Logitech G213 Prodigy Keyboard (RGB) £38.99 @ Amazon
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Logitech G213 Prodigy Keyboard (RGB) £38.99 @ Amazon

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Found 25th Mar
Not the lowest it has ever been but the lowest it has been for a couple months so hopefully helps some people out! Has RGB if you're into it and the keys are "mech-domes". Description tells how they feel similar to Cherry MX Browns. Media keys are also a bonus.
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You can buy a Drevo keyboard with actual mechanical key switches (probably Gateron) for not much more than this.
Uranus25th Mar

You can buy a Drevo keyboard with actual mechanical key switches (probably …You can buy a Drevo keyboard with actual mechanical key switches (probably Gateron) for not much more than this.


Although this is true, the (some) Logitech G Series keyboards are still quite decent, even against mid range mechs IMO.
Dont discount it purely as not mech. My older G series logitech board isnt mech and is going strong after many years of abuse.
Uranus25th Mar

You can buy a Drevo keyboard with actual mechanical key switches (probably …You can buy a Drevo keyboard with actual mechanical key switches (probably Gateron) for not much more than this.


I understand this. Only reason I found the G213 was because I was searching for a cheap mechanical/high end dome keyboard for my partner. These aren't regular domes so should last longer than the average dome switch and give a better feel/response.

She wanted a full size keyboard too (Drevo at this price range don't do full size?), and with the easy media keys, fancy lights, and very reputable/known brand of logitech she was happy to go for this. The built in wrist rest was a factor too. Down to switches alone I'd advise the full mechanical but as a complete package it all comes down to opinions/preferences.
I've gone through 3 Logitech K800 membrane keyboards and each one has failed within 1 to 2 years.

Managed to grab a cheap mechanical Logitech G910 for £39 for my daughter recently which hopefully should last more than 3 years.

If you don't need the RGB, there's this one for £19 more which has Romer-G keys.
Edited by: "Speculator" 25th Mar
Speculator3 h, 50 m ago

I've gone through 3 Logitech K800 membrane keyboards and each one has …I've gone through 3 Logitech K800 membrane keyboards and each one has failed within 1 to 2 years.Managed to grab a cheap mechanical Logitech G910 for £39 for my daughter recently which hopefully should last more than 3 years.If you don't need the RGB, there's this one for £19 more which has Romer-G keys.


G910 for £40?! Damn I'm gutted I missed that! It is what I have and would of got her if I seen it
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