Logitech has unveiled its G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard meant specifically for gamers and claims to offer precise and clean lighting through the keycap. So, keys are always visible and never distracting, can prove to be crucial in competitive gaming. The Logitech G413 price in US is $89.99 and £99.99 in UK, and can be purchased through Amazon store in Carbon or Silver color options.
The company says that it has developed the G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with the Romer-G mechanical switches on this new Logitech Gaming Keyboard. It claims the switches are “purpose-built for pro-grade performance, responsiveness, and durability offering precision and speed.” Logitech adds that the Romer-G mechanical switches offer 25 percent faster actuation than standard mechanical keyboards with a short-throw actuation point of 1.5mm.
The Logitech G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard also features improved Keystroke Signal Processing, giving users an edge over the competition. The Romer-G switches combined with the intelligent KSP give the switches a rating to withstand over 70 million keystrokes. To avoid ghosting, the company has given the keyboard a 26-key rollover.
This gaming keyboard comes with a Micro-USB connector and therefore enables users to carry it around easily. The G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard features a lightweight, high-strength brushed 5052 aluminum-magnesium alloy top case enables the slim, bladelike chassis. Underneath find mouse and headset cable management, plus adjustable-height feet with rubber stabilizers, for confidence during intense gameplay. The Single color backlit keyboard is capable of letting users choose White for silver version and Red for carbon model.
The Logitech G413 Mechanical Gaming keyboard comes with 12 additional keycaps, so user can upgrade critical gaming keys; swap them fast and easy with the included puller to remove their Romer-G keycaps. The Romer-G switches feature one advantage over regular Cherry MX switches on this front as well – the backlighting can be integrated into switches themselves, giving a more even effect.