With this year’s Prime Day now out of the way, we hope you managed to grab some of the discounted mice from Logitech. There were some great deals this year, with deep discounts on a lot of the best gaming mice chosen by Digital Foundry. Here’s a reminder of what you may have missed.
There were three offers in particular that were worth highlighting. If you need a reminder of thebest Prime Day gaming deals you can check those out, too.
A familiar favourite, the Logitech G502, was one of the biggest highlights of this year’s sale. Its Lightspeed wireless technology and 25K HERO sensor ensure ultra-fast and reliable performance while gaming. Meanwhile, its ergonomic shape makes it one of the more comfortable mice to use and it can offer up to 60 hours of battery life with RGB effects disabled.
It was discounted to £60.99/$94.99 on Prime Day, or you could grab the wireless version for £34.99/$37.99. The prices have gone up slightly, but if you missed out and don’t mind paying a little extra, you can grab them below. The wired Logitech G502 is still the same price for those of you in the US (lucky you!).
Logitech G Pro
The Logitech G Pro also featured in this year’s Prime Day sale. Compared to the G502, it’s slicker, looks less like a weird alien artifact and is ambidextrous. All those benefits for around the same price make it worth considering if you ask me. It still sports the HERO 25K sensor, Lightspeed wireless tech, up to eight programmable buttons, and a battery life of up to 48 hours.
This is a slightly weightier version of the more recent Logitech G Pro X Superlight, which is almost double the price of the mouse on offer here. Considering the G Pro shares the same shape and an extremely similar sensor, though, it was an absolute bargain at £66.99/$64.99.
Prime day may be over, but these deals are still live! The only difference is the Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse has five dollars extra on top of its Prime day price.
If you were looking for a cheap wireless mouse, we hope you managed to grab the Logitech G305 in the Prime Day sale, widely considered the best budget gaming mouse. At a fraction of the cost of the above models, you still get a HERO 12K sensor and six programmable buttons in a piece of kit that weighs under 100 grams.
Best of all, it boasts a whopping 250-hour battery life on a single AA battery, which is a massive convenience. It was heavily discounted this year – £24.99 in the UK and $28.49 in the US – but has jumped back up in price now.
Those are three of the best Prime Day deals we spotted on gaming mice. Even with Prime Day over, it’s useful to look back and check what was available and at what price in this year’s sale, especially if you’re comparing current market prices.
For a few more top picks and other recommendations across tech and gaming, do check out Digital Foundry’s look at the best Prime Day deals.
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