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  • Colour GamePanel LCD
  • Custom-colour backlighting
  • Comes with 12 programmable G-keys
  • Surface materials
  • Two hi-speed USB ports
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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions50.8 x 28.2 x 7.2 cm
Item model number920-004992
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CM1TTFW
Best Sellers Rank 5,707 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available15 May 2013
  
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Logitech GSeries | Science Wins

It's easy to be passionate about winning, but Logitech's passion is in the science that makes winning possible. They build precise gaming instruments. They advance technology so gamers can reach new levels of speed, precision, reliability and comfort. Science is their philosophy, their methodology for studying, testing, and advancing gamers' experience—in the lab and in the game.

Features

Settle for nothing short of everything.

Harness the power of greater intelligence with a keyboard for gamers who don’t know what it means to have too much information. A GamePanel color screen feeds you a steady flow of vital intel. Programmable G-keys simplify complex actions. Take your game to higher levels with advanced technology to light your way forward.


Color GamePanel keeps you fully informed

Feeds you real-time game stats, background system information and VoIP communication data

Displays video playback and image slide shows

Add community-developed applets or your own

Brilliant full-color LCD screen for an easy read in the dark

Tiltable design adjusts to just the right viewing angle

Custom-color backlighting

Low-light play is easy with personalized lighting

Ability to assign a unique color to each profile, profile mode and mode style in the same game

16 million RGB color choices

Lets you know which mode you’re in without looking down

12 programmable G-keys to act fast

Complete complex actions simpler and faster.

Configure up to 36 unique functions with 3 modes and macros per key

Record single keypresses, complex macros or intricate LUA scripts on the fly without leaving the game

Lets you instantly switch DPI levels, open microphone channels, and even send a text broadcast to your team

Two high-speed powered USB ports

Easy to transfer data to and from peripherals like MP3 players and flash drives

Doubles as a charging station for battery-powered devices

anti-ghosting
Six-key anti-ghosting

Multi-key input—press up to six keys at once to execute complex moves exactly right

Perform multiple moves in one action like run, strafe, select a weapon and open a door

Anti-ghosting so you never see a command you didn’t intend

One-touch media controls

Instantly access volume and full media playback controls

No need to search for function keys

desktop mode
Game/desktop mode ends false moves

Disables the Windows key with one button

Prevents an accidental keystroke so your game won’t be interrupted

Advanced surface materials

Durable hydrophobic coating helps keep hands from sticking to the palm rest

Double UV coated keys for extra long life

Fingerprint-resistant faceplate helps maintain a fresh look

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What you get Customizable control High-performance mechanical keyboard with tactile feedback The ultimate arsenal of advanced gaming technology
Keyboard Design
Illuminated keys Custom-color backlighting; Dual-zone adjustable white backlighting Custom-color backlighting
GamePanel LCD for instant game intel Monochrome Color
Integrated USB audio for headsets
USB Hub Ports One USB pass-through port Two powered USB 2.0 ports
Palm Rest Detachable Detachable Detachable
Navigation Features
Programmable G-keys 18 16 12
Multi-key inputs with anti-ghosting 6 26 6
Onboard memory/stores profiles
Dedicated media controls
On-the-fly macro recording
System Support
Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista

Box Contains

1 x Gaming keyboard
1 x Palm rest
1 x AC power adapter
1 x User documentation
1 x Three-year limited hardware warranty

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clever Spud TOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 July 2013
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So that's a novelty. Without the power connected the keyboard functions as a standard USB keyboard, but where's the fun in that? The plug is one of those that have the cable going in at the top where the Earth pin is. It's also a longish plug - basically what I'm saying is that if you use a 10 or 12 gang powerstrip, with two rows of sockets, this plug will take up two spaces across the width of the strip. That's really sloppy design. Who doesn't use an extension powerstrip with their PC? The lead coming out of the keyboard is doubled-up for USB and power making it heavier than a standard USB cable and somewhat unwieldy, though this is really just a niggle.

The keyboard is entirely plastic, with membrane-switched keys. I have had one of the original Logitech G15 keyboards for an age and while it uses the same non-mechanical-switched keys, the housing feels heavier and sturdier in use. The old G15 had 18 programmable "G" keys, while the revised G15 only had 12, as does the G19s. There are three "shift" buttons to triple up the number of functions that you can have for a total of 36. This seems like plenty. The old reliable "MR" button lets you assign a macros to any key on the fly and is a godsend for games like "Dwarf Fortress" which use a lot of keyboard short-cuts, or games with "Quick Time Events" - this functionality turned the "Walking Dead" game from a chore into a real pleasure by taking out the button-mashing -, but it's also incredibly handy if you're doing a bunch of document editing or spreadsheet work.

I remember mechanical-switch keyboards from back in the day when there wasn't anything else available. Honestly I have no problem with modern membrane keyboards and find them perfectly comfortable to use for extended periods of time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 31 July 2013
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First impressions and build:
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The G19s shares a form factor with the other keyboards in the G series - traditional QWERTY, F keys, and numpad banks, with the function keys shoved to the left of the keyboard and the controls for the screen, memory profiles, and volume up top. It's made of a variety of heavy plastics: the keys and handrest are a non-slick matte material, while the trim around the edges is a glossy dark blue. The thing feels solid and there's little flex, as you'd expect and hope for at this price range.

The G19s embraces the 'gamer' aesthetic fully, with every key backlit with a completely customisable colour. The LEDs themselves aren't terribly bright, although they're definitely bright enough to be noticeable in a well-lit room and readable in the dark The illumination is slightly uneven on some keys, such as the capslock key. The transparent cutouts for the lettering on the keys is in a futuristic typeface, very much in keeping with the general style of the package. I normally go for more sedate designs - my previous keyboards were a Unicomp mechanical keyboard and a Logitech Wireless Solar, but the G19s is just tasteful enough for me to use it without feeling like a late 90s cyberpunk throwback. Not that there's anything particularly wrong with that, of course.

Looking past the illuminated keys and ballsy design, there's another unusual feature: the screen. It's a tiny 4:3 LED display attached to the top of the keyboard. It can pivot to a limited degree, allowing for slumpers and people with decent posture alike to choose a viewing angle to suit them.

Typing and gaming experience:
The first thing to note is that this, like most keyboards made in the last decade, is a membrane switch.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert Groom TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Aug. 2013
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I finally had to admit defeat. In spite of spending a lot of time on the phone to a very helpful support person from Logitech (available Mon-Fri in working hours only), and despite un-plugging or disabling any hardware or software that may conflict with it, I was unable to get the keyboard to be recognised by my Windows 7 64-bit gaming PC. Very disappointed, though from what I've read elsewhere, I'm not the only person to have experienced this. In more than 20 years of PC gaming, this is the first time I've been unable to get a peripheral to work at all. I already have a Logitech G600 mouse which works fine using the same driver software, but the keyboard was a no-go.

It looks nice, and it has a quality feel (as you'd expect for this money) but beyond that I fear I'm unable to report.

My advice is, when you receive your keyboard - try it straight away, and if it doesn't install and work easily, send it back and get a refund as soon as possible. Of course there's no guarantee that it'll also work when you upgrade your motherboard or OS, so even if it does work initially, you may run into trouble later.

Sorry Logitech, your support team may be helpful (when they're there - generally not when you're gaming) but this keyboard seems to be a little too clever for its own good.

Unable to recommend.

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Updated Apr-2014

I had to re-install Windows 7 on my PC, and I was pleased to discover that I was able to get the newly installed machine to recognise the keyboard. I had a good couple of weeks use of it before suddenly it gave up connecting to the PC and began endlessly rebooting itself (the keyboard, not the PC). After endless messing around, I gave up again, and I've completely had it with this thing.
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