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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:20pm 04/12/17 | 0 Comments
Three words that go together so well, wireless, mechanical, and keyboard. A rarity to be sure, which is why we've taken the Logitech G613 for an extensive spin. With the results being pretty positive all round, with great wireless performance and a very distinct look and feel.


Even without per-key lighting a lot of care and thought has gone into the design and feel of the G613, from the sunken layout of the keys to the wrist-pad and the dedicated audio controls. Clearly a premium product, and one that also supports Bluetooth connectivity in addition to fast, responsive, wireless.

But, as a Logitech mechanical keyboard there is a different keystroke to what you might be used to. Especially when compared to the many boards out there that opt for the popular Cherry-MX switches. Featuring the company’s own Romer-G mechanical switches, which lack the clicky feel of Cherry-MX switches, the Logitech G613 is a relatively quiet keyboard with a snappy mechanical response that is not only perfect for regular typing - but great for gaming too.


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