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Amazon has the Logitech G613 wireless keyboard [amazon.com] for $69.99 or less if you use the current Discover promo or Amex discounts. Free Prime Shipping.

Alternately, Target also has the G613 keyboard [target.com] for $69.99 or less with Target 5% Red Card savings. Free shipping as well.
  • LIGHTSPEED wireless technology for super fast 1 ms report rate
  • Romer G mechanical switches deliver quiet, precise mechanical performance and 70 million click life for incredible feel and durability
  • Six programmable G keys put custom macro sequences and in app commands at your fingertips.1 Customize G key profiles individually for each app
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth enabled device with Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.12 or later, Chrome OS, or Android 3.2 or later, iOS 10 or later
  • G613 delivers up to 18 months of gaming on 2 x AA batteries.
This was a previous slickdeal in March for $60 but now everything has gone up in price laugh out loud, so this is probably on par. This had been going for $100 or more on Amazon, per honey price tracking.
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Not a great deal. Was $45 at Target a few months ago when I bought it. Was $59 for about 6 weeks straight during Feb and March on Amazon.

I really like the ability to flip between two computers, using the lightspeed USB on one and bluetooth on the other. Great for work from home at your personal desk.

Mech keyboard snobs might turn their head up at it but I don't mind. The only real problem I have is the left side row of G1-G6 keys really irritate me and I might pull them off. I keep hitting them instead of "esc" "ctrl" and other leftmost keys when I'm not looking. I can't just disable them, because you have to program it in the software, and I can't install the software on both my personal and work computer. There is no onboard memory in the keyboard to store the config.

Important to note that the lightspeed USB only works for the keyboard. You can't add other devices like the Logitech Unifying USB of the past, you have to use another USB dongle.
I have this keyboard both at home and at work (since I got tired of switching type) and I would recommend it to anyone. I have not had any issues (including the one noted above) on either keyboard.
I bought this 4 months ago from Target and the printing on several keys is already rubbing off. Pretty dissatisfied.

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This keyboard has double click issue. A lot of cases if you search online
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This keyboard has double click issue. A lot of cases if you search online
I have this keyboard both at home and at work (since I got tired of switching type) and I would recommend it to anyone. I have not had any issues (including the one noted above) on either keyboard.
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I bought this 4 months ago from Target and the printing on several keys is already rubbing off. Pretty dissatisfied.
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This or the G413 for $65? Wireless isn't important so I'm leaving towards the G413 due to layout and build quality.
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I use this keyboard for gaming at home and typing at work. Really like it. Keys are very springy though, if that's a problem. I know some people don't like it. It's different than the clicky you'd normally expect from a mechanical keyboard. The wrist rest being non-removeable is also an issue for some people if space is a problem. I've also seen people complain about the keys not being backlit, but that's not something I need in a keyboard, so it doesn't bother me.

Personally, I like it a lot. It's responsive, it feels nice to use, and I haven't had any issues at all using mine for a year or better. Battery life is also incredible (I can't actually remember when I changed batteries in mind, if ever).
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Not a great deal. Was $45 at Target a few months ago when I bought it. Was $59 for about 6 weeks straight during Feb and March on Amazon.

I really like the ability to flip between two computers, using the lightspeed USB on one and bluetooth on the other. Great for work from home at your personal desk.

Mech keyboard snobs might turn their head up at it but I don't mind. The only real problem I have is the left side row of G1-G6 keys really irritate me and I might pull them off. I keep hitting them instead of "esc" "ctrl" and other leftmost keys when I'm not looking. I can't just disable them, because you have to program it in the software, and I can't install the software on both my personal and work computer. There is no onboard memory in the keyboard to store the config.

Important to note that the lightspeed USB only works for the keyboard. You can't add other devices like the Logitech Unifying USB of the past, you have to use another USB dongle.
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I got this at Target for $45 and it's my primary work keyboard. The non-removable wrist rest is unfortunate, but it's not that big of a deal. The keyboard types great, and that's what counts. It's also quiet enough by default that it won't irritate coworkers so long as you're reasonably spaced out. Apparently the batteries are supposed to last for 18 months as well, so you'll get plenty of typing on it between replacements.

I also am unable to identify input lag despite this keyboard being wireless (I use the lightspeed USB dongle, not bluetooth).

In short, I recommend this keyboard. I'm not sure $70 is a great deal, but I also think this keyboard would not disappoint at that price point.
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This keyboard has double click issue. A lot of cases if you search online
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Been using this keyboard for a few months now. Picked up from a Target deal for $50. Great keyboard so far. I highly recommend it. Would purchase at this price as well if I needed another.
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Can anyone recommend another keyboard besides this one?

Here are my criterias
wireless
media buttons
macro buttons
equivalent (or close) to mx red or brown
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Bought this at the end of 2017. Still on the same batteries. No key cap wearing, no double click issues (unless if you barely tap the key and you have a shaky finger).

Only thing that's an issue is the battery saver causes the keyboard to not respond for 1 click if you don't use the keyboard for like 2-5 minutes straight.

That's not an issue for gamers because you'll always be tapping away at it. It's like a tap to wake mode.

It's also not noisy like many other mechanical keyboards. Though if you type fast enough I guess you can get a hollow springy noise out of it.
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Can anyone compare this model to the G915 model with linear switches? I am trying to find a mechanical keyboard quiet enough to use in an open office environment and I feel like the G613 is a little too loud. Has anyone seen the g915 go on sale?
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This keyboard has double click issue. A lot of cases if you search online
I had this issue after about 1+ years of ownership and daily extended use and looked it up on line as well and found a number of people complaining about this too. However, once I changed the batteries, all was good again. So real issue is that the battery life warning isn't very good in the S/W and you need to change batteries once you start having the double click issue even if the S/W is telling you the batteries are still ok.
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