- Logitech Aurora G700-series includes a G705 wireless mouse, G713 TKL and G715 TKL keyboards, and a G735 headset.
- Both Logitech Aurora G713 TKL and G715 TKL have a scroll bar and media function keys on the top.
- Logitech Aurora G705 wireless mouse has an Ergo shape and houses six buttons.
Logitech is gearing up to launch its Aurora G700 series, including a G705 wireless mouse, G713 TKL and G715 TKL keyboards, and a G735 headset. And we’ve unearthed the renders of these products, courtesy of our friend Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks. All these Logitech Aurora G700-series devices feature RGB lighting. The Logitech Aurora G705 wireless mouse comes with an Ergo shape and houses six buttons in total. The Logitech Aurora G735 headset is a wireless gaming headphone with a microphone steam and control buttons on the left side.
The Logitech Aurora G713 and G715 are TKL (TenKeyLess) keyboards with a scroll bar and media functions keys on the top. The Logitech Aurora G715 TKL comes in two options – Tactile and Clicky. The Logitech Aurora G715 tactile will likely feature the Cherry MX brown switches and Cherry MX blue switches on the Logitech Aurora G715 clicky. Let’s look at what the Logitech Aurora G700-series has to offer.
Logitech Aurora G705 wireless mouse
The Logitech Aurora G705 is a small-sized wireless mouse that comes with an Ergo shape and houses six total buttons, including a standard left-click, right-click, and a scroll wheel. And additionally, it has a DPI shift button below the scroll wheel and two side buttons that can be used to go back and forward in a web browser or can be assigned for a specific game function.
Since the mouse is small-sized, it might not be suitable for claw-grip players. The Logitech Aurora G705 comes in a white colour option and has RGB lighting at the bottom-end, below a Logitech logo.
Logitech Aurora G713 TKL keyboard
The Logitech Aurora G713 TKL (TenKeyLess) is a 88 keys keyboard, which means we don’t get a number pad with this keyboard. It is a wired keyboard with a cable attached to the upper-left side. The function (F1, F2, etc.) keys don’t come with a label of their functionality because the F-key macros are programmable, so you can name, assign, and create a function for each function key. For the standard media control, it has a dedicated forward, pause/play, and mute keys on the top right corner, next to a dedicated scroll wheel.
The Logitech Aurora G713 TKL has a brightness and gaming mode on/off keys on the top left corner, alongside the Logitech logo. In the centre, we get a caps lock on/off indicator. It has an RGB backlight and comes in a white colour option. The bottom of the Logitech Aurora G713 also features a 360-degree RGB light strip.
Logitech Aurora G715 TKL keyboard
The Logitech Aurora G715 TKL looks simlar to the Logitech Aurora G713 TKL but is wireless in nautre. As mentioned earlier, the keyboard comes in two options – Tactile and Clicky. Logitech uses Cherry MX switches on its mechanical keyboards, so the tactile Logitech Aurora G715 TKL will likely feature the Cherry MX brown switches and the Logitech Aurora G715 TKL Clicky will likely come with Cherry MX blue switches.
The key layout of the Logitech Aurora G715 TKL is akin to Logitech Aurora G713 TKL. However, it has a battery indicator at the centre and an extra dedicated function key, whose functionality is currently unknown. The Logitech Aurora G715 TKL comes in three colour options – White, Pink, and Green.
Logitech Aurora G735 headset
The Logitech Aurora G735 headset is wireless gaming headphones with long microphone steam on the left. The headsets come with RGB light support. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port for charging, a power on/off button, a Bluetooth pairing button, and a wheel to control the volume. The Logitech Aurora G735 headset has a Logitech logo on both sides and comes in a White colour option and three earcups colour options – Pink, Green, and White. You also get a White Bluetooth dongle with G735 branding and an LED indicator with the headset.