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Logitech G413 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - $43.27 Clearance Price (reg $79.99)

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[Staples] Logitech G413 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - $43.27 Clearance Price (reg $79.99)

Follow up to @Spiritualx's previous post on the Amazon pricing at $50.97.

There is still stock available in quite a few stores.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=st&sku=2726119

Decent mechanical key board at this price. Solid build.

Update 5-31-2022: Amazon now also has the same price as Staples at $43.27.
https://www.amazon.ca/Logitech-Mechanic ... 5MWGM?th=1
Last edited by cassador on May 31st, 2022 5:50 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Feb 18, 2007
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Trash keyboard

Bought one of these, started double typing just outside the 2 year warranty.
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Jun 9, 2017
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I also bought this keyboard a few years back and experienced double typing after 2 years. Plus, the RGB lights died on a few keys within a year. Would 100% avoid this keyboard.
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danascully wrote: Trash keyboard

Bought one of these, started double typing just outside the 2 year warranty.
have you tried using logitech's warranty? it used to be awesome. havent used it in a bit though.
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daltonusprime wrote: I also bought this keyboard a few years back and experienced double typing after 2 years.
That's not necessarily bad, it can help you prevent a hack:


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Aug 1, 2021
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QA on these keyboards is lackluster, be warned.

Spacebar and random keys stopped registering
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was going to buy but based on these comments im not sure now Crying Face
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hybridfx2 wrote: was going to buy but based on these comments im not sure now Crying Face
Given the price I believe it is still worth a try. I own 10+ keyboards and rotate my usage. This keyboard would surely last more than two years.
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If there was like a $10 coupon to bring this down to $33 then I would consider it cause I keep hearing about issues after 1-2 years.
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Very bad keyboard. I had ghosting and double typing. I just replug my tank das keyboard, so much better.
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Nov 25, 2018
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Avoid. Bought the G513 with the same switches and it started double typing just after the warranty date passed.
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AliU47998 wrote: Avoid. Bought the G513 with the same switches and it started double typing just after the warranty date passed.
Same here.
And the rgb, some of them are not going according to the set up anymore. On all blue light, 1 showing red.
I'll be avoiding loGitech for this.
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Appreciate everyone's insight into this keyboard.
In summary, good price for a not so good keyboard.

What are some good quality options for a casual gamer who wants a mechanical keyboard with smooth action that is not too loud. Under $100.

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May 15, 2022
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If you see Romer-G mechanical switches, just avoid.
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I bought this keyboard when it was 50, but returning it. The quality feels great, because of the raised keyboard, it was giving me pain in the forearm.
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cassador wrote: Appreciate everyone's insight into this keyboard.
In summary, good price for a not so good keyboard.

What are some good quality options for a casual gamer who wants a mechanical keyboard with smooth action that is not too loud. Under $100.
Look into HyperX. They had a sale a couple of weeks back.
I have the Alloy Origins for 1.5 years now. Does a good job although the red keys are way too easy to make typing mistakes on because of 0 reflex.
Do you need it or do you want it?
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YujiroHan wrote: Same here.
And the rgb, some of them are not going according to the set up anymore. On all blue light, 1 showing red.
I'll be avoiding loGitech for this.
Ive had nothing but good experiences with logitech stuff until I bought their g502 mouse and the g413 keyboard about 5 years back.

G502 middle click stopped working, 2 of them
And the double typing g413

Maybe quality is just shyte nowadays?
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Sep 1, 2006
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I own and currently use this keyboard. It’s great! It gives the nice feel of a sturdy mechanical keyboard without the awful clicking.

The native USB port is nice for my wireless mouse dongle.

Great deal.
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cassador wrote: Appreciate everyone's insight into this keyboard.
In summary, good price for a not so good keyboard.

What are some good quality options for a casual gamer who wants a mechanical keyboard with smooth action that is not too loud. Under $100.
You posted it. Don’t listen to the haters. I honestly have no idea what these other people are talking about. It’s worked perfectly for six months of heavy usage.

This keyboard is exactly what you want. I know because I wanted the same thing you do. It’s smooth. Solid. Lights up. Metal build. Non-clicky but still satisfying.

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