Product Comparison: Logitech G213 Prodigy vs Logitech G513

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General Specifications
About the Product
The G213 gaming keyboard features Logitech G Mech-Dome keys that are specially tuned to deliver a superior tactile response and overall performance profile similar to a mechanical keyboard.
G513 is a high performance gaming keyboard, delivering 1 ms report rate and featuring choice of advanced Romer-G Tactile. Romer-G Linear or GX Blue mechanical switch.
Key Specs
Keyboard Type
Number of Keys
Size & Weight
1.3 in.
1.33 in.
17.8 in.
17.9 in.
8.6 in.
5.2 in.
35.2 oz.
38.9 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard (RGB Backlit, Anti-Ghosting Gaming Matrix)
  • The keys bounce well and it is a full size board which i need.
  • There's a good weight to the keyboard as well which makes it feel like a high quality keyboard.
  • All in all, it is a fairly comfortable keyboard to use, but to ensure what I said is 100% accurate, I will purchase the keyboard (hoping this time it will have no faults) again and see how it goes.
  • The big rest on the bottom can not be taken off and sometimes can be a bit uncomfortable.
  • I dunno. It's a big heavy thing that doesn't quite justify the heft.
Logitech G513 RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Romer-G Linear Key Switches
  • I didn’t really want a gaming keyboard but they do seem to get a few more features than a normal keyboard. Logitech have long been a firm favourite of mine, generally good quality and long lasting.
  • The keyboard is very heavy and sturdy, given the aluminium construction. The size is perfect.
  • The metal body gives it some weight but makes it feel really strong and sturdy.
  • Love the aluminium body to it. Keeping it strong and elegant.
  • Great keyboard with RGB lighting. Build quality outstanding and wrist pad very comfortable and durable.
Key Type
RGB (5 Zone)
RGB Illumination
Multimedia Keys
Integrated Numeric Keypad
What customers say about "Keys"
Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard (RGB Backlit, Anti-Ghosting Gaming Matrix)
  • Good keyboard for gaming. Highly recommended for budget gamers and people who want a decent keyboard that isn't overpriced.
  • Without a doubt, this is the best keyboard that I have ever had. The keystroke is positive and the keys are spaced perfectly.
  • Very Nice keyboard!! Would Totally recommend. Great feature with the media control keys.
  • This keyboard is lovely to type on. The keys are soft and unlike other keyboards, typing on them requires minimal effort to push down the keys, which have the same resistance all the way down.
  • My only negative would be that the backlighting is very very dim.
Logitech G513 RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Romer-G Linear Key Switches
  • I work 8h a day in my home office as a coder and I had decided I needed a new keyboard. I really wanted a backlit keyboard that would withstand constant abuse of coffee spills and crumbs.
  • Still left searching for the perfect keyboard... if Das Keyboard made a blacklit Pro 4 with proper keyboard legs instead of the weird "ruler"-thing it would beat this Logitech into a pulp.
  • The lighting is probably the best, cleanest you'll ever find since they're on the key caps themselves.
  • Light doesn't bleed outside of the keycaps, give it more of a sharp and clean lighting effect (some may prefer the lights to bleed on the side of the keycaps but in my opinion, it makes it more difficult to see the keys).
  • The keys have real stability, no rocking/shaking in comparison to Corsair keyboards that I have tried.
  • The keys are somewhat noisy but not extremely so (by the standards of mechanical keyboards), so fine by me.
Adjustable Tilt Function
Cable Length
6 feet
5.9 feet
Spill Resistant
Palm Rest
Spill-resistant And Durable, Customize With Logitech G Hub, Lightsync RGB
Programmable Macros, Customizable Full Spectrum RGB, Performance to Suit your Playstyle, Aircraft-grade Aluminum Alloy, Usb Passthrough
What customers say about "Features"
Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard (RGB Backlit, Anti-Ghosting Gaming Matrix)
  • When buying this keyboard I was looking for the anti-ghosting feature as I play a lot of Minecraft and often would have the keys get stuck in a particular direction which was a massive pain in the a**!
  • Another nice feature is that there are volume control buttons in the top right hand corner so that you can change volume, song and more things, this is nice because it works with Spotify and the general volume so you can change the volume without a hassle.
  • Has a couple of nice features in that keys light up and volume controls etc This is not for gaming for me at least it is for my office but is very comfortable to use.
  • The software is a bit hard to get round but the features available are great and once you had a quick look over the software it'll get easy to navigate.
  • I rate it 3 stars in total overall, due to the 'W' faulty key, had it been not a problem, it would have been a solid 4 stars for what it has to offer in the extra advanced features.
Logitech G513 RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Romer-G Linear Key Switches
  • The cables are pretty long for a keyboard. I do regret not going for a wireless keyboard but I think it’s so strong it’ll outlast me.
  • The keys are nicely spaced and everything is positioned well. The wrist rest is superb and a must. After years of gaming and office work I used to get rsi strain, so this does help.
  • The wrist rest feels premium and you're able to adjust it accordingly!
  • Palm-rest is also great, not attachable so even if you have big hands, no problem.
  • The software was a bit of a pain to use (I couldn't see what colour value, i.e. RGB, a key was set to after I'd set it).
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year(s)
2 year(s)
Other Information
79.99 $
159.00 $

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