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Logitech G13 Programmable Gameboard with LCD Display
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- Naturally contoured design follows the natural shape of your hand and fingers for increased comfort during long sessions
- Onboard memory lets you program up to 5 ready-to-play profiles, so you can take your personal preferences with you
- Customizable backlighting lets you choose your colors and easily locate the right key in low-light conditions or lights-out play
- 25 programmable keys allow you to assign keyboard functions to suit your style of play and create macros on the fly
- The high-visibility GamePanel LCD displays game stats, system info, and communications from fellow players
- Naturally contoured design follows the natural shape of your hand and fingers for increased comfort during long sessions.
- Onboard memory lets you program up to 5 ready-to-play profiles, so you can take your personal preferences with you.
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Game-Changing Comfort and Control
Whether you’re rescuing hostages, on a quest with your guild, or saving humanity, you don’t want to worry about hand fatigue or hitting the wrong key. Introducing the Logitech G13 advanced gameboard--a hybrid gaming keyboard designed to complement your Logitech gaming keyboard and mouse--giving you game-changing comfort and control on a Mac computer or a PC.
Unlike other gameboards that focus only on programmability, the G13 advanced gameboard incorporates the principles of our award-winning Comfort Wave design. So whether you’re getting into World of Warcraft or walking into your next LAN party, the G13 gameboard gives you a powerful advantage over those forced to work with less. Change your game and play with the best.
Winner of CES 2009 Best of Innovations Award
Suggested games for the Logitech G13 Advanced Gameboard:
- World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
- Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning
- Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures
- The Lord of the Rings Online: Mines of Moria
- Left 4 Dead
- Call of Duty: World at War
- Crysis Warhead
- Fallout 3
- Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway
- Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3
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Top Customer Reviews
I have used both keypads to play World of Warcraft (WoW) extensively. Typically I use the mouse to steer my character, and the keypad to do the actions on my action bar. I use the joystick to move forward, back, and strafe left and right. My hand is average to small in size.
The Logitech G13 has more keys than the Belkin n52te. In fact the main reason I bought the G13 was because I ran out of keys on the n52te. The G13 has 22 keys plus a joystick button, and two extra buttons near the joystick for a total of 25 programable items. The n52te has 14 keys, a scroll wheel up-down-click button, and two buttons by the joystick for a total of 19 programmable items. When you get advanced in WoW, the more buttons you have, the better your game will be since you can quickly do an action by pressing a button.
The n52te keys are all pretty much the same shape, and the middle key has a bump on it to help you locate where you are. The G13 has the most common keys the same shape, but other keys near the edges have a different shape. I find this helpful since I can feel the key and know where I am due to its shape. The G13 all has four keys with a concave impression to help you locate where you are on the keypad. Again, I find this more useful than the one key the n52te uses with a bumb on it.
The n52te has a D-Pad that allows you to control movement in 8 directions. It has an optional joystick insertion that makes it feel more like a joystick. When playing WoW, I actually only used 4 directions, and disabled the corner directionals, since it was too easy to go the wrong way by mistake.Read more ›
I still own my original model of this product and it is still working flawlessly. The gaming software has undergone a few updates, all of which have added some nice functionality. This has been a reliable and durable product over the years and I am still very happy with it.
This review is somewhat lengthy, but I try to cover all the bases on this device.
Overall Impression: Very nice piece of hardware, worth the money.
Ok, let's get started.
Physical Properties: The pad itself is of decent size for someone with average to slightly-larger-than average hands. I have long fingers and still felt very comfortable on this device. The keys press easily and are in a comfortable layout. The joystick also moves easily with my thumb. However, the joystick has a "click" attached to it when you press it down which is somewhat difficult to activate while keeping the stick still. It's definitely a hard press.
There is a non-slip surface on the bottom to keep the unit in place which works perfectly, as well as a comfortable semi-nonslip on the wrist/palm rest.
The LCD is clear and brightly illuminated with customizable lighting. There is also an on/off button for the backlight built onto the unit so you don't have to play with lights on all the time. The backlight for the LCD also backlights the buttons, which means that they follow the same customizable functionality.
The LCD also displays various, customizable, information based upon applications you have running on your system. It has support for all the mainstream media players to display song information, as well as RSS information, email, etc. It also has the capability to display in-game information, but the game itself must support this.Read more ›
I designed this review as a sort of encyclopedic critique of the each criticism I've found in the reviews here on Amazon and elsewhere. To prove my nerdiness conclusively, I've indexed my responses to each criticism so you don't have to read the whole thing. You can just pick out the issues that concern you and get my scoop on them.
2: Large/Small hand friendliness
3: Keys Hard to Reach
4: WASD Keys Unmarked
5: Keys Hard to Press
6: Thumbstick Hard to Press
7: Thumbstick "loose" Feeling
8: Thumbstick not Analog
9: Thorny Thumbstick
10: Weak Game-recognition
11: Installation/Stability Issues
12: No In-game Profile-switching
13: LCD Weaknesses
14: Only One Brightness Level
15: Short Cord
16: Learning Curve
First thing I hear a lot about is ergonomics. People say the joystick is in a "cramped" or "alien" position, and act like your thumb is going to snap off after five minutes of play time. They have no leg to stand on as far as I'm concerned. True, your thumb will not be resting on the side like a mouse, but this isn't a mouse, and it's not the N52, and yet, somehow, it feels perfectly comfortable to me.
2) Large/Small Hands
Alongside ergonomic complaints I've read a number of people saying the G13 "isn't made for large hands" or "isn't made for small hands." Evidently it was only made for medium-sized hands. I have huge hands, and I consider that my main advantage when using this board. Small hands I can see being a handicap, but I don't know for sure. If anything, this was made for big hands.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using it for digital illustration along side my wacom tablet and it works out excellently. It sits nicely beside the tablet and allows me keyboard functionality while keeping both... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Gareath Murray
The keys are terribly mushy, and the joystick click is way too heavy. Too hard to click the joystick without moving it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kevin W.
The build quality is really good on this unit, and the screen is pretty useful (honestly it has become my main use for the unit of late) but there are a few issues I have with it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by J. Airington
Great product, my second one of this modal. Only problem was a small piece of paper or something stuck in the screen blocking a couple pixels.Published 9 days ago by Joseph S. Braun
This keypad is great for me as an arthritis and carpal tunnel sufferer. I play SWTOR online which requires the right mouse key to be held down constantly to be able to move your... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Chelsea
I have owned a few programmable game pads, and this is by far the best one. While I don't use this device for gaming, it is perfect for what I need, and the LGS that it works with... Read morePublished 11 days ago by A Family Effort