Summary: It's definitely above average for non-mechanical keyboards. It's a little weird that there are more buttons to the left of 'escape' and 'control' keys as I often mis-hit them but I unlearned that pretty quickly. The macro keys all work fine if you need custom bindings. If you need a budget gaming keyboard with responsive keys, macro keys, and a pretty back-light for late night gaming then this is a good choice.
It can be turned on/off (I got a blue color setting going so the color is perfect for me) - Can add up to 18 different ...
9 August 2014
Summary: Pros: - Cheap - Keyboard lights up. It can be turned on/off (I got a blue color setting going so the color is perfect for me) - Can add up to 18 different macros. Different or same per game. Cons: - Only one color setting for lights. - Can't go wireless - Macros can take time to get used to Overall: I wanted a simple gaming keyboard that lights up at night. I got what I asked for and then some (I don't really use the macros). Keyboard buttons feel good.
Good Keyboard but feels like its laying flat on it's back.
John Ray, Amazon
23 July 2014
Summary: The only reason i gave 4 stars to this product is; the back legs which lifts up the keyboard's back end is kinda short, so this makes the keyboard looks like its laying flat on its backside. 'm getting use to it but if you are like me and using the keyboard while sitting and kicking back on your comfy chair, you might have a hard time to get use to it. Other than that, It's a good all around product.
Summary: Maybe you're trying to build a gaming setup, but also concious about your budget? I would easily recommend this keyboard to those who are joining in the ranks of PC gaming. Although, those who are coming in from just plain, normal keyboards would have a trouble time adjusting to most Logitech keyboards (since they have macros which expands it's overall size, causing the user to adjust their hand on the wrong keys).
Summary: This keyboard is great. I have been a Logitech user for many years and just upgraded from a basic keyboard to this G105 gaming model. The macro buttons are great and easy to assign and use. And the windows lockout key that disables the windows button from working is great too. I have accidentally hit that button before with my palm, so it's definitely a plus.
Summary: Keyboard is a decent compromise between work and play. As a work keyboard, it's about as good, or average, as any standard modern keyboard. It would probably be a fine choice for that alone if you needed backlighting, which I find to be essential. There are some concerns I will mention below. For gaming, it seems to work decently for that, although I am not the gaming fanatic who can push these things to their limits.