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LOGITECH G Play Advanced Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Set £80 @ Currys
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LOGITECH G Play Advanced Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Set £80 @ Currys

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Posted 11th May
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Bundle:
  • G512 SE Gaming Keyboard
  • G502 SE HERO Optical Gaming Mouse

Each item is listed for £60 separated but the keyboard is out-of-stock.

RGB lightsync

Each key is independently backlit, and you can individually customize them with lighting effects and animations. The mouse also has customisable RGB lighting, so you can synchronise your mouse with the gameplay and personalise it to match the rest of your gear.

Mechanical switches

The XG Blue switches are built for gaming excellence. You can feel the moment at which the keystroke is registered, so you won't have a combo spoiled by a missed button press.

USB ports

The USB ports on the keyboard let you plug in a phone to charge and maintain transfer speed while uploading photos. You can also plug your mouse straight into the keyboard, so you can easily switch it between your PC and your laptop.

Gaming mouse

The advanced optical sensor of the mouse gives you competition-level precision, and the customisable DPI modes mean you'll always have the edge over your opponents.

It comes with five 3.6 g weights, so you can adjust the alignment and balance to find your gaming sweet spot. There are also 11 programmable buttons, which means you can save your favourite power moves directly to the mouse and take your settings with you anywhere.
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Technical specifications for LOGITECH G Play Advanced Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Set
OVERVIEW
Type Gaming keyboard & mouse set
System requirements - Windows 7 or later
- USB port
Connectivity Wired
KEYBOARD FEATURES
Programmable keys 5
Backlit keys Yes
Ergonomic design Yes
Anti-ghosting Yes
USB hub Yes
Cable length 1.8 m
Switch type CLICKY XG Blue
MOUSE FEATURES
Number of buttons 11
Number of programmable buttons 11
DPI Up to 16000 DPI
Scrolling Hyperfast scroll wheel
Light indicators Yes
Other features Adjustable weight
GENERAL
Box contents - Logitech Play Advanced Gaming Keyboard
- Logitech G502 SE HERO Optical Gaming Mouse
Keyboard dimensions 343 x 132 x 445 mm (H x W x D)
Mouse dimensions 173 x 53 x 116 mm (H x W x D)
Keyboard weight 1.37 kg
Mouse weight 265 g
Manufacturer's guarantee 2 years

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A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, playing with people on mic is nearly impossible, all they can hear is click click. Be quiter snapping your fingers. Bought this set back in January, replaced 3 weeks later with a Razer keyboard and mouse. All jokes aside, it's a good keyboard and mouse, but it's far too loud, blue keys, not fun to game on
That's a mighty hi-res photo chosen to display the goods.
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A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, playing with people on mic is nearly impossible, all they can hear is click click. Be quiter snapping your fingers. Bought this set back in January, replaced 3 weeks later with a Razer keyboard and mouse. All jokes aside, it's a good keyboard and mouse, but it's far too loud, blue keys, not fun to game on
My Logitech G810 keyboard has started to repeat characters.
I have to double check everything I type.

They are nice keys to type on and quiet.
The new keyboards don't light up the upper-case numberals and the
volume wheel has gone. Kinda put me off.
I've bought that set last week and I'm very pleased with it. The mouse is exceptional if you are into FPS gaming, but bit odd for work as I'm keep pressing the "sniper" button on my VS
hybridbunny12/05/2020 02:16

A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, …A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, playing with people on mic is nearly impossible, all they can hear is click click. Be quiter snapping your fingers. Bought this set back in January, replaced 3 weeks later with a Razer keyboard and mouse. All jokes aside, it's a good keyboard and mouse, but it's far too loud, blue keys, not fun to game on


Was just about to ask which keys this came with as there are tactile and clicks variants but no mention of it on the listing
PetrolHeadRR12/05/2020 06:48

I've bought that set last week and I'm very pleased with it. The mouse is …I've bought that set last week and I'm very pleased with it. The mouse is exceptional if you are into FPS gaming, but bit odd for work as I'm keep pressing the "sniper" button on my VS


I have my sniper button set to alternative functions for when I'm in work mode. This way I can retain the forward & back / copy & paste functions, whilst gaining CTRL, Shift and Alt functions which I need to use a lot in my job.

Heat from me, although I'm not keen on the Blue switches. If this were Brown/Red switches, I'd have snapped it up in an instant!
That's a mighty hi-res photo chosen to display the goods.
Do yourself a favour and avoid. The quality of the G range is really poor and the Logitech support is awful as well.
Great find, awesome mouse and great looking keyboard for those who love clicky keys.
hybridbunny12/05/2020 02:16

A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, …A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, playing with people on mic is nearly impossible, all they can hear is click click. Be quiter snapping your fingers. Bought this set back in January, replaced 3 weeks later with a Razer keyboard and mouse. All jokes aside, it's a good keyboard and mouse, but it's far too loud, blue keys, not fun to game on


The joys of mechanical keyboards.

You could consider some of these smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/…73C
tom.coxaCM12/05/2020 14:30

Do yourself a favour and avoid. The quality of the G range is really poor …Do yourself a favour and avoid. The quality of the G range is really poor and the Logitech support is awful as well.


I've been using a Logitech G610 keyboard and G500 mouse daily since 2016. I added a G203 mouse for a second computer in 2018. I've never had any trouble with them or found them to be of poor quality.

I do think blue switches are an odd choice for a gaming keyboard. I prefer blue for typing, red for gaming and brown is a good middle-ground that feels good for both uses.
Not sure what people expect for £80. The mouse is solid and is typically around £60 and the keyboard is decent. Obviously not as good as expensive ones but it's only around £20-30 or so in this bundle. Keyboard uses blue switches so the clicks are quite loud unsurprising (not as loud as others I've used) but dampers exist. RTX Voice has also worked well for me in chat. What switches to get all depend on preference, there isn't really a good or bad one. If you don't want a loud keyboard, don't get one that's clicky, simple.
Jonwillis19/05/2020 17:27

The joys of mechanical keyboards.You could consider some of these …The joys of mechanical keyboards.You could consider some of these https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QXBSDJ2/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_RJaXEbN6SJ73C


These will help soften the 'thud' sound from the keycap hitting the base of the keyboard (if you bottom-out when you type), but they won't help with the 'click' sound that comes from the tactile bump within the switch itself. You should only buy blue keys if you want that satisfying (or annoying) type-writer style click.
Gort195112/05/2020 05:01

My Logitech G810 keyboard has started to repeat characters.I have to …My Logitech G810 keyboard has started to repeat characters.I have to double check everything I type.They are nice keys to type on and quiet.The new keyboards don't light up the upper-case numberals and thevolume wheel has gone. Kinda put me off.


Same my kkeyboard does that
hybridbunny12/05/2020 02:16

A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, …A must buy if you hate everyone else in you home. The keyboard is so loud, playing with people on mic is nearly impossible, all they can hear is click click. Be quiter snapping your fingers. Bought this set back in January, replaced 3 weeks later with a Razer keyboard and mouse. All jokes aside, it's a good keyboard and mouse, but it's far too loud, blue keys, not fun to game on


Agree with this... although I’m yet to make the switch... 6 months of fbdidhebsidbdbekshdbrkdhdbsjsialmsbduwjansbeod djdkalshdneksksndhdinshsjsksbdbsjsjd


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I think the switch to Razer is incoming...
I had this mouse but had to send it back because I found it virtually impossible to middle-click. The wheel is not ideally placed for fingertip use and tilts too easily, resulting in a side-scroll and middle-click at the same time, which prevents the middle-click from registering. I also found the wheel a bit clunky for scrolling, but that's probably subjective.

Funny, my ancient G9X also has side-scroll functionality, and still lworks fine, even after all these years. That'll teach me to upgrade for the sake of it
FREEZIN_WOLF12/05/2020 09:02

That's a mighty hi-res photo chosen to display the goods.

That's what she said
I have just ordered this from them two days ago absolute bargain mouse on its own between £50 - £65 also recommend RTX voice for those with nvida cards to cut out the clicks on your mics
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