What you need to know
- Logitech announced the G915 and G815 keyboards.
- Both keyboards feature low-profile switches and LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting.
- The G915 is a wireless keyboard, and the G815 is wired.
- The G915 is available for $250 (opens in new tab) and the G815 is available for $200 (opens in new tab).
Logitech announced two new keyboards, the Logitech G915, and the Logitech G815. Both keyboards feature low-profile GL switches and LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting. The G915 is a wireless keyboard that utilizes Logitech's LIGHTSPEED wireless technology, and the G15 uses USB to connect to a PC.
The Logitech G915 has a 1ms report rate and up to 1,080 hours of battery life if lighting is turned off. It has five programmable G-keys that can be used for macros. It also features Logitech's LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting, which can create approximately 16.8 million colors. Using the RGB lighting shortens the battery life down to around 96 hours.
The Logitech G815 also has five programmable G-keys and Logitech's LIGHTSYNC RGB technology. It supports up to three profiles and connects through a USB cable.
Both keyboards feature low-profile mechanical key switches that are "half the height of standard mechanical key switches" according to Logitech. The company claims that this results in 25 percent faster actuation. Users can choose between GL Linear, GL Tactile, or GL Clicky switches.
This wireless keyboard has a 1ms report rate, 135 days of battery life, five programmable G-keys for macros and has Logitech G's LIGHTSYNC RGB technology.
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