Deal | Logitech G915 Lightspeed wireless gaming keyboard is 48% off on Amazon
Aside from a well-performing gaming laptop, a fresh set of peripherals is probably on the wish list of many gamers this holiday season, which is why according products from big brands such as Logitech are in fairly high demand these days. Fittingly, deal hunters who have set their sights on a wireless gaming keyboard like the G915 Lightspeed are now in luck and may want to take a gander at Amazon's latest pre-Black Friday offer.
More specifically, Amazon is now selling the Logitech G915 TKL Lightspeed, which does not sport a numeric pad, for US$119 instead of the manufacturer's official list price of US$229. Please note that the corresponding 48 percent or US$110 discount only applies to the black variant of the wireless gaming keyboard with tactile switches, which has now dropped to its most affordable sale price on Amazon according to Camelcamelcamel's price history. Unfortunately, the full-size counterparts and Logitech G915 LightspeedSKUs with linear and clicky switches are considerably more expensive and have yet to receive similarly steep discounts.
In addition to the ubiquitous RGB lighting with 16.8 million different color combinations, the G915 TKL Lightspeed features a very low latency that fans of fast-paced shooters such as the latest Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 require. Furthermore, Logitech's wireless gaming keyboard lasts up to 40 hours on a single charge of the integrated lithium-polymer battery, which only needs around three hours to fully recharge. Alternatively, players can connect their new typing device to their gaming PC via USB. Overall, this Amazon deal is arguably worth a look for enthusiasts who are in the market for a compact gaming keyboard in the greater US$100 range.
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