Low-profile keyboards have gained an enormous amount of popularity for gaming and productivity in the past few years. And, Razer’s recent flagship, DeathStalker V2 pro, has gained quite a popularity and is already fans’ favorite low-profile keyboard in the market. But does this mean it is enough to beat the iconic G-915 gaming keyboard from Logitech?
Razer Deathstalker V2 Pro vs Logitech G- 915
In this article, we will be comparing Razer’s flagship DeathStalker V2 Pro with Logitech’s iconic G-915 head-to-head and find out which one is the best.
Design and Durability
Design-wise, we found both keyboards visually pleasing. DeathStalker V2 Pro is Razer’s recent flagship low-profile keyboard with an ergonomic design. The sleek aluminum top alloy is very comfortable, and it ensures durability as well. On the other hand, G- 915 has a very premium black matt finish with a slim, low-profile design. The light-sync RGB on this keyboard gives it a very vibrant and clean look. Users can create their own lighting effects by customizing each key for a more immersive RGB experience. Both G- 915 and Deathstalker V2 Pro have their own looks and aesthetics, which makes them unique from other low-profile.
G- 915 mechanical gaming keyboards on the market. So design-wise, there is really not much to complain about when it comes to both these keyboards.
DeathStalker V2 Pro comes with two different types of optical switches- a linear low-profile switch for a smooth and silent typing experience and a clicky low-profile switch for a crisp and clicky response. Whether you are gaming or casually working, V2 Pro blends in perfectly regardless of what setup you are using it on.
And lastly, this low-profile mechanical keyboard comes in three different switches. Brown switches for clicky feedback, white for tactile feedback, and red switches for smooth and linear silence response on each tap.
Features and Connectivity
Now that we know about the overall design, it is finally time to dive into the internal features and connectivity of both these incredibly good wireless keyboards. Razer’s DeathStalker V2 Pro comes with Hyperspeed wireless connection, which provides a seamless gaming experience with low latency response. With an additional 5.0 Bluetooth connection, this keyboard can be connected to three devices at the same time. Users can easily switch between the connected devices just by pressing the buttons at the top. Also, The dedicated media button and multi-functional roller are super easy and fun to use. And lastly, on a single charge, V2 Pro can give up to 40 hours of total backup.
In comparison, Logitech G- 915 comes with a lightspeed wireless connection with 1 millisecond of response time. Users can also use this keyboard while plugged in and charging simultaneously. On a single charge, this keyboard can last up to 30 hours. Which is really great for a long gaming session. Most importantly, this keyboard also comes with 5 programable G keys that are fully customizable using the dedicated G-Hub software. In order to save the entire G- key layout, G-915 also has 3 onboard profile buttons at the top – M1, M2, and M3. Additionally, This keyboard also has dedicated media controlling buttons along with a multifunctional roller at the top right.
Although the DeathStalker V2 Pro is a really great premium low-profile keyboard, the Logitech’s G-915 seems to be one step ahead when it comes to the additional features and functionality.
“We have to say for a low-profile gaming keyboard, both DeathStalker V2 Pro and Logitech G-915 are really satisfying to use. If you want a keyboard that can naturally fit with any setup, then Razer’s DeathStalker V2 Pro is a really nice option. And, if you want a gaming keyboard with additional macro keys to enhance your performance, then Logitech G-915 is the right one for you.”