Logitech G102 Review and its difference with the Pro Version. One of the top mice at the moment is a Logitech G pro. But now Logitech has released the g10 and g20, which are the same mouse but just available in different regions instead.
The Differences and some of the basics
Some people have complained that the pro version has too thick cable and its braided anti-quality. For some users, a more flexible cable is more comfortable. Otherwise, the G10 and G20 have thin cable and it’s more flexible.
The plastics are slightly rougher on the g10 version. Otherwise, the Pro version has smooth materials. It’s you prefer to choose the smooth or the rougher one. One of the top mice at the moment is a Logitech G pro. But now Logitech has released the g10 and g20, which are the same mouse but just available in different regions instead. Here are the differences and some of the basics
Both of the pro and the g10 versions have some complaints that the buttons tension is too light. So it causes some accidental clicks. But its all about user choice, some users like the light tension and some of them like the harder one.
Both of them basically have the same response and reaction. There is no latency on the action.
- Built Quality
The G10 version, even have a cheaper price than the Pro version, it has the same built quality. If you shake the mice there are no sounds, it seems well made.
The G10 version is a little heavy than the Pro version. The G10 version has weight about 86-88 Gram. The Pro version has 85 Gram. It’s all about you prefer.
The Pro Version comes with 3366 sensors. The G10 comes with Mercury Sensor. But on the test, the G10 version seems like the 3366 Logitech G Pro sensor. The performance is about 80% of the 3366 sensors.
If you like the G shapes and don’t want to spend the extra on the Pro version, you can choose the G10 and G20 version. It’s about $35-$40 on the Amazon. The Pro version is about $70-$80 on the Amazon.