Summary: I got this keyboard for christmas last year. It worked great at first. I loved the layout. But, a few months in and it kept randomly shutting off. Once it got over a year old, it quit working completely. Worst keyboard I've ever had.
Would have been a hit in the 80's...and that's about it!
A. J. Robles, Amazon
6 December 2015
Summary: I had a Logitech K740 for almost 4 years and it was the best keyboard I have ever owned. I'm an avid, emotional gamer who sometimes will pound my fists on the board out of frustration. Needless to say, the K740 took a tremendous amount of abuse that finally gave up the ghost (no fault of Logitech).
Summary: I will not be buying any more of their products. Guess what cheapskates, you have lost a loyal customer over a $0.01 part.
Cons: The feet underneath are very flimsy and break easily. Logitech will not stand behind their product. If the flimsy parts break one day out of warranty, you are out of luck, and they do not provide replacements even if you are willing to pay for them.
Summary: In general I have had good luck with Logitech stuff. I am typing this on my trusty, but not backlit Deluxe 250 as we e-speak. Unfortunately a significant percentage of these G105s have similar issues - just Google G105 key issues.
Cons: A number of the keys do not work properly. For example, where I should get a "(" instead I get an *. A few others are like that. Tried installing the Logitech software. Visited Logitech forum, followed directions to uninstall then reinstall drivers. Nope, same symptom. Tried it on another PC. Nop...
Summary: Its just a poor design. Made cheaply with poor quality control and less the nothing return policy.
Pros: cheap and lighted. macro keys.
Cons: The larger keys stick when not pressed from the center. The Left Ctrl for instance. Left Shift. Logitech refused a screen shot of the website order history as proof of purchase and refused on 5 different occasions to replace my keyboard. I have had the shift key stick 2 times while typing this. I...
Summary: ive replaced it twice now, E ach of them have had problems, first two had keys not working "i" and "e" on the first one, and "[", "x", and "n" on the second one also dual key pressing "1" and "2" press together on the first one, while "1" and :R" was on the second one.
Summary: There is no good reason to buy this keyboard over a cheaper membrane keyboard that lacks the "features" on the G105. The macro keys will only get in the way for people that don't stare at their keyboard while using it.
Summary: i smashed it over my knee n threw it in the trash
Pros: lights up, good build quality
Cons: this keyboard sucks and is way over priced, i got a 5 $key board that i like better then this one , the keys are bad, dunno why but i seem to mistype n hit wrong keys all the time with this thing, but on other keyboards i type just fine, the macro keys are useless , way to far to the left
Summary: Logitech G105 is everything that is wrong with new keyboards....just for example this is Marketed as a Gaming Keyboard. There is nothing on the box related to what this keyboard actually offers, which is basically ....an LED light.
Pros: Slightly better than the K120 Was able to get on sale locally.
Cons: Expensive. Seriously 69.99, even for 39.99 it makes no sense. Terrible non tactile feel. Cheap rubber dome keypad. Macro Keys in the way and makes it awkward to type and play any game that uses WASD. List goes on....
Summary: Junk this was a replacement for another Logitech keyboard first one broke within months this one broke the record and broke within weeks, I Have had similar problems with Logitech mice shorting within just months of purchase always the same thing with them Junk disguised as high end products all...