What you need to know
- Logitech announced the PRO X gaming keyboard, a mechanical keyboard with swappable switches.
- The keyboard has Lightsync RGB lighting and programmable macro keys.
- The keyboard is available for pre-order through Logitech (opens in new tab) for $150.
Logitech announced the PRO X mechanical gaming keyboard, a keyboard aimed at pro gamers and high-level esports players. It features swappable pro-grade GX switches and a tenkeyless design. The tenkeyless design allows you to use your desk for other accessories like a gaming mouse. It's available for pre-order through Logitech (opens in new tab) for $150.
One of the main highlights of the keyboard is the fact that its keys are user-swappable. Users can purchase either GX Blue Clicky, GX Red Linear, or GX Brown Tactile switches from Logitech's website (opens in new tab) and swap them out themselves.
The keyboard has a tenkeyless design, meaning that it does not have a number pad. This allows the keyboard to take up less space on a desk and to be more portable. While it does not have a number pad, it does have 12 programmable F-Key macros.
The PRO X keyboard supports Lightsync RGB lighting that can be configured using Logitech G HUB software. Users can also save static lighting designs to onboard memory.
This pro gaming keyboard has user-swappable switches, Lightsync RGB, and 12 programmable F-Key macros.
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I personally would rather have the 10 key with it, there are also many options on the market with this style that razer or even corsair sells the k68 0n Amazon for 79.99 and it comes with a 10 key. What would you want to buy a keyboard that has everything for almost half of the price or the Logitech pro x for double and missing the ten key.
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