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Logitech has created a wireless keyboard with a slim profile

Logitech has created a wireless keyboard with a slim profile

Finally, the moderately priced descendant of the G915 TKL is introduced to its lubricated switches and damped device cover.

Logitech has once again expanded its range with a mechanical keyboard, but this time perhaps it has come up with a solution that is a little more comfortable than what we saw in the case of the PRO X 60 that debuted.


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The new floating button, which can be added to cart in black or grey/white, is a G515 Lightspeed TKL It is named and can be considered the successor to the popular G915 series, so it is a low-end model that, judging by the press materials, has improved in many respects compared to its predecessor, and is also much cheaper on store shelves.


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The final peripheral weighs 880g, is just 22mm long, making it easy to avoid using a wrist rest, and comes with factory-lubricated GL switches, which can be either linear (43g) or tactile (45g). . The key stems, which register the strike at the point at 1.3mm of 3.2mm key travel, have PBT caps with a slightly concave contact surface, made by double injection molding, allowing for Lightsync RGB lighting, addressable per LED, with 16.8 million colors pass-through lighting, but the dedicated media controls and volume dial have been removed from the top of the lid.

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Of course, the keyboard supports the manufacturer's Keycontrol technology, which is just a phonetic name for programmability, but as a result we can at least say that we can put up to 15 different things on one button, including macros or G-Shift, which Provides additional layers. Basic additional functions the proven method, Fn + [gomb] It can be achieved with groups.

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Stabilizers are integrated, while a layer of foam in the device's casing attempts to improve typing acoustics, and communication with the target device is via 2.4GHz Lightspeed radio, Bluetooth, and the included 1.8m USB type – equally doable with a C/Type A cable. A nice addition is that the receiver allows us to connect two devices to our device at the same time, so a compatible keyboard and mouse (eg G PRO X Superlight 2) can share a single USB Type-A port.


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The trio of mode keys are positioned in the upper left corner, while on the far right are CapsLock valves and an LED indicator that indicate charging status, and on the ventral side, which houses the dongle storage compartment, with anti-sliding rubber pads, two pairs of foldable legs monitor, i.e. the angle can be adjusted The slope has a total of three levels. Regarding customizations, in addition to US ANSI, there are several ISO layouts in the “Menu” (DE ISO, FR ISO, UK ISO, ES ISO, etc.), but Hungarian is not among the alternatives at the moment.

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The product, which is sold with a two-year warranty, can already be purchased for 150 euros, and throughout the year there will also be a knit sibling worth 110 euros.

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