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Logitech G413 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Model: 920-008300
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Logitech G413 Mechanical Backlit Gaming Keyboard delivers unrivaled performance, technologies and features in a thoughtfully balanced design. Featuring Romer-G? switches, G413 provides unparalleled speed, responsiveness and durability.

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Logitech G413 Mechanical Backlit Gaming Keyboard delivers unrivaled performance, technologies and features in a thoughtfully balanced design. Featuring Romer-G? switches, G413 provides unparalleled speed, responsiveness and durability.Logitech G413 Gaming Keyboard

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars
Well worth consideration
> For those of us who have just one computer keyboard is a dual purpose unit. For Gaming and then for regular computer use. I am sure the look of the keyboard is more important to Gamers. The Logitech G412 Carbon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard has a magical look. It is full size but looks compact and the handsome brushed surface of the aluminum plate covering the plastic base is right up Gamers alley. However the aluminum plate has an almost sharp edge but I don't think it could cut you. No instructions come with the keyboard except a small piece of paper showing the two cable ends. You only need to connect one to your computer if you are not going to use the USB port on the back side of the keyboared. I could not find anything to download at the Logitech website in the way of instructions except for the program you use to set the board up for gaming. Inside that program is the control the adjust the brightness for the red backlighted keys. There does not seem to be a memory for that setting as each time you turn off your computer and restart it the red key indicator lights are on full brightness and that may not appeal to some users. You have to open the keyboard program and then they magically return to the brightness level you had set them to the last time. > > Logitech calls the mechanical switches it uses in the keys Romer-G and they have a different feel than keys of other keyboards. I find that they actuate much faster than keys on other brands of keyboards, they take a bit less pressure and less movement. The space bar feels a little loose compared to the others keys. > > For gaming use the keyboard is tops. 12 alternate key caps come with it with slightly different shaped top surfaces for those who search keys in the dark by feel and it may be easier to keep your fingers on them. I did not find them to be preferred over the ones that come installed on the keyboard. > > For normal computer use the keyboard is very nice and I find I can type much faster than with any other keyboards because of the instant action of the keys and slightly less travel required. This is not a quiet keyboard and that may bother some people. Overall I rate this keyboard tops in value and performance.
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Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Poorly designed junk
My current daily driver for a keyboard is a wireless Logitech K800. I've been through loads of Logitech keyboards, and this one is my favorite so far. So that's what I'm comparing this to. My first impression of the G413, pulling it out of the box, was that it looked and felt high quality. Don't be fooled, it's just heavy. That's what happens when you add metal to something. The only high quality elements of this keyboard are the cable and the rubber footings. I'll also give them the key backlights, which look pretty clean, if you're into lighting on keyboards. I'm not. The rest is just a facade, though. Brushed aluminum doesn't make a product good. The design, in terms of day to day practicality, is terrible - so terrible that I'm not using it to write this review. For something we touch constantly, it's not tactilely pleasing. The edges of the aluminum are sharp and abrupt, and the key edges have no curvature. Some people might like this, but I don't. No wrist rest, but I can only assume that's because this is a "gaming" keyboard, and most people using it would have a separate wrist rest of their own. I put tactile dots all over my primary keyboard, so I definitely like the inclusion of tactile keys, but it doesn't make up for the overall poor feeling quality of the keyboard. The keys are wobbly and the keystrokes don't feel like anything special to me, despite having Logitech's "Romer-G Tactile" switches. Feels pretty average. My K800's keystrokes are much more pleasant IMO. This is where this keyboard lost me for good: The function/media keys. 1.) No dedicated volume buttons. Plenty of room, but nope. 2.) You have to download their software to activate function lock. Really? 3.) If you do download their software and activate function lock, primary keys overlap. Mute overlaps with printscreen, and previous track overlaps with F11 (frequently used for fullscreen). Unnecessary design flaws for such an expensive keyboard, if you ask me. With all of the experience Logitech has making keyboard, I expected better. Junk.
Most helpful positive review
5 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars
Well worth consideration
> For those of us who have just one computer keyboard is a dual purpose unit. For Gaming and then for regular computer use. I am sure the look of the keyboard is more important to Gamers. The Logitech G412 Carbon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard has a magical look. It is full size but looks compact and the handsome brushed surface of the aluminum plate covering the plastic base is right up Gamers alley. However the aluminum plate has an almost sharp edge but I don't think it could cut you. No instructions come with the keyboard except a small piece of paper showing the two cable ends. You only need to connect one to your computer if you are not going to use the USB port on the back side of the keyboared. I could not find anything to download at the Logitech website in the way of instructions except for the program you use to set the board up for gaming. Inside that program is the control the adjust the brightness for the red backlighted keys. There does not seem to be a memory for that setting as each time you turn off your computer and restart it the red key indicator lights are on full brightness and that may not appeal to some users. You have to open the keyboard program and then they magically return to the brightness level you had set them to the last time. > > Logitech calls the mechanical switches it uses in the keys Romer-G and they have a different feel than keys of other keyboards. I find that they actuate much faster than keys on other brands of keyboards, they take a bit less pressure and less movement. The space bar feels a little loose compared to the others keys. > > For gaming use the keyboard is tops. 12 alternate key caps come with it with slightly different shaped top surfaces for those who search keys in the dark by feel and it may be easier to keep your fingers on them. I did not find them to be preferred over the ones that come installed on the keyboard. > > For normal computer use the keyboard is very nice and I find I can type much faster than with any other keyboards because of the instant action of the keys and slightly less travel required. This is not a quiet keyboard and that may bother some people. Overall I rate this keyboard tops in value and performance.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Poorly designed junk
My current daily driver for a keyboard is a wireless Logitech K800. I've been through loads of Logitech keyboards, and this one is my favorite so far. So that's what I'm comparing this to. My first impression of the G413, pulling it out of the box, was that it looked and felt high quality. Don't be fooled, it's just heavy. That's what happens when you add metal to something. The only high quality elements of this keyboard are the cable and the rubber footings. I'll also give them the key backlights, which look pretty clean, if you're into lighting on keyboards. I'm not. The rest is just a facade, though. Brushed aluminum doesn't make a product good. The design, in terms of day to day practicality, is terrible - so terrible that I'm not using it to write this review. For something we touch constantly, it's not tactilely pleasing. The edges of the aluminum are sharp and abrupt, and the key edges have no curvature. Some people might like this, but I don't. No wrist rest, but I can only assume that's because this is a "gaming" keyboard, and most people using it would have a separate wrist rest of their own. I put tactile dots all over my primary keyboard, so I definitely like the inclusion of tactile keys, but it doesn't make up for the overall poor feeling quality of the keyboard. The keys are wobbly and the keystrokes don't feel like anything special to me, despite having Logitech's "Romer-G Tactile" switches. Feels pretty average. My K800's keystrokes are much more pleasant IMO. This is where this keyboard lost me for good: The function/media keys. 1.) No dedicated volume buttons. Plenty of room, but nope. 2.) You have to download their software to activate function lock. Really? 3.) If you do download their software and activate function lock, primary keys overlap. Mute overlaps with printscreen, and previous track overlaps with F11 (frequently used for fullscreen). Unnecessary design flaws for such an expensive keyboard, if you ask me. With all of the experience Logitech has making keyboard, I expected better. Junk.
> For those of us who have just one computer keyboard is a dual purpose unit. For Gaming and then for regular computer use. I am sure the look of the keyboard is more important to Gamers. The Logitech G412 Carbon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard has a magical look. It is full size but looks compact and the handsome brushed surface of the aluminum plate covering the plastic base is right up Gamers alley. However the aluminum plate has an almost sharp edge but I don't think it could cut you. No instructions come with the keyboard except a small piece of paper showing the two cable ends. You only need to connect one to your computer if you are not going to use the USB port on the back side of the keyboared. I could not find anything to download at the Logitech website in the way of instructions except for the program you use to set the board up for gaming. Inside that program is the control the adjust the brightness for the red backlighted keys. There does not seem to be a memory for that setting as each time you turn off your computer and restart it the red key indicator lights are on full brightness and that may not appeal to some users. You have to open the keyboard program and then they magically return to the brightness level you had set them to the last time. > > Logitech calls the mechanical switches it uses in the keys Romer-G and they have a different feel than keys of other keyboards. I find that they actuate much faster than keys on other brands of keyboards, they take a bit less pressure and less movement. The space bar feels a little loose compared to the others keys. > > For gaming use the keyboard is tops. 12 alternate key caps come with it with slightly different shaped top surfaces for those who search keys in the dark by feel and it may be easier to keep your fingers on them. I did not find them to be preferred over the ones that come installed on the keyboard. > > For normal computer use the keyboard is very nice and I find I can type much faster than with any other keyboards because of the instant action of the keys and slightly less travel required. This is not a quiet keyboard and that may bother some people. Overall I rate this keyboard tops in value and performance.
My current daily driver for a keyboard is a wireless Logitech K800. I've been through loads of Logitech keyboards, and this one is my favorite so far. So that's what I'm comparing this to. My first impression of the G413, pulling it out of the box, was that it looked and felt high quality. Don't be fooled, it's just heavy. That's what happens when you add metal to something. The only high quality elements of this keyboard are the cable and the rubber footings. I'll also give them the key backlights, which look pretty clean, if you're into lighting on keyboards. I'm not. The rest is just a facade, though. Brushed aluminum doesn't make a product good. The design, in terms of day to day practicality, is terrible - so terrible that I'm not using it to write this review. For something we touch constantly, it's not tactilely pleasing. The edges of the aluminum are sharp and abrupt, and the key edges have no curvature. Some people might like this, but I don't. No wrist rest, but I can only assume that's because this is a "gaming" keyboard, and most people using it would have a separate wrist rest of their own. I put tactile dots all over my primary keyboard, so I definitely like the inclusion of tactile keys, but it doesn't make up for the overall poor feeling quality of the keyboard. The keys are wobbly and the keystrokes don't feel like anything special to me, despite having Logitech's "Romer-G Tactile" switches. Feels pretty average. My K800's keystrokes are much more pleasant IMO. This is where this keyboard lost me for good: The function/media keys. 1.) No dedicated volume buttons. Plenty of room, but nope. 2.) You have to download their software to activate function lock. Really? 3.) If you do download their software and activate function lock, primary keys overlap. Mute overlaps with printscreen, and previous track overlaps with F11 (frequently used for fullscreen). Unnecessary design flaws for such an expensive keyboard, if you ask me. With all of the experience Logitech has making keyboard, I expected better. Junk.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Not just for Gamers!

I ordered this product for my Father who is visually impaired. The back lighting has been a big help in seeing the keys. This model does have adjustable light level, but this model only has bright red. Another model has a white backlight.

There is a second USB connection and you can connect behind the keyboard. If you use the second USB port you will have to have another connection on your device ( keyboard).

The keys have a special "resistance" feature were you can get a better feel for keystrokes. They also have markers to help find common hot keys.

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Hello SeaWater! Thanks for your feedback and for being a loyal Logitech customer. We're happy to hear your father is enjoying his G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard and it's backlit keys! There is another option with white backlit keys as you mentioned above, which is called the G413 Silver. - Mathieu from Logitech
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

It's corded

Let's say this right at the start: It is a corded keyboard. The cord is 6-feet long, so it gives you some room but not total mobility. It also requires two USB ports to plug-in. Why? I don't know, it just does...and that's where my complaints are.

Some instructions would be nice! I don't want to sound like a grumpy old man, but the attached photo shows the included instructions, and the website listed takes you to a PDF of the same piece of paper. If you go to Logitech's product page, there you can find out what the extra buttons are for, along with needed download you'll need for them.

The keyboard itself is fantastic, and substantial. The only thing missing, for me, is included dedicated media keys--you know the volume up, down, mute, play/pause, stop. Yes, I know there's hot keys for them but I like the one touch of volume up or down. Beyond that, this is a serious keyboard.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

The best keyboard I have ever seen!!!!!

I don't play games in the way this keyboard is actually designed so I took it to work where I do a lot of typing and some graphic design. At first touch I had the feeling I get when I sit in a luxury automobile. I would equate typing on this keyboard to riding in a Bentley. The keys are much taller than on my previous keyboard which took all of 30 seconds to get used to. The responsiveness also far exceeds that of my previous keyboard. I love the weight also. This keyboard does not constantly slip out of reach and actually feels as if it were nailed to the desk. I never realized how many problems I was tolerating because I just did not know how good it could be.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

So worth it!

I got this for my big gaming millenial sons. The computer I bought them just last year was sold as a gaming computer. So you would think the keyboard it came with would be good. It was just good, this Logitech is great! The keys symbols are etched in, not just painted. It's made out of aluminum, strong and sturdy. Keys are responsive and the red light is especially impressive at night, giving an aura of a military operation!

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Very classy, subtle, yet incredibly feature pack'd

Man, where do I begin? Theres 999 pros to this keyboard and Ill start with the looks, and solid feel of the board itself. Its a lightweight aluminum keyboard that is heavy enough to hold its own weight on your desk, it includes adjustable feet to give it a slight incline, and doesnt feel like a dragster lol. The keys are very responsive and the feel, while it isnt IBM Clicky style, is still extremely satisfying, and you can tell if youve missed a key or not, if you even slightly bump a key with your sausage fingers, you probably will end up weigthj letrters asnd words like that. Take it as you will, I LOVE the sensitivity, it alllows me to rocket type as quiet as a mouse. Another SUPER plus is the Full Power USB 2.0 port on the back. I put my finger print reader in here but you can use it for whatever you like and it will charge your phone at least as fast as a port on the computer will. The backlighting is absolutely beautiful, and the only gripe I have is that it only has one color (Red). It is however the most readable in all conditions and doesnt hurt your eyes or distract you at all. Using the GHUB app you can customize it a tad. Also comes with replaceable (ASDFWER12345) finger fitting keys for your favorite games to have better home buttons, as well as a tool for pulling them. This is an incredible overall example of a GOOD VALUE and HIGH QUALITY GAMING TIER keyboard from Logitech. Incredible job!

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Well worth consideration

> For those of us who have just one computer keyboard is a dual purpose unit. For Gaming and then for regular computer use. I am sure the look of the keyboard is more important to Gamers. The Logitech G412 Carbon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard has a magical look. It is full size but looks compact and the handsome brushed surface of the aluminum plate covering the plastic base is right up Gamers alley. However the aluminum plate has an almost sharp edge but I don't think it could cut you. No instructions come with the keyboard except a small piece of paper showing the two cable ends. You only need to connect one to your computer if you are not going to use the USB port on the back side of the keyboared. I could not find anything to download at the Logitech website in the way of instructions except for the program you use to set the board up for gaming. Inside that program is the control the adjust the brightness for the red backlighted keys. There does not seem to be a memory for that setting as each time you turn off your computer and restart it the red key indicator lights are on full brightness and that may not appeal to some users. You have to open the keyboard program and then they magically return to the brightness level you had set them to the last time.

>

> Logitech calls the mechanical switches it uses in the keys Romer-G and they have a different feel than keys of other keyboards. I find that they actuate much faster than keys on other brands of keyboards, they take a bit less pressure and less movement. The space bar feels a little loose compared to the others keys.

>

> For gaming use the keyboard is tops. 12 alternate key caps come with it with slightly different shaped top surfaces for those who search keys in the dark by feel and it may be easier to keep your fingers on them. I did not find them to be preferred over the ones that come installed on the keyboard.

>

> For normal computer use the keyboard is very nice and I find I can type much faster than with any other keyboards because of the instant action of the keys and slightly less travel required. This is not a quiet keyboard and that may bother some people.

Overall I rate this keyboard tops in value and performance.

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Hi Maury! Glad to see you're enjoying your G413 Gaming Keyboard! But, if you have any questions, check out the Logitech support page at https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us/articles/360024317713 Continue to enjoy!
Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Great keyboard for Gamer

This keyboard just feels great. It has a nice subdued and classy look and that white backlit is really nice. The keys aren't too loud and feel nice and responsive. Overall it is good quality and nice weight so it doesn't move around when using it. Having owned Cherry MX Blue keyboards in the past, I was a bit skeptical at first on these mechanical switches, but they are decently satisfying for typing and gaming. I wish it had multi color option so the keys and backlit color can be changed. Overall very good keyboard for regular and gaming use.

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Very nice keyboard!

I have never owned a mechanical keyboard and am huge fan of Logitech products. In fact, all of the mice and aftermarket keyboards that I've ever purchased in owning personal compters for the last 30 years have been Logitech products. This specific Logitech gaming keyboard, the model G413, has an MSRP of $89.99 (according to Logitech's website) and a street price of about $65.

The factory packaging is sleek and well-designed. Since this is a gaming keyboard, the replacement gaming keycaps (numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and letters Q, W, E, R, A, S, and D) are individually vacuum-sealed in a thick plastic strip along with a small plastic keycap pulling tool. The only product inserts are two small single squares of paper: one merely shows a diagram of how to plug in the USB connectors and the other is the 2-year product warranty information.

The first thing that I noticed upon removing the keyboard from its packaging was its weight. Having owned keyboards for years that are primarly all-plastic construction, I was pleasantly surprised at this keyboard's heft. The aluminum alloy chassis and body cause this G413 to weigh almost 2.5 pounds. Of course, since the keyboard obviously sits on the top of my desk, the weight is not a negative feature, but rather tends to indicate to me the keyboard's solid construction.

My specific model is the G413 Carbon which means that it's a very dark gray with red backlit keys - the silver-colored model has white backlit keys. While there are five (5) fixed brightness levels for the backlighting, the red color is itself fixed as well and that's the only color available. I would have preferred a RGB backlight keyboard, but the red color at a medium brightness level is just fine. At this price point, the backlighting should be RGB.

The Logitech G413 does not have a palm rest. At this price point, the G413 keyboard should have a detachable palm rest.

The connection cable is almost 6 feet long and has a nylon braided cover, making it feel very sturdy and durable. The end of the cable is split into a "Y," terminating into two (2) USB connectors. One connector is for the keyboard itself and the other USB connector is for the passthrough USB 2.0 connector located on the back edge of the keyboard. This keyboard requires two (2) available USB ports if the passthrough USB port is to be used. Yes, you can only plug in the one USB plug making the keyboard operational and not take advantage of the keyboard's USB port. However, at this price point, the passthrough USB connector on the keyboard should be at least USB 3.0 and it should really be USB 3.1.

The mechanical keyboard is a dream to type on. You can easily feel the click of the individual keys and with Logitech's reputation for quality, it should last for many, many years. The sound of the click is neither too loud nor distracting. In fact, the sensation of typing on a mechanical keyboard is much different than a membrane keyboard and is vaguely reminiscient of the old IBM Model M keyboards from 30-35 years ago. Since I grew up typing on the Model M keyboards with its buckling spring key technology, this G413 mechanical keyboard is absolutely perfect.

Overall, there are three (3) improvements for Logitech to consider on this G413 mechanical keyboard: the backlighting should be RGB, the keyboard's USB port should be 3.0 or 3.1, and the G413 should come with a detachable palm rest. It is for these reasons that I rate this Logitech G413 keyboard at four (4) stars.

Note: In exchange for this Logitech G413 gaming keyboard through Walmart's Spark Reviewer program, I was asked to post an honest, detailed, and unbiased review.

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Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Poorly designed junk

My current daily driver for a keyboard is a wireless Logitech K800. I've been through loads of Logitech keyboards, and this one is my favorite so far. So that's what I'm comparing this to.

My first impression of the G413, pulling it out of the box, was that it looked and felt high quality. Don't be fooled, it's just heavy. That's what happens when you add metal to something. The only high quality elements of this keyboard are the cable and the rubber footings. I'll also give them the key backlights, which look pretty clean, if you're into lighting on keyboards. I'm not. The rest is just a facade, though. Brushed aluminum doesn't make a product good.

The design, in terms of day to day practicality, is terrible - so terrible that I'm not using it to write this review.

For something we touch constantly, it's not tactilely pleasing. The edges of the aluminum are sharp and abrupt, and the key edges have no curvature. Some people might like this, but I don't. No wrist rest, but I can only assume that's because this is a "gaming" keyboard, and most people using it would have a separate wrist rest of their own.

I put tactile dots all over my primary keyboard, so I definitely like the inclusion of tactile keys, but it doesn't make up for the overall poor feeling quality of the keyboard. The keys are wobbly and the keystrokes don't feel like anything special to me, despite having Logitech's "Romer-G Tactile" switches. Feels pretty average. My K800's keystrokes are much more pleasant IMO.

This is where this keyboard lost me for good: The function/media keys.

1.) No dedicated volume buttons. Plenty of room, but nope.

2.) You have to download their software to activate function lock. Really?

3.) If you do download their software and activate function lock, primary keys overlap. Mute overlaps with printscreen, and previous track overlaps with F11 (frequently used for fullscreen).

Unnecessary design flaws for such an expensive keyboard, if you ask me. With all of the experience Logitech has making keyboard, I expected better.

Junk.

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Hello KingAndrew! Sorry to hear you've had a bad experience with your G413 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Although this keyboard is aiming more at the Gaming crowd, I can understand your need of separate media keys for general everyday use. The idea behind this keyboard's design is to keep all of the Gamer's needs close at hand on a smaller keyboard frame, hence the double functionality for some of the function keys, giving you more possibilities with the inclusion of the media keys as an option instead of taking them out completely. The Logitech Gaming Software will allow you to reassign those other commands from the F keys that you use (like printscreen and others) among the remaining F keys if you don't want them to overlap. Again, I understand it does require a bit more personalization than larger keyboard with full separate media keys (G910 Orion Spectrum would be a good example!), but the G413 is still a very good Gaming keyboard. - Mathieu from Logitech
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Great keyboard crippled by junky Romer G keys

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Don't waste your money. Spend a little more and get something with more reliable switch and keycap design. I'm not a gamer, but I did learn to touch type many years ago on a manual typewriter, and my first PC had an IBM Model M keyboard, so I have a somewhat heavy touch. I don't think I'm any worse though than a hardcore gamer. I had a fairly new keyboard from a startup I bought on sale fail about 3 months in. I had a project I was working on, so I needed something immediately, so I headed down to Walmart. Thought this looked like a good deal on something that would hold up, after all I've had $10 keyboards last for years with no problem other than the keys were mushy. Less than a year in, this keyboard is proving to be nice looking junk. The first problem, the LED backlight behind F5 went out. not a big deal. Now one of the control keys and arrow keys will not stay on. the legs inside were breaking off. Did some research, and this is a common problem with these keys. Seems the very small "legs" of which there are 4 inside each key, ten to snap off inside the slot in the key, necessitating replacement of the WHOLE KEY, not just the keycap. Looks like an inherent flaw in the Romer G key switch design. Lots of chatter on the web about this very issue, especially on this model. I'm gonna spend about double what this keyboard costs and get a keyboard on sale that has Cheery style keys. Avoid this junk. If you don't have $100 to get a better keyboard right now, get a $10 keyboard to get by with until you can afford a really good keyboard.

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