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Logitech is expanding its gaming lineup with an impressive keyboard and mouse

The G Pro X TKL Lightspeed and the G Pro X Superlight 2 are the new products from Logitech designed for gamers.

Logitech is expanding its gaming lineup with an impressive keyboard and mouse
Guillermo Proupín

Guillermo Proupín

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For several years now, hardware providers have been capitalizing on one of the most lucrative niches in the market: the gaming sector. It encompasses everything from specialized peripherals that could take us to the Titanic to ergonomic chairs and components dedicated to gaming. In the world of PC gaming, there are frequent releases of keyboards and mice designed to enhance players’ performance. Logitech, a company that has been manufacturing these instruments for quite some time, has been a part of this segment, and whenever possible, they introduce something new to surprise their users. This time, it’s the G Pro X TKL Lightspeed and the G Pro X Superlight 2, a keyboard and a mouse, respectively, designed for high-performance eSports competition.

At the forefront of gaming

These are not cheap peripherals. While the Lightspeed keyboard costs 240 euros, the Superlight 2 mouse is priced around 160 euros, but they offer a noticeable improvement over previous versions. For example, they feature improved connectivity to ensure greater success for eSports professionals.

But the changes don’t stop there: the G Pro X Superlight 2 is designed to provide greater speed and precision, weighing only 60 grams and equipped with Lightforce Hybrid switches, which offer faster response times and superior reliability. It also introduces a new sensor, the Hero 2, which can move the cursor at up to 32,000 dots per inch (DPI), along with USB connectivity and up to 95 hours of battery life, making it unlikely that you’ll need to resort to tricks to extend its autonomy.

On the other hand, the G Pro X TKL Lightspeed enhances its performance with programmable keys, a game control mode, and both Bluetooth and USB-C connectivity. Its battery lasts up to 50 hours, which is notably less than the Superlight 2 mouse but it’s also a more demanding device that includes multimedia and audio controls, various game configuration options, and RGB lighting with LightSync.

In addition to this, Logitech is releasing a pink version of the G Pro X 2 Lightspeed headset to complete the set, which will be available in addition to the pearl gray and black options.

Guillermo Proupín

Guillermo Proupín

Creador de contenido y redactor en IGN. A veces digo cosas interesantes, otras me intereso por cosas. No te preocupes, que luego te las cuento.

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