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Logitech G915 TKL Keyboard 209.99 ATL

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Dec 19, 2007
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where is the rest of the keyboard?
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I remember paying 80$ for my G710+ several years ago and thinking that was expensive for a keyboard
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Toronto Night Sky
Will this be lower on Prime Day? I want to buy this but not sure if it will be discounted more or not..
Newbie
Dec 8, 2020
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TechChime wrote: where is the rest of the keyboard?
The TKL in the name is a form factor that removes the numpad
Jr. Member
Dec 14, 2020
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This keyboard is pretty bad and low quality.

The keycaps are also a pain to get replacements for.

Regular price is overpriced and even this priced is overpriced.

I'd avoid this keyboard not unless you want low latency, wireless and low profile. But even that is a stretch.
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Jan 31, 2007
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I kind of wanted it awhile back when it was first released and shown at Fan expo. But got into custom keyboards lol

It does feel nice with weight and finish but low profile switch and the flat keycaps don't really do it for me. Unless that is your thing.
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Thanks OP, I just bought mine from newegg but received a credit for the price difference.
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Kinda dumb the symbols aren't backlit like my G810, could hinder productivity without adequate light.
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For those with a need to know, TKL literally stands for TenKeyLess which is exactly what it says. I know cos I've been doing my homework thinking about a mechanical kb in the foreseeable futureGrinning Face With Smiling Eyes .

For sure this kb isn't 'cheap' even at ATL but its Logitech & I do like their software esp. for wireless needs. >$200 is still a lot of coin but then, some peeps pay hundreds (& hundreds more) for a custom kb so waddaiknow.

Decisions Decisions...
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May 31, 2017
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Lowfiguy8 wrote: This keyboard is pretty bad and low quality.

The keycaps are also a pain to get replacements for.

Regular price is overpriced and even this priced is overpriced.

I'd avoid this keyboard not unless you want low latency, wireless and low profile. But even that is a stretch.
This is widely considered one of the best wireless keyboards with mechanical keys.
Newbie
Sep 8, 2018
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I have the white tactile and is beautiful. Best keyboard I've ever owned! I like the low pro form factor, low latency and very comfortable to type on. The TKL took a while to get used but it is better ergonomically having the mouse closer and more parallel to your arm rest.
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Dec 27, 2011
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Why pay $200 for a mediocre logi board... you can get a lot better at this price
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evanwier wrote: Why pay $200 for a mediocre logi board... you can get a lot better at this price
What do you recommend?
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MonsieurX wrote: I remember paying 80$ for my G710+ several years ago and thinking that was expensive for a keyboard
My G710+ is still holding strong. Sadly Logitech never added it to the G HUB.
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Sep 10, 2008
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nice but out of my price range. already have 3 mech kbs.
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Do people actually prefer low profile switches?
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Mar 24, 2007
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I prefer the new mechanical mx keyboard over this. Good price nonethelesss
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Dec 14, 2020
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BatCountry wrote: This is widely considered one of the best wireless keyboards with mechanical keys.
Meh, it's still overpriced for what it is.

Most gamers that use this keyboard, which it is targeted towards. Won't even rly need wireless because their computer is right beside them.

Wireless makes sense for mice because the cable creates drags, but for keyboards doesn't make a lot of sense. Not unless you're using it for a project at a meeting or something, but seems a bit expensive for this scenario.

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