Otherwise really responsive and the macros are extremely easy to use
Daniel B, Amazon
22 July 2014
Summary: The spacebar squeaks and the wrist-rest flops around only attached on hinges, making it unwieldy and difficult to move around. Otherwise really responsive and the macros are extremely easy to use, and the software is intuitive, display lights are gorgeous. I would call it fantastic and great if it were a bit cheaper, but for the price it's just "good".
Summary: For the money this keyboard has issues. I like it, but... the legs are too short making for an near flat orientation, the configurable colors on the three are nice but not bright enough, there should have been an attachable padded wrist rest. The G13 programmable gameboard has some of the same issues, and the G700s mouse just plain rocks. I'll rate them separately.
Summary: This keyboard is basically built for MMO/ RPG players. I play the latter but not the former so having a bunch of macro keys doesn't really help me much. The clicking of the keys is quite loud. I've been a fan of Logitech for a while. This doesn't change my view of them or their products but I basically got an expensive keyboard with a clock.
Summary: I've owned the G15 for years and decided to get this one for work(nice to have macros for programming). I've got to say that overall, the keyboard isn't bad though it does have its downsides: Pros: - Fantastic macros and great software - Volume controls are nice to have - Nice color controls, switches when you switch macro memory(3 modes x 18 keys = 54 macros) - Macro software is solid, easy to use and program on the fly with the macro record button Cons: - Space bar...
Summary: This is the second Logitech gaming keyboard I have recently purchased and both have a key registration problem - meaning when you hit a key...it fails to register - making you have to pound on them...which can be very frustrating in the heat of a battle. Logitech use to make better quality stuff - lately it's been problems right out of the box...
Summary: This was on sale through a deal of the day, and the listing sited a "full color LCD", which was not the case. That initial disappointment was followed by noticing the poor font chosen for the keys, the somewhat dim backlighting, in a boring color, and some other quirks. That being said, it is a great keyboard overall, and the Logitech gaming software is top notch. I do not regret buying this, though I would prefer the top-end Logitech G-910 or G-710.
Summary: This is actually a 2-star. NCIX hasn't posted my review in months. My trusty G15 keyboard (1st generation) for about 10 years died. So I needed a replacement. While I did wanted a mechanical keyboard, I needed the LCD screen because it was really helpful most of the times. I decided against the G19S because, while it had colour over monochrome, you had to have an huge AC adapter as well. Now for the faults compared to old G15... - LCD - half the size of the old G15.
Pros: - the material on the palm rest seems better
Cons: - everything. pretty much a downgrade from the old G15