|Item Height||1.33 inches|
|Item Width||8.5 inches|
|Wireless Type||Bluetooth, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
|Power source type||Battery|
|Hardware Platform||Laptop, Smartphone|
|OS||Mac os x, Mac os x puma, Chrome os, Windows 8, Windows 7|
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||4.9 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Packaging||Batteries packed with equipment|
|Lithium Battery Weight||0.85 Grams|
|Number Of Lithium Ion Cells||2|
|Item model number||920-008386|
|Product Dimensions||47.8 x 21.59 x 3.38 cm; 1.41 Kilograms|
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Logitech G613 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Multihost 2.4 GHz + Blutooth Connectivity - Black
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- Lightspeed: Wireless technology for super-fast 1 ms report rate
- Romer G mechanical switches deliver quiet, precise mechanical performance and 70 million click life for incredible feel and durability
- Six programmable G keys put custom macro sequences and in app commands at your fingertips. 1 Customize G key profiles individually for each app
- Bluetooth: Bluetooth enabled device with Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.12 or later, Chrome OS, or Android 3.2 or later, iOS 10 or later
- G613 delivers up to 18 months of gaming on 2 x AA batteries. System requirements: Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.10 or later, Chrome OS, Android 3.2 or later, USB port
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G613 is a next generation wireless keyboard designed for gamers who demand both the high performance capabilities of mechanical switches and the freedom of wireless gaming. G613 features LIGHTSPEED wireless technology for super fast 1 ms report rate and Bluetooth for multi-host connectivity, advanced Romer G mechanical performance, 6 programmable G keys, and amazing battery life.
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I'll start by saying that I had a couple of reasons I wanted a wireless mechanical keyboard.
1) I can't touch type on membranes anymore, my WPM literally tanks at least by 40 because I mispress. So other wireless solutions do not work for me.
2) I've wanted to see my desk with no cables for a while, and this is made possible now with the G613 and a G900 combo.
3) I use keyboard and mouse on a XIM 4 for console play and this alleviates me needing to have multiple keyboards and moving things around. I just plug the dongles into the XIM 4 and I'm done.
4) I also like to use my Steam Link and Shield in my living room. This no cable business makes that a breeze.
So by now you're probably wondering, why the 3 stars? Well the keyboard meeting criteria was a good start but it has flaws that are subjective. So I'll go into a Pros and Cons for me personally.
1) Wireless AND mechanical
2) Keycaps feel decent (Not that curved weird crap found on the G910)
3) off/on switch
4) Media keys and G keys
5) Wireless AND Bluetooth compatible (more on that later)
6) Absolutely no lag while gaming or typing.
7) Battery life is phenomenal when other manu's stated it'd be almost impossible
8) Plastic used is not very susceptible to sweat or skin oils which is a must for me
9) *Subjective* Keyboard has a nice heft to it that feels quality. It doesn't flex like a cheap keyboard and I feel comfortable moving it around.
10) Keyboard feet that flip out are sturdy and large for more support and the rubber is very grippy.
11) Battery area easily accessible and nice spot to put receiver while moving it around or packing it up.
Now for them Cons:
1) Upon coming out of standby the keyboard normally misses a key press despite how quick it is.
2) I do not like Romer G switches. I have used Cherry switches for so long that I am really accustomed to Browns. RG's feel very mushy in comparison for a typer. Almost membrane like but with more spring to the actuation.
3) The built in wrist rest whether necessary for design or not is annoying. I've never used one and it makes the keyboard unnecessarily bulky.
4) The media keys are kind of lame. They are big and easy to hit, but I'm not a huge fan of how they feel when pressing, or the feedback from them. I also personally prefer a scroll wheel for volume.
5) Although I like the keycaps better than what's on my G710+ I do not like them as much as the keycaps on my CODE.
6) Speaking of keycaps, for a $150 (at the time) keyboard you would expect to find something other than printed labels on the caps. I knew this going into my purchase from reviews, but still a bit of a let down.
7) It is not backlit at all. This is obviously for battery life, but even though I am not a fan of crazy RGB I would have preferred a subtle white glow to see in the dark while playing games with dark scenes. If I did not have LED strips for ambience I would not really be able to see the keys while gaming at night unless I turned the light on.
8) There is a caps lock light but NOT a Num lock light. Not real sure why, but I prefer to have it as I do use the numpad.
9) As I've seen mentioned in other reviews, nothing negative on the physical keyboard aspect but if I wasn't previously experienced on making macros with LGS It'd be a nightmare. There's a lot of functionality there but the execution could be better.
10) And finally a small but not really a deal breaker jab, why dark grey? I would have preferred a black keyboard.
Now if you're still reading, you the real MVP. Going back to where I mentioned Bluetooth, the fact that this also doubles as a Bluetooth keyboard blew me away. It's almost a one size fits all for my personal use. Switching between wireless and Bluetooth is a breeze and it connects immediately to the device I want to type on. Be it my iPhone, Android phone, laptop, tablet, Shield, PS4 Pro, whatever. Just hit the Bluetooth button and start typing. Because of this, because of the Pros, and despite the cons I use this keyboard everyday for almost everything. I almost want a second one for work so I don't need to try and squeeze this thing in my backpack.
3 stars and a slew of cons but don't take me the wrong way. For a "first iteration" from Logitech it's a really really solid keyboard. If they actually do wind up addressing some of my subjective views I would definitely be purchasing a G613+ or whatever it might be. I would have one at work, at home, and a 10 keyless one for my stream PC would be awesome too.
Initially, I thought the Bluetooth connection was absolutely garbage. I only tried connecting to my Asus X99 deluxe motherboard's built-in Bluetooth, which utterly failed. Pairing was always a struggle, and once it was, it never stayed connected (despite the firmware update that specifically said it addressed that issue). Best case I'd spam a key, and several seconds would pass before it would register. If I was real lucky I'd get about 20 seconds of ok typing before it decided to go back to saying 'paired' instead of 'connected'. But it seems that this is only an issue for my MOBO's built-in Bluetooth (so far).
I tried connecting it with my Sony x900e 4k TV, and it actually works really well. Navigation through any of the TV menus works fine, as well as entering or exiting any apps. Typing in any text box works well too, no laggy input or intermittent connection issues. Even the media controls work well; tested in Netflix app and all function as expected, (stop acting as back / exit).
I also tried the Bluetooth with my HP laptop, and the keyboard both paired and functioned perfectly well. Programmed all day via Bluetooth to my laptop, and could seamlessly switch to my desktop Pc via the wireless dongle just by pressing those 2 buttons on the board. This was one of the main reasons I got this board; the ability to have 1 keyboard for 2 separate devices being utilized at the same time. The only downside I found while finally using Bluetooth typing on a computer, was that the G macro keys are not available over Bluetooth, which is an expected sacrifice for not using the wireless dongle that pairs with the gaming software.
The wireless dongle delivers adequate performance, but I've already noticed some annoying things about it. Gaming seems solid, except one time a key got randomly re-mapped (ESC acted like it was my emote button in Overwatch...while I was in the menu during a game, eventually worked itself out but you can imagine how triggering that can be...). So far it has only happened once, will edit this post if I ever see other strange things occur.
Otherwise the wireless connection seems fine; didn't notice any input lag moving around in Overwatch, and feels way faster compared to my very old G15 wired keyboard. Granted, I'm definitely biased about the speed of the physical key actuation / point of virtual registration since I'm coming from a membrane type board, but still probably says something about the speed of the wireless connection itself.
One other random thing I noticed was when the auto-sleep mode goes on, it takes a sec to wake back up and sometimes actually writes nonsense characters at my cursor (e.g. instead of a line being copied via ctrl-c, some random 'c-10' text or something was written over my line). I guess minor issue that ends up saving you battery power, but when you're programming that can be extremely annoying especially if you don't realize it happened. Not too convenient to have to hit a 'safe key' first to make sure its actually on...would be nice to be able to control the 'sleep mode' timer of the keyboard with the Logitech gaming software....new firmware upgrade please and thank you Logitech...I know how to turn things off when I'm done using them :)
On a side note, a bonus cell phone stand comes with this board, and it's actually pretty nice; low profile and stable (have to put phone on it sideways when charging since most ports on at the bottom these days...but still pretty nice for a freebie extra that I actually prefer over another cheap one I bought).
Final thought, wish the wrist rest was removable. I already have a nice cushioned wrist rest, and having to place it ontop of the fixed hard plastic wrist rest completely changes the feel of using the keyboard. Even though my wrists are probably positioned higher and therefore ergonomically healthier, could do without having to stack wrist rests.