Reviews and Problems with Logitech Mechanical Gaming G710+
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I love this keyboard !
Jonathan P., Newegg
3 weeks ago
Summary: I put more than 1 year of ownership because it's the second g710+ I purchase. The first one broke because I spill some drink on it, and more than one time before it died... Anyway, great keyboard love it !
Pros: Nice looking Robust Macro key for those who like this
Summary: The build quality on this keyboard is really quite excellent. Having three simple levels of back-lighting for each zone is useful without being cumbersome. The media controls are simple and well thought out. The board doesn't seem to have a bunch of features that you don't really need.
Pros: In order of importance to me: Keys (feel) Anti-ghost (multi-key matrix) Weight (mass of the board itself) Software (see 'Other thoughts') Adjustable Feet Removable Palm Rest Back-lighting
Cons: This is very minor to me, but I'll mention it here - the lock indicator lights for caps, num, etc. are quite bright and I have not found a good way to adjust them separate of the other back-lighting.
Summary: cherry mx-browns are now my favorite switches. it has the tactile feedback like the blues without the clicky sound.
Pros: cherry mx- browns, pre-installed rubber o-rings. 2 usb cables to ensure it has enough power for the LEDs and data transfer rate. I love this keyboard. and the logitech gaming software is by far the better ones that i have used compared to other brands.
Cons: glossy finish leaves too many finger prints.
Summary: I didn't have any problem with key caps breaking. I once dropped the keyboard, finger grabbed it by the up arrow key and popped the key right off. Keyboard fell to the ground. Keyboard was fine, up arrow key was fine. Seems very durable.
Pros: I own one of these at home, replacing my G110 keyboard. It's great! I also had my boss buy one for work. I love the Cherry MX keys. Although I understand that is not to credit to Logitech.
Cons: The "Logitech Gaming Software" is decent. But it could still be better. Making macros can be tedious.
Pros: This is a great keyboard until your son who just had a stroke spills eggs inside the keys..bye bye keyboard sadly. But until then I LOVED the sharp and fast responses ans the G keys. Configuration took a while but til the egging went really well! It has taken time to afford a new one.. still can'...
Cons: Cons.. sorting out the g keys, and it's not eggproof dagnabbit wish I insurance covered THAT one!
Pros: has my favorite cherry mx brown switches(there soft and quit were the blue's are loud and stiffer) and i have been hammering this thing playing starcraft 2 at 150+apm on it 8 hour since i got it a month ago and just like new still.(i have never had something logitech die on me no surprise). i lov...
Summary: Replaced my standard keyboard that came with an eMachines computer years ago. I game a lot - not sure why I waited so long. This one is worth it. Logitech makes quality products - haven't let me down yet. Not into "macros" while gaming, so I can't comment on that functionality.
Summary: I should also comment on the USB pass-through it has on its back. Very handy. Plug my mouse into it, and it works just fine.
Pros: This was the 1st mechanical gaming keyboard I've purchased to go with the G600 mouse I bought earlier. I've been loving it since buying it. Before I used Logitech's K500 keyboard, which wasn't bad either, but nothing like this. Keys are snappy, it's very responsive (no keyboard I've owned before ...
Cons: I can not think of any cons so far. Works very well.
Pros: Mechanical. Snappy but not too loud or clicky! "Brown cherry switches" Well lit and dimmable if needed. Sturdy durable feel. Best keyboard I've owned to date. I've been gaming since Tandy TRS80! haha!
Cons: None. More colors options for the backlit keys? But then the price goes up! I'm happy as it is!