Deal: Price dropped for Logitech G915 TKL Keyboard, now available for just $188.99

Logitech’s G915 is for gamers who want the look of Apple’s Magic Keyboard and the feel of a mechanical switch (plus a lot of RGB). It’s not as sturdy as a full-size board, and the price is too high, like most Logitech accessories. Still, the G915 feels like it’s worth the price because it has Lightspeed wireless technology, some unique low-profile switches, and a rock-solid build.

The Logitech G915 TKL is one of the smallest and lightest gaming keyboards on the market. It is 15.2 by 5.9 by 0.9 inches. As with all keyboards without ten keys, you’ll have to give up the numpad. But unlike other keyboards without ten keys, you won’t have to give up anything else. There are also buttons that let you switch between the dongle connection, which Logitech calls “Lightspeed,” and a Bluetooth connection.


  • Excellent switches
  • Discrete media keys
  • Amazing tactile feedback and typing experience
  • Gaming performance is top-notch
  • Bug-free, useful software

This makes it easy to switch between different PCs and the G915 TKL on the fly. With the sun-shaped button, you can choose between three levels of RGB brightness or turn it off. Once you figure out that the button next to RGB has a joystick on it, you can turn on Game Mode. On the top edge of the case is an easy-to-reach power button and a MicroUSB port where the included cable can be plugged in for charging or wired use.

The G915 TKL’s durable, well-polished build is part of what you pay for. In an ultrathin but dense frame, an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy top plate sits on top of a steel-reinforced plastic base that has a subtle texture. The brushed-metal finish of the Logitech Lightsync RGB makes it stand out. On the back, you can store your dongles, and there are two sets of flip-out feet that can raise the keyboard by 8 or 4 degrees. The G915 TKL could be the most expensive accessory in your game room, but it will also look the part.

How to get Logitech G915 TKL Keyboard?

The Logitech G915 TKL has a brushed aluminum plate and floating keys, so it’s no surprise that it has Lightsync RGB lighting. This lighting makes the keyboard look absolutely stunning. This RGB lighting is also very easy to change with the Logitech G Hub software. You can use presets, make changes per key or per zone, and choose from a number of lighting animations. This same software also lets you set up to three on-board profiles and assign commands, macros, actions, emojis, and a lot of system commands to the keyboard’s 12 function keys. So, even though there’s no full key remapping, there’s a lot here to make your gaming sessions and workflows smoother.

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