Logitech G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with low profile GL-Tactile switches, 5 programmable G-keys, USB Passthrough, Dedicated media controls, QWERTY UK Layout - Black
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The compact size of the Logitech G815 is partly owed to its low-profile keys. Some ardent gamers may not be a fan of this approach, preferring the chunky keys of your typical mechanical keyboard, but the results don’t feel too different from the norm. G Hub offers a wide range of options when it comes to lighting. If you’re a fan of extravagantly flashy lights and a full spectrum of colours then you’re covered, but if you’d prefer something a bit more understated and stylish, G Hub’s got you too.
The rubber profile & media keys, as well as the audio wheel, feel cheaper than the rest of the keyboardThe Logitech G815 Lightsync RGB is one of the best-looking gaming keyboards currently available, evoking similar vibes of pro gaming gear like the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller. The G815 doesn’t look to stand out via attention-grabbing design and sharp edges – instead, Logitech has opted for the sleek and minimalist look, and it’s worked wonders. The switches act and react in line with the GL Linear’s target audience of MMO and action game fans, offering 2.7mm of total travel and requiring an average force of 50gf. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the RGB, powered by Logitech's Lightsync technology and the earlier mentioned G-Hub software. The software gives you a lot of options to choose from when personalising your keyboard. You can set the lighting per-key, set up a variety of animations or select from several preset options. Either way, with the options available and the ability to change the intensity of the lighting, you're going to have a lot to choose from.
The Logitech G815 Lightsync RGB wired mechanical keyboard is a feat of gaming peripheral engineering, bringing flagship keyboard features down to much more manageable size. And thanks to an aluminium-magnesium build, the thin body feels remarkably premium too.Logitech G Hub falls a bit short of rivals like Razer Synapse when it comes to support with exterior peripherals and nitty gritty customisation. While G Hub is pleasant to use, Synapse feels like software made for professional gamers with the visuals to match.