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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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Good deal at this price, MSRP is a bit insane.
Get off your high horse and do some research before posting, my dude/dudette. Logitech isn't an "unidentifiable brand". Their GX switches are pretty rock solid. I've used Cherry MX Blues as well as their GX Blues and, in my opinion, the difference is negligible. I'm currently using one of their TKL keyboards with Romer-G tactical switches, and dare I say, I actually prefer them over MX Browns. SO... unless you sit there all day comparing key feel with two keyboards side-by-side, you probably won't even notice a difference.

Also, unless you're a pro gamer and you use the same keys (ie. WASD, shift, spacebar, etc.) over and over nonstop, there's no need to buy into the "replaceable switches" marketing BS from "high-end" keyboard manufacturers. As primarily a productivity user and casual gamer (which I can almost guarantee 99% of the people viewing this thread are), I've literally never had to replace one - by the time the switches are worn, the board will likely be so old that you'll want to buy a whole new one anyway. Or you could be clumsy like me and spill coffee into one.

Either way, no keyboard lasts forever, and even if it lasts a long time, most people will want the latest and greatest ones when new deals come up. For ~$50, I'd say it's a good deal for a quality keyboard.
It look like Best Buy has a bunch of keyboards on sale. I just bough this Razer for $130 (which was already a discounted price) and it's now $85. I bought 4 different gaming keyboards before settling on this one.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/blac...Id=6263751

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Anyone has this? Was looking for the corsair k95 but couldn't buy prime deal
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This is a good deal for Logitech brand but has blue switches
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Good deal at this price, MSRP is a bit insane.
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It look like Best Buy has a bunch of keyboards on sale. I just bough this Razer for $130 (which was already a discounted price) and it's now $85. I bought 4 different gaming keyboards before settling on this one.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/blac...Id=6263751
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I have the regular G512, not the SE. Anyone know the difference between the two?

Overall, it's a good deal on a good keyboard. It's very well-built. Only negative in my opinion is that it doesn't have a removable cable.
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Thanks, OP! Two keys have died in the last week on my 14-year-old Razer keyboard. Looking forward to finally upgrading to mechanical. Happy to see clicky switches since most of my use is typing for work and fiction-writing.
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From what read in the question section on the page..... "According to the model number, this is the "clicky" GX Blue"

And from what i can tell the "SE" model only comes with the GX blue switches.
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Directly from the "Features" section in the description -
"Clicky switches
Deliver an audible and tactile click for a solid, secure keypress."
Maybe not a technical description, but we should know what that means if we're discussing the types of switches.
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is all keys programmable for this keyboard?
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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
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Woot has the g910 refurbished for $72.99

https://computers.woot.com/offers...at_pc_3_33
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looks like this has been at this price a while, and there isn't much mention of what exactly is the switch. If you used mechanical keyboard, you know not all switches are made equal, and one of those unidentifiable brand will not last.

I would rather spend $30 more and get a reputable switch instead.
Get off your high horse and do some research before posting, my dude/dudette. Logitech isn't an "unidentifiable brand". Their GX switches are pretty rock solid. I've used Cherry MX Blues as well as their GX Blues and, in my opinion, the difference is negligible. I'm currently using one of their TKL keyboards with Romer-G tactical switches, and dare I say, I actually prefer them over MX Browns. SO... unless you sit there all day comparing key feel with two keyboards side-by-side, you probably won't even notice a difference.

Also, unless you're a pro gamer and you use the same keys (ie. WASD, shift, spacebar, etc.) over and over nonstop, there's no need to buy into the "replaceable switches" marketing BS from "high-end" keyboard manufacturers. As primarily a productivity user and casual gamer (which I can almost guarantee 99% of the people viewing this thread are), I've literally never had to replace one - by the time the switches are worn, the board will likely be so old that you'll want to buy a whole new one anyway. Or you could be clumsy like me and spill coffee into one.

Either way, no keyboard lasts forever, and even if it lasts a long time, most people will want the latest and greatest ones when new deals come up. For ~$50, I'd say it's a good deal for a quality keyboard.
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