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Is the Logitech G915 TKL good for programming and gaming?

I'm a programmer and a casual gamer and i want to buy a new keyboard for myself , i found the logitech G915 TKL tactile on sale for 150€, is it a good buy?

is there any other recommendation for kerboard and which type of switch is most suited for me.

 

Thank you.

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You're probably going to want some similar to Cherry Browns for programming, while for gaming something similar to Reds is generally preferred. That said, I'm a programmer, and I did go with Corsair's OptX switches, which are more like Reds, maybe even faster than Reds, actually. I like it now, but there was a *steep* learning curve, with lots of mistypes until I got use to them.

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2 hours ago, Chris Pratt said:

You're probably going to want some similar to Cherry Browns for programming, while for gaming something similar to Reds is generally preferred. That said, I'm a programmer, and I did go with Corsair's OptX switches, which are more like Reds, maybe even faster than Reds, actually. I like it now, but there was a *steep* learning curve, with lots of mistypes until I got use to them.

is there any keyborad in particular that you'd recommand?

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