Logitech's G Pro wireless gaming mouse gets a price cut again, now the cheapest it’s ever been at $85
If you are on the lookout for a new gaming mouse, you might want to consider the Logitech G Pro.
Logitech’s G Pro wireless gaming mouse got a price cut a little while ago when the price came down from $129.99 to $92. And now, it’s gotten even cheaper with Amazon giving it another price cut. The Logitech G Pro is now available on Amazon for $84.99 ( ₹6,211 approx) and this is the cheapest it’s ever been. So if you are in the market looking to buy a new gaming mouse, this is a great deal.
The new $85 price on the Logitech G Pro is a 35% discount on the MSRP, something you’d probably see during a Cyber Monday or a Black Friday sale, and perhaps by the time holiday season comes in, it is possible that there might be another price cut. But, in case you don’t want to take your chances on another price cut that may or may not happen, as PCGamer points out, the Logitech G Pro is one of the best wireless offerings under $100.
The Logitech G Pro is known for being light, sensitive, and durable and it can accommodate gamers who are left-handed and right-handed. While some users have complained about a double-click issue on the Logitech G Pro, the company is rolling out a firmware update that should improve this click debouncing algorithm. The Logitech G Pro also comes with a one-year warranty and you could also add on the Amazon protection plan for three years ($10.99) or for four years ($14.99) and still bag a deal that’s lesser than the MRP.
The Logitech G Pro has an ergonomic shape and is a truly ambidextrous mouse since it has thumb buttons on the sides. It has seven programmable buttons in all that can accommodate both left and right-handed gamers. A feature like this is usually rare and hard to come by on a gaming mouse. This mouse uses Logitech’s most accurate sensor - the Hero 25K with 25,600 max DPI. It also has RGB lighting, a lightweight design of just 80 grams, a mechanical button tensioning system, and onboard memory to store up to five profiles giving you plenty of user-case options.