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FRONTPAGE Logitech Introduces G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboards

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Nov 1, 1998

Today, Logitech introduced the G413 SE full size and G413 TKL tenkeyless Mechanical Gaming Keyboards. Built for gamers, they feature six-key rollover anti-ghosting for multi-key combos and white back-lit LED keycaps. For structural rigidity, the G413s are built on a black-brushed aluminum-magnesium alloy top case. The full-size G413 SE is priced at only $79.99 and the G413 TKL is even less at $69.99. Availability is projected for February of 2022 so we should start seeing them in stores and online soon. Below is Logitech's official press release.
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Dec 13, 2005
Sorry if I missed it, but any word on what switches they're using?

Also kind of a sidebar comment, I grabbed a K840 a few years back on impulse that's fairly similar - metal faceplate, the "floating key" design, tactile switches, and intended to be a sub-$100 mechanical board. Not a real fan as the keys feel kind of loose - unsure if it's due to the floating keys or switches themselves (Romer-Gs). Hoping these don't have the same issue.
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"That Backfired" Senior Member
Jun 5, 2013
Go Blue!
Crap. I meant to mention that in the article. No, there is no mention as to what they are using. One has to assume they are either in-house switches or a cheaper knock-off brand. I would assume if they were using Cherry or Kailh they would mention that. Plus, with the boards being only $70 and $80 that almost prices them out of the "name brand" switches.
Dec 13, 2005
Yeah, it makes sense they'd use the Romers (which I guess are Logitech's in house switch?) for these as well as they're priced close to the K840. Was just curious if there was anything official.