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Logitech - G Pro Wired Gaming Mechanical Romer-G Switch Keyboard with RGB Backlighting - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 239 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality Logitech when you need it

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    Xeiyros
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    Surprisingly I wasn't expecting this unit to really be a great buy at first. Mainly because of the fact this is the TKL edition of a esports keyboard, however i was completely wrong. I've tried several keyboards from Roccat's ISKU, Steel Series M750, and even Razers Chroma TKL. All of them had their unique traits, and differences, however this one seems to slot right in there between all of them in a good way thats not obtrusive, but also, just exactly whats needed for the given situation. There are a few good things to note. 1. Logitech does not require its software to run RGB, or macros 2. Logitech devices, save profiles on the device 3. Another amusing, Logitech devices have a syncing option that mirrors your color designs to all devices, and, my personal favorite, shuts off the rgb when your away, or at the press of the lighting button. 4. The Physical keys on this keyboard are very minimalist like, also the fact that the key caps, and cherry switches aren't insanely loud unlike the Razer Chroma (which, honestly i loved the sound of the Chroma best.) These keys also have a non-mushy feel like steel series had which is a plus in my book because you can tell when a key is fully pressed down instead of accidently pressing down too little or too hard to get the job done. The only bad thing is to see how long these keys last. the only reason why i replaced my razer was because, 1. it was getting old, and razer to me, i can't recommend because of the fact that keyboard broke down too quickly, and the frequent software updates to fix "issues" left it bricked sometimes. Logitech so far from what i've experienced in the past has never truly messed up their devices, and generally does not have the most support for every high end game out there, but, with a bit of customization, and a bit of effort, it should be rather easy to get things working just right for anyone wanting to use this thing.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    AMAZING - once you break it in.

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    Court
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    Like my title says it takes a little bit to break in the keys. But after about a week of use they break in lovely. They are mechanical in nature so they have to click down but the sound isn't annoying like some of the Razer keyboards that have that high pitch click. The colors are bright enough to see during the day I would say they are as good or better than the Razer Chroma. I found that the Logitech software runs all my Logitech stuff perfectly (Headphones, mouse, game board G13 and now this keyboard) While the Logitech G13 sometimes requires the Logitech interface to be closed down and reset, there are no issues with the keyboard, mouse and headset and always work no matter what. I have never had anything crash mid game. The keyboard kind of seems like it would be wireless but the usb chord just detaches from the front of the keyboard and the tip is a mini USB the other end is regular USB. I found this useful when moving the keyboard around to different rooms or taking it to friends houses because you don't have to wrap the chord around the keyboard, you just simply detach it all together and then can tuck the chord away during transit. We even spilled a soda on one of them (we purchased two) and it still works. The only downside is no number pad for some users (like my wife). But I find that I have much more room on my desk gaining that extra 4-6 inches. And that's all I have. Hope you enjoy this product !!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than I expected

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    CasualGamer
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    Previously used the Corsair Strafe with Cherry MX Silent switches and also the Corsair K65 LUX with Cherry MX Red switches. Jumping to the Logitech G Pro, the Romer G switches feel very, very different from Cherrys. The keys have a very noticeable tactile point that takes some getting used to, especially when coming from Cherry Reds. However, after a week of gaming with them, I prefer the feel of the Romer-G keys and their characteristics over the Cherry MX switches. The switches are solid and very responsive. Also, the keyboards build quality is outstanding: there is zero flex to the frame-- it's rock-solid. And, being tenkeyless, the PRO frees up a lot of desktop space. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase. Pluses: - Quick key switch actuation at 1.5mm + rated for 70 million keystrokes - Single, braided and detachable Micro-USB connector cable - RGB lighting doesn't bleed out onto the desktop, giving the keyboard a very refined look - Solid build quality Minuses: - Game Mode switch is present on the keyboard but no simple solution in Logitech Gaming Software to disable the Alt-tab key combination. None that I've found at least. - No wrist rest. At this price point, seems like it should be included or at least purchasable as an add-on.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A pretty good choice for a gaming TKL board

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    jsd45
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    After an upgrade to my monitor and laptop, I was left with little room on my desk for my massive gaming keyboard and looking for something more compact and likely without a number pad. The G Pro is a good TKL option for gaming and everyday use. The switches are a nice tactile mechanical type, somewhere between a Cherry Brown and Razer Orange, and typing feels good overall. I do think there is a bit too much key wobble and the space bar is kinda bad though. I seemed to miss hitting it a lot a first. I like the 2 options for tilt and have it on the shorter option. I am docking points for the high price, software experience, and cable included. I didn't pay full price for this and never would have bought it at $130. The sale price is steep enough. The software is simply poorly designed and confusing. You'll need to read up on it or watch a video on customization with it. Last, the use of a micro USB port in 2019 is sad. There is no reason to not have the more durable type-c port at this price on a device designed to be taken on the go. At least it has prongs to lock it in place so it doesn't get broken in the keyboard.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Replaced a normal TKL keyboard and...

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    ActiveUser
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    I needed to replace my normal TKL keyboard (that I had used to game) and got this keyboard. It's probably great but there are some things I'm not used to and I feel it's important to share that in a review. 1. There's a springy vibration or ping sound to keys when they bounce back from being pressed. It could be a matter of getting used to, or personal preference. This is a hefty keyboard, afterall. 2. This is a hefty keyboard and takes up a lot of vertical space. My previous keyboard was perhaps half the height, if that. My desk has a slide out keyboard table so I now have to really pull it out to use the keyboard. My score is low simply to encourage you to consider: Do you really need this? The product feels substantial and that's great. I've set up custom lighting on it. I haven't found it as easy to set up profiles on as its mouse cousin. (G903) Y'know, I should probably include a picture. (note I've purposefully used dimmer lights. The product can get much more bright)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My Favorite Keyboard

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    Nicholas
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    There might be some dispute with this keyboard because of the "Romer G Switches". If you are looking for a mechanical keyboard I might steer you towards a Corsair K70, but this is a great quieter substitution. I am coming from a Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition that I had for about 5 years and it just got too loud and annoying and my girlfriend kept complaining about it. Basically I needed a quiet solution and I have always been a fan of Logitech products so I started looking around and went to various stores to demo keyboards and the G Pro just worked, sounded and felt fabulous. If you need the num-pad also this isn't the keyboard for you but the software with the keyboard is very user friendly and you can even go online and find user generated profiles for different color schemes. The RGB doesn't bleed out the bottom which might be a problem for some, but for me it's just enough to satisfy the gamer inside me while keeping in mind my girlfriend and family members around me with the silence.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Was skeptical

    Posted
    Mike777
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    Coming from using a filco keyboard with MX blues for years that finally died on me, i was worried using a Logitech or Corsair etc. I first went with a Corsair k70 v2 with MX blues and the stabilizer's where terrible I returned that board for this. Coming into a unfamiliar switch made me worry but Romeo g is made by Logitech and omoron. Omoron is switch used in almost any gaming mouse. Well it's only been a few days and this board is a tank I love the simple lighting that does not spill out on the board the switches could be more tactile but it does have a very light tactile feel which is more like a light MX brown. Over all this board is a beast only wish they used a double shot pbt cap cause finger oils show easily and the sides of the board are gloss instead of matte but it's all good, give it a try you could always return it. I'll probably buy another higher end MX board later but this is definitely nice. By the way the software is really easy to use.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Very eh...

    Posted
    Arden
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    I love typing. I haven't had a chance to accumulate a collection of mechanical keyboards, but I've had a taste here and there. I own 2 K70s, one sporting Cherry MX Blues, the other sporting Reds, and I have an Obnis Anne Pro with Gateron Browns, so I've basically covered all the bases of common switch types. Some people may love the Romer-G switches on the G Pro, but I do not. I love typing, and these switches just aren't designed for being versatile. It's just for GAMING GAMING GAMING GAMING, although really, anything can game. Those tiny differences in actuation force, or distance, or input speed, don't matter unless you're a professional. Regardless, I'd say to look somewhere else for a TKL. 100$+ for this? C'mon bruv. Save up a little more and get a K70 if you really can't buy a keyboard anywhere else but Best Buy. I'm going to be trying out the Fnatic MiniStreak next. I really love Logitech and their products. I've owned 3 Logi mice, the G502, G900, and the G703. However, their keyboards aren't something I'm going to keep around my setup.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Minimal Gaming Keyboard

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    Seeweevle
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    My last keyboard was a Blackwidow, which has an extremely clicky key. Friends in my group chat would laugh at how loud my keystrokes would come through on my mic, and while I used to love having a really tactile keyboard, the newest Logitech keyboards just felt great to use, and this one is no exception. I never used my 10-key number pad on my old keyboard, and this gives me even more real estate to work with on my desk, and just makes it look more minimal. Logitech's software is some of the best on the market, and the RGB color programming can be absolutely as customized and weird as you want it to be, from a flowing rainbow across your keyboard to the Matrix-style raining of green characters, every individual key can be programmed to do something different and look a different way. A word of advice, absolutely look for displays and demos of keyboards before you buy, because different keys have different feedback and noise level.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I think this is hands down the best keyboard i've

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    YOYO

    One of the best keyboards i've ever used. I came form a full sized razer keyboard. It was loud, and amazing. At first I felt like my razer keyboard was better. I found myself fat fingering the windows buttons etc, with the razer keyboard. What I love about this keyboard is that it has a dedicated gaming button which disables any buttons on your keybaord which would tab you out, like your windows button volume buttons etc. Typing with this is like cherry mx browns it's ffffinnggg satisfying, which is the only reason why im writtting this review it's because i love how it feels to type on this keyboard, I also adore the sound the keyboard makes when you are typing on it it'ds amazing. another plus is it's size it's small which makes it perfect for gaming since it creates a lot more space for your mouse while flicking shots etc. perfect for small desk and even big desk., the rgb dont leak light which is also amazing. and the leds are poggers af. i would highly recommend and would definitely buy again.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Solves a problem, I think

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    Susu
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    Draggy fingers and flimsy keys do not make a happy union. A "J" shows up in a lot of my words and I spend way too much time editing. I've been looking for a gaming keyboard for my MAC (that was not too big and not too heavy) because the keys resemble an old-time typewriter. No luck for a long time, but this one seems to work. An initial snag was solved when I couldn't find a command key, something I use all the time. An initial inquiry resulted in misinformation (said there was no such key on this board), but as a former reporter, I am used to researching some more. A more informed person at Best Buy said the Windows-symbol key just to the left of the alt key actually acts as a command key. I can't imagine why, but I don't argue with success. The board is a bit pricey and not wireless, but I plan to keep it for my long writing projects.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great compact keyboard

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    wakkawakka1995
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    I needed a small keyboard because of limited desk space and this keyboard fits that limited space perfectly. Not having a number keypad is a great way to save space (I rarely used the keypad on my old keyboard). Being able to customize the keys' lights individually through the Logitech support app is another big bonus. There are so many different colors and effects to choose from and there has to be something for everyone considering the vast amount of light combinations available. **** I would recommend this keyboard to anyone who doesn't use a number keypad often and wants a more compact keyboard. (Minus 1 star for the price-tag. It seems a little expensive paying over 100 for a keyboard when there are plenty of other gaming keyboards out there for $50 or less.)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great mechanical keyboard, love the clicks!

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    whatyouwere
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    Let’s be honest, the RGB is just there to show off. When I got this, I actually enjoyed the back-lit nature of the kys because I like to play at night and my last keyboard had no backlight, so this was a welcome feature! It needs a separate piece of software installed on your computer for full functionality, but other than that it’s a great little keyboard. No number pad, which can be a con depending on what you use your keyboard for. I have a small desk, so the extra space I save is actually nice. The keys are pretty large and have a nice feel to them. They can be quite loud if you’re not used to a mechanical keyboard, so keep that in mind if you’re trying to play at night and not wake anyone up!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Keyboard!

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    RadiantDawn
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    I bought this keyboard as a replacement for my Corsair K70 with Cherry MX Red switches. I was looking for a good TKL keyboard and found this in a lot of the searching. The Romer-G key switches were a big concern for me because I wasn't sure how they would feel and sound. After using this keyboard for about 2 months I am definitely in love with the typing feel and use for gaming. The keyboard looks great and the software to customize the colors and lighting effects is good, no complaints there. The only possible complaint is that the keyboard is pretty expensive, but I feel that the price is definitely worth what you are getting with a solid, sturdy RGB TKL keyboard with mechanical switches.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    One of the best keyboards EVER

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    shanxplays
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    I have had experience with a lot of mechanical keyboards and I must say that the Romer-G switches took me by surprise. I wanted to write this off as just another gimmicky switch but it replaced a cherry mx brown keyboard for me. It takes a little getting used to but the speed you can attain while typing is on another level. I really like the evenly backlit keys with zero bleed - looks very professional and clean. The ten key-less design made more room for mouse movement ( <800dpi user here) and I was super happy! Would stock up another couple of these just in case Logitech decides to stop making them in the near future.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Really good on sale

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    Jtbarkley94
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    So I got this keyboard quite a bit ago. It’s not bad, and it’s my first mechanical so everything about it feels great. I kinda wish there were macro keys. I also wish the gaming software didn’t toss the function keys for macros as some games use them. There are some weird lighting issues with the LED’s. Mine is only on the down arrow key, but people have reported other issues similar to mine. So there’s some quality control issues. Other than that, if you’re looking for a solid keyboard, with cable that’s nearly impossible to break, or jam in backwards, then I suggest getting this keyboard. Compact enough to fit on my desk, and leaves more room for the mouse.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    good backlit mechanical keyboard

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    pedro
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    I have owned several mechanical gaming keyboards. Often, there is something subtle wrong with the implementation. Sometimes the mechanical keys are too loud, annoying to the users as well as anyone else in the house. Sometimes the back lighting is implemented in such a way that most of the light goes around the keys and not through them, actually making the keys more difficult to read in low light. This Logitech G Pro keyboard is just right. Good backlighting, good key action and not too loud. I also like the ten key-less design which lets me position the mouse closer to the keyboard.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Use to use Razer... Should have used Logitech

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    Justin
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    I have had a few Razer Blackwidow TE with all their different switches. None of them can compete with the Logitech Pro! Razer Synapse finally pushed me over the edge. The Logitech Pro was the only other TKL I could find that also had the removable USB cable which is great for LAN parties. The Logitech Pro is in a whole another league compared to Razer. Better switches, smaller, sleeker design, WAY better software, and more customizable. Highly recommend Logitech over any Razer trash.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard for small spaces

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    mjposner
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    I recently acquired a beautiful wood desk with a keyboard tray. While the tray is wide enough for a full sized keyboard, if you go that route your mouse will have to sit on top of the desk instead of to the side of the keyboard. Since I do not need the number keys, I decided to try the G Pro. It fit with enough room to run my mouse to the right. Typing is a breeze with a good solid feel, solid clicks and great feedback. Software lets you change colors (default is the colorwave, I switched to solid red). Only drawback is the volume keys. My full size keyboard had a single roller switchg, this requires and fn-key press

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TKL

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    LKte
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    A great mechanical keyboard, although with some reservations. The customizable RGB paired with Logitech's software (available on both Windows and Mac) is a huge plus. The Romer-Gs has a high actuation point and doesn't feel/sound as 'clacky' as the Cherry MX Browns. It does feel more mushy than Cherry switches but I thought they have a pretty good feel once I got used to it. However, because it uses Romer-Gs, the keycaps aren't replaceable. The board overall feels pretty sturdy and heavy, and looks simple and sleek. I'm using it with a mac, and I do wish I could change the modifiers placements, but it doesn't look possible to reassign the keys in the Logitech software.

    I would recommend this to a friend