the Japanese subsidiary of Swiss-based Logitech, has released two wireless-enabled models of its thin mechanical keyboards, the Logitech G913 Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (hereafter G913) and the Logitech G813 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (hereafter G813)" were released on Thursday, August 29, 2019.
This high-end keyboard received rave reviews from top players at a recent product presentation covered by Fangler Games.
It is no exaggeration to say that this keyboard is essential for winning, and Fangler Games also had a chance to try it out.
The G913 has three types of keyswitches
The G913 has three types of keyswitches to choose from (linear, tactile, and clicky).
Of these, the two types we used this time are linear and clicky.
The linear type features very smooth keystrokes and is less tiring even in games with busy operations.
The clicky type is very enjoyable just by touching the keys because you can hear the click sound peculiar to the mechanical type as well as the pleasant feeling when you type.
The action situation point is shallow!
The compact GL mechanical switch, one of the features of the product, has a shallow action situation point (the distance between pressing a key switch and its response) of 1.5mm compared to commonly used key switches, making it suitable for games such as FPS where keys are often pressed reflexively. It can be said that this is a keyswitch suitable for games where keys are pressed reflexively, such as FPS.
Actually playing with G913!
When I actually played Apex Legends with the G913, I was able to move my character's movement one tempo faster, which increased my chances of winning sudden firefights and the like.
The G913 uses LIGHTSPEED wireless technology for connectivity.
This is the same wireless technology used by esports professionals around the world for their competitions, and it has achieved a super fast wireless speed of 1 ms.
It is also possible to play while charging the device by connecting it to a USB port.
Convenient soft keys
The three soft keys at the top of the keyboard, M1, M2, and M3, can be used to register hardware profile settings.
Combined with the five G keys on the left side of the keyboard, a total of 15 different game/in-app key bindings, system commands, and custom macros can be set.
Other features include LIGHTSYNC RGB with 16.8 million colors, a wheel for volume control, and onboard memory for storing profiles for personalization.
The Logitech G913 is on sale now!
The Logitech G913 has been getting rave reviews from our FPS enthusiasts, so give it a try!