Tired of your mouse slamming into the size your keyboard while you're trying to pull off a 180° no-scope? Or perhaps you just want more space on your computer desk?
Either way, there's good news for you cause Logitech has just launched the G913 TKL, which is essentially a tenkeyless version of their G913 wireless mechanical gaming keyboard.
If you're wondering why it's called the 'G915' instead of 'G913' in the video, it's because the model naming differs from region to region for some reason.
Except for its size, the G913 TKL offers the same range of features as its larger sibling, including Logitech's LIGHTSPEED wireless tech with a 1ms report rate, low-profile switches, and the glorious RGB lighting that gamers can't seem to live without.
Since it's a wireless keyboard, battery life is one of the concerns that immediately comes to mind. With the LIGHTSPEED RGB turned off, the battery will last a whopping 135 days; with the RGB turned on however, its lasting power drops drastically to 40 hours, which means you'll probably have to juice it up every few days or so.
The Logitech G913 TKL wireless mechanical gaming keyboard retails for RM929, RM70 cheaper than its full-sized sibling. It comes in 3 different switches: GL linear, GL tactile, and GL clicky, which are pretty self-explanatory. No matter your preference, you won't have to worry as all 3 versions will retail for the same price.
You'll be able to get your hands on one from July onwards. In the meantime, you can check out their website for more info.