Summary: Google the keycap flaws, and go with another brand.
Pros: The four stages of backlight brightness are very nice. Most* keys function correctly. Media controls are fantastic. Wristrest is decent.
Cons: *Most buttons functioned properly until both left and right CTRL key caps split in the female end of the keycap. The plastic deteriorated and broke completely into small pieces, leaving them useless. You might be saying, "Oh he probably just mauled his keyboard with his meatloaf hands"... Nope, n...
Summary: I've had a lot of great fortune previously with refurbs until now. After reading other reviews, I went ahead and bought the refurb warranty. That means that for black Friday I saved a whopping thirteen dollars over buying new. Just buy new, don't go refurb.
Pros: Mechanical keyboard, MX Cherry Browns. lights are better than I expected, and I would recommend this board (NEW!) to anyone looking into it. So far all of my keyboards and mice have been Logitech since I began building PCs 14 years ago. They've been very reliable and have lasted me for years. The...
Cons: Only 3 start for now as the previous owner probably RMA'd this board after locking up the keys with chocolate and who knows what else. I know this by the chocolate (I really hope it's chocolate) caked around the keys. This thing did not get the slightest cleaning before being put in the box and s...
Not the same after cleaning. Not as durable as Logitech's other gaming keyboards. The keyswitches aren't that great.
22 September 2014
Summary: I thought I'd give this thing a shot. I used it for several months as my primary keyboard, but I no longer use it. The cherry MX brown switches that this thing uses don't provide much more tactile feedback than non-mechanical, but they are noisier.
Summary: First off, I absolutely LOVE this keyboard. I use it for web development. The reason I sought a new keyboard is because I type really fast and experience a lot of ghosting issues with regular keyboards.
Summary: I like the keyboard, but I am hating Logitech support for essentially not existing, this is not what I expect from a name brand like Logitech and it is rapidly making me consider other vendors for my accessories.
Pros: The keyboard is great and feels wonderful type on and for gaming. I have yet to use the G keys but everything else is fine with one minor exception.
Cons: My only issue is a minor one but it is compounded by the terrible support I am getting from Logitech, which is none at all. I noticed an issue with the keyboard. When Num Lock is turned on all the numpad keys work properly (hitting the key makes the corresponding number appear, except for the 9/P...
Summary: As a previous poster had mentioned the key faces are smaller than normal size but I haven't found that to be a problem. I bought this as my first mechanical keyboard and I really like the feel of the switches.
Pros: Good mechanical feel, Dedicated media keys, Solid cable
Summary: I really wanted to love this board, but the overall cheap quality of it kept me from doing so. The keys are such poor quality they keep breaking and coming off while I'm trying to type or play games. I already lost the ESC key after it broke a couple months after I got it.
Summary: This is my first mechanical keyboard in many years so it has been taking some getting used to for typing, but I really like the responses for gaming. The keys actually feel a little small on their faces.
Pros: -great response from the mechanical keys, -dual zone & LED keys with dimming, -solid cable
Cons: -keys pop off WAY too easily, -volume control, -chassis flex
Summary: All in all I am happy with this keyboard. Takes a bit of adjusting to switch from a membrane keyboard but definitely has a great feel once you get used to it. It also has a sturdy feel to it so hopefully it will have a long life.
Pros: -cool white back-lighting., -perfect clickiness of keys yet quiet
Cons: -pricy... especially when not on sale, UPDATE:, -Back lighting died after 2 weeks of use