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Logitech Unveils PRO X Modular Gaming Keyboard

Logitech G has unveiled its modular PRO X Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, which features multiple switch types (including Clicky, Linear and Tactile) in a tenkeyless design aimed at giving gamers the exact experience they seek.

The Logitech G PRO X will be available in October 2019 and will set interested gamers back $249.95, with packs of 92 replacements GX switches going for $89.95.

Designed to the standards of the world’s top e-sports professionals, the PRO X is built to provide gamers with competition-grade reliability and features designed to enhance the overall gaming experience.

“Gamers, especially pros, have different preferences when it comes to keyboard switches, which is why we wanted to design and build a new pro keyboard that featured swappable switches,” said Ujesh Desai, vice-president and general manager, Logitech gaming.

“By giving gamers the ability to choose the right switch to match their style of play, we’ve delivered a new level of performance that is optimised for each individual’s unique needs.”

The new keyboard builds upon the pro-approved Logitech G PRO Gaming Keyboard’s space-saving tenkeyless design, making it easy to pack for tournament travel and freeing up table space for low-sensitivity mouse movement.

In addition, a detachable Micro-USB connector ensures that the cable won’t break at the connection point when bouncing around in a bag and transported between events.

The three-pronged design features support arms for an easy, reliable connection and the keyboard features customisable RGB lighting, which can be stored to an onboard memory profile.

For more details on the PRO X, or any other Logitech products, visit the website here.

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