Summary: Using it as a replacement for my G15 keyboard. All the G15 apps, macros and profiles copied over with no problem. Overall the design is much better and they keyboard will be more durable than the G15 for those that are upgrading or replacing theirs.
Pros: sturdier design over previous g-series keyboards
Cons: still uses the same rubbish logitech drivers
Summary: I bought the G510s to replace my very old Z-Board. The keyboard itself is very sleek, and even though the picture makes the board plastic look blue mine was black. The board is also very sturdy and the wrist support is easy to snap on and off. The keys are responsive and very nice to type with, and the programmable G-keys are very handy to have.
Summary: I recently received this G510s at PAX, and I'm using it to replace my Logitech G105. The G510s is a very nice keyboard, but it has some features that are definitely going to be hit or miss with some users. *The Good: First, the keyboard itself is your "standard" Logitech G-series keyboard, with the basic keyboard layout, programmable G-keys (18 G-keys x 3 memory banks) and multimedia buttons. There is also the Windows-key toggle, as well as the LED backlighting toggle.
Pros: - lots of G-keys, great for setting up shortcuts or macros, - media buttons are handy, - built-in headphone + mic jacks are convenient, - LCD panel is extremely useful, - LED backlighting isn't as bright as other keyboards, - detachable wrist rest
Cons: - rubber dome keys are softer than other keyboards, - built-in headphone + mic jacks may interfere with your computer's drivers, - could use a single USB pass through at this price range, - large (if desk space is a concern)
Joshua M. Rodriguez "Sir Josh of The Nentir Vale", Amazon
7 August 2013
Summary: This keyboard is fantastic. The keys are well lit and they feel nice and responsive! The software takes awhile to load but is fun to use! The applets are great, although it took me while to get the POP3 working.
Ideal for gagdet-seekers, not for the professional gamer
Jordan Barry "Steve Jobs owns a PC.", Amazon
28 July 2013
Summary: While the quality of the item was a bit below what I was looking for in a keyboard (Making full use of your free hand, assuming you're a mouse and WASD/QWER kind of person), I can say that while I enjoyed the item (Despite being defective in that certain keys typed multiple times), this is clearly not meant for someone who enjoys gaming of a higher tier (ranked play and things of that nature).
Summary: I ordered this keyboard as a birthday gift to myself. So I'll start with the things that I loved. I loved the backlighting, its not as bright as I would like but the way it's implemented doesn't allow bleeding between the keys and overall gives it a neater more uniform appearance. The LCD is a nice touch but I honestly don't use it at all. I was really looking for a keyboard with a purple backlight and onboard audio.
Summary: The 510s keyboard has a very deep feature set that goes beyond my ability to master. It's a good non-mechanical keyboard that is really not that much larger than any other. I am a fan despite its lack of ergonomics and other issues I will explain below. There's a lot to like about this keyboard. They keys are backlit, which is great, and the color of the backlighting is customizable within the software.
Summary: I've been using this keyboard for about a month now and it's definitely a high end piece of equipment. The keys feel great, and typing on it is a joy. The integrated audio ports are really nice as well, I love being able to hook a headset up directly to the keyboard and not have to run a long wire to my tower. And the macro keys are easy to record and work well.
Summary: I've been playing games with it for the last few hours and it seems to respond good. The keys are quiet. you have want to make noise for them to be heard. The in game stat display works for very few games.