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Logitech G613 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Black $115 Delivered @ Harris Technology via Amazon AU

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Best price on Amazon AU according to CCC. Although it was $99 last year by other seller

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    Bought 3, thanks…

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      ha! I bought 4 …

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        Logitech G613 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Black for $1115 delivered

        Bargain !!!

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        ha! bought the whole stocks

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    price is wrong in title !

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      Oh tish !!!

      I've already ordered… :(

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    Yikes! That Price. $1115.

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    man, inflation sure caught up with us

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      COVID tax…

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    thats why i need a new keyboard :)

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    $1,115 wow covid sure jacked up the prices of keyboards!!!!

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    Can I please ask, why do people want mechanical keyboards over a good quality keyboard like mx keys or sth? I genuinely tried to Google this and there is no solid explanation.

    What does being ‘mechanical’ do?

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      You don't Google it, you feel it. Feel it in your bones..

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        well, fingers

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      For me, personally, just a more tactile feel - the keys feel more solid, more responsive keyboard click sound.

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      makes gamers feel like they are important because their clicky keys can be heard by everyone in the office or everyone on the voice channel.

      They have use cases - typists, coders etc. any industry where words type per minute might be a KPI.

      Gaming keyboards dont need to exist and the overwhelmingly large percentage of users that think any of the features of a gaming keyboard are improving their ability have well and truly drank the kool-aid.

      but the RGBs look pretty in their bedroom that no other person ever sees i guess?

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      mostly the feel mate. cheap mechanicals tend to have ghosting after heavy use in a year. but then again coming from razor's mechanicals, even with heavy use, it also have ghosting issues.

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      personally when I use membrane keyboards, even decent ones do feel "sticky" for both typing or playing games, not sure how else I can put it.

      If you really want to know the difference, go in a store and press it to feel it, that's how I started and never went back

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      Just like case windows and RGB everything, it's a trend that everyone is jumping on.

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      I have arthritis in my fingers, I find a good mechanical keyboard gives me more typing time before my fingers have had enough. Some people have the opposite experience, and mechanical keyboards hurt more…

      I dunno really…

      maybe it's a personal preference or something.

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      preference, if people grew up with IBM keyboards, you might be used to the key travel and feel vs membrane. One of my favourites was a 20 yeal old membrane and PS2 connector, it died a few years ago and mechanical is the only thing that comes close.

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      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H66XwhzhdnA&t=395s&ab_channe...

      I think this guy goes in depth about what makes a keyboard "mechanical" and how the definition for it is messy. Though he basically went at the end, who cares what definition you follow, if it feels nice to you, that's all that matters.

      I like mechanical keyboards because of their customisability (you can swap the keycaps around as well as do all sort of different things) which allows you to repair keys really easily if you know how to solder (or you can go with hotswappable keyboards, which allows you to change switches without soldering).

      I think there are more options out there as well. You can have something that's "clicky" (click because it uses a moving part that clicks etc), something that gives you a "tactile" feedback (as in when you press it you feel change in feedback, due to a bump on the part that touches contact etc etc), or something that just presses without any bumps ("linears"). I used inverted commas to highlight the categorisation that people give to the switches.

  • +2 votes

    Got one a month ago for $150.
    Overall nice keyboard.

    Came from a Logitech MK545 keyboard - I'm still adjusting but it was easier to type on the MK545 keyboard because the keys were bigger and faster because I didn't have to press down on the key as much as the G613. In saying that, I'm making less spelling mistakes day by day.
    I do love the huge tactile improvement over the MK545 and it feels nicer when playing games.
    Only complaint is when using the G613 in a quiet room, almost every key pressed has a bit of an echo or hollow sound to it…never experienced with other mechanicals…sounds weird, but game sounds and music drown out the echo.

    I also got a G603 mouse to go with my new keyboard - overall great mouse but my main complaint is it's hard to grab the mouse with one hand which I do a fair bit scrolling between 2-3 screens - it's awkwardly shaped. I haven't used the G703 but I think it doesn't have the same problem.
    For gaming - aiming felt WAAAAAYYY smoother. Huge thumbs up.

    Also, FYI, the lightspeed receiver isn't a unifying receiver so you'll have 2 USB receivers in your PC for your keyboard and mouse.

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      Also, FYI, the lightspeed receiver isn't a unifying receiver so you'll have 2 USB receivers in your PC for your keyboard and mouse.

      I use a Bluetooth receiver to solve the issue.

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        But you will lose the benefit of the lightspeed low latency

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    used this for years, and still going.
    Changed to a motospeed, because i wanted a 81% keyboard, USBC charging and USB dongle.
    Not going to lie, its on par with this keyboard!

    Ill be using the g613 for my other computer =)

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    I've had my eye on this for a while but it seems it's been out for several years and has been ~100$ a few times in the past.

    The G915 has more positive reviews than this but is nearly 3 times the price.

    There seems to be limited wireless mechanicals that aren't TKL and I don't know that Logitech have any newer ones in the pipeline so this is tempting

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      need killer deal on G913 ….. my G810 is getting a bit dirty and need an extra keyboard for the office.

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    Matched at Office works

    Had this before great board.

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      instore or on phone?

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        Instore

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    Typing on this keyboard right now. For the price it's great. Full keyboard layout, not missing the ever-important numpad which a bunch of others are missing (not sure how those numpad-less folks cope in Excel), no tacky kitch RGB lights all over the place, can switch between multiple computers easily on wifi or bluetooth, amazing battery life. I would have liked a light for the num lock and scroll lock, but that's about it. Winning at this price.

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    Using one for work - got it from officeworks for $150 no regrets absolutely love it.

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    I got this keyboard and after a year the key start to repeat itself when i type.