Logitech G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Low Profile GL Switches (Tactile)

MX78050 G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Low Profile GL Switches (Tactile)
MX78050 G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Low Profile GL Switches (Tactile) MX78050 G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Low Profile GL Switches (Tactile) MX78050 G815 LIGHTSYNC RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Low Profile GL Switches (Tactile)

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Average Rating: 4.0 / 5 With 2 Customer Reviews

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Sunday, November 08, 2020
By: Tim
From: Calgary

Good, but a few keys occasionally double-press.

Strengths:

Exactly what it says on the tin.

Weaknesses:

I've had the E key, the Right Arrow, and the 9 on the numpad all be susceptible to double pressing. Removing the keycap and placing it back on resolves it to an extent, as does just mashing the key a lot, but this kind of quality control just isn't acceptable at this price point.

Additional Comments:

Good keyboard, and the build quality feels great, but I've had more technical problems that I would expect with a keyboard at this price point.
Tuesday, January 07, 2020
By: Tyler
From: Edmonton

Great keyboard!

Strengths:

- Solid design, easy to keep clean - Low profile - Can customize key lighting per application - Volume wheel

Weaknesses:

- Price

Additional Comments:

Having used a few mechanical keyboards in past (K70s with MX Browns/Reds) and a Razer keyboard with the Green switches these Low Profile GL Clicky switches are my favorite by far! Less key wobble than the Razer or Cherry MX switches, The tactile feedback is similar to an MX Brown and I think they are quieter than the MX Reds. If you're wanting a switch with nice tactile feedback and don't want to annoy your neighbors at work / home this is a very nice keyboard to have!
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