Product Comparison: Logitech G815 vs Logitech G915
- Super thin but heavy enough not to move around at all. Stable as a rock.
- The keyboard has a slightly smaller footprint than other keyboards.
- The board itself is very thin & not too heavy, very sturdy, the build quality is second to none, the fit n finish is excellent.
- Absolutely gorgeous quality! It's solid and heavy for a keyboard of this size and I couldn't wait to get it hooked up and install the Logitech G Hub software.
- The exterior is constructed of a somewhat heavy but very solid feeling metal.
- Fast. Like really, noticeably faster. My typing speed instantly increased.
- Butter smooth linear keystrokes, no muss, no fuss, no click.
- I love that there are dedicated media and shortcut buttons that are fully configurable through the Logitech software.
- The keys are responsive, have a nice-but-not-obnoxious click and I'm getting zero repeating key issues.
- The caps lock and num lock lights are white, rather bright, and not adjustable.
- Really, super programmable per key. For example I have just the logo to do a lighting effect while the other keys are static.
- The build quality feels very solid, it looks super sharp on my desk, and the low-profile switches are among my favorite.
- It's loaded with features, the RGB looks vibrant and evenly-lit.
- Needs TWO USB plugs. One with a KB symbol, the other with a USB symbol. Don't like this connection.
- There's no wrist rest, I guess because it's so low, but I do miss it.