logitech Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, 16.8 Million Colors RGB Backlit Keys, Ultra Portable Design, Detachable Micro…

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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

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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 tenkeyless 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 rollovers for precision control, and onboard memory to store your lighting configuration. This is the wired Logitech keyboard designed to give you a competitive edge.
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 feature 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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  1. Goosifer

    The Best of the Best

    Whether or not the Romer-G switch is the switch type for you, is a matter of opinion; but what is factual here, is that the Logitech G Pro is hands-down the most responsive keyboard out there. If you care about gaining every little competitive edge on your opponent, by a matter of milliseconds, this is the keyboard for you. Forget about Corsair’s K95 Platinum with Cherry MX Speed switches, this is the keyboard you want if you desire to gain an edge over your opponent. Not only is it cheaper than the K95 Platinum, but keystrokes are actuated and processed faster than the K95P. If you don’t mind the lack of dedicated macro keys and you are okay with a tenkeyless design, get this keyboard as soon as you can. You’ll be happy with the purchase. Moreover, Logitech’s software is a breeze to use, and offers many customization options. This keyboard, although this is a matter of subjectivity, has the best RGB lighting I have ever seen on a keyboard. The pictures don’t do it justice. The lighting is clean; no backlight bleed of any kind. The colors really pop and are distinct. Lastly, the detachable cable not only is useful for portability, but in the event that the cable fails for whatever reason, there’s no need to shell out another $129.99 for a new one. Any micro USB cable that fits can be used with this keyboard. It just might not look as nice as the one that came with it. I have yet to find a downside to this keyboard; it does as it’s supposed to, but it does it a step above everyone else. Bottom line, if you can get it, do it. You will not regret it.

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  2. Robert

    Top keyboard but…

    Nice keyboard.Edited to 3 stars (Please read): After 2 months using it leds started to die now my “K” and “M” keys cant keep up with the RGB. i have had a lot of logitech products and no issues. first time with this issue but besides that the keyboard works great doesnt look amazing as used to be but it works.Edit 2: after reading a lot of review looks like the LED RGB die easily for no reason on this keyboard so if you like your keyboard to look always nice with RGB and stuff get another brand. anyways besides that this still a good keyboard but not worth the price if they use cheap RGB that can be break easily.Edit 3: atm when my keys “M” and “K” have to go blue they just go off and skip the color. i tried everything to fix the issue reinstalled the logitech software, reinstalled windows 10 and still the same shit.

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  3. Michael

    This keyboard has a great feel to it

    This keyboard has a great feel to it. I previously had the older version of the G910, and was not a huge fan of that keyboard. Compared to the G910, the Pro has much better keycaps, and the keys feel “clickier” and less muddy. They must have improved their custom mechanical switches between the years. Having the detachable USB Cable is nice, and the smaller size is more comfortable than the giant G910 for me personally. My only complaint about the keyboard is that the space key seems to feel mushy when you press it on the left side, which is the side you would press while gaming. The space key doesn’t seem to raise back up to full height quickly, like it’s getting stuck on something. I took the key off and blew some canned air around the switch and the 2 dummy switches, and looked around to see if there was a problem, but I couldn’t find anything.

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  4. Allen Setzer

    Strange issue after 3-4 months

    For context, I am an online chat-support advisor for a large game developer. I use this keyboard at my work, so it’s seen a lot of use since I purchased it.Very recently a strange issue has been coming up which makes me question using it at all. In the middle of typing, keyboard inputs stop being recognized by the computer. At first I thought perhaps this was an issue with the computer itself, but when it started happening on my home PC as well I concluded it must be the keyboard.This is very problematic, as the only solution I’ve found for this issue is to restart the PC; something which can cause problems at home and certainly at work.Despite this, the keyboard has worked very well up until this point, and I’m a big fan of the trimmed-down design. But having to replace a $100~ keyboard less than half a year in is not something I had expected, nor can I give it full marks under the circumstances.

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  5. Christopher

    Unsurprisingly Solid TKL Mechanical Keyboard with Romer-G switches

    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.-POST SIGNATURE FOR THOSE NEW TO ROMER-G-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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  6. William L Rich

    Not impressed with the quality

    I got it a month ago and it broke after use. The keycap fell of on the left control key and the key piece that goes in the keyboard broke off the keycap.Update: Contacted Logitech and they shipped out a replacement keyboard ASAP under warranty. I may have gotten a fluke but they made it right with no hassles!

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  7. Larry KJ

    Great 21st Century Keyboard with 20th Century Clacks!

    Great keyboard! Small. No unneeded number pad. Fits my style and ability to a T. Very customizable. Love that the letters/numbers light up…in colors I have chosen. Seems like the 21st century at last! And I love that the (mechanical) keys “clack” like the previous century. Very reassuring and oddly comforting. Terrific keyboard from always reliable Logitech with downloadable software to create all color lighting FX. Did a lot of keyboard research before choosing this one. Now that I am using it I know I made the right choice for me, 80 years old, small hands, my own non-touch system of typing, and still a whiz with computers. Not really a “gamer” but do a lot of creative work with graphics & photos.

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  8. A.I.

    I like it, but it’s far from perfect

    Pros:- The lighting that Romer G switches provide is amazing. The light is in the middle of the key rather than on the sides. This is how keys should be lit.- The Romer G switches are pretty good. I would say they are in-between a red and brown Cherry switch. Don’t listen to the die-hard mechanical keyboard fanatics that say Romer G switches are the devil.- Fairly quiet in terms of mechanical keyboards. Quieter than Cherry brown.- It feels mostly good typing.- Awesome tenkeyless design.- Key font is good and standard.- Volume up/down keys are in a comfortable position.- You are able to change out the function of the function keys in the software.- Lots of lighting designs to have fun with.Cons:- Key material is cheap and there are no alternatives considering these are proprietary switches.- Keys get sticky (because of the material).- Hitting the keys from a certain angle (particularly the edge of the key) will kind of feel like they’re stuck. This is most notable and common when using the CTRL key.- The Blue LEDs are defective. This is a very common issue in this keyboard in which the blue colors will not be all the same. My G and Y keys (and ESC key now that I’ve noticed), while blue, are slightly more teal than the other same-colored keys.- All of the colors are a bit off and feel limited. White is kind of blue, yellow may as well be green, and it’s hard/impossible to get certain other colors.- The whole top portion of the keyboard with the G logo and (useless) buttons is unneeded. They put it in just to flaunt the brand.- It can feel pretty loud at times, especially when typing fast.- Spacebar can be loud/springy when lightly tapping it.- The cable doesn’t ever seem to fit in just right.- The macro capability in the software is disappointing to say the least. The only option is to completely replace the function keys (no modifiers).Other thoughts:Overall, it’s a nice keyboard, and I would cautiously recommend it. I am hoping they can iron out these issues in a future iteration of the keyboard, especially the cheap key caps and defective LEDs.

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  9. MR

    Compact, sleek keyboard with great switches

    I was a little apprehensive about this purchase as I had a G910 that I used previously. I did not like the G910 keycaps or the Romer switches. After switching back to a Logitech 710 I desired a smaller form factor keyboard so that my mouse had more space to move and my arms were at a more natural position. I also wanted a keyboard that didn’t look like a 8 year old that forgot to take his ADD pills and just went on a sugar binge designed. The G Pro offered the benefit of matching the overall style of my current Logitech mouse while using restrained design and offering a small footprint.Turns out the Romer switches are fantastic for gaming and it was the keycaps, both the shape and large size on the G910 that I did not like. The G Pro looks fantastic. It does exactly what I wanted it to in that it takes up a very minimal amount of space, it looks restrained, professional and at the same time it has a quality appearance to it. The lights allow me to match any other lighting I may have, mainly the mouse lights with room to change in the future. The biggest surprise here is how much I liked the switches. MX Blues are better for typing but I can’t see trying to game with blues, at least in a FPS game, again.The only con I can really think of is that there is room for a volume scroll wheel yet they choose not to go this route. I’m so used to using the scroll wheel on the 710 it will take some time getting used to short cut cuts that offer steps vs the infinite steps of a scroll wheel. That being said leaving the scroll wheel off does give it a cleaner design.Pros:-Compact size-Restrained, professional, clean aesthetics-Romer G switches-RGB lighting-Very solid build-No bleed through under key cap lighting like most other keyboardsCon-No volume scroll wheel (I’d rather have the clean design over the wheel)

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