Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, 16.8 Million Colors RGB Backlit Keys, Ultra Portable Design, Detachable Micro USB Cable

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Connectivity Technology Micro USB
Brand Logitech G
Number of Buttons 87
Keyboard Description Gaming
Number of Keys 87

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  • Pro grade Logitech G mechanical keyboard built to the exacting specifications of ESports athletes for a competition level blend of speed, precision and quiet performance
  • Durable Romer G switches deliver 25 percent faster actuation than standard mechanical switches so every keypress is nearly instantaneous from fingers to screen ; Durability: 70 million keypresses
  • Ultra-portable sleek and compact design frees up table space for mouse movement and is easy to pack and transport to tournaments: Rock Solid Reliability
  • Detachable Micro USB cables features a three pronged design for an easy, secure connection and safe transport in your travel bag
  • Comes with three step angle adjustment and rubber feet for adequate stability during intense gaming. Requirements are windows 7 or later, mac OS x 10.10 or later

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Pro Gaming Keyboard features Logitech G LIGHTSYNC technology—next-gen RGB lighting driven by actions in over 300 top games. Customize colors + effects across LIGHTSYNC mice, keyboards, headsets and speakers for new gaming intensity.

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Wired Wired Wired Wireless Wired
Programmable keys
12 F-keys 12 F-keys 12 F-keys 6 G-keys 9 G-keys
Illuminated keys
16M RGB colors Red LED 16M RGB colors N/A 16M RGB colors
Mechanical Key Switches
Romer-G Romer-G Romer-G Tactile or Linear Romer-G Romer-G
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Palm Rest
No No Detachable Integrated Detachable

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Color Black Black Blue Carbon RGB Classic Black
Connectivity Technology Micro USB USB USB Cable USB USB USB Type - C
Item Dimensions 14.2 x 1.4 x 6 inches 19.75 x 7.7 x 1.53 inches 14.96 x 1.97 x 6.3 inches 1.4 x 17.5 x 5.1 inches 14.1 x 5.1 x 1.4 inches 5.54 x 14.27 x 1.45 inches
Item Weight 2.16 lbs 3.00 lbs 2.43 lbs 1.90 lbs 1.63 lbs

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Logitech G Pro Gaming Mechanical Keyboard is designed and built to the exacting specifications of eSports athletes worldwide. Featuring the fastest and most durable Romer G switches in a compact and ultra portable ten keyless design, plus advanced performance built in: customizable Logitech RGB color lighting and lighting patterns, game mode button to disable Windows key and avoid accidental actuation, macros to execute complex commands in a single keystroke, 87 key anti ghosting and 26 key rollover for precision control, and onboard memory to store your lighting configuration. This is the wired Logitech keyboard designed to give you the competitive edge.

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Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor Construction - Right Arrow Key Stuck and Support calls it "Cosmetic Issue"
By seanthebomb on August 31, 2018
I am extremely disappointed in this keyboard. Right out of the box the right arrow key gets easily stuck when pressing it. This is very frustrating when web browsing or trying to watch a video because the key is engaged. It was like this out of the box and never went away after 2 weeks of use. It seems the cause of this issue is poor quality control as it seems the plastic of the bottom border will brush up against the keycap and prevent it from disengaging.

The worst part about this whole process was dealing with Logitech Customer Support. They denied that it was a real issue and called it a cosmetic issue. This is ridiculous. Buyer Beware.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unsurprisingly Solid TKL Mechanical Keyboard with Romer-G switches
By Christopher on October 29, 2018
For those of you who are familiar with Romer-G switches already, there's not much to say on what you're getting. For those who are not familiar with Romer-G switches PLEASE read the bit after the more general review.

It's a Ten-Key-Less board with the simple and clean G810 design with TACTILE version of the Romer-G switches. The detachable cable seems insignificant though it may be an up-sell to those who attend a lot of LANs or often move their rigs around.The two step feet feel solid and provide good grips even over my glass-top desk... not much to say really.

No media controls... at this point for a $10-20 mark-up over the G810 which is being phased out with a price drop... a fuller sized keyboard with the same exact specs and design AND dedicated media keys... is not a good feeling. It would have been nice to see them integrate at least the volume wheel for the G Pro. Sure the TKL keyboards in general seem to be sold at a premium despite offering less, and that's the nature of the market I suppose... but a criticism I'd still make a point of bringing up even though it's more a market trend issue than the product itself.

All in all, it's a solid product, solidly priced RGB TKL keyboard. Performs as well as any other Logitech board, low latency, Romer-G switches, bleed-less lighting, great software still continuing to improve through updates, and etc. Compared to other TKL alternatives, this was still a pretty straight forward purchase for me.


ps. Those who are NOT familiar with Romer-G switches... PLEASE understand that they will NOT feel like the MX switches or any other more common mainstream switches. The keys are pure mechanical, but there will be what feels like 'rubberdome' as described by many. The shortened actuation time will be largely unnoticeable without you becoming substantially accustomed to it in certain scenarios in certain games. And really what you get used to using Romer-G boards might have more to do with Logitech's low latency times than the switches themselves anyway.

The closest Cherry comparison that I know of would be MX Browns.... but Romer-G will still feel quite distinct in comparison. What I can say is, Romer-G switches are one of the most quiet (which is a good thing, since you can't really install O-Rings on these switches), the Romer-G's center-positioned lighting allowing bleed-less lighting that makes the keys look clean and fantastic (subjective, but it offers a crisp visual that you wouldn't get on any other RGB boards), and it seems to perform just as well as any other top-of-the-line offerings on the market in terms of performance and durability.

Just so you know, Romer-G first came out on Logitech’s launch of 900/400(?)/600(?) series gaming keyboards with arguably one of the most hideous and awful keycaps, allegedly for 'gaming' that gave the switches an awful awful reputation.

The Romer-G's are highly underrated switches imo. Even though the bump may feel slightly “mushy” like a rubberdome, which makes these arguably an acquired taste, these keys are absolutely mechanical switches, mechanical switches that offer a genuine top-of-the-line performance at that.

I do urge you to try these switches, provided you have the means to check the game out for a good solid week or two.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best keyboard hands down
Reviewed in Canada on November 14, 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars The build quality of this keyboard is simply amazing. It is clear that Logitech put a lot ...
Reviewed in Canada on May 23, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Solid, beautiful, functional rgb, quiet and a small form factor
Reviewed in Canada on April 26, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Solid, beautiful, functional rgb, quiet and a small form factor
Reviewed in Canada on April 26, 2019
I use this Tenkeyless keyboard for game development, gaming and writing. It works well for all uses so far. It's a beauty to look at, clean simple lines and a large clean font that doesn't look too gamey. It was constructed with metal inside to make it weighted and rigid, and It feels very solid. This thing doesn't move on my desk even when hammering away on it. The backlighting is great for working into the night. It has recessed, programmable rgb lit keys that don't leak all over your desk like many of the other keyboards I looked at before pulling the trigger on this one. Satisfying clicks, without being annoying. The keys are sharp edged, which has a feeling of precision to me. I came from a crappy membrane keyboard, so this mechanical one was a significant upgrade. I've read reviews that said it felt mushy, but that has not been my experience. I demo'd all of the mechanicals in my local computer store, and after looking at the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB and the CORSAIR K95 RGB PLATINUM which were both the same price at the time, I went the other way and almost bought a reddragon k552 tkl that was clicky and had the best tactile feedback for an incredibly low price of $41. In the end the looks, feel, build quality and low sound of this one convinced me. Very happy with my G Pro purchase and I would definitely buy again.
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5.0 out of 5 stars In love w/ this keyboard
Reviewed in Canada on July 9, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars BIC BOI KEYBOARD!
Reviewed in Canada on October 21, 2019
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