Improve your gameplay experience with this Logitech mechanical gaming board. The Romer-G mechanical switch is built for exceptional performance, durability and responsiveness, and the short-throw actuation of 1.5mm is 25 percent faster than the competition. Precise red key light and backlighting on this Logitech mechanical gaming board keep keys visible and distraction-free.
Romer-G™ mechanical switches
Purpose-built for professional performance, responsiveness and durability. A perfect blend of speed, precision and quiet performance, Romer-G is the stealth assassin of mechanical gaming keyboard switches.
Precision key lighting
Romer-G™ is purpose-designed for precise and clean lighting through the keycap. So, keys are always visible and never distracting, especially during late night gaming sessions.
Full function keys
Function (FN) keys let you control volume, play and pause, skip track, mute, toggle lighting, enter game mode, etc*. Even with the clean and simple design, this keyboard is packed with the features gamers need.
Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy
The brushed aluminum-magnesium alloy top case serves as the keyboard's backbone. The result is a minimal design balanced with a full set of features.
Convenience and speed are directly within reach. The additional dedicated USB cable connects the USB passthrough port to its own input for 100-percent power throughput and data speed.
Integrated numeric keypad
Provides simple data entry for multifunction use.
Allows you to type at a comfortable distance.
Enables a simple wired connection to your computer.
Clean looking, smooth feeling, super satisfying-to-press mechanical keyboard, my
younger brother recommended I buy this and I have no regrets. Wound up matching my mouse and headset with other Logitech product because of the quality feel of this keyboard. I’m a first time PC gamer but wanted a “cafe look” to my setup. Would heavily recommend, especially for the price.
It really is a great keyboard, I don't play anything that can use macros so the lack of macro buttons isn't a negative to me, not being able to change the color of the key back light could also be considered a negative but if you feel the need for that then there are plenty of more expensive boards that you can get that with.
I chose this because of price > mechanical keys > and a combination of manufactures rep and the beauty in simplicity this board has, it's not some large gaudy gaming board. It also matches my mouse lol
I mainly play Rainbow Six Siege. The buttons feel responsive and feel little to no lag. The keyboard feels heavy and doesn’t easily move on my desk. Though if your a low profile keyboard player you won’t like this. The only suggestion I would recommend is buying a keyboard wrist pad as the keys see very high.
Its just a little expensive, but in relative terms, its actually priced just about right. The keystrokes have a quiet press, and are perfectly responsive. Its a nice design, but i can imagine it needing to be cleaned now and then to keep up its shine, and to empty it of anything that falls in the spaces between keys. I dont think that this would be a good starter keyboard for a setup, but would be a nice upgrade/replacement in an older setup
The single USB port is great for using a wireless mouse or headphone connector. The linear feel of the keystroke is great and it's just noisy enough to annoy my coworkers when I'm typing quickly, but quiet enough to be stealthy when you are typing as a slower pace. The styling is also great for office use.
This keyboard is a great consideration if you're looking into a buying a keyboard for gaming or if you are just looking for a mechanical keyboard. If you aren't sure which switches you like, Logitech's Romer G Mechanical switches are a great option. Built to last up to 70 million keystrokes, as well as an aluminum body that will keep it useful for years.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about size, usability, reliability and design. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 90/100 = Excellent quality.
Tom's GuideRating, 4 out of 54.0Marshall Honorof on April 19, 2017
The G413 is very similar to what we've seen before from Logitech, but stripped down to the bare essentials. You don't get colored lighting; you don't get extra keys; you don't even get a full plastic frame. On the other hand, you might not needFull Review
PCMagRating, 4 out of 54.0Joel Santo Domingo on April 19, 2017
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A:AnswerThis keyboard can only be slathered in barbeque sauce if the following rules and regulations are met exactly as they are described:
- It must be Christmas
- It must be no earlier or later that 3:01 am
- You must be wearing a Spiderman onesie during the act
- After the act is performed you must attempt to cannonball off of your roof onto the concrete of your driveway
A:AnswerYes you can use the USB for your mouse. Be aware that there are two plugs on the end of the cable going to the computer, one for the keyboard and one for the extra USB jack on the keyboard. It will require two ports on the computer for this to work. This feature was a prime reason I chose this keyboard.