The G Pro 2.0 switches upgraded their mold from the original G Pro Series and offer an RGB SMD condenser, which is renowned for its dynamic lighting effect and tactile typing experience. The 3-Pin switches are compatible with any 3-Pin/5-Pin MX mechanical keyboard with underflow SMD-LED light, or RGB-SMD lights, which allows you to pick from a wide variety of available keyboards.
Reduced Spring Noises
This self-lubricating mechanical switch with a 3-Pin mount not only has a reduced spring noise and less stem wobbliness but also its anti-oxidation alloy contacts ensure a longer switch lifespan.
Better Backlight Transmission
The light opening on the upper housing has a light-concentrating spot and light-guiding column to make the whole switch look crystal clear and provides better light performance to the typist and gamer.
Pre-lubed And Smooth
The switch is lubed before leaving the factory to increase the smoothness of the switch. If you want to try out the linear, tactile and clicky typing feel, then the Gateron G Switch is a must-have.
Note: G Pro 2.0 Blue Switch is unlubed.
Pre-lubed And Smooth
The switch is self-lubricated before leaving the factory to increase the smoothness of the switch. If you want to try out the linear, tactile and clicky typing feel, then the Gateron G Switch is a must-have.
Note: G Blue Pro Switch and G Green Pro Switch are unlubed.
|Gateron G Pro 2.0 Switch
|POM, MX stem
|PC, transparent housing
|Nylon PA66, white base
|SMD LED Support
PS: SMD is an acronym for Surface Mounted Device. Their LEDs are attached to a rectangular printed circuit board (PCB). These LED chips can come in a variety of shapes and sizes that can produce different light intensities and colors.
Compatible with any 3-Pin/5-Pin MX mechanical keyboard with SMD-LED light or RGB-SMD light.
Being pre-lubed is such a game changer. They are SO smooth and I love the heavier feeling. They make lovely deep, quiet "thock" sounds, especially when paired with the right keycap.
Some of the pins came bent, but they were very easy to gently straighten out with a pair of tweezers.
Just a little more force to actuate. Lovely and smooth and very quiet in my Feker Alice 80.
Upgraded a kinda crap keyboard into a much better keyboard.