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Logitech Tenkeyless G Pro Wired Gaming Keyboard - £79.99 + Free collection @ Argos

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A tenkeyless design and detachable cable means more room for mousing and easier travel to tournaments around the world, highlight important keys, or just show your team pride. Customize lighting and animations with G HUB software, and save static lighting designs to onboard memory for tournament systems. When gaming gets intense, rubber feet help keep the keyboard in place. The three-step adjustment allows you to customize the angle of the keyboard to the position you find comfortable.

Program intricate, timed actions or commands to F1-F12 with Logitech G HUB

  • USB connectivity.
  • Hot keys functions x 12.
  • Programmable hot keys for quick access to chosen programs.
  • Programmable favourites keys.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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    Considering a mouse and keyboard for docking my Steam Deck and quite like the look of this one. Is it much better than the price it used to be?
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    Although this is Argos, I had a look on the Camel price tracker, it looks to have been 119.99 at its highest price and 67.99 at its lowest, hope this helps.
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    Decent price but nothing special. Many mechanical boards for the same price on Amazon that are better in build, offer wireless in addition to wired connections, have a standard keyboard layout so you can swap key caps when they get worn (Logitech use a weird space bar no one makes just to be awkward), and change switches if you don't like them.

    The plastic build scratches instantly due to it being gloss around the sides for some insane reason, the key caps gather finger oils the second you touch them, and the blue switches are very poor. Usually not bothered by "clicky" switches, but logitechs own have the click followed by the sound of a spring pinging like crazy. Half of them sounded broken on the board I had, even through headphones with the volume raised.

    Epomaker do some very good budget boards that are well worth a look at over this, and often have better switches that are actually suited for gaming. Blues are not a gaming switch, it's only useful to those wanting the feedback to say "yes, you did it, you pressed me". At that point just use a controller.

    Either get a board with prelubed reds, or spend 20 quid on a bag of gateron silvers.
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