This Logitech G PRO backlit keyboard is designed to inspire League of Legends players. Built for pro gamers from the bottom up. A compact tenkeyless design frees up desk space for low-sens mousing. Durable GX Brown Tactile Switches deliver discernable feedback without being too loud or distracting. Programmable LIGHTSYNC RGB and onboard memory lets you customize and store a lighting pattern for gaming tournaments. The computer keyboard comes with a detachable USB cable, making for easy transport. Part of a collection forged by magic, tempered by science and wielded by champions.
Designed to inspire, chosen for champions
Take your game to the next level with the proven Logitech G PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, crafted to inspire League of Legends players.
The gaming keyboard features 1 ms report rate engineered for speed and responsiveness; built with and for esports athletes and gamers for competition-level performance, speed and precision.
Durable GX Brown Tactile Switches
The mechanical keyboard features Brown Switches, delivering discernable feedback to ensure confidence and precision in actuation without being loud or distracting.
Compact and portable
Tenkeyless design frees up table space for mouse movement, while the compact form makes the portable keyboard easy to pack up and transport to gaming tournaments.
Personalize your keyboard with LIGHTSYNC to highlight backlit keys and program static lighting patterns to onboard memory for tournament systems that don’t allow G HUB installations.
The detachable micro-USB cable features a three-pronged design for an easy, secure connection and safe transport in your travel bag so you can take your gaming setup anywhere.
The wired gaming keyboard features 3-step angle adjustment for additional levels of comfort, plus rubber feet for total stability during intense gaming.
Execute a set of complex or timed actions or commands with the press of a button. F-keys (F1-F12) programming requires Logitech G HUB software.
Logitech G PRO League of Legends Edition Mechanical Wired Tenkeyless Gaming Keyboard
Keyboard data cable
Key Switch Behavior
G PRO TKL Wired Mechanical GX Brown Tactile Switch Gaming Keyboard with RGB Backlighting
League of Legends, Blue
Dedicated Macro Keys
Adjustable Tilt Function
Number Of Programmable Macros
Key Switch Type
Key Switch Behavior
Number Of Programmable Keys
Number Of USB Port(s)
Operating System Compatibility
Plug and Play Operation
USB 2.0 Port, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, or Windows 7
One of the main complaints I have with my gaming laptop is that the keyboard feels cramped, and there’s very little in the way of tactile feedback. Enter the Logitech G Pro keyboard. Although this keyboard has roughly the same footprint as my 15.6" laptop's keyboard and exactly the same width, its tenkeyless (TKL) design means there’s no number pad on the right-hand side, so each key gets a little more room to breathe without taking up extra real estate space on my desk, leaving me more room for my mouse and trackpad. The GX Blue Clicky switches also provide that satisfying clicky-clack of ye’ old keyboards and typewriters of yesteryear. If you’re not a fan of loud key clicks, this keyboard is not for you.
Why do I love the GX Blue Clicky switches? For me the physical and auditory feedback of the keys actually helps me not only type better, but game better. With tactile and silent keyboards it can be hard to know if you’ve actually actuated the keys, and during fast-paced gaming, accurate complex key combinations and effective button mashing can often be the difference between a loss and victory.
The keyboard itself measures about 14 inches wide, 6 inches across and about 1.5 inch tall when the feet are not engaged. There are even two separate elevation angles available to choose from by propping up either pair of the nested kickstands. While most of the keyboard is made of plastic, it is reinforced with a steel backplate for durability which accounts for some of its heft, weighing in at just over 2 lbs. The fabric braided USB cable with stabilizing prongs is secure but detachable, which is great for travel, and it measures about 6 feet long. Don’t be misled though, this is not a wireless keyboard, and it does not have an internal battery nor way to communicate with your computer wirelessly.
A bit of the technical details for those of you that are interested, the actuation point of the keys sits at 2.0mm with a travel distance of 3.7mm, and actuation force required is 50g with a 1ms report rate. It’s got twelve programmable ‘F’ keys along the top which allow you to assign custom macros using the Logitech G Hub software. I tried the macro creator for a number of work and gaming related automated sequences, and it works really great, though depending on the responsiveness of your system, you may have to play with the keystroke delays a bit (default is 50ms). You can also set the ‘F’ keys to perform specific actions in integrated applications like Discord, OBS, and Overwolf.
For gaming, I found that this keyboard works great with e-sports and MMO titles like Fortnite and Overwatch. In Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, for example, I had no trouble navigating with the WASD keys, switching weapons, or using any of the comms shortcuts for communicating with my team. The keyboard was equally zippy and responsive in PUBG and Minecraft. The ‘F’ keys can be useful for executing repetitive long-chain combos that help you clear tough areas of games that would otherwise make them laborious and frustrating, though you should to be aware that some online multi-player games specifically disallow macros that give players an unfair advantage and you may risk getting banned from the game if you use them during competitive gameplay.
Now onto the lighting profiles. I find this feature to be good and bad. The keycaps that you get with the keyboard have transparent sections for the characters near the top of the switch, so while you get bright and vibrantly lit primary characters, the secondary characters are not illuminated at all. There is a dedicated button at the top right-hand corner of the keyboard to toggle the lights on or off, but it doesn’t allow you to change the brightness of the lights. Just a quick note too, with the lights off, the characters on the keyboard are really difficult to read, so if you need to read the labels on the keys, you’ll have to keep them on, which uses more battery in a laptop setup. The G Hub software does let you set custom animations and colors and you can even choose a different color for each key individually if you want. It still won’t let you adjust the brightness of the lights though and only certain settings can be 'saved' to the default profile stored in the keyboard. There’s also a ‘game mode’ toggle button on the keyboard that disables specific keys on the keyboard that you don’t use while gaming. You can choose the default, which is just the Windows, function, and menu keys, or set a custom set of disabled keys depending on your needs.
Overall, I really like the Logitech G Pro keyboard for its understated but attractive design, customizable backlighting, amazing key feel and responsiveness, and generously loud clicky keys.
The Logitech G PRO Mechanical wired gaming GX Blue Clicky Switch Keyboard with RBG back lighting has probably the longest product name that I have ever seen, but it does preform extremely well as a gaming keyboard. If you like portable, mechanical keyboards and enjoy the satisfying sound of the keys clicking as you hit them then this is the keyboard for you. It features a thick detachable micro USB cord with a proprietary three-pronged connector tip to help lock it in place and remove for safe travel. You can also connect a regular micro USB connector as well if you happen to forget your cable. It has a compact 10 key less design that reduces the length of the keyboard by a good 6 inches from standard gaming mechanical keyboards (ex: my omen mechanical keyboard). The rubberized feet on the bottom of the keyboard keep it in place so it won’t move around on you and it also has two different angle adjustments that are rubberized on the bottom as well. I am very impressed with the feel and placement of the keys and I find it very easy to switch from my normal keyboard to this gaming keyboard. Lighting on the keys are easily programmed using the Logitech G HUB software. There are many options to suit your needs between solid colors, pulsing, breathing, etc. I personally find the rotating colors to be a distraction, so I just use a solid color that just says lit. There is an option to synchronize the lighting with different content, but I didn’t not play around with that. The software also allows you to customize the F1-F12 keys to preform different functions or create some macros to make gaming or other things in general easier.
Thick micro USB cable
Three different angle adjustments
Rubberized feet for stability
Satisfying key presses
Logical key layout
Physical button to turn of lighting
Customization via the GHUB app
On-board storage to hold your lighting schemes
10-key might be needed by some
no easy volume adjustment
FN key in a bad place for me
The Logitech G Pro Gaming Mechanical Keyboard is the latest gaming keyboard from Logitech. I amusing this keyboard as I write this review and I will be giving my initial thoughts on this keyboard.
First the G Pro Mechanical Keyboard is a compact but full sized keyboard which is shorter by two to three inches compared to a regular keyboard. But don’t let that surprise you as it has some heft to it unlike other keyboards. It is a wired keyboard so that latency should not be a problem. And is it connected to a detacheable USB cord similar in design to other USB cords found in G Pro products.
Typing in this keyboard somewhat reminds me of older electric typewriters as the keys are very clicky. One thing I’ve noticed though is that this keyboard seems to be the “clickiest” among all other gaming keyboards I have tried. Other features this keyboard has are the 12 programmable keys, non-slip rubber feet and angle adjustments.
And like most gaming keyboards, this is backlighted. But what makes this stand apart is that it is Lightsync compatible. Lightsync is Logitech’s proprietary technology to sync other Logitech accessories in order to have a uniform lighting and configuration scheme across several devices. In my case I also have a gaming mouse, charging pad and a gaming headset all paired through Logitech’s G-Hub software.
I really don’t have much words to mince hear since this is in essential a keyboard. But a keyboard that is rock solid and fun to use. And for those familiar with Logitech’s G-Hub products, this keyboard is a worthwhile addition to your gaming rig even if you do not hav other Logtech gaming products.
Came a day early and packaged well, even the box for the keyboard was in perfect condition. It was wrapped in plastic as well.
Have had the keyboard for about a month now and for anyone who likes clicky switches, these are perfect for you. They’re quite loud though, it can be heard when gaming/work/school if there isn’t proper noise suppression. Any grease is easy to clean off of the key caps/frame. The response time is good and it’s comfortable even for small hands like mine (16x7cm). It has a pretty good build quality which makes it somewhat heavy. The software for Logitech has never been hard to use, and is nitpicky in a good way like programming keybinds for specific games.
Its everything you hoped it would be. GX Blue from Logitech is one of the greatest keyboards I've ever used in my life of gaming. I was a user of Razer's Keyboard products before this but no longer after using this well-constructed beautifully made keyboard. I am using this mechanical board to type this review out. I honestly haven't had a great feeling typing on a keyboard like this since the 90s when I use to play Duke Nukem 3D. In my mind, there always been a trade-off with keyboards where you either had to pick beautiful RGB lights on a bad membrane keyboard or a very ugly keyboard with awesome mechanical keys. Well, here you don't have to make that choice and in the world of PC gaming, it took us a while to get here. This G PRO GX gives you all of it in one and I couldn't be happier.
I guess I'll start by saying that this keyboard is crafted and constructed to precision, Everything from the weight of this board feels perfect. While placed on a desk, there is no way this keyboard is going to be moving out of its position. The rubber grips on the feet keep this thing stable fully on the desk. The soft-touch keys feel great to the fingertips; It's clicky and loud but its perfect amount of feedback with each key. it's hard to say but its something about using it when gaming on Overwatch that gives you a satisfying feeling. Tactile feedback gives off a nice audible click.
It's a good compact design that allows you to take the keyboard with you to a LAN party or tournaments so you can throw this in a bag and go quickly. PRO Keyboard from Logitech doesn't take up much footprint at all so you have the space you need for gaming. The Numpad is cut from the keyboard to allow for closer mouse movements and I had no issues when using Logitech's G903 mouse next to the keyboard. There is a detachable USB cord that connects the keyboard to the PC and for the most part, it's strong and braided so no snatching it out by mistake. Again the well-constructed design is here insuring if you are gaming a little wildly nothing will damage if the keyboard falls.
Lightsync RGB colors are beautiful hands down and even better if you use the included GHUB software. They are bright and the first thing you will notice when using this keyboard is the big colorful "G". There are so many custom lighting designs you can make with the keyboard that I can't possibly keep up and that's on top of the animations that the keyboard has. I do like that it does "lightsync" with the G903. Also within the software, you can program the F-Keys to create macros until your heart content. All of the features are there for you to play around with.
There are two buttons on the keyboard at the top. One controls "Game Mode" which disables some Windows keys and an "RGB LED" Button which allows you to turn the LED lights on and off. Sucks because I think they could have added a way to set the brightness from the button at 3 levels but it doesn't harm the keyboard review.
Overall to me, this is the perfect wireless USB keyboard for gaming. ALL the features are there in a modern keyboard but the fact that Logitech took steps to add even more features into this thing is insane. Loving the satisfying clicks of this GX blue. I mean there is nowhere left to go with a keyboard like this. They already made a model with the Numpad included and in my opinion, the only way to make a keyboard like this any better is to make a wireless version with a good battery life. For gamers, this is an easy 5/5 star product.
This keyboard feels great, sounds great, and I was really enjoying it until the black on the keys started to wear off. My W A S D keys started to wear in the first two weeks, and almost 30 days of having this keyboard, I've posted pictures of what it looks like. Yes I game on it, Yes I play FPS with it, but also spent 140 with tax on it, this should not be happening. If it is advertised as a 'gaming' keyboard, it should be able to withstand GAMING use.
Hey there, I'm sorry to hear that your keys were wearing off after some use. That certainly shouldn't be happening. If you contact us via our support site, we can see what we can do about fulfilling your warranty on the keyboard or replacing the worn out keys. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
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Perfect for my hands because I have short fingers. This was exactly what i needed and I don’t play on switching for a while.
Hello Carlos. We're happy to hear that you love the G Pro keyboard! If you ever need any assistance with the keyboard, feel free to reach out to Logitech Support. Thank you for shopping Logitech G! - Logitech
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
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No hassle great use Great brand name easy to use love it
A:AnswerHey there Zack. Unfortunately there are no built in presets to the G PRO keyboard. However, the keyboard has onboard memory, so you wouldn't need the software on all the time to take use of it. Just set an RGB look you like, make sure it's saved onto the keyboards onboard memory, and make sure it's the main profile for your keyboard.