Logitech G has announced the comeback of a true legend: the Logitech G mouse MX518. According to the company, this model is "one of the most popular gaming mice of all time and fans around the world are eager to return from retirement." The improved version of the MX518 is now available in stores at an RRP of 59,99 euros.

"Well known and comfortable"

Equipped with the most advanced gaming technology on the market such as the 32-bit ARM processor and the unique HERO 16K sensor from Logitech G* as well as modern materials and workmanship, the MX518 comes in the well-known and comfortable design.

“Our fans asked for it, so we're bringing our iconic MX518 back. The MX518 is a legend that we have now made ready for the next generation with our exclusive and market-leading technologies. "

Ujesh Desai, Vice President and General Manager Logitech Gaming

One of the most important innovations is the HERO 16K sensor, the most advanced mouse sensor from Logitech - with unmatched precision and a completely new architecture. A frame rate processing rate of up to 17K FPS enables the HERO sensor 400+ IPS in the entire DPI range from 100 to 16.000 DPI, without any smoothing, filtering or acceleration. HERO therefore guarantees tournament-grade precision and more consistent responsiveness than ever before.

The Logitech G MX518 gaming mouse will be available from February 19, 2019 at an MSRP of 59,99 euros. Photo: Logitech
The Logitech G MX518 gaming mouse will be available from February 19, 2019 at an MSRP of 59,99 euros. Photo: Logitech

Another update is the newly added 32-bit ARM processor - a further development of the original. The ARM processor of the MX518 provides a transmission speed of 1 ms and many other functions. In addition, users can completely customize the mouse to their own taste using the optional Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) or the Logitech G HUB. Eight programmable buttons are available for your own configurations. Thanks to the integrated memory, personal settings can be saved directly in the mouse without having to be reinstalled or set on tournament systems with your own software.


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