|Altura do produto||1.34 polegadas|
|Largura do produto||17.9 polegadas|
|Tecnologia de conexão||USB|
|Pilhas ou baterias inclusas||Não|
|Peso do produto||1.13 kg|
|Número do modelo||920-009342|
|Funciona a bateria ou pilha?||Não|
Logitech G512 tátil e linear, Tactile
Não temos previsão de quando este produto estará disponível novamente.
|Descrição do teclado||Jogos|
|Tecnologia de conexão||USB|
|Dispositivos compatíveis||Console de jogos|
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- it functions in Linux unlike Corsair keyboards that need an external service to poll correctly. (Note the Logitech software doesn't, you'll need Mac/Windows if you're going to do any configuration to it).
- The switches feel like cherry reds and the design are like cherry reds including the cross switch pattern, so likely these are a logitech knockoff, but they feel good.
- They do have RGB light bleed unlike the Romer-g switches but that's fine, I've only used MX switches in the past and I think they look really good in comparison.
- Actuation point is quite sensitive (this is a pro to me)
- Great to type on (I've been typing/programming on reds for years and I like the feel of these)
- Great typing sound (Not too loud, but obviously still mechanical)
- Minimalist and not gamery in anyway. Very low key outside of the RGB.
- Rear USB port.
- Nice weight and little if at all deck flex. Very solid and heavy-feeling keyboard.
- Logitech got cheap and instead of having three switches for the spacebar and two for larger keys (ducky does this), they use a metal retaining bar like on older keyboards. While the key stabilization feels pretty solid, there is a bit of a muffled feel when hitting the side of say the spacebar or backspace key. I would have easily paid an extra 10 bucks for those to be extra switches to have a more uniformed feel. (and no I don't want the G513 because I don't care about a wrist rest and the gamer keycaps)
- Logitech support, so if you go to their website and look up the g512 there is a product page but their support center has nothing on it. I don't really want to drag my box back out again to read the manual but it seems like they have a product gap in their database. Kinda garbo.
- Cord for the keyboard isn't removable (though to me this is really a pro, my ducky would constantly disconnect as a result of the 'removable' cord)
- No dedicated multimedia buttons. (though they exist using the FN key)
- No Linux software support is a drag, but I can work around that.
Overall very good keyboard with some quirks. I think it does feel better, looks better, and it functions better than say the Corsair strife or K70. I don't think they keyboard typing feels as nice as typing on the ducky but I like it better overall and you really can't beat the price.
TL;DR: Good performance to value here if you're looking for an attractive minimalist keyboard with decent switches.
The body is much heavier than I expected, due in part to what I think is a brushed aluminum surface that doesn't scratch, and gives it a cooling effect to the touch. I thought the weight would make it awkward but it actually helps the board stay in place and feels very premium. There is a USB input in the backside which is really useful for quick swaps instead of having to reach to the PC to change the input. I use it to plug in my mouse -- oddly, to make use of this, the keyboard's USB braided cable splits into two inputs on the end, but as long as you have two open USB slots on your PC, it's no problem at all.
The software is extremely easy to use and includes a "Game" mode that can toggle keys to serve as macro functions or to be disabled -- I personally never use Caps Lock, so I have fully disabled that key. It's wonderfully convenient. The only shortcoming, and I would say this is the only complaint I could reasonably give about the keyboard, is that the lighting effects and RGB customization are very limited compared to competitors like Corsair and Razer. However, a software update someday could very easily fix that.
Leading up to getting this keyboard, I bought and returned a couple of others -- I tried the Steelseries Apex 3 was cheaply built and the 5's blue keys were monumentally loud (otherwise an amazing keyboard) and the 7 was too large a jump in price to justify basically just quieter keys, and the Razer I tried had an awful keypress squeak. Somehow this dodged my searches until I was about to give up and buy something else I knew I wouldn't like. This one is well-built, looks and feels beautiful, is packed with features, does exactly what I want and expect... I just love it!
Again, beware if you decide to purchase this keyboard with this switch selection. Unfortunately for me / fortunately for logitech, I absolutely love the layout of the keyboard and the Romer G switch. So I'm returning this item and giving the product another shot.