Summary: I bought this keyboard on February 6, 2012. I bought it because I absolutely had to have programmable G keys and, at the time, this was one of the few keyboards that had it. Plus, I thought the LCD screen would come in handy. Cut to two years later and I have never used the LCD screen. Once I got the keyboard, I realized that clock is only analogue!!! There is no option or app for a digital clock, that's insane.
I LOVE LOGITECH COMPUTER PARTS THAT YES I RECOMEND THEM TO EVERYONE!!!!
20 June 2014
Summary: I Absolutely Love all Logitech products. I own two Computers that I have built my self and both of will know have Logitech Keyboards on them. One will have the Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard and the other one will know have the Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard. They both also have the Logitech G600 MMO Mice on them as well.
Summary: The rating would be a 4.5 but without that option it doesn't deserve a 4 rating. Perfect keyboard with so many features and customizable options...great for gaming. Only issue is the menu interface doesn't like to load so occasionally you have to span it. It is only a minor inconvenience. From the color changing to the in game interfaces I adore this keyboard and all it's little features.
Summary: I play World of Warcraft and had always used a keyboard geared just to that game. When I was ready to purchase a new gaming keyboard, I was afraid that I would have trouble figuring it out. This keyboard was so easy to set up and I was relieved. I also like that I can switch from using it as a regular keyboard or gaming.
Summary: I had the regular g19. Expensive for just a show piece. Because macros never worked worth a damn in game for me and the screen is blah for usefulness. But I could type on it... I liked it. but barely 18 month later it stopped working so I bought the G19s This thing, I don't know... Its the noisiest damned squeakiest damned jumble of a keyboard ever!! Its like I am typing on a cobbled together steampunk adding machine. And the Space key squeaks... LOUD.
Summary: At first I thought this keyboard was the best keyboard ever. I loved the feel, I loved the function keys. Not even a month after use its starting to act up. Will randomly disconnect from my computer and/or restart itself over and over. And now one of the USB ports doesn't work.
Summary: I used the same generic $10 keyboard from the early 90s until 2011, when I got a no-name back lit keyboard, so I could use the computer in the dark. I am a gamer, but if given the choice, I always play PC games with the 360 controller, or else just the mouse. Paying games with my old keyboards wasn't fun at all, and switching from the 360 version of Dragon Age to the PC version felt awful, simply because it didn't support controllers.
Summary: it's just awkward, the extra $$ are a waste unless you are a real tinkerer. I never got it to display anything useful, all just redundant info. Corsair Vengeance or Razer will save lots of money and fit like a glove. Mechanical switches, for me, are required in a keyboard now.