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Today we take a look at the updated Logitech G Pro wired version. This gaming mouse has been updated to use Logitech’s superior optical sensor HERO, and is equipped with a thinner and lighter rubber cable. G Pro Wired was originally a replacement for the popular G100, another safe in the Logitech locker.

In addition to the efficient optical sensor on the rudder, the mouse also has a DPI of up to 16,000 DPI instead of 12,000, and is equipped with a switch developed by OMRON, which is reliable and responsive, with up to 50 million clicks. This low-key but noticeably wide-body mouse weighs only 83 grams, making it one of the most comfortable and smart mice I have ever used.

With products like the Logitech G Pro wireless, Cooler Master MM710 and Zowie S2, the light competition is already fierce. It's worth noting that even though it has one of the best optical sensors available, it's almost impossible to see the difference in the game, so is it worth upgrading? maybe not. However, if you are looking for a new mouse, this HERO version is your best option.

Advantages

Disadvantages

Mouse Size and Weight

Technical Mouse

The Logitech G Pro wired packaging is almost the same, only one side is the Logitech eSports partner. Everything is well protected, and the cable out of the box is almost perfect. The first impression of the

Wired G Pro is that everything is very smooth and round. This is a small mouse, designed to follow Logitech's general model, simple and safe. The

mouse is 11.6 cm long, roughly the same length as the MM710 / MM711, and as small as my hand (18x11 cm). I think my hand size is moderate, but I only choose an ergonomic right-hand gaming mouse. However, this makes me feel comfortable playing. The 6.2cm width is probably the main reason I found it to work well, because I tend to like larger mice, like Zowie's Deathadder Elite, V2, or ECseries. The G Pro Wired ratio is approximately 21, which can be considered an ideal choice for many different hand shapes.

The weight of this update has not changed and the G Pro Wired is still 83 grams. As manufacturers hit 50 grams with some mice, this is gradually becoming a medium weight. My preference is always close to 90 grams, but 80 grams is definitely something I can adapt quickly.

As mentioned above, this form is a very safe option among Logteich's many successful options. The fuselage has a discreet hump, which is much less intrusive than the MM710. Although a hump is generally needed to support my palm, I find the shape of the G Pro Wired to be very comfortable and makes the mouse feel larger in the hand.

One small issue that doesn't really affect mouse use or comfort is the rounded sides. I prefer the flat side of the mouse, like the one on the G302, because I think I can hold it better, but as mentioned above, it is hardly noticeable. The

buttons have a beautiful smooth downward angle, and each button has a slightly concave design, allowing your fingers to snap into place naturally. Of course, this is a smart shape, but the two thumb buttons are only provided for right-handed users, which is beneficial to right-handed users. GPro Wired seems to be suitable for gamers with claws and fingertips, but as long as your hands are not too big, it is wide enough to accommodate your palms.

uses the same high-quality plastic housing in this updated version. The plastic shell is soft and comfortable to hold. That said, this can be problematic material for players who are physically strong, but it is largely subjective. The RGB strip separates the top and bottom of the case at the back, which honestly doesn't have much of an effect on the design, but it's there.

Unlike the itchy Cooler Master mouse (MM710 / MM711), the Logitech G Pro Wired PTFE feet are smooth from the start. Each corner of the mouse has a skating shoe, and there are more materials around the sensor hole, which can provide a balanced and satisfying glide on the desktop.

Logitech mouse buttons are as reliable as ever. G Pro Wired is equipped with the same mechanical button tension system, and each main button is separate from the housing. These buttons always provide a consistent drive, with almost no accidental clicks.

has a total of six buttons, including two thumb buttons attached to the left. During gameplay, the thumb button isn't the easiest to activate, but it has more to do with how far my thumb needs to move than the button itself. The

scroll wheel seems to be almost recessed between the two main buttons and it works fine. Each incremental step has a tactile swipe and fast scrolling game or easy internet control. As in the G100, there is a DPI switch seat behind the roller. Just one means you can only toggle between DPI options, not up and down, but the button can do its job and you can quickly change DPI if needed. Legacy

G Pro Wired cables use thick, heavy stranded cables. Logitech ditched the ugly and opted for lighter rubber cables. Now you can avoid using bungee jumping on the wired G Pro. It is one of the best rubber cables. Move your mouse at a speed much slower than Zowie's rubber cables. Braids in the old version are not only

For now, this is definitely a big improvement.

Or, if you're a Logitech fan and you hate cables and money isn't the point, I highly recommend you give the Logitech G Pro Wireless a try, it's the best gaming mouse on the market for me.

If you currently own a G Pro Wired with a PMW 3366 sensor, don't worry, it's still a superior optical device. This has a HERO sensor, can you tell? No, there are subtle differences, but you can't tell the difference in the game.

So what's the difference? Well, the HERO sensor is Logitech's efficient reboot of the superior optical sensor, boasting 16k DPI and 400 IPS for perfect tracking. In addition, the sensor uses ten times less energy than the previous sensor (3366), hence the name (High Efficiency Optics). The HERO sensor was recently added to the G Pro wired and G502 mice, and was previously only used in the G903, G703, and G403.

I have used the G Pro wired model and many Logitech mice with the aforementioned HERO sensor, so this mouse is relatively easy to use again and you will never be disappointed with the performance of this sensor. Without smoothing or acceleration, the constant accuracy of the sensor is pleasant to play with as usual. I have never noticed any tilt or drift of the Deathadder Elite and Mamba sensors. It is easier to move than MM710 / MM711, but this is mainly because it is closer to the weight of the mouse I want.

In general, I would say that this mouse has a certain impact and may be one of the best small mice I have tried.

Logitech GHub is one of the best software programs I use in conjunction with a mouse, simple and easy to use. The software allows you to change all types, especially the DPI step if necessary.

Use this software to create configuration files, link macros and commands, and use RGB lighting for games. The cool thing about the mouse, and one thing I have always liked, is that as long as you are satisfied with the four out-of-the-box DPI stages, you don’t have to download the software. All

drivers and updates can be done through G Hub, which is always helpful. If you are not familiar with Logitech products, I strongly recommend that you visit our Logitech G Hub page. The latest update to the

G Pro Wired gives smart mouse users an inexpensive option that will never degrade performance. This is a reliable and balanced mouse that should be seriously considered for competitive gamers. The old superior optical sensor is being replaced by another superior optical sensor, and the cable improvements will only improve the mouse. That being said, if you have a PMW 3366, I won't bother updating it until I need it, because you are unlikely to notice any difference.

For those who are not looking for a new mouse, they will definitely want to make sure they choose the HERO version of this mouse to give you an accurate mouse. Soft and smooth ergonomic shape, the hand feeling is very good, it is simple and pleasant to use, when used with the higher specifications, you will get fatal things.

This lightweight, championship gaming mouse has been updated and is now equipped with improved cables and more efficient sensors.

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