The Logitech G213 Prodigy is a decent entry-level gaming keyboard with rubber dome switches. It has a simple plastic frame that bends easily and is fitted with ABS keycaps that feel rather cheap. Its zone-lit backlighting lacks brightness control, and customization can only be done through software. Thankfully, G HUB has a good amount of customization options and is available for Windows and macOS. The keyboard is comfortable enough to type on all day due to its low actuation force and built-in wrist rest; however, the typing experience is unremarkable and doesn’t feel much different from your typical membrane keyboard. There are dedicated media controls, but only a very limited number of programmable keys.
The Logitech G213 Prodigy is a decent gaming keyboard. The rubber dome switches have a low actuation force that makes typing feel very light, but their high pre-travel distance makes the keyboard feel less responsive overall. It doesn’t feel well-built and the backlighting is zone-lit instead of per-key. The function keys are macro-programmable, but there aren’t any dedicated macro keys for MMO games.
- Cable Length:8 m
- Input/Output Terminals:USB
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