Packaging and Accessories

If you have seen any other Logitech peripherals on the shelf before the packaging for the G515 Lightspeed TKL isn’t going to be any big surprises for you. Its box has their signature grey background with the model number in a huge font in the top left corner with the model name next to that in their blue. The Logitech G logo is in that same blue in the bottom left corner. Then most of the front of the box is filled with a picture of the keyboard across it. I love having products that actually show you the product on the front so that is great to see. The picture of the G515 Lightspeed TKL has its lighting on and is angled to show off its thin design. On the right, they have icons showing the LightSpeed wireless support as well as LightSync for the lighting. There is also one showing that this version has the Tactile key switches. Around on the back, there is a second picture of the G515 Lightspeed TKL, this time zoomed in more showing off a few features. The back has icons and descriptions of the keyswitches, wireless, lighting, and keycontrol features. They also touch on the battery life up on top with a battery icon and 26 hours below that.

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When you open up the box for the G515 Lightspeed TKL, the front of the box opens up and under it, they have two flaps on the underside. One side shows how to set the keyboard up using the included wireless dongle including a link to the software and support pages. The second flap is similar but touches on connecting it using Bluetooth. Opening the box you will have the keyboard right up on top, but it comes wrapped in tissue paper. Then under that, you will find the legal documentation and it all sits in a cardboard tray. The tray has one pull-out section, which has the USB cable and adapter all tucked inside of it.

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I already mentioned them but the G515 Lightspeed TKL just has a few accessories with it. You get a USB charging cable that also functions as a wired connection. That cable has a USB Type-C connection on one end and Type-A on the other end, both male. The cable is 1.8 meter long and has black sleeving for a little extra protection. The cable comes with an adapter that has a Type-C female connection on one end and a Type-A female on the other end. The idea here is that you can use the cable up onto your desk and then plug the wireless dongle in to get the best possible wireless connection. You can then unplug this and use the Type-C end on the cable to charge the G515 Lightspeed TKL itself. The adapter has a black textured finish and does have the Logitech G logo molded into it as well.

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Now the wireless dongle is the last accessory that comes with the G515 Lightspeed TKL but you won’t find it in the same area as the cable. It comes already tucked away in the hiding spot on the underside of the G515 Lightspeed TKL. There may end up being some people who have trouble finding it but I like that they do this so that everyone knows that the keyboard has that hiding spot. Without that, some people might not even realize that is what it is for. The included wireless dongle has the G515 model number printed on the end which can be helpful for people who have multiple Logitech wireless devices. Beyond that, it isn’t any different than any other Logitech wireless dongle we have seen recently. It has the male Type-A USB connection end and a small plastic grip that sticks out past the connection. Simple and to the point.

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