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Logitech's G Pro wireless gaming mouse is $85, its lowest price ever

Logitech's G Pro wireless gaming mouse is marked down to $85, its lowest price ever
This is one of our favorite gaming mice, and it's never been cheaper. (Image credit: Logitech)

How low will Logitech's G Pro wireless mouse go? I don't know, but it was a good deal when I wrote about it going on sale for a penny under $92 a few weeks ago, and it's an even better bargain today—Amazon has it marked down to $84.99 (opens in new tab), making it the least expensive it has ever been.

That's a 35% discount from its MSRP and is the sort of discount I'd expect to see during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. And who knows, perhaps it will be even less when the holiday season rolls around. If you'd rather not chance it and/or need a wireless rodent right now, the G Pro is worth strong consideration—it's the best gaming mouse (opens in new tab) to go wireless for under $100.

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Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse | $129.99 $84.99 at Amazon (save $45) (opens in new tab)
This is one of our favorite gaming mice, and for good reason—it's sensitive, lightweight, durable, and can accommodate both left-handed and right-handed gamers.

Naysayers will point to reports of double-click issues on this model, but if that rears its ugly head there's a firmware update (opens in new tab) that is supposed to make it go away by improving the click debouncing algorithm. Additionally, Logitech backs the mouse with a one-year warranty. And if you really wanted to, you could apply the savings towards an extended Amazon protection plan ($10.99 for three years or $14.99 for four years) and still be well under the MSRP.

The G Pro is a truly ambidextrous gaming mouse, not just in its ergonomic shape, but with thumb buttons on sides. There are seven programmable buttons in all, to accommodate both left-handed and right-handed gamers.

This also utilizes Logitech's most accurate sensor, the Hero 25K with a 25,600 max DPI. Other features include RGB lighting, a mechanical button tensioning system, and onboard memory to store up to five profiles, all wrapped in a lightweight design (80 grams).

Paul has been playing PC games and raking his knuckles on computer hardware since the Commodore 64. He does not have any tattoos, but thinks it would be cool to get one that reads LOAD"*",8,1. In his off time, he rides motorcycles and wrestles alligators (only one of those is true).