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Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard - Keyboard - USB - English - US
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Good intel and proper gear are the keys to victory. With the Logitech G15 keyboard, you get both. Now you can easily discover on which server your friends are playing Battlefield 2142, be notified when your World of Warcraft battleground becomes available and know exactly who's talking in Ventrilo with the Logitech G15 keyboard's exclusive GamePanel LCD. You can also create useful macros on the fly that play back with a single press of one of the six G keys. As every key features illuminated characters, with three levels of brightness, you can keep playing late into the night.
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I have had my board since 2008 and just replaced it with another Logitech model the G710+. Why? After 7 years of using the same keyboard....Yes, 7 years the keys start to get a little funny. That is allot of eating, drinking and gaming over the keyboard. It hasn't been retire but is part of another PC build used in a different room.
I would have purchased again if the price was right but I was able to find the G710+ on sale which is a mechanical keyboard and the main reason I didn't go back to the G15.
*Update* - IT'S 2017 and I'm still using this keyboard. lol. Solid. This is becoming hilarious. See you guys in 2018.
The backlighting is bright enough to be useful, but not as bright as I would like it to be.
The LCD requires software running on the host PC in order to do anything useful (which I expected). While I haven't found as many plug-ins for it as I would like to have seen, there are quite a few and they do seem to work well. I especially like the clock/calendar, media display, and performance monitoring ones.
The keys seem to be durable and work well. The layout is good, though the placement of the "~" key in the upper left position where I'm used to finding the "Esc" key is a bit frustrating at times. I also have a habit of hitting the G5/G6 keys when I mean to hit the Ctrl key. I remapped those keys to Ctrl to resolve that issue.
When used for gaming, I find the keyboard to be responsive and comfortable. I haven't seen any evidence of the "lag" I've heard other reviewers mention.
I haven't used the built-in USB ports because they aren't too accessible with my KVM switch on that side of the keyboard.
I have owned two G15 keyboards. I gamed with two computers at once many times before and had two G15 keyboards with two G5 mice.
I am happy to see the G15 back on sale new.
The G15 is bigger and perhaps brighter than the G510, especially on the window display. The G 510 has better colors on the blacklighting though.
The G510 does have a volume wheel which is better but a dial would be even better perhaps.
The G510 buttons do actuate easier and smoother too.
However the G 510 does not wake up after the computer has been sleeping. You can wake the G 510 up by replugging its usb but that gets old real fast.
The G15 is much easier for me to type with and game with because the buttons are larger and easier to see and farther apart so I do not hit buttons accidently. Perhaps some might like the G 510 better for typing but I am primarily a gamer and definately not a typist.
I would rather pay more and get another G15 next time.