If you’ve been on the hunt for a new gaming mouse and have the Logitech G Pro on your radar, today might be the day to jump on the purchase. Logitech is introducing the G Pro in a new “Ghost” limited-edition color. The color is just a bonus, though—the profits of the sales will all go to charity.
Profits of the sales will go to three charities: AbleGamers, the Abilities Research Center at Mount Sinai, and SpecialEffect. AbleGamers provides modified controllers and other customized gaming setups to people with disabilities. The Abilities Research Center at Mount Sinai offers individualized therapy to those with mobility problems caused by strokes, Parkinson’s disease, and more. Finally, SpecialEffect offers modified game controllers, eye-control systems, and other technologies to people with disabilities.
As for the limited edition G Pro, there doesn’t seem to be a difference between it and the normal G Pro. That means the mouse has the Hero 16K sensor capable of tracking up to 16,000 dpi, movement speeds of up to 400 inches per second, and an ambidextrous design with detachable buttons.
If you want to improve your gaming skills and contribute to good causes at the same time, the limited-edition G Pro in the Ghost color will go on sale at 1:00PM ET.
Source: Logitech via Pocket-Lint