Advanced Gaming Sensor for Competitive Play
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- Pro gaming mouse is created by Logitech G and top competitive eSports professionals for performance play
- Advanced PMW3366 optical gaming sensor delivers exceptional tracking accuracy at any hand speed for pixel precise targeting and high speed maneuvers across the entire 200 to 12,000 DPI range
- Metal Spring Button Tensioning System designed for ultra-consistent and reliable click performance at the highest level of competition
- Customizable with up to 16.8 million RGB lighting colors to match your style, team colors and setup plus synchronize with other Logitech G gaming gear
- Six programmable buttons and onboard memory make it easy to setup and store one-trigger custom commands for your favorite games Physical specifications-Height: 116.6 mm Width: 62.15 mm Depth: 38.2 mm
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- Designed with eSports pros for pure performance
- Most advanced/accurate Logitech G optical gaming sensor
- Advanced Button Tensioning for ultra-consistent click performance
- Customizable RGB lighting colors*
- 6 programmable command buttons*
- Durable left/right buttons tested to over 20 million clicks
- Works with Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7
Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse
Play like The Pros
The difference between winning and losing in today’s games isn’t measured in meters or seconds, but micrometers and milliseconds. That’s why Logitech G worked together with eSports athletes to create the Pro Gaming Mouse.
Play to Win
Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse was inspired by the classic lines and simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body made popular by top competitive eSports professionals. Building on the heritage of the classic G100s shape and weight, and the unparalleled accuracy of our best optical sensor, Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse delivers incredible speed, accuracy and responsiveness for competitive play at the highest level.
*Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software available for download at logitech com/downloads.
Advanced Optical Gaming Sensor
Consistent, pixel-precise accuracy makes a critical difference in high-stakes competitive gameplay. The PMW3366 sensor delivers a level of precision widely considered to be the best by enthusiasts and professionals. Zero smoothing, filtering or acceleration across the entire DPI range (200-12,000DPI) delivers exceptional tracking accuracy and consistent responsiveness at any speed.
Advanced Button Tensioning
Play with crisp, reliable click performance you can depend on at the highest level of competition.
The tensioning system enhances the consistency of the left/right mouse buttons and reduces the force needed to click.
Programmable Lighting & Buttons
Use the pre-programmed default settings or personalize Pro Gaming Mouse with free Logitech Gaming Software. Customize lighting to match your style or favorite team’s color with up to 16.8 million colors. Six programmable buttons and the onboard memory make it easy to setup and store one-trigger custom commands directly to the mouse for competition sessions without the need to install custom software or reconfigure your settings.
G Pro is precisely engineered, honed and tested to reduce weight, improve comfort and stand up to even the most intense gaming. Left and right buttons are tested to exceed 20 million clicks—the equivalent of a pro gamer training 10 hours a day every day for two years.
- Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
- USB Port
- Internet connection for optional software download
* Tested on Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad.
** Tested on wood-veneer desktop.
What’s in the Box?
Pro Gaming Mouse.
Tracking Resolution: 200 – 12,000 dpi.
Max. acceleration: >40G*.
Max. speed: >300 ips*.
USB data format: 16 bits/axis.
USB report rate: 1000 Hz (1ms).
Microprocessor: 32-bit ARM.
Button durability (Left / Right): 20 million clicks.
Feet durability: 250 kilometers.
Glide—dynamic coefficient of friction**: 0.1 μ (k).
Glide—static coefficient of friction*: 0.16 μ (s).
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|What Do You Get?||World’s fastest FPS gaming mouse||Performance Edition MOBA gaming mouse||Fully customizable surface, weight, lighting, and balance tuning||Advanced gaming mouse designed with eSports professionals for competitive play|
|Full-Speed USB Connection||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|USB Report Rate||1000/second||1000/second||1000/second||1000/second|
|Programmable Buttons: For single actions or intricate macros||8||6||11||6|
|Profile Storage: Store ready-to-play profiles||1||3||3||5|
|High-Definition Optical Sensor||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Maximum Resolution: Higher means faster cursor speed||4,000 dpi||12,000dpi||12,000dpi||12,000dpi|
|Windows Compatibility||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7||Windows 10 or later, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7|
|Mac Compatibility||-||Mac OS X 10.8.x or later||Mac OS X 10.6.x or later||-|
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Logitech G worked together with eSports athletes to create the Pro Gaming Mouse. This Logitech G mouse is inspired by the classic, simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body made popular by top competitive eSports professionals. Our best optical sensor, PMW3366, provides exceptional tracking accuracy. The metal spring tensioning system delivers the reliable click performance required for high-level competitive gaming. Customizable with up to 16.8 million lighting colors, G Pro also has 6 programmable buttons and an onboard memory so you can setup and save custom commands for your favorite games directly to the mouse. Built on over 30 years of Logitech expertise in mouse engineering, building and testing, Pro is designed for performance play.
Top customer reviews
I've reviewed over 50 mice now and this is one of the best. Considering how popular the G100s is, I'm sure it'll be a huge success. But will it be the only mouse that sells? No, because the shape isn't for everyone. I personally prefer the G303, while others need bigger mice.
- Top optical sensor (3366)
- Small ambidextrous design (with side buttons on the left)
- Omron switches (light buttons)
- Weighs about 85g (without cable)
- Logitech's software and overall quality
- RGB lights
- Tactile stepped but smooth scroll wheel
...even if you haven't used a G100s, you should probably give this one a try if you like small mice.
The possible con for some people could be mouse3. I've found that my copy doesn't click straight back up, so it'd be hard to click it rapidly. Check other reviews, see if they found the same.
If you want my in depth video review, just search YouTube for Rocket Jump Ninja G Pro Review.
Big thanks to Logitech for sending this out early! No bias though, I get sent a lot of mice. It doesn't influence my opinion on things, but I appreciate the support, of course.
I've included a couple of pictures of it with the G302 and G100s for size comparison.
The shape of the mouse is very nice and the materials feel good, but one problem with it is the rounded sides on the left and right, they're rounded instead of flat, making it very awkward at first to use. For some reason everytime I switched off to another mouse to use, and go back to the G Pro, the mouse felt like it was new or that I was using it for the first time again, it felt really weird. The Clicks on it are nice, with subtle comfort grooves which I wish were somewhat more defined, but pretty good for what they are. Scroll wheel has nice and detectable steps. And I must say the LED design of this mouse is probably the best of any mouse I've ever seen. Alot of people complain about the small mouse feet, which I can agree I think should be more spread out through out the mouse, but I had no problem with it. The cables don't really bother me too much at all but they can drag. It doesn't look aggressive or "gamer" in anyway and actually rather looks sleek. And there's no quality control issues whatsoever on this mouse. And one more thing to note, as some people have before, this mouse is definitely not good for long time use if you're playing other games like mmos. But in shooters, I never had a problem strain or wear and whatnot.
I used this mouse since it came out until just a month ago when I had come to the realization that I'm just better and as well more comfortable on the G403 mouse. I mainly play Overwatch and used palm grip, and this mouse is really good for that and despite some of the issues like the rounded sides and a little bit of comfort issues which honestly weren't too bad like I've had on other mice (like the Corsair Sabre), I'd highly recommend this mouse but only for shooters. If I were to change anything about the mouse, I'd put in larger comfort grooves, put in an LED on the scroll wheel in the same style as the G403's LED, make the side buttons a little larger but make them flat, make the cable less draggy if possible.
The mouse feels better when clicking, the RGB element looks better and brighter, and overall the entire mouse looks sleeker than the Deathadder did. I would recommend the G Pro to anyone as my new mouse of choice.
The buttons on the side, when compared to a death adder, are thinner and slightly harder to get my thumb on - this is the only negative comparison I have, though.