Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard with Game Panel LCD Screen
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- Game Panel LCD screen: Stay informed with real-time game stats, VoIP communication data and more without interrupting game play
- Custom-color RGB backlighting: Assign a unique color to each profile, profile mode and mode style to easily locate any key in the dark
- 18 Programmable G-keys: Simplify actions. Configure up to 54 unique functions per game, including single key presses, complex macros or intricate LUA scripts* (*Requires software installation)
- 3.5mm audio ports: Quickly plug in your headset, plus independently control game audio output and your headset mic
- Multi-key input: Press up to six keys at once to perform multiple complex moves without interference or ghosting
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|Item Dimensions||1.97 x 20.63 x 6.26 in||19.8 x 9.5 x 1.39 in||6.6 x 18.9 x 1.4 in||2.56 x 20.43 x 10.24 in||2.2 x 5.32 x 7.56 in||9.5 x 9.5 x 2.5 in|
G510s Gaming Keyboard offers 18 programmable G-keys while the GamePanel LCD screen gives a view of vital stats - a clear advantage.
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Logitech's quality is the best I've found which is why I stick with it. I'm a regular FB poster too and my followers received updates on my keyboard choices as shown when my last one died. (Assuming they let the pics through)
I've only found one small issue that I don't care for after using this for a few weeks. They changed the typeface on the keys and the one they chose is not the best in my opinion. Some symbols are a bit difficult to read. If you type blind then it won't bother you. Certainly not a reason to not purchase this wonderful keyboard. I added a photo.
These keyboards are quite durable and the 510s even moreso. My old G15 only broke due to my own repeated fiddling with the keys and constant (admittedly reckless) popping out and back in to clean quickly instead of the right way. The only actual qualms I had with the old G15 was that the key labels started to fade after about a year of use. It's been a year and a half with this G510s and it has not only survived a move, but still is as sturdy and vivid in colour and key labels as the day I got it.
Though it does retain the soft, squishy keyboard feel of non-mechanicals, it doesn't feel bad to use on its own. The keys are comfortable, not too loud and fits nice with my (I believe average-sized) hands.
The best part, of course, is the LCD screen that it comes equipped with. It gives you a quick overview of your basic computer performance, the time & date, or your current game's stats if enabled (League of Legends, Borderlands, etc) and is actually the primary reason I chose this keyboard.
Though I bought mine on a great sale of $60, I would definitely recommend this keyboard in the sub-$100 range. In fact, I would like to go as far as to say that this might be the best non-mechanical keyboard out there, though I still have yet to get to try Logitech's G19 model, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.
There is a built in microphone and audio jack so if my computer is 20 feet awat and im on my 50 inch TV gaming I can plug in at keyboard.
Function : The interface makes it really simply to click and save a macro to a key. Typical MMos have 12345 for actions . Any additional keys 67890 tend to be far away from the left hand and may require you to look. With this I can set keybindings all to the 18 button g keys. Super great for tabbed targeting based mmos like SWTOR , elder scrolls, and Wow which i have all played with.
Only drawback is there is a slight familiarization needed to get used to having new keys on the left area. I click ESC alot to clear in-game menus and found myself accidentally using an ability. That is because I was used to a traditional keyboard and going to the end of the board to hit esc. But in no way does that affect the review just a small thing i had to correct myself.
I LOVE the integration of the headset and microphone into the keyboard along with mute buttons. Great addition!
I like the scroll wheel volume control much better than the circular dial on the G15.
The screen is a nice and very useful upgrade over my G15, although I didn't have the best luck with a couple of interface addons I tried, such as TeamSpeak.
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