- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 920-003652
- Color: Black
- Hardware Platform: PC
- Item Display Weight: 500.00 grams
Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105 Call of Duty: MW3 Edition
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- Official PC keyboard of 2011's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: MW3 insignia and military-style night-vision green LED backlighting
- 6 Programmable G-keys: Preset up to 18 unique functions per game, including single key presses
- Multi-key input: Press up to five keys simultaneously to perform complex actions-without ghosting
- One-touch media keys: Volume, mute, start, stop, pause, forward and back controls are right at your fingertips
- Game/desktop mode switch: Disables the Windows/Context Menu keys so they won't interrupt the game if pressed accidentally
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| Gaming Keyboard G105 |
Call of Duty: MW3 Edition
|•||Night-vision green LED backlighting|
|•||Programmable G-keys* for single actions and complex macro maneuvers|
|•||Multi-key input with anti-ghosting|
|•||One-touch media keys|
|•||Game/desktop switch disables Windows keys during game play|
|•||Longer-life keys built for gaming|
|•||For Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 computers|
*G-key programming requires Logitech Gaming Software, available at logitech.com/downloads.
Pair your G105 Call of Duty Keyboard with Logitech Laser Mouse G9X Call of Duty: MW3 Edition
|Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105 |
Call of Duty: MW3 Edition
Prepare for victory with the official keyboard of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. From military style backlighting to an arsenal of game-dominating controls, this battle-tested keyboard is built to stand up to intense game play—and help you lay waste to enemies all over the map.
| What's in the box? ||Works with |
* G-key programming requires Logitech Gaming Software, available at logitech.com/downloads.
Top Customer Reviews
Before I get into my complaints, let's start with what I like. I like the keyboard LED backlighting which helps make the keyboard visible in a dark room (the typical environment when gaming "seriously" with MW3). I also like the narrow depth of the keyboard from front to back ... this not only takes up less space on my desk than a typical gaming keyboard but it also means the keys are slightly closer together making rapid key strokes easy during a game. I also like having the "WASD" keys a different color because it's easy to glance down at the keyboard and quickly bring my fingers back to the "home" keys for character movement in the middle of a game. I'm also happy that this backlit gaming keyboard only uses one USB cord; some gaming keyboards use two USB ports and I don't like taking up ports unless I have to.
Now for the problems.
Although the keyboard backlight is cool and in keeping with the theme of MW3, Logitech should have made it possible to change the color of the LEDs using the Logitech software. The matching Logitech M9X MW3 mouse has customizable LEDs that you can change to other colors, so why not let people change the LED color on the keyboard? Likewise, I don't think the maximum brightness setting is bright enough for the backlight. There needs to be one higher setting. My final complaint about the backlight is that the media shortcut keys (volume control) aren't backlit despite the fact that they look backlit on the box.Read more ›
"Customer support" at Logitech ranges from worthless to insulting. If your Logitech product goes bad, don't even bother, just replace it. Much cheaper than wasting hours being insulted by Logitech "customer care."
During my research of keyboards, I read that many felt that the Microsoft and Logitech keyboards were well made. How convenient!
I found both the Microsoft Reclusa, and a Logitech CoD G105 keyboard on sale, so I purchased both. [I'm using this review for both products].
I use the Microsoft Reclusa at work, and the Logitech at home. I like both keyboards.
I first ordered the Microsoft, and liked it so much, I purchased the Logitech cause I wanted a different backlit color, and I wanted to try something different. I used the Microsoft keyboard at home initially, but once I received the Logitech, I took the Microsoft keyboard to work and replaced my HP keyboard.
Both keyboards work and feel great. Both the Microsoft, and Logitech keyboards appear to be better quality than the Gateway and HP standard keyboards. It appears that my typing accuracy is improved.
The Reclusa feels better than the G105, but I believe I like the design of the G105 better.
The reason I'm giving the Reclusa 4 stars is because the palm rest attachment broke. The attachments used to connect the palm rest to the keyboard broke.
As a result, If I had to choose one based on quality, I would say the G105 is better quality. However, the Logitech did not come with a palm rest.
Moreover, I'm giving the G105 a 4 star rating as well because the keys don't feel as fluid as the Reclusa.
Nevertheless, both are good keyboards, and I suspect each will function as designed for a long time.
It's just a very nice keyboard overall regardless of the backlite. The keys are very mechanical feeling and fast typing is very easy with this. The memory settings are great and useful and the software is easy to use to setup multiple environments, but the thing I like most about this keyboard is the fact that I spilled an entire can of Pepsi in it and after cleaning it kept working like a charm, then a week or so later I spilled and entire cup of water in it "yes i'm clumsy" and after cleaning it, still worked great.
The keyboard is just a beast when it comes to rugged design "unlike Logitechs G9X" and liquids catch inside the unit and don't leak into the board at all. I've even tripped over the wire a half dozen times and the rugged cord hasn't even flinched, it has great rubber holding it in, any lesser keyboard would have been toast by now.
One last note. Although I like the backlite, it could be brighter, but it is perfectly adequate so it's a very minor complaint, plus it is amazing that the backlite still works considering what I have put this keyboard through, lol.
This is one strong rugged keyboard and I love it. Super tough, good job on this one Logitech.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I beat the crap out of this keyboard everyday and still works perfectlyPublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
I got a screaming deal on this keyboard. I've never even played MW3 but I got this because Logitech is one of the few brands who have never let me down. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kevin Smith
Sturdy keyboard, got it as a bundle because it was cheaper than its non MW3 counter part. Keys feel nice and some of them have a mechanical feel to them like the enter key but they... Read morePublished 4 months ago by renzo arreola
heavy use for 7 months and no issues at all. All features as advertised. Good quality equipmentPublished 5 months ago by srinivas rengarajan
First off this really isn't up to the Logitech standards for keyboards. I got this on sale for $25 and for that I think it's worth it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David
Thing lasted under a year, clogged way too easy, and the g-keys really werent programmable, but for the 30 that I got it for, you can't expect too much perfection. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aaron
Love this keyboard. Typical Logitech goodness. Backlit keyboard is such a nice feature, and this keyboard is plenty responsive without all that mechanical cacophony of some... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Allen Bashore