The Logitech G915 is the top of the range Logitech gaming keyboard offered under the Logitech G brand. It features a steel chassis and aluminium top plate that makes the keyboard feel very rigid and strong. Logitech decided to make the G915 as thin as possible so included the low profile Logitech GL key switches rather than the Romer-G switches found in other Logitech keyboards. Whilst this does make the keyboard thin at 22 mm, it also reduces the key feel for typing. I am a fan of mechanical key switches and found the low profile switches felt more like a high quality membrane or scissor keyboard rather than a mechanical keyboard. For gaming, the reduced travel can be an advantage; however, if you mix gaming and typing, then you may prefer the feel of a mechanical key switch. If I was looking for a Logitech keyboard, I would recommmend the cheaper G810 that offers a very similar gaming experience with more traditional Romer-G key switches. The Logitech G-HUB software is available for both Windows and Mac, and fully supports customisation of lighting and settings across the range of Logitech gaming keyboards and mice.
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The Logitech G915 is the top of the range Logitech gaming keyboard. However, unless you are looking for a wireless gaming keyboard, the Logitech G810 is better value. I am also not a fan of the low profile key switches for typing, prefering the longer travel and feel of a more traditional mechanical key switch.
- Solid build quality.
- Thin design at 22 mm means a wrist rest is not required.
- Low profile key switches have a reduced travel that is great for gaming, especially the linear type.
- Keyboard is available with either linear, tactile or clicky key switches.
- Logitech G-HUB software is supported on both Windows and Mac.
- Wireless support seems an odd feature for a premium gaming keyboard.
- Expensive, other Logitech keyboards are better value for money.
- Low profile key switches are not that great for typing.
Features : 86%
The G915 is a full size wireless keyboard with low profile Logitech GL key switches with either a linear, tactile or clicky feel. The inclusion of wireless is interesting. I am not sure that a gamer would look for a wireless keyboard like they would for a wireless mouse. A keyboard is pretty static on the desk and the large full size layout means that it is not very portable.
Build Quality : 90%
The G915 is a very solid keyboard and whilst it only weighs 1 kg and is half the thickness of some other gaming keyboards, the steel chassic and aluminium top panel means there is no flex and it feels very solid.
Typing Experience : 84%
I find that the Logitech low-profile key switches have less feel than more traditional mechanical key switches and feel more like a high quality membrane or scissor keyboard.
Value : 58%
The G915 is the most expensive Logitech gaming keyboard. Unless wireless was a key deciding factor, I think the Logitech G810 is better value and includes what I feel are better Logitech Romer-G mechanical key switches.
Non Braided USB-A
LIGHTSPEED Wireless, Bluetooth
Key Switch Model(s)
Logitech Low Profile GL Clicky, Tactile or Linear
Removable Key Switches