Logitech Introduces G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboards


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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.

New Year, New Gear – Logitech G Introduces G413 SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard in Full Size and TKL Versions

The G413 SE Blends Sophisticated Design with Gaming-Grade Technologies for an Affordable Gaming Keyboard

Logitech G, a brand of Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) and leading innovator of gaming technologies and gear, today announced the launch of the Logitech G413 SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard and the G413 TKL (Tenkeyless) SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Engineered for precision and performance, these affordable new keyboards offer gaming-grade mechanical switches with extremely durable PBT keycaps that are wear, fade and shine resistant

Logitech G413 TKL
Logitech G413 TKL

“We spent a lot of time carefully designing keyboards that deliver advanced performance with just the right feature set,” said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech Gaming. “Made with strong, durable materials and high-performance features, these keyboards are an excellent option for gamers who want a mechanical keyboard at a great price.”

The G413 SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboards feature Tactile Mechanical Switches, which deliver uncompromising performance and give discernible actuation for gamers who prefer direct feedback. In addition, the keyboards feature PBT keycaps that are engineered with quality material, designed to hold up over time and heat- and wear-resistant; making them one of the most durable PBT keycaps on the market.

Logitech G413 SE
Logitech G413 SE

Featuring white LED lighting and a black-brushed aluminum-magnesium alloy top case as the keyboard’s backbone, the result is a minimal design, balanced with features that make this keyboard a must-have for gamers.

In addition, the keyboards were designed to deliver reliable key input versus other non-gaming mechanical keyboards, with the addition of the six-key rollover anti-ghosting performance, which means multiple keys can be pressed simultaneously and all register at the same time to trigger a special game move.

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech G413 SE and Logitech G413 TKL SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboards are expected to be available on LogitechG.com and at global retailers in February of 2022 for suggested retail prices of $79.99 and $69.99, respectively. For more information, please visit our website, our blog or connect with us @LogitechG.

-John Nester(Blaylock)

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freakdiablo

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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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Blaylock

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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.

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freakdiablo

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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.

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