Logitech G513 Gaming Keyboard, RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Romer-G Linear Key Switches, 25 Percent Faster Responsiveness, Aircraft Grade Brushed Aluminum, (UK Layout) - Carbon
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Softul nou de la Logitech ii o abominatie. Care în repetate rânduri nu vede device-urile (Mouse, tastatura și caști).
Palmrestul ii cam hit and miss... Nici cu nici fără nu ii mai bine. Fiind detașabil ajuta dacă cumva ai nevoie de spațiu pe birou.
While plenty of mechanical keyboards use the venerable Cherry MX switches, Logitech has for some time now opted to develop its own mechanical switches named Romer-G. The G513 uses an all-new version of the company’s proprietary switches, so instead of just one type there are now two: either Linear or Tactile. Comparatively, the Romer-G Linear is akin to a Cherry MX Red switch with a smooth, fast keystroke. The Romer-G Tactile is closer to a Cherry MX Brown, with a tactile response with each key press. Would I reach for a Romer-G keyboard first? Probably not. Romer-G Linear hasn’t suddenly leapfrogged to the top of my charts. But it’s a damn good step for Logitech. I’ve spent four years praising Logitech’s keyboard designs (except the short-lived G410) but not using them. Romer-G Linear finally gives me an option I’m comfortable keeping on my desk. It’s also surprisingly quiet for a mechanical keyboard switch—something office workers might be interested in. Anti-Ghosting: With anti-ghosting, you can press as many keys as you need to at the same time without worrying about some keys not registering.
Like nearly all of its gaming peripherals, the G513 Carbon utilizes Logitech’s Gaming Software for lighting customization and recording macros. I used an updated version of the client to review the G513, and while there’s little in the way of changes from recent iterations of the software, it’s fairly easy to use. Most notably, the G513 takes advantage of Logitech’s LIGHTSYNC functionality, which is similar to Razer’s Chroma or Alienware’s AlienFX. This system allows for deep customization of lighting animations synced to games and other compatible Logitech devices. There’s even an applet within the software that changes the colors on the G513 in-time with on-screen color changes. The new Logitech G560 speakers use the same tech to sync lighting with in-game action. Customization: Gaming keyboards allow you to remap keys to customize your keyboard command layout, so you can have each key right where you want it. The G513 is a very comfortable keyboard; compact, yet with a pleasing angle and a wrist rest deep enough to support even larger hands. I spent multiple hours playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and never felt any wrist strain or general fatigue while using this keyboard.As usual with Logitech’s Gaming Software, you can also assign lighting and macros—the latter using a convenient drag-and-drop setup—to specific game titles. The software will scan your PC and look for compatible games, so the setup is fairly straightforward and simple.