Good keyboard but seems like it was already opened before -_-
2 weeks ago
Summary: I was quite surprised at how it felt. I had a cheap HP keyboard that came with my computer that I had been using for 2+ years now and this thing feels much stronger and better than I had expected.
Summary: A really solid keyboard, up and down. The keys have a nice feel to them and manage to walk the line between "easy to press" and "stiff enough to provide feedback". The backlighting is pretty nice, though it's a bit weak even on the strongest setting.
Summary: For the price, this is a great keyboard. Again, I say, FOR THE PRICE. While the keys are not mechanical, and I knew that before purchase, I found them to be more lively to the touch than other keyboards with dome construction.
Good for the brand / warranty.. could be priced a little better
20 January 2015
Summary: I already own a COD MW3 edition of this keyboard. I purchased 2 more of these for my kids' machines. These are pretty good keyboards. My primary reasons for purchase were the warranty (and Logitech name) as well as the backlighting.
Summary: All in all a decent backlit gaming keyboard. Not too impressed with the macro recording method though. I was given the impression that it RECORDED macro multi-keystrokes "on the fly". Well it does not.
Summary: Pretty overall good keyboard. Definitely feels nice to type on. Even if you're not specifically a hardcore gamer or anything, this is still a good keyboard. My only gripes with it are that the function keys (the red keys controlling media playback, printed on the side of the F6-F12 keys) aren't...
Summary: Arrived on time, and as advertised. It's exactly like what you see in the picture. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 rating, is that the two little fold out legs underneath that tilt it a little when sitting, don't stay up when I shove the keyboard to the side and storm out of the room after...
Summary: I don't really game hardcore but I do find the need for spare keys especially since my hands are rather small and stretching across my keyboard during intense scenarios isn't something I want to do.
Pros: Backlit, Gaming Profiles, Media Keys, and more!
Cons: Wobbles when I type sometimes, I have the feet/kickstands up and one side seems to be heavier than the other or one of the stands is slightly shorter. I've gotten use to it but it was really annoying at first.
Summary: Lets be honest if your coming from a mechanical keyboard, this keyboard isn't going to be anything special for you. My G710+ took a dump on me and I found this on another site for $40 and bought it.
Pros: ~Well built ~very nice back lighting even though I'm not a fan of blue ~For a membrane keyboard, key presses are decent ~Good cheap temporary replacement for a broken G710+ if found for less than $40
Cons: ~Newegg's price ~To justify the high price on most sites, more functions would have been nice(volume buttons, USB port etc) ~How about a fricken palm rest Logitech...absurd it isn't included
Summary: I bought them thinking these were mechanical but they were not. I searched up mechanical keyboard and this popped up. It was my fault by buying them without reading through it. For $60 these are pretty expensive for a standard membrane keyboard. But they do work well and does suit my play style.