After introducing its Meta Quest 2-compatible Chorus speakers, Logitech now unveils its all-new "G502 X" gaming mouse line, an update to its flagship G502 lineage. The new G502 X arrives in three new models, a standard wired version, a wireless LIGHTSPEED version, and an RGB-equipped wireless PLUS version.
The new models are equipped with all-new LIGHTFORCE hybrid switches improving the speed and reliability of each click, a dual-mode scroll wheel, adjustable DPI-shift buttons, and lightspeed wireless that's 68 percent faster than the previous generation. Weight has also been reduced to just 89 grams and the Hero 25K Sensor offers optimized power efficiency and competition-level precision. The wireless models boast 120 hours of battery life with RGB off and 37 hours with lights on, featuring customizable Lightsync RGB across an 8-LED array.
The new Logitech G502 X series is now available on Logitech's website. Prices range from $80 to $160 USD.
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