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Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse complete review

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Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse

Logitech-G-Pro-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-imgLogitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse


Brand Logitech G
Color Black
Connectivity Technology Wireless
Movement Detection Technology Optical
Number of Buttons 7
Series ‎Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse
Item model number ‎910-005270
Hardware Platform ‎Mac
Operating System ‎Chrome OS, Windows 7
Item Weight ‎2.88 ounces
Product Dimensions ‎1.57 x 2.5 x 4.92 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH ‎1.57 x 2.5 x 4.92 inches


The G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse, which combines cutting-edge technology in an incredibly lightweight design, is the culmination of two years of development with elite esports players. In order to produce a rock-solid, lightning-fast 1-millisecond report rate connection, pro-grade performance surpasses the conventional constraints of wireless latency, connectivity, and power. With up to 25,600 DPI and 10X the power efficiency of prior generations, Logitech’s most precise sensor yet provides the fastest, most accurate, and most responsive wireless gaming experience possible. 32-bit ARM is the CPU. Revolutionary endoskeleton construction produces a stunningly thin yet tremendously sturdy outer shell, allowing the body to be 80 grams in weight and extremely agile. Developed with Esports professionals for optimal comfort, control, and 50 million click durability, the tournament-ready mouse. Four detachable side buttons for supreme customization.



  1. A wireless receiver attached to the USB adapter can be found in the accessory box. Plug one end of the cable into your PC, and the other end into the USB adapter and receiver.
    • The receiver can also be used plugged directly into your PC. However, using the cable and adapter when in wireless mode is recommended and allows for better connectivity and easy access to the cable for recharging. Logitech-G-Pro-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-img-2
  2. Turn the mouse on via the switch on the bottom of the mouse. Logitech-G-Pro-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-img-3
  3. Download Logitech Gaming Software Logitech-G-Pro-Wireless-Gaming-Mouse-img-4
  4. To charge, disconnect the cable from the adapter and plug it into the front of the mouse. Your mouse will operate in data-over-cable mode whenever it is plugged in directly to a PC. A full charge from empty requires around 2 hours plugged into a PC USB port.


  • Keep the mouse and receiver 2 m+ away from wireless routers or other 2.4GHz wireless devices to minimize environmental noise.
  • PRO WIRELESS has a wireless range of up to 10 meters.
  • To ensure optimal performance in noisy wireless environments, and to keep the charging cable easily accessible, it is recommended to keep the receiver within 20 cm of the mouse.





PRO WIRELESS comes with replaceable buttons and button caps, which are held onto the mouse magnetically. These should be stored in a box when not in use. These replaceable buttons support conversion to the following configurations:

  1. Right-handed
  2. Left-handed
  3. No buttons
  4. Full buttons



  1. Left (Button 1)
  2. Right (Button 2)
  3. Wheel click (Button 3)
  4. Back (Button G4)
  5. Forward (Button G5)
  6. Back (Button G6)
  7. Forward (Button G7)
  8. DPI cycle (bottom of mouse, Button 8)
  9. Receiver storage door + Powerplay module enclosure (bottom of the mouse)
  10. On/Off switch (bottom of the mouse, not programmable)



Plug your mouse in via the provided USB charging cable when the battery is low. PRO WIRELESS is also compatible with the Logitech G POWERPLAY wireless charging system, sold separately.


You can customize the onboard profile settings using the Logitech Gaming Software. These settings include button programming, report rate, performance/endurance modes, and tracking behavior. PRO WIRELESS allows up to 5 DPI settings. By default, PRO WIRELESS has the following settings:

  • DPI: 400/800/1600/3200
  • Report rate: 1ms
  • Performance mode


DPI/Onboard profiles are shown using three LEDs under the main buttons. The image below shows which values are being indicated by the LED panel.



Is the battery user replaceable? How many charge cycles will I get?

It’s hard to know how many charge cycles you will get because this is a new product. The battery is not replaceable. The mouse must be charged every 48 hours of use according to their product specifications. I can tell you from personal use, the battery lasts much longer when you only use it for gaming sessions and you turn down the intensity of the RGB lighting effects. You can turn down the intensity or turn those lights off entirely. My muse has the RGB lights on but dimmed down quite a bit, the battery is currently at 90%, and it says there are about 52 hours of battery life left. The battery charges extremely fast and you can use it while it’s charging as the cable is very flexible and suitable for gaming. If you have a wireless charging mousepad, this mouse will always be at 100% or 99% battery life. Honestly, the battery life on this mouse is amazing and very impressive. This is a big leap forward for mice in my opinion. They also use a Hero sensor that consumes less power and is the new industry standard for a sensor.

In 2021, will the mouse still have double-clicking issues? Recent reviews that I’ve seen have largely discussed double-click problems.

Yeah, this mouse has trouble with multiple clicks; I purchased it in October 2021. Due to problematic switching, G PRO is vulnerable to this. Not advisable considering that it costs $100 and lasts for only about a year before developing issues.

Does the l/r button rub issue exist with the ones sold here? Some of the G Pro W devices, according to Logitech, had l/r buttons that would rub against one another.

regrettably, absolutely. My grip had to be changed such that there was less pressure on the right button, but the right-left miss trigger still occurs occasionally.

How nicely does your ring finger fit into the side buttons? Can you operate the mouse without pressing it accidentally? or as a PTT key for Discord?

They are really rather sensitive, however, this might vary based on grip, hand size, and play style. Although the mouse is ambidextrous and you may add or remove buttons you don’t need, it’s tough to comment without seeing how you hold the mouse and how you press the buttons with your ring finger.

This thing is comprised of cloth or plastic, right?

The mouse has no cloth and is entirely made of plastic. The most recent endoskeleton model from Logitech G weighs an unbelievable 80 grams. The unique ladder-chassis design is used in the extraordinarily thin outer shell, which may be as thin as 1 mm, to provide tournament-ready strength and structural stability. The entirety of the content complies with WW regulations.

Why do the batteries in these wireless gaming mice only last a few days? I need this ideal left-handed mouse for business, not for games.

The battery life of the Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse is 48 hours with default lighting and 60 hours without illumination. The mouse also has replacement buttons and button covers that are magnetically attached to the mouse. While not in use, they ought to be kept in a box. The following setups can be changed using these interchangeable buttons:

  1. Right-handed
  2. Left-handed
  3. No buttons
  4. Full buttons

Is the mouse three times superior to the G305?

I’ll be totally honest. That has to do with the mouse’s form. Indeed, you may get a weight that is similar to the G Pro using aluminum batteries (G305). The design, wifi, and weight of this mouse were the primary factors in my decision to purchase it. Purchase the G305 if pricing concerns are present. If the g305’s form appeals to you, get it.

Where was it produced?

I purchased this mouse on January 25, 2020, and it was delivered on January 26, 2020. I am experiencing issues with the Right and Left Clicks. If I move the mouse and click Right, the action does not register in the game. I attempt to alter a construction in Fortnite, but it won’t register.

Does this mouse have the same problem with multiple clicks as the G703?

I did not experience the double click issue in more than six months that I used it as my main gaming mouse. But, as others have remarked, the earlier versions of G Pro occasionally had an issue with the separation of left and right clicks. Since I received a replacement mouse from Logitech a month ago, it has performed well.

Should I get the G502 Wireless or this?

The form, weight, and quantity of buttons are the biggest distinctions between these mice. While the GPW only has 5, the G502 Wireless has 11 customizable buttons. Get the G502 wireless if you don’t mind a bulky mouse and a lot of buttons, but go with the GPW if you like low sensitivity and FPS games. I owned both mice, and to be honest, I wish I had never acquired the G502 before the GPW.

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