The wireless keyboard to play tirelessly
A wireless keyboard in full 2019 does not surprise anyone, but there are some reasons why there are not many to play: l latency, interference and signal loss. These three problems have been a constant concern for those players more competitive when it comes to taking any wireless device, as well as a goal that many companies have yet to offer a different product to the gaming market.
Of all these companies, Logitech is one of the most prolific and is undoubtedly one of the great titans competing to dominate our desks. To achieve this goal, everyone seeks to differentiate themselves from the competition, and the Swiss company has worked in recent years to differentiate itself through self-sufficiency, the development not only of its own technologies but also of its parts.
The Logitech G613 is the result of this work. Complete, lightweight, without lighting and wireless, equips Romer-G co-developed mechanisms with Omrom.
The keyboard has a smooth touch when writing and the proprietary sensor and receiver combination of the company is only surpassed in speed by the Corsair K63. Even so, it offers a speed similar to any conventional cable keyboard, a complete layout and a battery of more than a year and a half of use with only two AA batteries, a proposal that in the wireless field (for players) seems unbeatable.
A keyboard with competition DNA
The second appearance of Logitech in this list is the Logitech G-Pro, a TKL keyboard (without numeric pad), which also makes use of the Romer-G switches of the Swiss company, and which shares design with the G810 that has been for several years the highest-end device of the company, although it no longer retains that position.
What makes the G-Pro special to other keyboards in Logitech's wide range is its purpose: the G-Pro is designed to compete. The company had the help of several professional players from different esports whom they consulted directly and collected their impressions of use directly. Once this process was finished, the result was a compact and light keyboard, without multimedia or additional controls and that does not need extra installations once connected to the PC to operate.
It is far from being a perfect product, its lack of options and not offering a Spanish disposition have not popularized it in our country, and many complete keyboards or similar purposes have more features; but the G-Pro was designed to be an excellent competition keyboard and for how it fulfills that purpose and the process that the company followed to develop it deserves a mention in this list in front of other similar keyboards.