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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Simply put, an EXCELLENT wireless keyboard

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    Design, Keys, Type
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    Price

    Recently, I reviewed the new Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED mouse. Now, Logitech is releasing their latest keyboards…the G815 (wired) & G915 (wireless)…which pair up quite nicely with Logitech’s G903 & G502 LIGHTSPEED mice. Both keyboards are available with your choice of three different mechanical switches – Romer-G Tactile, Romer-G Linear, & Romer-GL Clicky. I’m quite certain that, for the greatest part, almost everything that applies to the GL Clicky version applies to the other two, with the ONLY differences being how the keys feel, and sound. While I have continuously used Logitech mice for a great many years, I switched to Corsair keyboards a few years ago…and, as such, there will be several comparisons between the new G915, and the Corsair K95 RGB I’ve been using. Will the Logitech G915 be “good enough” to replace my current favorite? We shall see. UNBOXING AND INITIAL IMPRESSIONS: Logitech is getting extremely good at designing “quality” packaging for their high-end products. Other than size, there is very little difference between the G903’s packaging, and the packaging of the new G915 keyboard…and, honestly, this isn’t just a “good” thing, but a “great” thing. The box is made of thick, sturdy cardboard, the internal packaging is very environmentally-friendly, and there is a very pleasing minimalistic-tech appearance to everything. As for the keyboard, itself, to be completely honest, just by looking, while the bottom & sides of the keyboard are (obviously) plastic, I am unable to tell if the top if brushed aluminum, or plastic made to look like brushed aluminum…and, quite honestly, I don’t care – it looks absolutely fantastic, and is the exact opposite of a “fingerprint magnet”. The keyboard is both light, and heavy, at the same time. Compared to the Corsair K95 RGB I’ve been using, it feels slightly heavier. My only ‘complaint’ (albeit, a minor one, at least for now…although it’s possible that could change) is that, just by looking at the keyboard, I can tell that only the primary keyboard characters are backlit by RGB LEDs…the secondary characters are merely printed on the4 keys, and will eventually wear off. Before setting up the keyboard, with my computer shut down, I “played around” withy the keys of both keyboards, and, I have to admit, I was already beginning to like the feel of the G915’s keys over those of the K95. While they don’t press as deep, they do feel more “natural”. I really do like the K95, but one “complaint” I’ve always had is how the key movement resembles the old IBM Selectric keyboards. Yes, some people do prefer that type of key movement. I remember typing on an IBM Selectric back when I was in junior high, and high school, and, compared to the computer keyboards I started typing on around the same time, I never got the “feel” for those typewriter keyboards…I always preferred the shorter movement of computer keyboards. However, I did miss the sound & “clicky-ness” of those Selectric keyboards. Once mechanical keyboards started showing up, I finally got to enjoy that feeling again…except that, in addition to the feeling, the higher actuation also returned, which I didn’t care for. Move forward many years, and Logitech finally started releasing mechanical keyboards using these wonderful “short-throw” (ie. lower actuation) switches in keyboards, and we now have the “best of both worlds”. SETUP: Remember when you had to charge the wireless mouse, then plug in the ‘dongle’, then put the mouse in “search mode”, then the computer detected the mouse, and finally you had to sync the mouse & dongle together? Well, that way of connecting is gone. With Logitech’s LIGHTSPEED technology, it is better, easier, faster, less complicated…and worse. Yes, I said “worse”…but, allow me to explain. When Logitech first started making wireless keyboards, they used dongles that utilized Bluetooth, which could connect up to six devices to the computer. In addition to Logitech device4s, these dongles could connect any Bluetooth device. Moving forward, Logitech came up with the “Unifying’ dongle. While still (technically) Bluetooth, it utilized a proprietary signal/coding, which eliminated the possibility of connecting non-Logitech devices, but also made the Logitech device signals stronger. LIGHTSPEED is another advance in this (although I am uncertain whether it’s still a derivative of Bluetooth, or whether this is truly a proprietary Logitech technology. On the ’plus’ side, the technology provides a much stronger, as well as incredibly fast, dedicated connection…and, therein lies the “worse” part. As far as I am able to tell, the dongle can ONLY be used to connect the device printed on the dongle. As I mentioned, in addition to the new G915 LIGHTSPEED keyboard, I also have a G502 LIGHTSPEED mouse. As such, I have two dongles plugged into my computer…one that states “G915”, and another that states “G502”. Previously, whether using a Logitech Bluetooth or Unifying dongle, you only needed a dingle dongle for up to six different Logitech devices. Now, each device requires its own dongle, and, thus, its own USB port (whether on the computer, or via a USB hub). If I wanted to add a Logitech LIGHTSPEED wireless headset, I’d have to find another available USB port. Now, if anyone has any information on how to connect multiple LIGHTSPEED devices to a single dongle, my ears are open. Anyway, back to the4 ‘setup’ information. Setup is as simple as going to Logitech’s G-Hub software download page, downloading & installing the software, plugging the dongle in, turning the keyboard on, starting the software, and then pressing the “LIGHTSPEED” button on the keyboard…and the keyboard is connected. Once connected, you can start playing around with the LED color settings, as well as the keyboard’s other settings. COMFORT: As I mentioned, I’ve been using Corsair keyboards for the past several years…first the Strafe RGB, and, more recently, the newest K95 RGB v2. Prior to these two, I had been using Logitech membrane keyboards for more years than I can remember. Upon connecting the new G915, I instantly started liking it…and, not just “slightly more” than the Corsair K95, but considerably more. Instead of just my opinion, I decided to get my wife’s opinion…but, in a very unique way – a blind/deaf test. I blindfolded my wife, and then placed some noise-canceling headphones over her ears. This way, she wouldn’t be able to visually see what keyboard was in front of her, and she wouldn’t be able to hear any differences. What I was interested in was her opinion of the feel, and nothing else. The four keyboards I placed before her, in order, were as follows: the Dell keyboard that came with her computer, the Corsair K95, the G915, and, finally, the Logitech K800 she’s been using for the past year. the order she liked the keyboards best is as follows: G915, K95, Dell, & K800. Interesting that the keyboard she thought was the best for typing was the G915, and the keyboard she thought was the worst as the very K800 she’s been using. This, from someone who’s been typing for well over 40 years. Of course, I told her she can’t have the G915…it’s mine, mine, mine, all mine. CLOSING THOUGHTS: To be completely honest, even though I don’t care a whole lot for the actuation height of the Corsair K95, I was really hoping I’d still like it better than the G915. The truth is, the G915 is a better keyboard – I prefer the shorter actuation height, I prefer the feel, I prefer the “clicky” sound, I prefer the wider volume roller-bar, I prefer it being wireless…I could easily keep going on, but I’m guessing anyone reading this has gotten the picture. THE GOOD: • To keep my “THE GOOD” section short, I’ll just say “almost everything” THE BAD: • Price - $250 is a lot…and, I mean a LOT…to spend on a keyboard, including a mechanical keyboard THE UGLY: • The LIGHTSPEED dongle being only able to connect to a single LIGHTSPEED device. FINAL VERDICT: Starting with the LIGHTSPEED dongle, while I wasn’t expecting it to connect to as many devices as Logitech’s previous Bluetooth & Unifying dongles, they could have set things up for it to, at least, be able to connect to three devices (say, keyboard, mouse, and headset). Having to use a separate dongle for each individual LIGHTSPEED device is not only a PitA, but it also wastes USB ports, which has always been one of the benefits of using wireless devices. Then, there’s the “problem” of the outrageous price…$250 for the wireless version, and even $200 for the wired version is a LOTY of money, and an amount that few will be able, or be willing, to spend. That having been said, overall, the new Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED keyboard (and the G815 wired version) is excellent, and I would HIGHLY recommend it. Better yet, pair it with either a G903, or G502, LIGHTSPED mouse, and you’ll have a wireless gaming setup ready to conquer whatever game you’re playing. Disclaimer: This product was provided free, or at reduced cost, for the purpose of reviewing the product. Nevertheless, the above review, be it positive, negative, or anywhere in-between, is a 100% honest review, and the price paid played absolutely no part in my review.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Gaming Keyboard on the Market.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Keys, Lighting

    The Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - GL Clicky is hands down the best gaming keyboard out on the market right now. This thing is a beast in terms of quality and functionality. The top of the keyboard is made of a brushed black aircraft grade aluminum giving the G915 a sleek premium look and feel. The mechanical keys are low profile and sleek. The feel of the keys when typing is the highlight of this keyboard for me. The smooth strokes and tactile feedback (clicks) you get are very satisfying when typing or gaming. Pair the G915 with the G Hub software and this is where you take this keyboard to another level. You can control RGB lighting effects with some pretty cool effects that I haven’t seen before and even edit your own. You can save different up to 3 different game profiles and there are 5 G keys that you can program custom game macros. The G915 also provides 30 hours of battery on a 3 hour battery charge. Another highlight are the media controls, you have your rubberized media buttons below this awesome wide volume wheel that is a pleasure to use because it is so intuitive and smooth when scrolling to adjust the volume. I’ve been playing Apex, Fornite, and Overwatch for the most part testing out the G915 and it handles games like a champ. I think Logitech really out did themselves with this one and if you’re a gamer whether casual or hardcore I’d recommend this bad boy all day. From gaming to typing I just love everything about this keyboard.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fairly solid

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I’ve had this for about a month and I love it. I will say, it’s not worth the asking price but it is a good keyboard. Hardly any key wobble, and the clicking isn’t overwhelming. The backplate is aluminum but the bottom is not. It’s essentially a plastic body half wrapped in aluminum.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love this keyboard

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    This keyboard is magical! Love the low profile thickness and clicks keys. Working with this one is great because I game with it, and pick it up and take it to work! The scroll wheel is also nice and smooth. No rumbly rolling. Glad I made the purchase

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Whoa! Just, whoa!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Keys, Lighting

    Coming from a Logitech K840 (for the subdued, clean look I thought I wanted for what is primarily a home office), this keyboard is an incredible upgrade! The RGB lighting is fully programmable and subtle when you want it to be but can go full rainbow flash of RGB glory if you'd like! The G Hub software is mostly intuitive and easy to use. After you have your preferred lighting settings ready to go, you can use the three on-board memory profiles to switch on the fly between your preferred lighting method for the work that you're doing AND be able to control the bright between five different levels (0-100%) from the brightness button on the keyboard itself! I have the GL Clicky keys and they are most definitely clicky, giving you both a subtle audible "click" (compared to other mechanical keyboards, the click is loud enough for the user but quiet enough where you won't drive your office neighbor nuts) and the physical click of the switch actuating. The typing experience is excellent and a perfect mix of key height and spacing. Speaking of spacing, the low-profile and minimalist form of this keyboard make it an absolute dream on any desk! This will look at home in a professional office just as well as it will in a hardcore gaming set up. The gaming experience is incredible, the key response is lightning fast (or at "Lightspeed," if you will) and you will find yourself questioning if this is truly a wireless keyboard! I have yet to find a situation where there is any lag while using the Lightspeed USB dongle versus the wired connection. Bluetooth is a very quick and stable connection but, like most Bluetooth keyboards, if it is sitting idle for some time you may experience some lag. The speed of switching between Bluetooth and Lightspeed is fast enough where I may be getting rid of my second keyboard in favor of using just this one (my desk is set up for two workstations, usually requiring two sets of keyboard/mouse). A major feature this keyboard has that you rarely find in slim form keyboards, especially wireless slim form keyboards, is the two step riser system that allows more options for bringing the keyboard to your preferred typing angle.Exceptional build quality and incredible battery life, this keyboard will impress in use and style! I would highly recommend this for both gamers and professionals as it is one of the best looking, best performing, and most versatile keyboards around that is definitely worth the price!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best keyboard for gaming we've ever used

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    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Keys, Lighting

    Logitech is one of those brands that our family is consistently satisfied with. They just don't disappoint and that is the case with this G915 Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. This keyboard is a great compliment to our other G series Logitech products such as our G series mouse. This keyboard has a terrific design and looks that don't disappoint. The exterior is crafted from a strong and durable aluminum-magnesium alloy. Not only does this add to the eye appeal of the keyboard, but it allows for a thin, quality design. Long gone are the days of wireless peripherals being poor performers. The charge and connectivity of the G915 has been fantastic. Logitech promises up to 30 hours of gaming on one charge and features a low battery warning light when at 15%; and recharges in three hours. Connectivity has been flawless and simple with Lightspeed wireless via USB receiver or Bluetooth. High on the list of positives is the low profile design of the G915. The GL Clicky switch has a feel and sound that we really like. Also available are GL Linear and GL Tactile, but thus far favor GL Clicky. The keyboard layout features five G keys on the left that are customizable through the Logitech G Hub software. Logitech's G Hub offers lots of animations to customize the keyboard look, along with the ability to create your own. The Lightsync RGB lighting definitely adds to the visual appeal. We've also found the layout of the media keys above the number pad to be very convenient and like the design of having a wide volume dial. In summary, this is the best gaming keyboard we have ever used. If we had to think of a negative it would likely be the price, but given the investment we've made in our gaming computer and other peripherals; why skimp on the keyboard? Logitech has a winner with this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Another success story from Logitech!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Keys, Lighting, Noise

    I was always hesitant to invest in a wireless gaming keyboard, because of interference, lag time, battery life, etc. Logitech solved this in this amazing piece of artwork called the G915 Lightspeed wireless gaming keyboard. From the moment you open the box, the presentation is amazing. High end packaging, everything has its place, and is well protected from damage. Once you find the power switch on the top left edge of the keyboard and slide it on, the keyboard lightshow begins. And it is simply awesome. Bright lights but you can still see the key print. Now, I don't need to know the basic keys, but there are times when seeing a certain key is important, and quickly, and this solves that for you. The clicky keys are amazingly satisfying, but not overly annoying to those around you. You will find that the height of the keys is not overly lifted up and so the amount of time needed to press the keys is reduced, making your keystrokes more efficient. Plus, the rating for the reaction time wirelessly is only 1ms......I don't know how they did it, but during gaming I was unable to tell I was using a wireless keyboard. The keyboard is thin, but heavy. It feels like a real piece of hardware vs. some flimsy keyboard that creaks and moans as you move it around. This is heavy enough to stay put when you find the right spot for it, so it won't move around. That is very good when gaming. Or even just typing. I haven't done it yet, but you can set up each key to have its own color from the color spectrum, which is like 16 million colors or something? Once you setup the G HUB software, you can customize the lighting, and setup the G keys - I've just started playing around with this and the choices are endless. Plus, on the keyboard there are media keys, for pausing, skipping, playing, etc. without having to leave the game you are playing to make this happen. There is a volume roller, which is unique, I have not seen this before on any keyboard. If you have spent as much money as I have on a PC for gaming, it would only make sense to invest in a decent keyboard to go with it. This allows you to sit back without wires and game from your chair, bed, etc. without the wire. And your game play will not suffer from the use of this. It is rated at 30 hours of gameplay per charge, and re-charge will take 3 hours. Even if I only got a few hours out of this, it would be worth it....to get up to 30 hours is insane. And to think it only takes 3 hours to fully recharge blows my mind. This is much more than just a gaming keyboard, this is for those who understand that we interact with the keyboard constantly, gaming or not, and want the best you can get. I'm going to get another one of these for my work computer - I type out a lot of work and this keyboard just feels right! So, if you are a writer, or a gamer, or someone who uses a keyboard more than a mouse, you'll want this for sure.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Incredibly Awesome Keyboard

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    Keys, Lighting

    This keyboard is absolutely amazing. First off i want to say i don't even game but i was still interested in this keyboard for the key response, for typing emails for my business, and for my hot keys for day trading. After hooking this keyboard up with the G703 mouse i was blowin away at how good the keys feel the fast response and the lighting features. I set up the keyboard with custom colors for my hot keys for when i trade and different special effects. I went with the clicky version and like i said it is amazing. Even if you don't game but type a lot of emails or surf the web or need the designated G keys on the left of the keyboard for hot keys for day trading i definitely recommend this. Again this keyboard is second to none with all the features. Highly recommended for anyone with the budget to buy it. Pair it with a awesome G703 mouse and wireless pad like i did and your all set.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I am a HUGE fan

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

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    Lighting

    I've been a mechanical keyboard user for 8 years, however I've never been a fan of cables. I switched to the Apple Magic Keyboard to cut the cables, but found that it really caused finger fatigue and became painful after long extended use. After doing some searching and comparisons, I decided to go with this keyboard with the clicky switch.I was skeptical due to my experience with the "Magic" keyboard, however this has a bit more travel and a satisfying "click." The key travel offers greater distance than Apple's keyboard, but much less than a traditional Cherry MX Blue switch; the latter factor took some getting used to but once I did I was able to increase my WPM by about 10%, which is a great benefit. As a Mac user I really appreciate the fact that the GHUB software is Mac compatible. I really like Razer products, but the fact that Synapse 3 is Windows only makes it a non-starter for me. While this keyboard is primarily for work at home use, I do like the programmable lighting scheme and it makes my job a lot more fun to use. Overall the compatibility, the clicky feel and overall build quality makes it a big win in my book. 10/10 would recommend, especially if you're a Mac user looking for a compatible wireless mechanical keyboard.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Tactile, responsive, lightning fast

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I opted to purchase the wireless model, and it does not disappoint. There is not a noticeable different in lag or response between this keyboard and a wired model. Wireless options are a low profile wireless adapter or Bluetooth, however you lose some logging option in Logitech software when using Bluetooth. The RGB has numerous settings and profiles, pick what you like. The low profile keys were what attracted me to this keyboard and their low travel time is amazing, they are clicky and quite tactile while also being a bit quieter compared to other clicky keyboards, a definite plus in my mind. My only complaints are that the alternate functions on the number keys ( @ # % ) and a few other useful keys such as ? are not backlit by the RGB, making it hard to see them if you need them in a dim room. Come on Logitech why cut corners there. My minor complaint is that there isn’t a low profile palm rest, which took a little adjustment but I’ll be fine with out, it would just be nice to have the option. I hope Logitech makes replacement keys with backlit cut outs Which would push this keyboard up from 4 stars to 5 in my eyes.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Keys, Lighting
    Cons mentioned:
    G keys, Price

    This review is specifically for the G815 which is a total redesign from the G810. I know the price is a big issue for a lot of people but if you are reading this you have the money and are trying to decide if it's worth it. The KB is the single part of the computer you will touch the most. More than any mouse, touchpad or trackball. So a meaningful change there will have a real impact on your experience with your computer. I found this keyboard fantastic -- but with some troubling issues. Well worth my money but is it worth it to you? Read on. So, things I like: - Super thin but heavy enough not to move around at all. Stable as a rock. - Fast. Like really, noticeably faster. My typing speed instantly increased. - Butter smooth linear keystrokes, no muss, no fuss, no click. - Metal body looks and feels pro, top quality. It should for the price. - A bit of space between the keys means less fat fingering. - Really, super programmable per key. For example I have just the logo to do a lighting effect while the other keys are static. - The G HUB program that sets up the lights and macros was intuitive enough I figured out how to use it just tinkering with it. I was able to do a lot of interesting configuration on my KB. - I set up my keys with colors to denote function. So most keys are white but my F keys are yellow, my G keys are orange, my Windows and audio keys are blue, my caps, num, scrlk, pause, prtsc keys are green, etc. Makes for at a glance and peripheral identification and less hitting the wrong key. - A small lighted bar on the spacebar. Nice touch. - Stout cord and rubber protector. Braided cover. Built to last. Handsome IMO. YMMV - Audio controls are simple and responsive. - Separate programmable/macro keys (G keys). Sure, they could have built another function into the F keys but having them separate means one touch activation. When gaming simple is best. The biggest argument I see against separate G keys is a larger KB footprint. But not here. My old Azio KB without those measures about 18¼" (46cm) across while this one is about 18½" (47cm) so ¼" (1cm) difference. My standard HP keyboard for work is 18" (just under 46cm) across so the difference even there is minimal. Unless you are upgrading from a KB with no number pad this just isn't an issue. They accomplish this by having a much narrower bezel between the edge of the keys and the edge of the KB. Clever design. - I thought I would miss the built in wrist rest but I don't. With this much thinner KB it just isn't needed. And that change means a smaller footprint front to back. Under 6" (14cm). Things I found odd: - Needs TWO USB plugs. One with a KB symbol, the other with a USB symbol. Why 2? Power requirements? Not a big deal but it's weird. [EDIT: The extra plug is to make the USB port on the top of the KB is a passthrough. But it's USB 2.0 and a KB is not a lot of traffic so why they thought a passthrough was needed I don't know. Still weird.] - The USB passthrough is next to the cord on the top edge of the KB, not on the side as expected. - No scroll lock light. It has a scrlk KEY but no indicator light. Not that most of us use that but if you ever turned it on by accident you would have a heck of a time figuring it out. - There is no audio passthrough. I don't care but you might. - The keys use the new style of being raised up off the keyboard so there is empty space under them. It looks kinda cool but I worry I will catch the corner of an edge key and pop it off. IDK if that would break it or just pop off the top. I would rather not find out. Stuff I don't like: - The symbols !@#$%^&*()_+ etc are just printed on the keys; they do NOT illuminate. So on the 1 key only the 1 lights up, NOT the ! And they are printed in a medium gray, not white, so they really don't stand out. In low light --- like for gaming -- they are completely invisible. This is the only thing I truly HATE about this keyboard. I'm sure someone will point out that I should be able to type without looking but then why illuminate the keys at all? And esp with symbols their placement changes from KB to KB. Any way you look at it, this is a big FAIL. - The letters and numbers on the keys are small. They could have easily been 25% larger without looking oversized and still with plenty of room for the symbols And they should have. They are very clear so even my old eyes can make them out but bigger would have been better. - I have yet to figure out how to use the 3 memory keys. I've tried a number of things and nothing has worked yet. The manual, being for the G810 which did not have those keys, is no help. I have found no YouTube vids on how to do it. I'll figure it out but this is a problem. - Speaking of the manual, the closest I could find was the G810 manual and this is a complete redesign so not much help there. - The web site was weird and buggy and had no idea what a G815 is. It said something about being in transition so maybe that's it. But wow, just wow. - The caps lock and num lock lights are white, rather bright, and not adjustable. I will have to put a tinted plastic cover over them. Also, reading the printed text next to them to see which is caps and which is num is impossible. Litreally black on black. I can figure it out but that's obnoxious. Maybe I'll paint over that in white. - The brightest level is just about right for me, but I like lower light. It has dimmer levels but nothing brighter. Not sure why they went with such subdued light, especially since this is a USB plug in, not wireless, so no battery issues. If I had a fancy PC build on display with this KB doing a light show I would want it much brighter. The problems are mostly things that should have been caught by releasing a few prototypes to a handful of gamers. Overall it's a fantastic keyboard with some surprising issues for a premium priced KB. I don't regret the purchase but normally with this many issues I might give it just 3 stars. Still, it's already by far my all time favorite KB so I'll go with 4. And hey, Logitech, if you're reading this, if you need someone to tell you this stuff in the future I would be happy to do so. Because whoever is doing it now is not catching these things.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Expensive, But High Quality Keyboard

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    I’m incredibly happy I chose the wireless version. I was looking at the wired one but then decided to drop the extra money and I don’t regret it at all. I’ve seen this thing on sale several times and luckily for me I had 60 bucks in rewards stashed so it wasn’t as bad? Regardless, it’s completely up to you, I feel the wired will be just as good as the wireless so if wireless doesn’t matter then by all means. That said, the keys are so nice and clicky. I love how it sounds. It admittedly did take a second to get used to having my hands to the side a little because the G-keys do sit on the side of the keyboard. Once I was used to that it was fine. I did also consider the TKL version but thankfully did not, I use the number keys on the side more than anything when I’m typing numbers so it would have been a total adjustment. Would I recommend it? If you find it on sale or have the money, sure, I just bought a new PC and the stock keyboard was not very good. I decided to just keep that as a backup and splurge on a solid long term keyboard. Highest recommendation!

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    3 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Awesome wireless mechanical keyboard

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    Posted .
    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Keys, Noise, Type
    Cons mentioned:
    Price, Software

    I was torn between getting this or the new Razer wireless keyboard and mouse that had just come out. I was just reading the reviews for the Razer device and made me glad I went with this. I used to always be a die hard Razer fan, used Deathadder mice for several years, but lately their software has been absolutely horrible. I've seen ads pop up from system tray advertising their products, they force you to use Synapse 3, which is in beta, and actually lost some functionality over Synapse 2, such as being able to set RGB colors to onboard memory on keyboard, so every time you restart your computer or wake it up from sleep you are stuck with the rainbow effect. Not to mention none of it works with Mac anymore (I use a Mac for work), so on Mac you're stuck with rainbows. Logitech doesn't have any of these issues. I can easily set onboard profiles with RGB colors, so when it restarts or loads you can have just a static color or whatever you want. Even has 3 keys at the top of they keyboard to switch between. It's a really simple thing but drove me crazy with my blackwidow keyboard to the point I sold it to a coworker. And just in general Razer software is terrible. Never had an issue with Logitech. Wireless works great on this. Use the USB dongle to my personal gaming machine, and bluetooth with my work computer, and it's super easy to switch between. I have this paired with a G703 wireless mouse, and wireless seems super responsive to the point I can't tell a difference between wired. I live in apartments with plenty of wifi signals all over the place, not to mention I have numerous wireless devices, and this keyboard and mouse never have an issue. Dongles are plugged into back of my machine next to each other (reviews for Razer said this was an issue for their devices) and absolutely no issues. Battery seems decent. I use it quite a bit for work and gaming, and I have to recharge it I think about every week or so, at least lasts several days before I have to recharge. I do have the lights set to a static color on a low brightness setting, though. I love the feel and sound of the keys on this (got the one with the clicky keys), although this is all preference. Keys are lower profile, I really don't like the super tall keys of the Razer keyboards. Key presses have a really good feel, not just for gaming but typing on this for work is fantastic. The click is really the type of click I think of when thinking of a clicky gaming keyboard. It's probably a bit louder than the Razer green/clicky switches, but if you don't like that I believe they have a tactile version of this keyboard. Only downside is the price. Was hard for me to justify the price of this keyboard, but I think for a mechanical, wireless keyboard like this, this is what you're looking at paying. The keys feel a bit cheaper than the Razer keyboards, like they might not last as long. The actual body of the keyboard feels pretty sturdy though, although it has very sharp edges I think they could have smoothed out a bit. I feel like that's nitpicking though. All in all I would definitely recommend. Everything works great on it, has a great feel. Very responsive for being a wireless keyboard.

    Features

    Quality
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Click Sound Wireless Gaming Keyboard

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    Posted .
    Owned for 3 months when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Excellent wireless keyboard. I have zero complaints moving from the Logitech G910 wired keyboard to the Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED (GL Clicky Switch model). I was surprised how nice it is to use the Clicky Switch keys. I expected this model to be occasional use for a work laptop, but it could replace my G910 without any issues. RGB options work perfect. Key clicks are the right balance of travel and sound (to me). Volume roller works great. Overall quality seems higher than the G910 to me. Metal, solid feel. Nice extension for the USB transceiver.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Hands down the best Mechanical keyboard. PERIOD.

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    Posted .
    Owned for 5 months when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Keys, Lighting
    Cons mentioned:
    Price

    I’ve used and owned almost every keyboard from Corsair, Logitech, Razer, and many others. I’ve spent the money to build custom keyboards with just about every variation of switch (Mx blue being my favorite) and this keyboard honestly made that feel like a waste of time and money. Forget that it’s wireless. If you don’t want wireless that’s not an issue. You can use it over USB or you can get the 815 (non wireless version). However, the Light speed wireless is great. However, if you have a noisy wireless environment you may have issues if the dongle is further away. Thankfully it comes with an extension cable. I used that to move the dongle to under where my keyboard sits and I have had no issues. Bluetooth is also an option and that works just fine too. The build quality is fantastic. I’ve been using this since March of 2020 and it still looks new. It still feels amazing, and the lights are as bright as the day I bought it. The key click (I have the clicky one) is fantastic. It’s not obnoxiously loud like MX blue switches can be, the actuation force is perfect, and the travel distance is great for this style of keyboard. Now let’s talk software. The Logitech G software is about as good as it gets. We all know the train wreak that is Corsair iCue, and we’ve seen the steady decline of Razer Synapse. Don’t get me wrong, this has some issues to (mainly devices not showing up sometimes until the app is force closed and reopened) but I can honestly say that it’s the best out there as of now. In conclusion, if you’re looking for a great looking, feeling, sounding, and performing mechanical keyboard, look no further. I’ll be exclusively using this keyboard until Logitech replaces it with an even better version, or until an even better keyboard by another manufacturer comes along (unlikely honestly). You simply can’t go wrong here.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Keyboard but too expensive!

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    First of all this keyboard is way to expensive. I really liked the fact that this keyboard is wireless. I was looking to get into mechanical keyboards and I really would not call this mechanical. The switches are very clicky but do not fell like mechanical switches in my opinion. It was very easy to type on. The keyboard has very bright RGB backlighting and its very customizable. The one thing I really liked about this keyboard is that it has the media control buttons at the top which makes it easy to control the volume and things like that. The keyboard is made out metal and I am guessing its aluminum. The whole construction is fantastic. It is very well built and very sturdy.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent, but wait for a sale.

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    Posted .

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Keys, Lighting
    Cons mentioned:
    Features, Price, Software

    A keyboard of this quality deserves five out of five stars, but loses one because of the eye-watering price tag. For the many pretty pennies you'll be spending on this, you'll get a fully featured keyboard that is supported by Logitech's industry-leading technology and software. The metal chassis provides a sturdy, weighty foundation for your keystrokes. The overall slim design and low-profile keys make it easy to type for hours without wrist strain and discomfort. The keys themselves are smooth and snappy and I feel like I can type better and faster as a result. Even though this is wireless, the performance is essentially identical to that of wired keyboards. I enjoy having the G keys at my disposal too. They are great to have in CAD and other design or development software, and games of course. There is a wide variety of RGB lighting and customizing options which allows you to make the keyboard truly your own.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Completed wireless setup

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    Posted .

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Keys

    This keyboard completed my wireless desktop setup . The battery last forever . Keys feels great ,

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Yeah, I bought it.

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    Posted .
    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Lighting

    Once you've got this thing... you can't go back. Imagine having 104 pens to click at your desk! You'll dig it. And the lights will make you tingle. Plus, you can lean back and put this thing on your lap if you're feeling casual. The wireless works wonders. Enjoy your new keyboard.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A little pricey, but worth it in my opinion!

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    Posted .
    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    At a hefty price of $250, I was hesitant to buy this keyboard. But I decided to go for it and I don't regret it a single bit! When coupled with the G-Hub software this keyboard has seemingly endless customization! Between the numerous lighting effects, key assignments and macros, there is SO much you can do with this keyboard. The play/pause and volume knob is also a huge plus. Overall, 10/10 for this keyboard; IF you can afford it I highly recommend.

    Features

    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
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