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Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510

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  • GamePanel LCD: Access in-game stats, VoIP data media player information and more-without leaving the game
  • Custom-color backlighting: Personalize backlighting in a variety of backlit colors to match the rest of your gear, and easily locate keys in the dark*
  • Integrated USB Audio: Strategize in clear digital audio Separate headphone and mic jacks and mute buttons let you use any analog headset with 35 mm plugs as a USB audio device
  • 18 Programmable G-keys: Three mode states for each G-Key let you record up to 54 single key presses or complex macros per game*
  • Full-speed USB: Execute commands without delay with speeds four times faster than standard USB keyboards(* Requires software installation)
  • GamePanel LCD: Access in-game stats, VoIP data media player information and more - without leaving the game
  • Custom-color backlighting: Personalize backlighting in a variety of backlit colors to match the rest of your gear, and easily locate keys in the dark*
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model Number: 920-002530
  • Connectivity Technology: usb
  • Color: Black
  • Form Factor: Backlit Keys
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Product Description

Product Description

The Logitech gaming keyboard g510 gives you the tools and Intel you need to win, putting you control of the game with a game panel lcd, custom backlighting*, and integrated usb audio. * requires software installation.

From the Manufacturer

Gaming Keyboard G510
Noteworthy Features
•  Easy-to-read LCD display provides real-time game information
•  Customizable backlit key colors
•  Headset jacks for crystal-clear USB audio
•  18 fully programmable G-keys execute up to 54 functions per game
•  Full-speed USB for lag-free execution of commands


Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510

The tools and intel you need to win
You'll be well armed for battle with this powerful keyboard for hardcore gamers. Get the real-time information and customizable control you need to step up your gaming speed, accuracy and victories.

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GamePanel LCD for instant intel
Access vital in-game stats, system performance, VOIP communication data, media player information and more—without leaving the game.

    Custom-color backlighting
  • Personalize keyboard lighting to match your setup
  • Choose from a wide array of character backlighting colors, including white
  • Just the right brightness to easily locate keys in the dark

  •     Headset-ready USB audio
  • Separate headphone and mic jacks and mute buttons let you strategize with teammates in clear digital sound
  • Use any analog headset with 3.5 mm plugs

  •   18 programmable G-keys
  • Configure up to 54 unique functions per game
  • Program single keystrokes or intricate macros
  • Record new macros on the fly without exiting the game

  • Full-speed USB with multi-key input
  • 500Hz (2 millisecond) report rate means your commands are executed without delay
  • Press multiple keys at once to perform complex actions without worrying that keystrokes are being ignored, delayed or blocked by other keys

  •     Game/desktop mode prevents interruptions
    Disable the Windows/Context Menu keys with a flip of a switch and you'll never accidently interrupt your game


    What's in the box?
  • Keyboard
  • Palm rest
  • Software CD
  • User documentation
  • 1-year limited hardware warranty
  • Works with
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later
  • Available high-speed USB 2.0 port
  • 20 MB of available hard disk space
  • CD-ROM drive
  • GamePanel LCD requires software that supports Logitech GamePanel technology. Visit www.logitech.com/gamepanel
  • GamePanel LCD, custom backlighting, and G-key programming require software installation.

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    Which Logitech Gaming Keyboard Is Right For You?

    Gaming Keyboard G110 G13 Advanced Gameboard Gaming Keyboard G510 G19 Keyboard for Gaming
    What Do You Get? Fully programmable control Portable and customizable control Game-changing control, customization and audio clarity A complete arsenal of advanced gaming technology
    Keyboard Design
    Backlit keys with customizable colors
    GamePanel LCD for instant game intel   Monochrome Monochrome Color
    Integrated USB audio for headsets    
    USB Hub Ports One USB 2.0 port     Two powered USB 2.0 ports
    Palm Rest Detachable Integrated cushion Detachable Detachable
    Navigation Features
    Programmable G-keys 12 25 18  12
    Onboard memory/stores
    Quick media controls  
    On-the-fly macro recording
    System Support
    Windows XP, Vista or 7 and Mac OS X

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    Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930
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    Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 3.4 x 21 inches ; 3.8 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds
    • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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    • ASIN: B003VAK16O
    • Item model number: 920-002530
    • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (357 customer reviews)
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    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
    • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 6, 2010

    Customer Reviews

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    After about 3 years of faithful, hardcore gaming service, my first-gen G15 was starting to show its age. Paint coming off, some keys sticking or unresponsive, backlight occasionally cutting out, etc. Despite this, I'd held off on getting a replacement for several reasons. Particularly, the 2nd generation G15 had only 6 macro keys, yet was still more expensive for reasons I can't fathom. The G110 seemed more like what I was looking for, but still only had 12 G-keys. Ditto the G19, which is probably also the most expensive keyboard on the market. I'm used to having 18 and probably can't live without that many now. Enter the G510, which I've found to be a worthy replacement that is the true successor to the original G15.

    Aside from jumbling up the numeric designation, Logitech made several changes to the basic design. The LCD display is now backlit but also smaller and no longer collapsible. The key backlighting has customizable color that is bound to macro keysets. The USB plugs in the back are gone, replaced by a headphone/mic jack that works through the same USB link. A few things are also moved around, such as the ESC key and media controls (moved a bit left and to the right above the num pad, respectively). Also gone are the wire guides in the back panel, and the media controls have been souped up with a barrel volume adjust instead of a wheel. Additionally, the G510 is significantly more compact than the old G15, which is somewhat of a relief for those like me with cramped desk space. In general, the function keys (MR, M1-3, etc.) are larger and have a softer feel to them; it sometimes took a bit of mashing to get them to trigger on my old G15.

    The 18 macro keys are effectively unchanged, as is the software.
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    Logitech is on a roll with their new keyboards. They've created an interesting and (usually) easy to follow line of keyboards that range from being perfectly competent (G110) to being absolutely wonderful (G19, G13). Sitting in the middle at one point was the G15. The G15 had very similar features to the G110 (which was a refresh of the G11). It came with an LCD screen where the G110 had none. The only one up the G110 had was in the programmable key department. On the side of all of the G series keyboards is a row of G-keys, which allowed you to do a variety of things, like program specific key strokes or even develop macros. All of these functions are controlled by software, that allows you to sync specific G-keys to specific games. This allows you to load a game, and have a specific key set for that particular game.

    The original G15 apparently had 18 G-keys. When they redid the G series keyboards, they reduced that number to six programmable buttons (this is the previous model and the one I used). The new refresh (G510) ups the G-keys back to 18 (with the M buttons, this provides you with 54 unique functions per game). This allows games to have a vast combination of keys to choose from and even trumps the G19, the "top of the line keyboard" in terms of numbers. That is, until the inevitable G19 refresh. The G510 has an monochromatic LCD screen that has a couple of really cool widgets available. It works seamlessly with Ventrilo, so if you're in the middle of a game and you're playing with new people, you can see who's talking, comments people leave, etc. It works very well. I use it all the time with the G19. Other games offers specific widgets. I've seen this mostly with Lord of the Rings Online, where you can see your stats on the screen.
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    I got this as a replacement for my g15, the one with the 18 G keys. That keyboard was starting to flicker some and even had paint worn out where my hand would be for gaming. Anyways, one problem I have is you can't change the angle of the screen like with the g15, and this keyboard's screen just isn't at quite the right angle for me. I can still read what's on the screen fine, but it could be at a better angle. It doesn't have brightness changing, only on and off. Which brings me to the choice in colors, I think it's pretty cool, but find blue to be too dark to see and needs a bit more oomph before I'd choose to use it. That being said I do think the green color looks pretty cool even, and red didn't look bad either...though most colors in between don't look that wonderful. I do like that the windows button disabler is now a switch so you don't forget that it's on like I had multiple times with the g15 and keep wondering why I couldn't hit the start button, then think it's windows and restart.

    It would have been nice if the microphone and headphone jack were audio pass through with a cables that split off from the USB so you could still use a higher end soundcard with it. It would also be nice if you could plug just the mic into the keyboard and still get audio from a sound card. I haven't tested this recently, but when I first got it, this was an issue. I also think it would be neat to have the ability to assign the volume scroll wheel to a certain program as I never adjust my windows volume, just the volume of whatever program I'm using. It would be good too if the mute microphone or headphone was software and not only for the built in audio jacks. I do think they also did a good job on the size of it as the g15 was a behemoth.
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