Summary: While happy with how the keyboard performs I would have bought another with better back lights and display.
Pros: The keys are nice and crisp, even not being a mechanical keyboard it still works flawlessly.
Cons: The back lit keys are really disappointing, the light is not that bright, some of the keys the plastic cover where the light shines though is not even or even over some of the text on the keys. I had expected a much much brighter and better keyboard layout. The display is also not as good as expe...
Summary: Good keyboard, but it's hard to use to it's full potential
Pros: Backlit Keyboard Sound/Mic port 18 Reprogrammable Buttons LCD display is super fancy
Cons: Honestly who needs 18 reprogrammable buttons If you don't use the LCD screen to it's full capability, it's not really worth the price Space bar was buggy, sometimes pressing it once will trigger 2 spaces.
Cons: Even though it is a decent keyboard the biggest con is the price, the price has never really changed for this keyboard and it does has it's problems such as losing connectivity / power with vibrations.
Pros: Really wish i could have given this keyboard a perfect 5 rating cause when this keyboard works the way its supposed to it really is an amazing keyboard. The LCD screen is great for using ventrillo and teamspeak to quickly view who is talking. I found an app for the screen that also shows my gpu c...
Cons: this keyboard does have some flaws though as some have pointed out, the back lighting is a bit weak if the keyboard is on the same level as your monitors and the biggest problem is the software needs some fine tuning. the software doesn't work well at all with my razer naga often times at start u...
Pros: *Fells great took some getting used to but once you do its a great keyboard. *Has some really nice features displayed on lcd screen.
Cons: *Only one but still problematic the numpad does not work. The enter, *, /, +,- key work but not the numbers or del key. It is not that big of a deal considering I still have the number keys above the letters working. This is still a pain so I can't justify giving it higher than 3/5.
Summary: I got this keyboard to replace another one that was a complete nightmare with driver bugs that caused volume up or down to get stuck there. I decided to come back to logitech because I thought they would never release a product like that....
Pros: -Very configurable -Backlighting -Display is very usable
Cons: -Driver/software crashes occasionally on wake
Summary: If you have a large gaming desk(aka a table), you can completely disregard the cons that it takes up too much space. Also, if you are an avid gamer, perhaps reaching a macro in an action packed scenario on the further side wouldn't be too difficult.
Pros: rugged, mic/headset input, macro keys are endless, LCD screen is nice.
Cons: clunky, the macro keys add over 3 inches to your keyboard taking up more free roaming mouse space, macro keys on outside of keyboard are unpractical and difficult to reach in gaming conditions (and I have big hands, LCD screen is pointless unless you look at your keyboard instead of the monitor t...
Summary: After cleaning up my keyboard with Clorox wipes, it looked pretty new and, since it worked, I will be keeping it. I got it on sale as a refurb and paid $50 less than I would have if I had purchased it brand new, so I guess it's worth it.
Pros: As a refurb, this keyboard seems to work just fine. I have the exact same model (Logitech G510) that I use at home and it works identically to the one I purchased brand-new.
Cons: Disgusting/filthy when it arrived! Covered with fingerprints front/back, plastic film covering missing from applet screen, biohazardous stuff stuck to keys and space bar. No software included.
Summary: Since, these are refurbs, my problem was likely anomalous. Doesn't make me feel much better, but every other keyboard could work just fine for years.
Pros: I got a great customizable keyboard for a good price. It works perfectly with Windows 8 music apps. The macro keys make for a great workflow expediter for working in the Adobe Creative Suite.
Cons: It was a refurb, so I knew that it wasn't new. However, I didn't expect the Enter key to stick so soon and so easily. I had to go and get a replacement in the middle of a job with the deadline looming over my head... no fun.