Get ready for the next-gen Logitech gaming products
Logitech is getting ready to reveal its next-gen gaming products, and the company may have accidentally leaked its upcoming gaming mouse, Logitech G Pro X Superlight wireless.
One of the most popular gaming peripheral companies in the world, Logitech, will reveal its new products on May 24. The company shared a video on Twitter with a caption that said, "Hear more." It is believed to be the new gaming headset, but it looks like we will be seeing more from the company in two days.
Rumors say that the G Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse will be the protagonist of the event, but we will also see other peripherals like a keyboard, headset, and mousepad. According to GizmoChina, the upcoming mouse was accidentally leaked on its Taobao product page, but then the listing was taken down immediately.
The new Logitech G Pro X (GPX) wireless gaming mouse is rumored to weigh just 49 grams, but this is unconfirmed. With a 35K Hero sensor, an 8 kHz LIGHTSPEED wireless polling rate, and Lightforce hybrid switches, it is rumored to offer performance and responsiveness that are unmatched. Logitech is expected to tease its upcoming product line with more videos in the next 28 hours, and the official announcement will be made on May 24.
Hear more. || 05.24.23 pic.twitter.com/Y1cjeHP2uX
— Logitech G (@LogitechG) May 21, 2023
Logitech has shifted gears
The company has been on a roll lately as it also launched its latest gaming handheld device in Europe last week. Between May 22 and June 22, major nations like the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland will gradually make the Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld available to gamers throughout Europe. Other important nations include Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland.
The highly anticipated console is now available for order on the Logitech website with a price tag of €359 or £329, despite the fact that the Logitech G Cloud gaming portable has not yet hit the shops.Advertisement
more powerplay stuff? or is that killed.