Summary: I'm not a gamer, but I embrace what the gamer's have brought to the party. This a GREAT 'mechanical' keyboard for the price. Nice feel and well built. With Logitech's warranty and software updates, I expect no issues down the road.
Summary: I bought two of these that were manufacturer Refurbished and I like them a lot. Been using them a month now and no problems so far. I do not game, only photoshop and screw off on internet so not too hard on the equipment. Pretty cool keyboard.
Summary: This keyboard is literally the best i've ever used. I have used many other mechanical keyboards out there and this is simply the best. If you are already thinking on picking one up, then do it.
Great keyboard, feels awesome when typing, high quality, solid build
6 May 2014
Summary: I've been using this keyboard for just over a week and so far I am loving it. I've recommended it to my friends and colleagues and I now own two of these, one for my office and one for my home office.
Summary: This is my first mechanical keyboard and I don't regret my purchase. It takes a little time to get use to the keys, but once you learn how much pressure to apply to activate them, this keyboard is perfect.
Summary: I owned a previous Mechanical kbd it was the Razer Blackwiddow and after all the problems i had with that 120+$ keyboard which eventually lead to me throwing it out i said id never buy another mechanical kbd or a keyboard that costs 70+$ ever again. So since then i had been using a G105 and its a great keyboard but i ended up needing a new keyboard for another pc and decided against all my previous promises to buy this keyboard mostly because i believe in Logitech...
Pros: Bright backlighting, quiet mechanical keys, scroll for sound very nice., its cleanly laid out
Cons: price is a bit high imho if your buying without a price match.
Summary: My very first impression of this keyboard when I tried out the keys was "shoot I should've gotten a cherry mx blue board". The tactile feedback just didn't appear to be there, but after using it for about a week or two (doing classwork, writing emails etc.) I've really come to appreciate it. I guess it just took some time for me to get used to it and now I don't think I'll ever be able to go back to a membrane keyboard.
Pros: Fully mechanical, full back-light, good media controls, six programmable keys, pass through USB & good build quality.
Cons: Location of pass through USB (good for plugging in your mouse but terrible for flash drives) & price if you buy at MSRP
Summary: This is a very solid cherry MX brown switches keyboard. It's definitely better than membrane keyboard that I've been using for the past 8 - 9 years. The keyboard itself is well constructed and it include a wrist rest, which is a nice touch.
Pros: - quiet MX switches, - include a wrist rest, - scrolling wheel for volume control, - macro keys