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LIGHTSYNC technology
Provides next-gen RGB lighting that synchronizes lighting with any content.
USB pass-through
The additional, dedicated USB cable connects the port to its own input for full power throughput and data speed.
Logitech G HUB software
Gives you easy control to customize and access advanced features. Customize by game, connect to 3rd party apps like Discord, or download and share custom game profiles with the Logitech G community.
Clicky switches (Kailh blue switches)
Deliver an audible and tactile click for a solid, secure keypress.
Full function keys
Use the FN key to control volume, play and pause, mute, toggle game mode, change lighting effects, etc.
Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy
To deliver incredible thin but rigid and durable design.
USB interface
Enables a simple wired connection to your computer.
Windows compatible
For use with your existing computer.

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It's GX blue. It says clicky in the specs, it says blue in the reviews, and you can look up the 920-009300 model number or 097855151513 UPC. Learn to farking Google instead of lashing out like a child.
We should'nt have to google, it's not fb marketplace, it bestbuy.
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I bought this. It's a good keyboard but It's really clicky. It doesn't say what switch but all it mention is tactile and clicky which it is. Overall it feels good and type well I just wish it was quieter
Probably Blue switches
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Thanks OP, got 1 for a cheap build
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Just be wary that the blue LED will eventually die out on you on random keys. This has happened twice with my Logitech G Series keyboards. Once with a Logitech G K410 Atlas which they replaced with a Logitech G Pro. EXACT SAME THING happened.

Logitech denied me warranty this time and I just switched over to a Razer within the last month or choose a different brand. Just google "Logitech blue led". It's a known problem and they refuse to repair it once warranty is done.

They will fail just before or after the 2 year mark, which is the warranty for this G Series keyboard so look out for it.. First one failed before the 2 years so they replaced it, but the second one didn't.


The keyboard is still usable but anything you do with blue LEDs on the keyboard will look weird and broken and there's just no "fix" for it other than replacing the entire keyboard.


I just switched to a different brand.
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how do we pick which switch we want??
Google.
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I had this keyboard and it started exhibiting repeating keys on the numpad after a year or so. Buyer be warned.

The GX Blue switches are basically Cherry MX blues with better stabilization and lower actuation point. Still very loud though.

Other than the repeating keys issue everything else about this keyboard is pretty good. USB passthrough, metal base and full spectrum RGB lighting.
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no dedicated volume buttons...
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how do we pick which switch we want??
You don't. This model number is blue.
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I've used this (non SE version) for about 6 months. It is quite clicky but the switch feel is great. It has some heft and the standard angle is good for typing and gaming. The WASD keys are just starting to show some gloss. My only regret is getting the num pad version, but that is no fault of the keyboard.
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You don't. This model number is blue.
I think what he/she was asking was how to decide which switch they want (aka they need to do some research on the types of switches out there).
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Logitech sells this model with Brown, Red, or Blue switches, and Best Buy can't even see fit to mention which on their store page for the item, instead listing the color as "black."

No shit, we can see it's black from the picture. Nobody spending >$50 on a keyboard is going to care about that color over their preference for switch type. Best Buy, either learn WTF you're doing or don't expect any pity when your website and overpriced brick-and-mortar stores go out of business.
Logitech also has their own line of switches, dubbed the Romer-G "tactile" switches. This is likely those.
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Logitech also has their own line of switches, dubbed the Romer-G "tactile" switches. This is likely those.
Why you gotta be guessing and confusing people with false speculation? If you look it up (or read previous posts) the description literally says they're GX Blues.
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I have the 512 and after about a year I have 3 blue LEDs that have gone out. The other colors work still but looks odd anytime there is a blue tint in a color. Other than that the keyboard has worked great for me. Logitech has good CS from my experience as well.
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You can go to Best Buy and try out the keys. I have this keyboard for about a year. Works pretty well. I wish it has onboard memory to save keyboard LED color settings like their mice.
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Anyone has this? Was looking for the corsair k95 but couldn't buy prime deal
I own this keyboard and love it. You can get it with Blue, red or brown keys and I have the brown and really like them. You can map keys and change color settings. Overall a great keyboard
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