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Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard

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  • Gaming keyboard
  • High level of information, programmability and control
  • Adjustable display
  • Programmable G-keys
  • One year limited warranty
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Technical Details

  • Minimum RAM: 256

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 8 x 1.8 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AY0HTU
  • Item model number: 967599-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Logitech® G15 Keyboard™ offers gamers an unprecedented level of in-game information, programmability, and control. Its adjustable-tilt, backlit LCD display shows you crucial system info during game play, and lets you set timers to keep track of game events. You can even stay in touch with your IM buddies while you're playing! The 18 programmable G Keys™ let you execute macros—for example, casting spells in World of Warcraft with a single button press—and the backlit keys are great for lights-out play. The Logitech® G15 Keyboard™ also has a switch that turns off the Windows® key so hitting it won't accidentally end your game. It´s completely customized to help you play better. Try it and you won't imagine going back to a standard keyboard.

Features

  • View game stats. Use the GamePanel™ LCD to view game stats, create new macros, and keep track of important system information without leaving the game. LCD panel closes completely for storage.
  • Play in the dark. Illuminated characters are easily visible in both bright and low-light conditions. Three levels of backlighting brightness for late-night gaming sessions.
  • Create and save new macros with a press of a button—while you´re still playing. 18 fully programmable "G Keys" have three shift states for 54 possible custom macros per game
  • Eliminate cable hassles! Intelligently route mouse, headset, or other cables using convenient channels under the keyboard.
  • Begin playing immediately. Basic media controls -- Play/pause, track forward/back, stop, mute, and volume up/down—are all easy to find.
  • Record custom key sequences. Make on-the-fly additions to your key programming set with Macro Record button.
  • Watch and listen. Convenient media keys for easy management of video and audio playback.
  • Play forever. Super robust keys are rated to 20 million key presses — twice the durability of normal keyboard keys. Gaming Mode Switch disables the Windows key so you don´t get dropped out of your game if you accidentally touch it. Detachable palmrest provides ergonomic comfort for long sessions.
Adjustable-tilt, backlit LCD display
The GamePanel™ LCD shows you crucial system information during gameplay.

Folding LCD panel
Closes completely for storage or transportation.

Backlit keys
Three brightness levels, for playing in darkened rooms.

Programmable G keys
Perform single keystrokes or complex macros with 18 programmable G keys.

System Requirements

  • PC with Pentium® processor or compatible
  • Windows® XP
  • 256 MB RAM
  • 20 MB of available hard disk space
  • CD-ROM drive
  • USB port
  • GamePanel™ LCD requires software that supports Logitech® GamePanel™ technology.
Package Contents

  • Logitech® G15 Gaming Keyboard
  • Installation CD with GamePanel™ software
  • User Guide
  • One-year limited warranty

Product Description

G15 Gaming Keyboard USB Game Panel DISP

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The macro keys (g keys) are easy to set up.
Mike
It's got great backlit keys (nice blue color), and LCD that can display game statistics as you play, and also monitors your CPU and RAM usage during everyday tasks.
AWGamer11
The backlit keys give a pretty nice blue glow to the keys and two brightness settings are available.
Andrew

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

171 of 177 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on October 28, 2005
Just got the Logitech G15 Gaming keyboard yesterday, and overall I'm impressed by the flexibility and potential it offers. However, don't let the attractive design of the keyboard and the sweet looking LCD screen you see in the pictures fool you. The real draw of the G15 can all be found on the left side of the keyboard.

The best feature of this keyboard really isn't the LCD display, but its capability to create keyboard macros. The G15 features 18 additional "G" keys on the left hand side of the keyboard, which are completely customizable to playback complicated sequences of keystrokes (i.e. macros) for whatever game or Windows application you might have. These 18 keys can each be reassigned under three different "M" keyboard maps, giving you the capability to assign 3 different macros on one G key. Think of these keys as a hardware version of Keyboard Express built into your keyboard--only the macros are "hard-wired" to specific applications, i.e., the macros only work once an application you assign to it is running on your PC. In a nutshell you a) launch the included G-Series Keyboard Profiler software, b) name and assign a macro to a specific executable program, and then c) record the keystrokes to the macro. Only after you run the designated program the macro becomes available for use.

Logitech included premade profiles for Battlefield 2 and Star Wars Battlefront in its Profiler software. As you might imagine these profiles contain some basic prebuilt macros assigned to G-Keys for those specific games, giving your keyboard some added functionality. As for the Profiler software itself--it isn't all that flashy, but contains some great tutorials to get you started. It isn't rocket science creating macros on this keyboard, but it isn't clear-cut easy either.
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Edward Sunder on November 9, 2005
I have been using a Gateway AnyKey keyboard for years and have resisted changing because of the programmable features built into that keyboard. My keyboard was nearly dead and I was not looking forward to replacing it with one without its built-in programmable keys. A friend pointed me to this keyboard and I decided to give it a try. It is spectacular. I have no idea if it works well for gaming, but as a productivity tool, the on-the-fly recording of macros is a huge time saver especially for software developers. I like the touch of the keys and the extras like volume and media control work great. This keyboard will pay for itself in productivity gains in a day or two.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Xinqing Luo on November 8, 2005
this is really the best keyboard ever. it replaces all the zboards. you might like the layout of the zboards better, but if you don't care, then this is THE budget buy for you. the 18 G keys are fully custumizable with most games as old as warcraft 3 and mabye even some older games. the g keys also have different "m" keys. the m keys are for different users, so if you have a brother that likes to customize the buttons differently but for the same game, he can do it his way on m2 while your options are on m1. so really, you have 54 G keys (18x3). and the buttons change by application. so if your playing battlefield 2, the G keys set to what you put for battlefield 2, so when you go back to your desktop, the g keys change to the shortcuts you put for it. this completely replaces zboards. why spend 100-200 dollars for a couple different zboards when you can spend 60-70 dollars on this. the lcd screen also works for media players (itunes, windows media player, etc). it tells you what song ur listening to, the author, and allows you to change songs, and volume right on the keyboard. the lcd screen tells you the time, date, ram, cpu usange, game info (depends on game), song info (depends on song).

pros-
1. lcd screen tells you a ton without looking at the screen.

2. there is the game button that when you turn it on, it disables the windows key and other functions that bring you to the desktop (AWSOME for hardcore gamers)

3. backlit keys for late night playing

4. has a 1.1 usb hub that can take 2 usb cords.

5. g keys fully customizable to games/everyday uses.

6. m keys allow 3 users to custumize g keys their way.

7. the media buttons on the keyboard actually work.

8.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By OpusRedX on August 22, 2006
SEE UPDATE BELOW!
After 2 months of daily use the paint on the keys is wearing off to the point I now have several keys that are just clear circles. Since I'm a touch typist I'm not completely crippled by this, but I still find this to be a major quality issue so I will be putting Logitech on the bottom of my list of options on future keyboard purchases. As a side note, I feel the backlit keys on this keyboard is really more bling then functional because the color of the light and low light output requires you get fairly close to the keys to see the keys correctly so in complete darkness the feature provides limited functionality. Besides after limited use the keys will lose the paint and become just blue circles of light.

The macro keys seem to function as designed but this isn't the only keyboard with this feature so really unless you plan to use this keyboard strictly for bling I would look for a better product.

UPDATE:
I contacted Logitech support and explained my issue with the paint and they gave me a RMA number to send my keyboard back for a replacement. They also told me this was a known issue and that the paint on the keys of the replacement keyboard would not wear off! And I'm happy to report after about a month of use I do not see any signs of wear on the keys. So if you buy this keyboard you might try to validate it is one of the new versions but I'm not sure how you would do that. But if you already have this keyboard and the paint is coming off try contacting Logitech support to get an RMA.
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