Logitech G revealed two new premium PC gaming peripherals today: the G Pro X Superlight 2 ultra-light mouse and the G Pro X TKL Lightspeed mechanical keyboard. These new additions join the Logitech G Pro X 2 Lightspeed gaming headset, released earlier this year, to complete the popular Pro series line. This gear is intended to offer top-of-the-line performance for esports pros and the competitively-minded players that seek to emulate them – but do they deliver?
Logitech was kind enough to send one keyboard and mouse each to Digital Foundry’s Will Judd and I to try out ahead of their release. We’ve put them through their paces to work out whether the latest versions are worth their premium price tags – or whether the older, cheaper models are the best buy right now.
In this article, we’ll take on each peripheral in turn before rendering our final verdict – starting with the hotly anticipated Superlight 2 mouse, a new take on the design that’s proven the most popular mouse amongst Counter-Strike, Valorant and Fortnite pro players.