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There are a lot of cheaper keyboards out there, and I've used a lot of them. I'm so glad that I spent a few extra dollars to get this wireless mechanical from Logitech. The feel is reminiscent of the "old school" keyboards that used to come with IBM pc's, but I think this one feels and types even better. Very solid construction, and the key movement is very satisfying.
It also comes with a little desk holder for your phone, which some people have questioned, but I think is just great. With a push of a button, you can switch between computer and phone (Bluetooth), and hammer out text on your phone just as easily as on your computer.
I would recommend this keyboard to anyone who has some serious typing to do. Coders, writers, you name it.
I used a 200$ Logitech G910 Orion Spark in the past as well as a few other keyboards and I find this one WAY more comfortable than all the other ones.
I wanted a wireless keyboard so that I can quickly clear space on my desk but I am really surprised by how good this keyboard is. Even if it was a wired keyboard I would still prefer this one by far over all this other ones I used.
I don't use this keyboard for gaming. Since I type a lot someone suggested that I should try a mechanical keyboard so I did and I am pleasantly surprise by the quality of this. It a little pricey but worth it.
This is my 6th or 7th mechanical keyboard. I'm not an enthusiast but I've managed to collect a few. However, since working from home during the pandemic, I've been looking for a wireless mechanical keyboard to clear off my desk and make my work/game area more clutter free. I paired this with a Logitech G305 wireless mouse and this setup is fantastic. Although this is a full size keyboard and I'm used to using TKL mechanical keyboards, I was able to adjust to the full size again pretty quickly and actually realized I missed having the numpad!
The keyboard can switch from wireless to Bluetooth. It has an easy on-off button on the right side of the keyboard and I turn it off at night to conserve battery life. Even without that, there is a battery saving mode which puts the keyboard into a sleep mode after a few minutes of inactivity. There's no flashy RGB which is my preference and it has a nice sleek look. (Logitech does offer a wireless mechanical keyboard with RGB but it's $200+).
In my opinion, the only downside to this keyboard (and it will probably only bother hardcore enthusiasts) is that the keycaps (most likely cheap ABS) are not easily swappable because of Logitech's proprietary Romer G switch which does not use Cherry switch architecture. This will probably not bother 95% of people and, although it bothered me a bit at first, I was able to adjust from PBT keycaps to these ABS keycaps again over time.
TL:DR - If you want a no-frills, no RGB, workhorse wireless mechanical keyboard and you don't care about PBT keycaps, buy this.
I went with this board for my couch gaming setup and I'm very happy. It was priced at around $75 USD, which was a steal, in my opinion.
I wanted something which took batteries since I have Panasonic's fantastic rechargeable batteries with all of my gaming devices (controllers, mice, etc). I didn't want to buy a very expensive board only to have to charge its battery every other day, and have the battery slowly grow more and more short as it was used and reused.
Logitech's wireless peripherals are untouched by anything else currently on the market. My only real worry was that the switches wouldn't be up to par, but suffice it to say they are quite good. Nothing near my main Topre typing board, of course, but they get the job done and are even quite impressive considering the price.
If you're looking for a good couch gaming board you could do far worse than this one. I recommend it.
This keyboard is great! I haven’t owned it for long, but so far so good. The Romer-G switches feel awesome to type on and I’m able to type very quickly. The keyboard hub downloaded from the Logitech website allows complete customization of the G Keys. The keyboard itself is really solid and heavy. Also, the packaging comes with a separate cell phone or tablet stand. Lastly, if you are using a wireless network adapter, make sure you use the USB accessory that comes with the keyboard to plug in the USB receiver. Otherwise, the signal can interfere with your WiFi signal and not allow connection to WiFi. It probably interferes with other signals as well, so use the USB extension and place it away from other signals to ensure no interference.
- 18 month battery life on a single pair of AA batteries. No charging on a cable every 3 days. - Great key feel. - Sleek, ergonomic design. I got used to the permanent wrist rest real fast. - 0 issues with connectivity. - G key customization for those small macro tasks like filling a charcoal kiln in Valheim without destroying your E key.
It solved every issue I had with the new fancy, dancy Corsair K57 keyboard I had to retire after two months of use. Honestly the only reason I could see you not wanting to buy this for is if you're going to be heartbroken that this has no backlighting or 37 different Shrine Circus light show patterns.