Logitech G915 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Black/White - $284 + Shipping @ Mighty Ape

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Black GL Clicky

White GL Tactile

Description

A breakthrough in design and engineering, the G915 TKL features LIGHTSPEED pro-grade wireless, advanced LIGHTSYNC RGB, and high-performance low-profile mechanical switches. Meticulously crafted from premium materials, the G915 TKL is a sophisticated design of unparalleled beauty, strength, and performance, now in an even more compact form factor. G915 TKL. Play the next dimension.

G915 TKL features the same advanced technologies as the G915—but in a more compact design, providing more room for mouse movement. The USB receiver can be stored in the back of the keyboard for additional portability.

Features:

Tenkeyless compact design
LIGHTSPEED wireless- pro-grade wireless performance
Dual connect with LIGHTSPEED and Bluetooth
Low profile mechanical switches available in GL Tactile, Linear, and Clicky
LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting per key backlighting
40 hours of non-stop use with full RGB on LIGHTSPEED
Only 3 hours charge for full charge
Aluminum top case in sleek and ultra-thin design
Dedicated media keys and edgeless volume roller

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Comments

  • I reckon PB has done this price before

    • yeah 20% off promos are pretty common. still, thanks!

  • +1

    I got this on a deal at Noel Leeming earlier this year where they were giving away a Logitech mouse as well for $398
    Sold the mouse for $200

    https://www.cheapies.nz/node/27396

    Keyboards good lasts about a week with brightness @25% ish
    Keys are thin so if you have wild kids or a temper-tantrum when you lose, don't recommend it as you'll have broken keys fast

  • -1

    You couldn't pay me to buy another Logitech product after the g615 was the straw that broke this camels back. Dirt cheap quality with expensive design and marketing

    • That's an opinion for sure ;) I've had a G710 and a G502 for years and they're the best products I've ever used for their roles.
      To agree somewhat though I do find this lightspeed stuff is crazy over priced.

  • if you are on shoe string budget, look up in AliExpress for Redragon Keyboards. They are pretty good quality and at a fraction of the cost of these.

    • Do you recommend any with dedicated buttons to switch from 2.4g dongle and bluetooth devices? I like the TKL versions for the space saving but looks like only logitech has the models where it is TKL but still manage to organise dedicated keys to switch between devices. Royal Kludge and some other cheap one that I looked at didn't have this. I had to "Fn" some button to switch.
      Already got my 2nd G613. First one was absolute shocker, it had the doublel key press issue so gave it back and the 2nd one has been working flawlessly and love it. Was looking at downsizing just for the sake of it!

      • I have only used the full sized ones. I am not sure if there is a model from Redragon that does what you looking for. Sorry.

      • I recently bought MX Keys, which does that with upto 3 devices. Not that cheap though. But I found a cheaper logitech keyboard having same feature, can't recall the model currently. Sorry none of them are for gaming.

        Edit: Loving my MX keyboard/mouse though.

        • But that isn't mechanical though? I have Logitech m720 and k850 combo and great stuff but just watned something nicer than regular keyboards.. Currently using g613 which also has the multi device capability but only 2 (1 x 2.4ghz dongle and 1 x bluetooth)