The mouse feet adopt PTFE without additives with a large size. Logitech claims, these mouse feet provide a low-friction experience that is precise, fast, and fun to maneuver.
Gamers are presented with Lightspeed 2.4 GHz wireless technology which is claimed to be responsive and has low latency. In the sales package, of course, gamers will get a Lightspeed Wireless Receiver.
Another feature that is no less interesting is the HERO 25K 25,600 DPI sensor. This sensor uses a smart power management system to continuously adjust the frame rate based on mouse movement to minimize power consumption. Even at high DPI, the HERO sensor is claimed to be 10 times more power efficient than the previous Logitech G sensor.
As a wireless mouse, Logitech G Pro X Superlight relies on a battery embedded in it. Logitech claims the battery is capable of making this gaming mouse light up for up to 70 hours on a single charge.