Logitech G Announces The Tournament-Proven PRO X Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Logitech G Announces The Tournament-Proven PRO X Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
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Recently, Logitech G has been on the news headlines. From the September announcement of the Logitech G604 LightSpeed to the marking of their partner’s Team SoloMid (TSM)‘s 10th anniversary.

Today, being a new month, the subsidiary of Logitech also announced a new product – the all-new Logitech G PRO X Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. The new keyboard has been designed with eSports gaming in mind and features a “tournament-proven PRO X design.”

While it is based on the award-winning Logitech G PRO Gaming Keyboard design, the new PRO X features swappable pro-grade GX switches in a Tenkeyless compact design.

“I loved the original PRO keyboard, but really wanted a version with clicky switches,” said Broken Blade, the TSM League of Legends pro player. “Now that I have a PRO keyboard with blue switches, I can’t wait to use this in our next tournament.”

eSports players have different tastes when it comes to keyboard switches. That’s why Logitech G focused on creating a mechanical keyboard with keys that can be swapped with ease.

Choose between the three types of swappable switches; GX Blue, Clicky GX Red, or Linear GX Brown Tactile. These switches are engineered and 100% tested for superior performance, blistering responsiveness, and most importantly, durability.

The keyboard has 12 programmable F-keys, 1 ms report rate, and a USB cable port with a detachable Micro-USB connector.

One of the outstanding features of the new Logitech G Pro X gaming keyboard is the compact pro-inspired Tenkeyless design. It saves up quite some ample space to allow for a smooth mouse movement. Also, you can effortlessly carry it around and be game-ready anytime.

This keyboard also features LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting so you can highlight the critical keys depending on the game you are playing. On the Logitech G HUB software, set your static lighting design to match your team’s traditional colors for solidarity or just light up the gaming station.

The new Logitech G PRO X will be available in two variants,
The first is Logitech G PRO X which comes with user-swappable Linear, GX Clicky, or Tactile switches, and will be available this October from $150. It will also tag along with 92 replacement Linear, GX Clicky, or Tactile switches going for just $50.

The other variant is the Logitech PRO, which comes with non-swappable clicky switches, which will go for $130 once it arrives this October also.

A generous 2-year LogitechG warranty covers all the two models.