Reviews and Problems with Logitech Mechanical Gaming G710+
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Denis d., Newegg
24 January 2016
Pros: Adjustable brightness back-light, WASD and arrows keys and/or the whole keyboard. Lets you know when a key is really pressed with tactile and audio Programmable G-Keys
Cons: There was an additional loose LED light underneath one of my keys. This made the key feel very strange and hard to press down. It must of fallen down on accident in the assembly process. I Fixed it by removing the key and just picked up the loose LED light by what you would do to normally clean u...
Summary: Im glad i bought this for 70 dollars, It seems like it should last me a very long time as the keys are easy to remove and clean under.
Pros: Love the feel of the switches. Very bright back light Volume wheel has small amount of feedback Customizable WASD/Arrow key brightness Cable routing (if you move your keyboard around a lot they dont work)
Cons: As wide as my old keyboard that had 3x as many macro buttons that I never needed so I thought i would downsize. The sloping sides of this keyboard take up too much room. The keys sort of float a little bit around the switch and Its the biggest noticeable difference between this and my old plastic...
Summary: I figured there was some truth to the hype about Cherry max mechanical keys, but I didn't realize how much I would love it. I love it so much that I am on the verge of paying for another keyboard to use at work.
Pros: -Great features with the scrolling volume control, adjustable lighting on the keyboard without having to go into the Logitech software, and the location of the programmable keys as well as the F keys. -Well thought out and easy interface to set up the programmable keys. Software is pretty simplis...
Cons: The keys were shrunk compared to a normal keyboard, so getting used to typing on this key board has had a bit of a learning curve. Especially if you switch between a keyboard at work and at home (which I do). At first the closer keys were only slightly noticeable, but I have large fingers and thi...
Summary: Overall, good buy.. if you can get it on sale.
Pros: Typing feels great. Keys seem a little closer together compared to other keyboards.. might be ideal for gaming but for typing your hands feel a little bunched, so not a fan.
Cons: the "shift" designations on keys are reversed..with the default on top and the shift keys indicated below. Odd design choice.. plus the alternate keys are not lit up with LEDs like the rest of the keys.. makes finding symbols a little more difficult.
Summary: Very competitive marketplace and there are better boards out there, but this one is good value and competes in speed and functions.
Pros: Great Board build, high quality everything all over the board and plenty of options for game mode, keyboard lighting effects, volume scroll wheel is perfect, G keys are actually useful in MMO games, different profiles for games, and the logitech software is really easy to use making mapping keys ...
Cons: For a Gaming keyboard, the keys are not very durable. Gamers are notorious for pressing keys hard and fast and this keyboard has some poorly supported keys. I broke my C key during normal use and had to superglue the supports on the bottom of the key to get it working again.The circlular supports...
Summary: I don't like the orange boarder on the programmable keys. It would be nice if it could be removed as it doesn't blend in at the office.
Pros: Backlights are amazing and adjustable. Adjustable volume control and mute button is nice. O-rings on each key make them surprisingly quiet. Nice overall.
Cons: Key markings for all dual function keys are reversed! For example: the comma, period and slash symbols are all on the top of the key instead of the bottom like every other keyboard ever made. This is confusing because you think you should press the shift key to get those symbols, but you don't ha...
Summary: First off, I didn't really like the O-Rings. I tested with them on and off and there was very little sound difference. With the O-Rings, it didn't sound quieter, just different. With the O-Rings on, it felt much more.. forceful in a way. Like it feels like the key is being blocked.
Pros: Cheap when on sale (90 bucks!) Good backlighting Macro keys can be useful for gamers with play MOBAs Media keys are super useful
Cons: O-Rings weren't that great Gray colors on WASD and Arrow Keys are a bit odd, but not terrible. Macro keys take up additional space.
Summary: Only 4 eggs due to the single color selection, nothing's perfect!
Pros: I'm really surprised at just how much I love typing on this keyboard. I've had a Razer mechanical with loud clicky keys for a while, I was obsessed with them when they first came out. Recently, the Razer keys have been acting up and I washed it and am waiting for it to dry out, so I ran to the st...
Cons: -Only one choice of color, white, for backlight -Doesn't do the dishes