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Logitech’s newest gaming mouse is pricey, but it’s for a good cause

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Profits from the ‘Ghost’ wireless gaming mouse go to accessibility organizations

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Logitech is launching another special edition of its G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse, with proceeds again benefitting organizations that promote accessibility in video games.

The all-white “Ghost” gaming mouse is $149.99, but its hefty price tag will support Able Gamers and Special Effect, two charities that aid players with accessibility needs, and the Abilities Research Center of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York.

Logitech partnered with all three to develop the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit for the Xbox Adaptive Controller; Logitech’s kit launched in November. A statement from the company says the profit from the Ghost mouse’s sale will be split and donated among the organizations.

Last month, Logitech launched its first special edition of the G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse, called Pixel, also benefitting the same three charities. A Logitech representative said that limited edition sold out within an hour of going on sale.

“Our goal is to put fun and inclusion into the lives of gamers with accessibility needs and have a positive impact on gamers everywhere,” Logitech said in its news release.