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Logitech’s best gaming mouse just got better

A hand holds up a jet black sculpted plastic mouse with a white scroll wheel and white words “Superlight” printed on the side.
Photo by Sean Hollister / The Verge

Logitech is rolling out a firmware update for its popular G Pro X Superlight 2 mouse this week that will enable 4kHz response rates. The higher polling rate is designed for high DPI / low in-game sensitivity players who play esports PC games, which is who Logitech markets its Superlight series of mice toward.

A higher polling rate on a mouse essentially means that when a frame is rendered, you get a more recent and accurate cursor position shown on your screen. The time delay between your cursor and where it’s being displayed on your screen is reduced the higher the polling rate.

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