|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Logitech G413 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with USB Passthrough – Carbon
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- The Romer-G™mechanical switch is purpose-built for pro-grade performance, responsiveness and durability.
- Romer-G is also purpose-designed for precise and clean lighting through the keycap. Keys are always visible and never distracting, especially during late night gaming sessions
- Additional USB cable connects the USB pass-through port to its own input for 100% power throughout and data speed. Plug in a device to charge or plug in a mouse to charge your adversaries
- FULL FUNCTION KEYS: Function (FN) keys let you control volume, play and pause, skip track, mute, toggle lighting, enter game mode, etc.
- The brushed aluminum-magnesium alloy top case serves as the keyboard’s backbone. The result is a minimal design balanced with a full set of features
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What's in the Box:
- Gaming keyboard.
- Gaming keycaps.
- Keycap puller.
- User documentation.
- System Requirements: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 or later; 1 USB port for keyboard; 1 USB port for USB passthrough; Internet access for Logitech Gaming Software.
Logitech G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Pure performance design
G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard delivers unrivaled performance, as well as advanced technologies and features. Featuring Romer-G switches, used by eSports professionals worldwide, G413 provides unparalleled speed, responsiveness and durability. The lightweight, high-strength 5052 aluminum alloy top case adds rigidity and a premium look while achieving the slim, blade-like form factor.
- A perfect balance of simplicity and capability
- Quieter, faster, more durable Romer-G mechanical switch
- Balanced, simple and feature-rich performance design
- Integrated, separate USB passthrough port
- Aircraft-grade aluminium alloy top case
The Romer-G mechanical switch is purpose-built for pro-grade performance, responsiveness and durability. The short-throw actuation at 1.5mm is up to 25% faster. A perfect blend of speed, precision and quiet performance, Romer-G is the stealth assassin of mechanical gaming keyboard switches.
Precision Key Lighting
Full Function Keys: Media Control Is Built-in
Use FN keys to control volume, play and pause, skip track, mute, toggle lighting, enter game mode, etc.* Use the FN toggle feature in Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) to configure F keys to perform media commands by default. Even with a clean and simple design, G413 is packed with the features gamers want.
* Game mode and custom macro programming require downloadable Logitech Gaming Software.
Gaming Keycaps: Additional Gaming Keycaps & Puller Included
12 additional keycaps come with G413 keyboard, so you can upgrade critical gaming keys to be as heroic as your gameplay. Swap them fast and easy with the included puller to remove your Romer-G keycaps.
Built to Game: 26-Key Rollover, Anti-Ghosting & Game Mode
Press multiple keys plus modifier keys (Control, Alt, Shift) in any order and get just what you intended with 26-key rollover. Performance-tuned anti-ghosting gives you reliable control when multiple gaming commands are given simultaneously. Toggle game mode with FN+F8 to disable the Windows key. Deactivate additional keys using LGS.
Programmable Macros: Simplify Complex Tasks
Use Logitech Gaming Software to program custom functions and macro commands on F1-F12 buttons. Make your gamer life easier. Execute complex commands, or unleash a timed series of actions or spells with the press of a button.
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|Switches||Logitech G Mech-Dome||Romer-G mechanical switches||Romer-G mechanical switches||Romer-G mechanical switches||Romer-G mechanical switches|
|Programmable keys||12 programmable function keys||12 programmable function keys||12 programmable function keys||12 programmable function keys||9 programmable G-keys Up to 27 programmable function keys|
|Dedicated media controls||✔||-||-||✔||✔|
|Multi-key inputs with anti-ghosting||5 key rollover||26 key rollover||26 key rollover||26 key rollover||26 key rollover|
|Logitech Gaming Software for easy customization||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
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|Are Batteries Included||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Are Batteries Required||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Color||—||RGB LED||RGB||White LED||—||Black|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB 2.0||USB 3.0||USB 2.0||USB||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||1.4 x 17.5 x 5.1 in||6.6 x 18.9 x 1.4 in||6.7 x 17.6 x 1.57 in||6 x 17.5 x 1.4 in||5.2 x 1.5 x 18.15 in||6.7 x 18.3 x 1.4 in|
|Item Weight||2.43 lbs||1.8 lbs||2.65 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.35 lbs||2.92 lbs|
G413 Mechanical Backlit Gaming Keyboard delivers unrivaled performance, technologies and features in a thoughtfully balanced design. Featuring Romer-Gswitches, G413 provides unparalleled speed, responsiveness and durability.
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I think Logitech has done a good job in achieving this with the G413, though it’s not perfect.
The G413 comes in 2 flavors: Carbon and Silver. The Carbon is a darker theme with red backlighting, and the silver, the one I have, obviously features a silver metal plate with white-ish lighting. And it’s freaking beautiful.
The compact nature of the keyboard is the first thing I noticed. It’s not any longer or wider than it needs to be, but it doesn’t cram the keys together. It’s super slim, I absolutely love it - especially with my multi-keyboard workspace. I complemented the G810 on not taking up as much space as most gaming keyboards, but this is even thinner.
The keys all sit above the backplate, allowing dust and crumbs to easily be cleaned up, and giving it a very nice look. The white backlit Romer-G switches shine off of the aluminum-magnesium alloy silver plate, revealing one of my issues. The silver plate does a great job at highlighting just how blue white LEDs can be. At a glance it might look white, but look at it long enough and it starts to look very blue. Thankfully, blue and silver still go well together.
The font here isn’t obnoxious or gamery. I find it kind of pleasant. The keycaps are nice to use, but they actually include more “tactile” keycaps for Q W E R A S D and 1-5, for gamers who really want to feel their gamer keys doing gamer things while they game at a gamer.
No, but really, I do appreciate the inclusion and the fact that they’re optional. Especially since Romer-G switches and Cherry keycaps don’t exactly get along.
A function key is included, adding media keys to F9 through F12 and the Printscreen, Scroll lock, and pause buttons, as well as a brightness toggle to F7, and a “Game Mode” to F8. Strangely, they only included LED indicators for caps lock and game mode. I love the sleek design of these indicators, but they totally had room for at least NumLock, and I would have really preferred they keep it on there.
This time the Logitech G logo does not light up, and actually looks pretty slick in the corner.
Behind the corner logo is a USB port. This is where I have another problem with the keyboard… The USB port is on the right side, which means anything you plug into it might interfere with your mouse usage. Since the USB cable isn’t detachable, you’re stuck with this monstrosity. Okay, it’s not that bad - it’s a thick, soft braided cable that’s a joy to run until it clings a ton of dust. BUT the dual USB ends for both the keyboard and passthrough, with no indication of which port you need for just they keyboard really bugs me.
Back to good points. The keyboard is heavy for its size, and super rugged. No flex, and it won’t slide out of the way while you’re using it. The rubber feet and solid risers on the bottom do a lot to help this, as well.
The Romer-G switches are a delight to type on. As I mentioned in my G810 review, they have a short actuation time, making them feel a little “stubby” on first use, but very easy to use once you get used to it. They feel way more comfortable to type on than almost any MX switch I’ve used with my hand issues, and they’re a lot quieter. I plan to make a full separate sound comparison video, but here’s a quick sound sample:
Overall, this is a very beautiful keyboard. Logitech appears to have reached a point of realizing the keyboard market needs less gamer-y flair, and more slick designs, and they have delivered! For only 90 bucks, too. I would love to see them support Mac and Linux more with their software, though.
It seems they went with a sleek design with the way the keys are raised on the metal plate on top. If any hair or dust falls in between the keys, instead of getting stuck in a "pit" in the keyboard, one can just brush it off easily, as the metal plate is flat. Keys themselves are responsive and much quieter than my previous keyboard that had brown mx switches. The red LED on the keys I'm actually not a fan of (too bright even on the lowest brightness), but I tend to have those off because they are distracting anyway. Edges of the keyboard are slim (1/4 inch from the nearest key to the edge on all sides). It's compact without being a "compact" keyboard just by utilizing space well. Look at the pictures and compare with other "gaming" mechanical keyboards.
The USB cable is firmly attached and has a mesh protective wiring, so it would be pretty hard to unintentionally damage the cable. The double USB cable was a little confusing at first, but the second one is just a "pass-through" to the USB slot on the keyboard. Essentially, you don't have to reach behind your PC to plug in something with the second USB cable plugged in. Keyboard still works without using the second USB too if you have no slots left.
Honestly, this has everything I want in a keyboard. I don't need any fancy bells or whistles (although this does have some if you want). I just wanted a mechanical keyboard with a standard keyboard layout that is sturdy. The efficient use of space on the keyboard makes me one happy camper. A lot of other mechanical keyboards are just way too big for a keyboard tray.
I've been trying to find an excuse to buy a second one, just as a backup or a gift, or something. I LOVE this keyboard. Buy it.
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