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Logitech Mechanical Gaming G710+
9.2 out of 10

Logitech Mechanical Gaming G710+

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Reviews and Problems with Logitech Mechanical Gaming G710+

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Overall 0
0.4

Great Keyboard if You Need It

obikenobi27, Overclock
24 March 2015
  • Excerpt: This keyboard is for the person who wants the responsiveness of a mechanical keyboard without the noise of Cherry MX Blue key switches. Logitech seems to be the only company that has delivered. The G710+ is the best full sized keyboard that keeps noise at a minimum.
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Overall 2
2.0

Awfully Defective

Anonymous, Newegg
18 March 2015
  • Summary: I really expect much better from Logitech than this. Extremely disappointed in them right now. This has made my first mechanical keyboard experience a nightmare. If the replacement is also defective, I'll be done with Logitech.
  • Pros: Will see if there are any with the replacement.
  • Cons: About half of the keys did not click and felt mushy right out of the box. Had to RMA after having it less than 5 minutes.
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Overall 2
2.0

Not compatible with Linux

Newegg
25 January 2015
  • Summary: I have never heard of a keyboard having this type of OS specific behavior. While it's not unusual for extra keys or non-standard functionality to not carry over to Linux, I have never heard of a keyboard that fails basic functionality when used with Linux.
  • Pros: Good feel for typing, not too noisy.
  • Cons: When used with any of several distros of Linux, this keyboard will type a constant stream of 6's once booted. Generally moving the volume roller stops the stream of 6's until the next boot. There is a driver patch to fix this, but you have to build and install it yourself.
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Overall 2
2.0

Not compatible with Linux

Simcha L., Newegg
25 January 2015
  • Summary: I have never heard of a keyboard having this type of OS specific behavior. While it's not unusual for extra keys or non-standard functionality to not carry over to Linux, I have never heard of a keyboard that fails basic functionality when used with Linux.
  • Pros: Good feel for typing, not too noisy.
  • Cons: When used with any of several distros of Linux, this keyboard will type a constant stream of 6's once booted. Generally moving the volume roller stops the stream of 6's until the next boot. There is a driver patch to fix this, but you have to build and install it yourself.
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Overall 2
2.0

Logitech Gaming Products are Junk

Matthew W., Newegg
16 January 2015
  • Summary: I also have a Logi G930 headset that is barely functional at best. 90% of the time it turns my volume down to 0 immediately upon connecting, and if I want to use it I have to plan on restarting my computer once to begin and once when I'm done in order for anything to work properly.
  • Pros: If I could actually use the keyboard, I might write something here.
  • Cons: I unboxed this keyboard and plugged it in, excited to be upgrading from my current logitech board. Unfortunately, I can't even get it to register key presses. Over the course of trying it without LGS drivers, with LGS 7, 8, and 8.1 drivers (64 and 32 bit), and in four different sets of usb ports,...
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Overall 2
2.0

TERRIBLE Customer Support

Tyler D., Newegg
31 December 2014
  • Summary: Overall, the keyboard was nice while it lasted, but Logitech's customer support is not about supporting you, it is inconvenient and impersonal, look at buying a Corsair K70 instead.
  • Pros: While it works, it's a keyboard. The switches are very nice, the backlights are decent, and bright, the media keys work as desired. I've always enjoyed Logitech products, and support, but this was an exception...
  • Cons: As I don't expect everyone to read all of this, let me preface it with this: Do not buy this keyboard, it has lots of issues with broken keys and dying backlights. Look into the Corsaid K70 instead, for a few more dollars, you get a much nicer keyboard, with a VERY high build quality, and superio...
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Overall 2
2.0

Horrible Keyboard - Keys broke

Anonymous, Newegg
19 December 2014
  • Summary: This is a major issue that is widespread. With Logitech service giving me the round-around, I will now be boycotting ALL future Logitech products. Stay away from this product!
  • Pros: Difficult to talk about any pros when you can't even use the keyboard
  • Cons: Left Ctrl key broke (on the bottom where it connects to the keyboard); after this I swapped it for the right Ctrl key, that broke too. The Keyboard is COMPLETELY useless. Stay away from this product!
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Overall 2
2.0

So much disappointment

Steffen K., Newegg
9 December 2014
  • Summary: This con renders your keyboard useless and is absolutely unacceptable from a $100+ keyboard. I had a g15 for 7 years, buy this because I wanted a mechanical keyboard and my keys start shattering in 3 months. Come on Logitech..
  • Pros: I love the design, the feel of typing on it, the only 1 row of G keys, the lighting zones, everything about this keyboard. "So why is it 1 star rating?"
  • Cons: Keys shatter. The plastic that holds the key caps to the switch to register your keystroke. That shatters. From normal usage. I've had 3 keys break in the last month. the Alt and Ctrl buttons seem common, my D key also broke.
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Overall 2
2.0

Plastic Keys are terrible

Bryan N., Newegg
3 December 2014
  • Summary: Please don't buy this. For the price tag, one should expect someone would have given more thought to durability., Certainly, as with any such piece, various parts are manufactured by different sub companies - and the company they contracted to make their keys made a very, very cheap product.
  • Pros: Keyboard is responsive and works well as a keyboard until keys begin to fall off/break. In that sense, it functions as intended.
  • Cons: As others have mentioned, the underside of the keys that attach them to the mechanical inlets are made of cheap plastic. The keys -will- break after a short period of normal use. As said, they also fall off easily. In addition, the volume wheel is at times either too responsive or not responsive ...
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Overall 2
2.0

Hard to RMA - hard to reach service dept

Norena A., Newegg
13 November 2014
  • Summary: The keyboard would get a pretty good rating from me if Logitech would decide I was worthy of their attention. At this point, I am afraid to send the keyboard in for RMA if they do give me the label... I'm not sure I would get it back.
  • Pros: It works as advertised. Decent mechanical keyboard with responsive keys.
  • Cons: The lights on the qwerty row (TAB-q-e-r-t-y-u-i) stopped working. I attempted to contact Logitech support on October 25th. It took them until November 5th to even respond! After providing all the required information, including a picture of the problem, they told me I would get a shipping label i...
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