Tuesday, May 26th 2020

Logitech G Announces G915 TKL, a Compact Tenkeyless Gaming Wireless Keyboard

Logitech G, a brand of Logitech and leading innovator of gaming technologies and gear, announced today the Logitech G915 TKL Tenkeyless LIGHTSPEED Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, offering the same core technologies and experience of the award-winning G915, in a smaller tenkeyless form factor. The G915 TKL delivers high performance LIGHTSPEED wireless technology, LIGHTSYNC RGB and low profile mechanical gaming switches for an unrivaled ultra-thin design with superior performance and precision gameplay - all with up to 40 hours of battery life. All of these technologies and innovations have been carefully engineered into one of the industry's thinnest mechanical keyboards and Logitech G's most advanced mechanical gaming keyboard to date.

"Since the launch of the original Logitech G915, the community has consistently asked for the same technology in a compact, tenkeyless design," said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech Gaming. "The G915 TKL combines LIGHTSPEED Wireless, RGB lighting and amazing battery life in a sleek, ultra-thin design that creates a new standard for gaming keyboards."
With all the vital keys for gaming, the Logitech G915 TKL fits into smaller gaming spaces and can be easily carried to LAN events or a friend's house. It also features a space to store the LIGHTSPEED Wireless dongle on the back of the keyboard. Without the number pad, you get extra space to bring your mouse closer to your keyboard, bring your hands closer together and your body more centered for improved comfort and fit, an important aspect for many gamers.

This premium keyboard features Logitech G's award-winning LIGHTSPEED Wireless technology for a lightning fast, pro-grade 1 ms report rate and up to 135 days of non-stop wireless gaming with lighting turned off (assuming eight hours of play per day). For the first time, Logitech G features LIGHTSPEED on a tenkeyless wireless keyboard with LIGHTSYNC RGB lighting enabled. With LIGHTSYNC, you can be personalized across approximately 16.8 million colors through Logitech G HUB Advanced Gaming Software for the most immersive RGB gaming experience. With RGB colorwave enabled, gamers can play for 40 hours, non-stop on a single charge.

The G915 TKL mechanical gaming keyboards feature Logitech G's high-performance, low-profile GL mechanical key switches that are half the height of standard mechanical key switches for 25 percent faster actuation (versus 2.0 mm actuation in standard switches) and a more comfortable typing experience. Available in choices of GL Linear, GL Tactile or GL Clicky switches to match play preferences, the linear version provides a smooth keystroke, while the tactile version gives discernible actuation for gamers who prefer direct feedback. The clicky version offers an audible typing experience with tactile feedback, so you can annoy roommates or proudly show off your gamer cred!

Pricing and Availability
The Logitech G915 TKL Tenkeyless LIGHTSPEED Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is expected to be available on LogitechG.com and at global retailers in June 2020 for suggested retail prices of $229.
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17 Comments on Logitech G Announces G915 TKL, a Compact Tenkeyless Gaming Wireless Keyboard

#1
Pan
Just what i am looking for!
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#2
Assimilator
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE ACTUAL DOLLARS?

WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K.

Logitech has gone full greed/retard mode. Why would anyone in their right mind buy this when the Corsair K63 is less than half the price?

The mechanical keyboard exploitation market keeps rolling on...
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#3
INSTG8R
Vanguard Beta Tester
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TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE ACTUAL DOLLARS?

WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K.

Logitech has gone full greed/retard mode. Why would anyone in their right mind buy this when the Corsair K63 is less than half the price?

The mechanical keyboard exploitation market keeps rolling on...
Yeah and here’s me still rocking my G19 blissfully unawares of what the whole mechanical hype is even about ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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#4
Caring1
I guess they are a bit late at making a grab at the stimulus money people got.
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#5
ShurikN
Yeah that pricing is insane...
The only thing this KB has going for it is that it's a tkl and wireless, don't know how many of those are in circulation.

But still, $230 for a tkl. Ouch.
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#7
cucker tarlson
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TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE ACTUAL DOLLARS?

WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K.

Logitech has gone full greed/retard mode. Why would anyone in their right mind buy this when the Corsair K63 is less than half the price?

The mechanical keyboard exploitation market keeps rolling on...
I got hyperx silver speed for seventy.the awesome wristrest cost me 20-something.it's full size but super slim and superb build/key/switch quality.
the lit up G costs a lot,believe me,look into my specs :laugh:
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#8
dyonoctis
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TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE ACTUAL DOLLARS?

WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K.

Logitech has gone full greed/retard mode. Why would anyone in their right mind buy this when the Corsair K63 is less than half the price?

The mechanical keyboard exploitation market keeps rolling on...
It's the wireless RGB gaming gear taxe. The corded version is half less expensive.
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#9
Landcross
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TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE ACTUAL DOLLARS?

WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K.

Logitech has gone full greed/retard mode. Why would anyone in their right mind buy this when the Corsair K63 is less than half the price?

The mechanical keyboard exploitation market keeps rolling on...
Logitech's MSRP is always very high and actual market prices will drop pretty fast. Nevertheless, it's still a very high price indeed.
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#10
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dyonoctis
It's the wireless RGB gaming gear taxe. The corded version is half less expensive.
This keyboard has all the taxes:

* wireless
* tenkeyless
* RGB
* mechanical

Logitech should've called it the TAX PRIME.
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#11
Bruno Vieira
I understand the rage about the price. I have a G915, and dont think a expensive keyboard is bad... Last kb I had for 6 years, and 4-6 years is when a kb or mouse starts to break (logitech ones are really good in my experience). So, this expanse over 4 years is not a big one, you may feel your kb 'old' seeing the shining optical ones out there, but that is up to you.
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#12
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Bruno Vieira
I understand the rage about the price. I have a G915, and dont think a expensive keyboard is bad... Last kb I had for 6 years, and 4-6 years is when a kb or mouse starts to break (logitech ones are really good in my experience). So, this expanse over 4 years is not a big one, you may feel your kb 'old' seeing the shining optical ones out there, but that is up to you.
That's a very valid point but, again, compared to the K63 that is half the price: what exactly does this keyboard have that makes it worth that price hike?

I honestly cannot see anything, unless Logitech has somehow found a good solution for battery replacement (IMO the K63's biggest drawback).
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#13
Bruno Vieira
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That's a very valid point but, again, compared to the K63 that is half the price: what exactly does this keyboard have that makes it worth that price hike?

I honestly cannot see anything, unless Logitech has somehow found a good solution for battery replacement (IMO the K63's biggest drawback).
It could be higher margins (I dont work at any of those companies), but logitech has its proprietary wireless tech, ok the other ones also have nowdays the 1ms wireless stuff, the battery life even with rgb on, I charge every 1.5 months (the G903 mouse stays with the same charge for 3 months). They also use their own keys (not 'cherry mx like', with I think as a minus, cherry you can just replace anytime with any Chinese spare). At the time, I didnt go K63 because I use the numbers a lot
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#14
robb
LOL for that price they can screw themselves. They would have to knock 50% off that price for me to even consider it.
Landcross
Logitech's MSRP is always very high and actual market prices will drop pretty fast. Nevertheless, it's still a very high price indeed.
Sorry but most of their high-end keyboards actually stay priced very very high.
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#15
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
$125, yes. $230? Hell no.
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#16
Mussels
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TKL? Wireless? RGB? Not using any of the RGB softwares i currently hate? Woo!

Price... okay maybe no
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#17
micropage7
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TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINE ACTUAL DOLLARS?

WHAT THE ACTUAL F**K.

Logitech has gone full greed/retard mode. Why would anyone in their right mind buy this when the Corsair K63 is less than half the price?

The mechanical keyboard exploitation market keeps rolling on...
for that price you can get full aluminum mechanical keyboard, usb C, and nice keycaps
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