While the G Pro Wireless looks and feels the exact opposite of the G900, the performance is completely fine. This nifty little mouse features flawless wireless performance and a first-class sensor, but with a simple and slim design and there’s no extra weight to talk about. The mouse is surprisingly light, and this is likely to cause splits. The same features that make the G Pro Wireless attractive to tournament players can make it difficult to sell to those who just want a powerful wireless mouse.
However, the G Pro Wireless is an excellent version of what it is set to be. While it is quite expensive (especially now where you can often get the G900 for around $ 120), the G Pro Wireless is probably the place to be for gamers who need excellent wireless performance for competitive multiplayer titles.
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Designed over two years with direct input from many professional esports players, Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse is built to the exacting standards of some of the world’s top esports professionals.
Logitech G Pro Wireless Design
When I first heard about the G Pro Wireless, I was hoping it was just a wireless version of the G Pro Mouse, but then I remembered: This mouse exists and it’s called Logitech G305. Instead, the G Pro Wireless is a completely new design, and it can’t quite compare to anything else Logitech has on the market today.
The G Pro Wireless is relatively small at 4.92 x 2.50 x 1.57 inches, although it’s still large enough to be comfortably held in the palm of your hand or with the claw. The mouse has a completely nice design, with a left and right button, a clickable scroll wheel, and two thumb buttons on both sides by default.
You might have noticed that I didn’t mention a button to adjust DPI. The G Pro Wireless has one, but it’s not where you’d expect it to be. Instead of placing this button above the right button or just below the scroll wheel (two common locations for DPI buttons), Logitech has moved this control to the bottom of the mouse.
I don’t know if the players would like or hate this decision, but I see the logic behind it. The G Pro Wireless is aimed at a competitive multiplayer audience. When you launch Overwatch, StarCraft, or Fortnite, or whatever game you choose, you (probably) already know which character or faction you’re going to play, what control scheme you’ll use, and the DPI settings you need on your mouse. Of course, you can program the thumb buttons to cycle through the DPI; Otherwise, you can swap dpi between matches or after you’ve finished using the program.
I liked the uncluttered feel on the face of the G Pro Wireless and had no difficulty adjusting the DPI between matches. Just keep in mind that if you need to do this frequently, the G Pro Wireless doesn’t make it that easy for you.
Logitech G Pro Wireless Performance
I have reviewed Overwatch, StarCraft: Remastered, Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition, and The Walking Dead: The Final Season with the G Pro Wireless, with special attention to the first two seasons, as they both attract huge multiplayer communities.
For a while, the mouse worked fine with Baldur’s Gate and The Walking Dead, but you can get a similar experience with any high-end gaming mouse.
Mouse moved quickly and precisely, whether I was killing enemies like the Reaper or clearing my zombie base while I was ready to face the ground.
However, Overwatch and Starcraft are where the G Pro Wireless shines. Mouse moved quickly and precisely, whether I was killing enemies like the Reaper or clearing my zombie base while I was ready to face the ground. As mentioned above, I never needed to access the DPI button during a match, and the additional buttons were useful for secondary commands.
Whether the G Pro Wireless is better or worse than any other gaming mouse for competitive gaming depends largely on your preference. The G Pro Wireless is incredibly light and possibly more aerodynamic than any other similar peripheral device. As a mouse from Logitech, it works incredibly well.
I have liked computer technology for a long time, since childhood, and have always been involved with various hardware and software. With my degree in computer engineering from a university recognized, it was a dream that came true and allowed me to quickly pursue my dreams. Currently, I work on various sites as a device reviewer and content writer.