Logitech Gaming Keyboard G19s - UK layout
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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.
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
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
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
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|
|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|
|Multi-key inputs with anti-ghosting||6||26||6|
|Onboard memory/stores profiles||✔|
|Dedicated media controls||✔||✔||✔|
|On-the-fly macro recording||✔||✔||✔|
|Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista||✔||✔||✔|
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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.Read more ›
In the photos I tried to show some colour samples, as well as with the back light off. the monitor and then the whole board as well. sorry they are not the best of quality photos. but you get the jest of it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My G19 suffered with a torn membrane on the space bar making it terrible to use. Logitech had pretty much discontinued all of the G19 series including the "s" model, and... Read morePublished 17 days ago by SP175
Constantly having issues with not being able to use it. Has a seperate power plug for the usb 3 power and the lcd screen. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
took a couple of days to get used to but now i am used to it i love it. sometimes you have to hold a button down hard while playing games but it does not bother me now.Published 7 months ago by Jonathan7Ben
Pain that it needs a power cable...limited number of apps. Great keyboard otherwise!Published 10 months ago by Scott Royle
I bought this for my partner who is a big gaming fan. He found the keys were too small for his hands and returned it.Published 11 months ago by annebar
I've been using this keyboard a long time now even the older version and only had one problem with the second one I bought (this is the third) what happened is the 2 button broke I... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Steven Kelly
Great keyboard. Handy little screen can show many things like character profiles in games and voice over IP services. Comes with optional hand rest. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mr. D. Baird
It's a really good product, does every thing it's suppose too, just make sure you don't pay any more than £85 for it, I've had it for awhile now and it seems like a good solid... Read morePublished 17 months ago by John