The Logitech G Pro, sometimes also called G Pro TKL, is a compact mechanical keyboard designed to meet the needs of eSports athletes.
Gaming Keyboard for High Mobility
The Logitech G Pro is perfect for people who often have to transport their keyboard or simply have little space on their desk. The slim tenkeyless keyboard is significantly lighter and smaller than, for instance, the G810 or the G910. In addition, the approximately 1.8 m (6 ft) long USB cable is detachable, allowing it to be stowed and transported separately. This greatly decreases the risk of damaging the interface.
Apart from that, the Logitech G Pro keyboard offers every feature one could expect of a modern gaming keyboard. The gaming mode deactivates keys that are not needed during the gaming session such as the Windows key or the function keys. 26 key rollover makes sure all commands are transmitted successfully from the keyboard to the system even during hectic moments. The RGB illumination lets the keyboard shine in more than 16 million possible colors. During games, the lighting adapts to the various situations and highlights executable commands in different colors. Here, the Logitech gaming software offers preprogrammed profiles for more than 300 games.
Logitech G Switches, Macros, Multimedia
Using Logitech gaming software, macros can be assigned to keys F1-F12. Although the Logitech G Pro is not equipped with separate multimedia keys, the major playback control features are available via the Fn and function keys. The keyboard was originally sold with proprietary Romer-G switches which, according to manufacturer’s information, can be actuated up to 25 percent faster than traditional switches and are comparably noiseless. This has changed though, as later versions of the keyboard are offered with GX Clicky switches (GX Blue).
Logitech G Pro KD/A and other Versions – Differences
In October 2019, Logitech launched the G Pro X, a version with hot-swappable switches but higher price tag. Since March 2021, there is also a so called Logitech G Pro KD/A available. It’s a special version designed for fans of the game League of Legends. The G Pro KD/A features a special design inspired by the game and comes with Logitech GX Brown instead of GX Blue. These are tactile switches without acoustic feedback, they are therefore a bit less noisy. Apart from those two changes, the rest of the keyboard stays the same.
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Mechanical Keyboard Score
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June 1, 2020
"If Logitech dropped the Pro’s price down to say £80-90, we’d say that would be a steal. If you can find it on offer then we wouldn’t dismiss the Logitech G Pro TKL as it certainly has some life left, though competition is very tight in 2020."
April 27, 2020
"An excellent mechnical gaming keyboard for work and play, particularly if you are short on space or will use it in more than one room. You will find cheaper alternatives online, some with genuine Cherry switches. Still, I’m not sure there’s a classier-looking mechanical keyboard that also has a broad array of game-centric features."
June 29, 2017
"The Logitech G Pro keyboard is an effective, well-made gaming keyboard with excellent software and a steep price tag."
May 6, 2017
"Logitech G's Pro delivers everything you could possibly need in an sleek looking and compact package."
May 4, 2017
"The Logitech G Pro mechanical keyboard is a must-have for eSports athletes and general PC gamers."
March 9, 2017
"For times when space is at a premium, either at a convention or in your home, the Logitech G Pro absolutely nails the small keyboard design."