Amazon has the Logitech G613 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on sale for $99.99 (edit: also available at Canada Computers and – links below). This routinely sells for between $120 and $160 depending on retailer. This is an excellent wireless keyboard with “Romer-G Tactile” mechanical keys, 6 programmable G-keys for macro use, either lightspeed wireless connection with dongle or bluetooth connection without dongle (can connect to multiple computers thanks to both), 18 months of battery life on 2 AAs thanks to no RGB, etc.

This is also available at Canada Computers for $99.99: … _id=117310

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Here’s a description of the Romer-G Tactile keys:

“Romer-G Tactile switches deliver quiet, precise mechanical performance with incredible feel and durability with 70M click-life. The choice of top esports professionals, Romer-G Tactile switches have a short-throw actuation at 1.5 mm which means 25% faster 11.5 mm vs 2.0 mm actuation distance on standard mechanical switches. keystrokes than the competition’s standard mechanical switches. Romer-G is a perfect blend of speed, precision and quiet performance while still maintaining a discernible, tactile actuation feel.”


Amazon product: Logitech G613 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Multihost 2.4 GHz Plus Bluetooth Connectivity, Carbon (920-008386)
Customer Reviews:
I purchased this keyboard not for gaming but mostly for typing. I suffer from familial tremor (AKA Essential tremor) and it makes typing a real challenge. I am a ‘touch typist’ and using a typical membrane-type keyboard, with the tremor, I found that I was unintentionally taping the wrong keys or getting multiple presses on keys I wanted to type. I’ve found that with this keyboard having more ‘key-press resistance’ and longer throw, my typing has improved significantly. Way fewer accidental keystrokes and almost zero duplicate keys. The keyboard is very solid and heavy and seems well-built, so I expect many years use from it. I haven’t owned it long enough to know how good the battery life is, but I expect it’s good as they keyboard seems to go to sleep after a bit of non use. It wakes up fast and always transmits the first key pressed, so it not a problem with one exception – if your first letter is a capital, the keyboard, on waking up, misses that you are holding down the shift key. So you have to press and release and press again (and hold) the shift key to get a capital. Note that this only happens when it was sleeping – during normal typing, there are no issues. **EDIT** – After upgrading the firmware, this is no longer an issue! Upping this to 5-stars! | Over-all, though, I’m very happy with this keyboard. Tremor causing my typing skills to go from 80+ WPM with 100% accuracy to under 20 WPM and 20%+ error rate was very frustrating. With this keyboard, I’m still not where I was, but I’m at least back up to 30 WPM and 1% error – a significant improvement over membrane keyboards.