Logitech G512 Mechanical Keyboard Announced with three different key switch choices

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This morning Logitech has announced another option in their lineup of mechanical gaming keyboards. The new G512 which will retail for £109.99 later this month has the option of three different key switch choices to fit personal player preferences –

  • Tactile – for a discernible actuation for gamers who prefer direct feedback
  • Linear – for a smooth keystroke
  • GX Blue – for snappy actuation you can feel and hear (also now available on the Logitech G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

The GX Blue switch is a new addition to the Logitech switch line-up which should help appease fans of the popular Cherry MX Blue.

The Logitech G512 is a high-performance mechanical gaming keyboard built on the award-winning design of the G413 and G513.

The keyboard also features a slim, premium design with rigid durability, and customisable light and animation effects linking to approximately 16.8 million colours.

Powered by Logitech G’s exclusive LIGHTSYNC technology, the Logitech G512 takes RGB lighting to the next level. Light and animation effects can be customized across approximately 16.8 million colours, with four lighting zones using the free Logitech Gaming Software (LGS).

The Logitech G512 features an anodized and brushed aircraft-grade 5052 aluminium top case for a slim, premium design with rigid durability. An integrated USB cable connects the USB 2.0 passthrough port to its own input for 100 percent power throughout. The mechanical gaming keyboard is available in Carbon (Black).

The Logitech G512 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with choice of Tactile, Linear or GX Blue key switches is expected to be available at global retailers beginning June 2018 for a suggested retail price of £109.99. The Logitech G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with GX Blue key switches is expected to be available in the United States, Canada and select countries in Europe beginning June 2018

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