Gaming hardware is not often known for the tastefulness of its design, but the $150 Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse bucks that trend—you could use this in public without drawing any undue attention to yourself.
The new mouse has been designed with the feedback of more than 50 pro gamers—including a pro Overwatch team that used it when it won the first Overwatch League—to ensure a comfortable size and shape. The gaming cred shows in a few places: it has a new 16,000 dpi sensor that can track movement at over 400 inches per second to enable quick, precise motion, and it can report its motion up to 1,000 times per second to ensure low latencies. Its low weight (80 grams) and lack of cable mean that it can be thrown around effortlessly, enabling the fastest reactions.
Though the new sensor boasts a high resolution, Logitech claims it uses one-tenth the power of its previous optical sensor. The result is that the mouse can last 60 hours on a single charge. This is enough to go many games—even a whole tournament—without having to worry about power.
The design is ambidextrous, with side buttons on both sides. The mouse also comes with button covers so you can disable the side buttons on the side you don't use.
And for gamers who do want styling that's a little more… in your face… the rodent supports 16.8 million color RGB lighting, so you can make it glow an entire rainbow of colors. This will shorten the battery life—down to 48 hours—but can add a personal touch.