Logitech’s successor to the G413 mechanical keyboard doubles key switch choices


Logitech announced a new frameless mechanical keyboard for gaming today. It’s called the G513, and it’s the successor to the G413, which has been a popular choice since its launch last spring. The company also announced new gaming PC speakers with the same Lightsync colored-LED technology you’ll find in the company’s gaming keyboards and mice.

Logitech brags of a 1ms report rate for the G513, but the main—albeit not unique—appeal of the keyboard is that it comes with two options for mechanical key switches built by Omron—the Romer-G Tactile and the Romer-G Linear. Logitech is notably not using the leading switch manufacturer, Cherry MX.

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