Based on the smaller form factor that a tenkeyless design offers, we're starting to come around to the idea that the keyboard as know is worth a redesign - especially when it comes to gaming. Logitech's new G Pro mechanical keyboard features a tenkeyless design, but also several other features aimed at the professional market.
Right, so the Tenkeyless approach of the Logitech G Pro means a remarkably small form factor, which alongside the detachable USB cable means that it’s perfect for taking on the go or even pairing with a decent gaming laptop. Instead of the floating key design we’ve seen across a range of other mechanical keyboards recently, the Logitech G Pro opts for a sunken design – which plays into its implementation of Romer-G mechanical switches and the short actuation distance (being 1.5 mm) and total travel distance of 3.2 mm. Two measurements of the keyboard that essentially means that it doesn’t take much movement to register a key-press. Pressure is still required of course, but the result is a smooth key-press that eschews the traditional clicky feel of Cherry MX switches.
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