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Logitech G105 Gaming Keyboard


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  • Backlighting
  • Comes with six programmable G-keys
  • Multi-key input
  • Media keys
  • Game/desktop mode switch
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions50 x 23 x 5 cm
Item model number920-005055
SeriesGaming Keyboard G105
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CM1TTH0
Best Sellers Rank 10,098 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available15 May 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105 is your essential tool for serious gaming. Play long into the night with LED backlighting. Six programmable G-keys, each with three mode states, provide up to 18 possible macro combinations per game. You can perform either single keystrokes or intricate macros with multiple keystrokes, mouse events, user-defined delays and repeating. You can even record new macros on the fly. And enhanced key rollover and anti-ghosting capabilities mean you can perform multiple—and more complex—actions without the interference or ghosting that can occur on other keyboards. Convenient one-touch media key controls put more control at your fingertips. And a game/desktop mode switch disables the Windows and Context Menu keys, so your game won't be interrupted if you accidentally press the wrong keys. Requires Logitech Gaming Software, available at logitech.com/downloads.

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1 x Keyboard
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Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jack Chakotay VINE VOICE on 28 Nov. 2013
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Let me start by saying this gaming keyboard is cheap with many functions that make it a superior product for its price bracket. Out of the box there is backlighting with control, media controls and antighosting. Load up the software available from logitech's website and you have a profile modes for game settings and programmable macros. This is comprehensive and powerful and I know there is a Call of Duty version that my CoD mad friends swear by. One of the functions even allows you to lock out Window keys/functions.

I am slightly taken aback by the myriad of negative reviews. I agree that the keys are noisy and they need a strong depress: hence the accusation of unresponsiveness. But I would like to add that if you come from a mechanical counterpart, this is probably much better at replicating that than the soft chiclet style keyboards that are prevailing even in the desktop sector.

Build quality is solid. The blue backlight is slightly dimmer than the chiclet (white) backlit keyboard from Logitech. The arrow keys are handily marked for both right and left handed use. It is visually pleasing and acceptable for everyday use although the gaming credentials are supposed to be signalled by the red rimmed inset. With a bit of ingenuity, you could use the macro functions productively for repetitive tasks.

So lets be honest, there are better keyboards out there but at higher prices and a number do not have at least one of the functions (backlighting for instance) If your budget is 50 pounds and you are going for an all rounder, this is your starting point.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Oct. 2013
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This keyboard is a low-end gamer's keyboard. It offers several features that will be of use to gamers. It is also usable (but not ideal) for general office use.

I've previously used the Logitech G19s Gaming Keyboard, which has loads of bells and whistles, including a little LCD screen you can use to monitor your computer's CPUs. It also has some neat functions like the ability to change the colour and intensity of the backlighting. On the downside, it needs a separate power supply, and to me it seems a little over-the-top. It has a hefty price-tag too.

By contrast, this G105 is reasonably basic, while offering everything you're likely to actually need. It's wired, not wireless, which is essential if you're hitting keys rapidly. The keys are matt black, which looks nice. The left-hand gaming keys (WASD) and the cursor keys are picked out in light grey, and there's pleasant, quite subtle blue backlighting. You can't change the backlight settings, but you can turn it off if you want. There's also a gamer's button you can press, which disables the Windows key and the context menu key, so you can't press them by accident when you're gaming.

The documentation provided is virtually non-existent. the gist of it is that you should download the software to control the keyboard from the Logitech website. Once you have installed the software, you can program the six "G-keys" down the left-hand side to perform complex actions using multiple keystrokes. There are also three "M-keys" at the top, to let you toggle the G-keys through different sets of actions if six G-keys isn't enough. And there's a "MR" button that lets you record macros on the fly during a game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Denis Vukosav TOP 50 REVIEWER on 27 Jan. 2015
Logitech G105 Backlighting Gaming Keyboard is an entry-level gaming keyboard of decent quality with many good features and though there is space for improvement (if you are willing to spend more money) G105 is good contender on market given its price and what it offers for the money.

The G105 is on the lower end of the Logitech G-Series gaming keyboards but still offers single color (blue) backlighting, 6 programmable G-keys and 5 multi-key inputs with anti-ghosting feature. Also it supports on-the-fly macro recording which makes it packed enough with features for most of gamers out there. For those more demanding Logitech in its G series offers 3 additional keyboard models – one of them G710 being the mechanical gaming keyboard.

This keyboard comes with no additional CDs, due to its nature of completely plug ’n play keyboard – no any extra installation required. I tried G105 on multiple Win OS versions and it worked on all of them like a charm – no additional SW or drivers were required.

Speaking about design, G105 resembles a standard PC keyboard, starting with its dimensions, placing of the keys and numerical keypad on the usual right side and it’s connected via standard USB 2.0 port. The keyboard comes in package box that protects it sufficiently from the possible damage during transport and within the box, therefore besides keyboard itself user gets only simple manual with pictures.

As already mentioned given its 6 programmable G-keys each of them offering 3 macros, G105 enables configuration of 18 different functions – should be enough for most of games. Speaking about backlighting, there are two brightness levels which are at least for my needs enough.
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