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post #101 of 110
it sounded like a complaint for how the sides feel, which would be silly

anyway, that's probably a dice-roll, whether or not the sides look proper. but i agree that with a price like that it's fair to expect it to look good
post #102 of 110
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Originally Posted by messer19 View Post

After spending few days with K65 MX Speed I decided to keep Logitech Pro. Eventhough the K65 looks and feels more premium and has extra functions (dedicated volume keys, USB passthrough) I really disliked the MX Speed switches which are too loud for me as I'm bashing the keys quite fairly. Romer-G switch feels a bit better, consistent and silent. If ever K65 will get mx brown switches it will be instabuy from me.

I'm keeping the Logitech G Pro as well and returned the K65. Felt easier and more consistent to type on the G Pro like you said.

However I also have my eye on this: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/cooler-master-masterkeys-s-mechanical-keyboard
post #103 of 110
Is the FN key movable via dip switches or something?
post #104 of 110
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Originally Posted by Zelo View Post

Anyone else's G Pro ROMER-G spacebar and shift make a 'loose' key type sound when pressed at certain points? I think it's because there's a metal piece under the switch to keep the spacebar and shift keys level when pressed. A small quirk but an annoying one.

Hey Zelo are you still experiencing this issue? My Logitech G Pro just came in the mail today and right away I noticed the spacebar being extremely lose on the left side but not the right. The shift key also has some issues but it's not nearly as bad. I've been thinking about taking the spacebar off to see if I can fix it or maybe I should just send it back for a new one.
post #105 of 110
Will this keyboard be available in nordic layout anytime soon?
post #106 of 110
Why is this stupid keyboard never released with nordic layout? Or anything except US.

Every other single Logitech keyboard is released with nordic etc at the same time, except this.

Logitech refuses to answer as well.

Guess I will just buy a Corsair K65 Lux RGB TKL frown.gif Been waiting for 3 months now for G pro TKL.
K65 is -35$ this weekend so guess I will have to pull the trigger on it ;/
post #107 of 110
ye, it's sad - perfect keyboard for me at last, and then only with US-layout, while every other logitech keyboard is available in countless layouts...
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post #108 of 110
Is there any chance they will add the nordic layout? Or did Logitech never add any other layouts in the past?

Otherwise it's the perfect keyboard for me: tenkeyless, tactile bump and not as high-pitched as mx browns, really like the feel and the relatively quiet sound of the romer-g.

(Not saying mx browns are bad by any means, just my personal preference. Open for any suggestions meeting the criteria!)
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post #109 of 110
I'm also waiting for the Nordic layout. It's an odd decision from Logitech, but hopefully they'll release it eventually.
    
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post #110 of 110
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I'm also waiting for the Nordic layout. It's an odd decision from Logitech, but hopefully they'll release it eventually.

Well, I got a reply from logitech.
"The G pro keyboard was made specifically for the US pro player market, it will not be released with any other layout"

So I guess f logitech and time to look elsewhere for a tkl biggrin.gif
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