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Logitech’s New Mechanical Gaming Keyboards Are Just the Right Price

Logiteh's G313 SE Tenkeyless mechanical keyboard.

It’s been nearly five years since Logitech launched the affordable G413 mechanical gaming keyboard, and the company is finally coming back for seconds. It just opened pre-orders for the Logitech G413 SE, an $80 gaming keyboard with replaceable keycaps and tactile Cherry MX Brown-like switches. There’s also a cheaper $70 tenkeyless model that omits the Numpad.

Unlike the original G413 keyboard, Logitech’s new G413 SE models sport a subdued and professional design. They also use a set of tactile switches from Longhua, as opposed to Logitech’s custom Romer-G switches.

Logiteh's G313 SE mechanical keyboard.

Notably, the keycaps on the G413 SE are actually user-replaceable. But you may not need to replace the default keycaps, as they’re made of a durable, wear-resistant PBT plastic. (And yes, the G413 SE keyboards have white backlights that shine through the lettering of the keycaps. It’s kind of hard to tell in the photos.)

The G413 SE’s last big feature is 6-key rollover with anti-ghosting. This feature will come in handy if you need to press multiple keys at the same time while gaming—like, a lot of keys at the same time.

You can now pre-order the G413 SE and G413 TKL SE at Logitech’s website. Both models ship sometime in February.

Logitech G413 TKL SE

Get the tenkeyless Logitech G413 SE for just $70. It features tactile mechanical switches similar to Cherry MX, 6-key rollover anti-ghosting, and replaceable keycaps.

Logitech G413 SE

The full-sized Logitech G413 SE mechanical keyboard costs just $80 and packs the same tactile switches and replaceable keycaps as the tenkeyless model.

Source: Logitech via The Verge

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