The G915 Lightspeed supported mechanical keyboard from Logitech is on the expensive side, but offers a lot for the price. The mechanical keys and the Lightspeed wireless technology make it one of the best wireless keyboards for gaming. It also features an in-built rechargeable battery and uses the Logitech G Hub for customization.

Why We Like It – Logitech G915

The Logitech G915 wireless gaming keyboard comes with RGB lighting, a low profile design, and macro keys. It offers an excellent typing experience thanks to mechanical gaming switches. The Lightspeed wireless enables seamless lag-free connectivity and it can be used while charging.

Pros
  • Low profile mechanical switches
  • Build quality
  • Lightspeed wireless technology
Cons
  • Wobbly ABS keys

Performance

The performance of the Logitech G915 Lightspeed is excellent and it delivers a 1ms response rate. It also offers Bluetooth connectivity and can deliver up to 40 hours of continuous usage on a single charge. You can customize most aspects of the keyboard such as the RGB lighting, Macro keys, and more with the G Hub software. All these features make it the best wireless mechanical gaming keyboard. If you want a simple wireless keyboard, then try the Logitech K400 Plus. Got a Mac? Read our Apple Wireless keyboard review to get this accessory.

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Design

The Logitech G915 is a compact wireless mechanical keyboard as this is the Tenkeyless variant, and it uses aircraft-grade aluminum alloy for durability. Just like you’d find with the Corsair K63. It lacks the Number keypad, but includes media keys and keys dedicated for macros. This can be confusing if you don’t know how many keys are on a keyboard. The mechanical GL switches can be configured according to your preference, and are available in GL Tactile, GL Clicky, and GL Linear types. A USB receiver is included in the package, and a MicroUSB charge cable for charging. Want something even smaller and compact? Check out the Rii i4 Mini or the Logitech K380. For a keyboard with a built-in touchpad, you’ll need to read our WisFox 2.4G review.

Value

The G915 is one of the more expensive wireless mechanical keyboards on the market. It does offer great features, but it is still overpriced. Nevertheless, you get RGB lighting, G Hub software customization, low-profile mechanical switches, and a full-size keyboard layout. The in-built rechargeable battery can provide up to 40 hours of usage, and can be charged while being used.   The Lightspeed technology also supports multiple device connections. If you want a backlit keyboard with different colors, try the Arteck HB030B Slim. Alternatively, if you want a keyboard with a unique feature, try out the Logitech Washable Keyboard K310.

Logitech G915 Wrap Up

This keyboard review shows that although the Logitech G915 is one of the best gaming keyboards (wireless), it is an expensive affair. The low-profile mechanical switches are great, and the build quality is excellent. It also features the Lightspeed wireless tech that delivers a super-fast response rate. The keyboard could’ve been much better if not for the wobbly ABS keycaps.

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