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I got this keyboard because I needed more Macro keys than what I had on my G110. I like this keyboard better than the G110 but it does have some design flaws. I use this KB mostly for office type applications and not for gaming.

More Macro keys which is the main reason I bought this KB. My old G110 had 12 macro keys with three macros per key. Using any more than the top macro on a key was a bit awkward because, when I hit the M2 or M3 key, the backlighting would turn on (I normally kept the backlighting off). I would have to hit the M2 or M3 key, hit the desired macro key, then, after hitting the M1 key, turn off the backlighting. It got to be a royal pain since, with only 12 Macro keys, I had to hit M2 and M3 keys more often. With the G510s, not only do I not have to hit the M2 or M3 keys as often, when I do, the backlighting will not come on. However, since the color selection of the backlighting is so much better on the G510s, I"m able to leave the backlighting on when using the keyboard in a well lit room.

The silver keys: The sliver keys are a very bad idea. It is difficult to see the characters on the silver keys when the backlighting is off but, when it is on, it becomes pretty much impossible unless the room lights are off. I had to compromise on color for the M1 setting to be able to read the WASD keys and still be able to read the LCD screen easily. The arrow keys are still pretty much impossible to see unless the room lights are off. I rarely type with the room lights off because it is harder on my old eyes (I"m a senior citizen) plus I often have to read copy while typing. The WASD keys could have been marked with a second character on the keys or a circle around the characters. I realize the WASD keys are handier for gamers than the arrow keys but making them silver hurts both gamers and nongamers. Also, not all people touch type so they need to be able to see the characters (in my case, it is due to learning disabilities).

The KB should have separate backlighting controls for the keys and the LCD screen. As I stated above, I had to find a compromise in backlight color to be able to read the WASD keys and the LCD screen. Brighter backlighting would have also been nice.

The LCD screen is surrounded by a shiny surface that collects dust and finger prints, shows scratches, and reflects room lighting, obscuring the LCD screen itself if the board is at the wrong angle. There are a very limited amount of independent applets available for the LCD screen. The only two that were of any use to me were the clock (and the analog portion is a joke) and the performance monitor that displays CPU and RAM usage. The media display was worthless to me because it only shows the Artist of the selection playing. If the artist"s name was too long to fit on the screen, it would continuously scroll across the screen, which is very distracting when typing. The CPU monitoring program I use has an applet for the G15 which I found would work with the G510s. Since it also has a time and date display, I don"t even use the clock applet that came with the KB. The LCD screen was a huge disappointment for me but, since I got this KB primarily for the larger number of macro keys, I"m not taking anything off for the LCD screen.

Macro key programming. While some functions of the macro key program were a huge improvement over the G110, such as being able to drag macros from key to key, store unassigned macros, and use macros from my G110, other changes were problematic. When I first tried to make some text macros the right click context menu wouldn"t work. I had to look up the keyboard command to paste. I normally do not use keyboard commands because, with my learning disabilities, there is no way I can remember all of them. The right click context menu worked in the G110, why did Logitech take that away in the G510s? I often provide URLs leading to software websites on various computer forums. I was able to just type those into text macros, usually with additional text to describe what them. However, when I tried to do the same in the G510s, pressing the macro button would return a completely messed up string of characters. After wracking my brains for a couple of hours, I gave up and emailed Logitech asking what I was doing wrong and how to fix it because, if I couldn"t use the macro keys the way I could with the G110, I was going to return the G510s. I finally figured it out the next day while waiting for Logitech to reply. There is a selection for Unicode playback that had to be checked even though I wasn"t using Unicode. I also had to put in a three millisecond delay between characters. Otherwise, double and triple repeated characters would get one character dropped (example: www became ww; free became fre).

Poor documentation. When I had the problem programming URLs into macros, I went through all the help screens and found nothing about using Unicode playback. I found out about being able to drag macros by accident. Nothing was said about how to how to create one"s own LCD screen applets even though it"s supposedly possible to do so. I found out about the CoreTemp applet purely by accident.

The legs that elevate the top of the KB are too short. However, it is also impossible to elevate the top of the KB any higher because of the bulge in the bottom edge of the KB would lift the KB off the rubber feet at the bottom. Also, raising the top of the KB would also increase glare from the LCD screen surround.

Customer support is less than stellar. When I emailed Logitech about the macro key programming issue, they responded two days later (which was within the 48 hour window promised), asking me to describe the problem even though I already had. that was not exactly useful.

While not a serious problem, the characters on some of the key caps are just wrong. The comma looks just like the period, The colon looks just like the semicolon. The parenthesis look like brackets. The brackets look like an upper case I. The braces look like parenthesis unless one looks at them with a magnifier. The ampersand looks like a crude blocky upper case G. The ampersat just looks crude. There is just no excuse for such sloppiness and ambiguity.

No USB port. My G110 had a USB port on it which was a handy place to put the receiver for my wireless mouse that wouldn"t shield it (I had to relocate the receiver to the back of my computer and use a short extension to get it out where the computer wouldn"t shield it from the mouse). I understand this was done to ensure the KB would work at full USB 2.0 speeds and have adequate power. Since not everyone types fast enough for that to be an issue, it would have been nice to have provide the port anyway and warn that using it could slow the KB, that way, people could have had a choice. One alternative would have been to make the USB connection USB 3.0, then speed and power wouldn"t be an issue if another device or two shared the connection, Or just add a second USB 2.0 cable connection to the computer as another keyboard manufacturer did.

I"ve noticed that I will occasionally get some key bounce (repeated characters) if I don"t press the key down firmly (part of that is somewhat my fault; with my arthritis, my keystrokes just don"t have the "authority" they used to). I"m hoping that this will improve with time as the keyboard loosens up with use.

While my list of cons is much longer than the list of pros, the pros are strong enough to rate the KB at four stars. Also, the pros are strong enough I"m willing to deal with the cons, most of which are more annoyances than actual problems

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Item condition: Manufacturer refurbishedThis is a manufacturer refurbished product. Keyboard comes in non retail packaging. Satisfaction guaranteed! Product IdentifiersModel G19SMPN 920-004985Key FeaturesKeyboard Type GamingInterface USBTechnical FeaturesConnectivity Technology WiredLogitech G19s Gaming KeyboardSettle for nothing short of everything. Harness the power of greater intelligence with a keyboard for gamers who don’t know what it means to have too much information. A GamePanel color screen feeds you a steady flow of vital intel. Programmable G-keys simplify complex actions. Take your game to higher levels with advanced technology to light your way forward. 1. GamePanel LCD requires software that supports Logitech GamePanel technology. Visit www. logitech. com/gamepanel 2. G-key programming requires Logitech Gaming Software available at www. logitech. com/downloads

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Product Description The Logitech G13 advanced gameboard gives you game-changing comfort and control. 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. From the Manufacturer Game-Changing Comfort and ControlWhether 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 AwardKey Features Naturally Contoured Design Delivering increased comfort during long sessions, the iconic contoured design complements the natural shape of your hand and fingers, while the smooth, concave home-row keys make it easy to locate buttons by touch.

Onboard Memory A handy solution for the laptop gamer, the G13 gameboard includes onboard memory, letting you program up to five ready-to-play profiles and take them with you to your next LAN party. The G13 gameboard also offers pre-configured settings for many popular games, including World of

Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and many others. Customizable Backlighting Backlit keys will help you easily locate the right key in low-light conditions or lights-out play. And you can select from hundreds of available backlight colors, so your gameboard looks just the way you want it. 25 Programmable Keys With three game modes, 25 programmable keys, and a programmable analog stick, the G13 gameboard offers up to 87 ways for you to control your game (software installation required). And you can set up custom button-profiles for each one of your favorite titles. You can even create macros on the fly without having to pause your game. High-Visibility GamePanel LCD And for another tactical advantage, the 160-by-43-pixel GamePanel LCD shows live game stats, system info, and even messages from other players. Suggested games for the

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Setting aside the screen for a moment, the G19 keyboard itself is only slightly more impressive than the most recent version of the G15. The core key design provides the same crisp keystrokes, with the same 12 "G" keys on the left edge. As with the G15, the G19 gives you three different switchable modes, so you end up with 36 effective customizable keys, along with on-the-fly macro recording. Logitech also includes another hallmark of its G-series keyboards, a switch that lets you disable the dedicated "Windows" key, so you don"t accidentally switch to your desktop screen during gameplay with an errant key press.

New to this model (aside from the color LCD) is its capability to recognize five simultaneous key presses. Macro-happy gamers and digital artists, in particular, should appreciate that feature, which opens up a greater level of mastery to run repetitive commands. We"re also glad to see that the G19 now has two powered USB 2.0 jacks. The G15 is stuck with USB 1.1, which is not as fast. Anyone who regularly transfers large amounts of data between a PC and a portable storage device or media player will benefit from that added bandwidth.

Other features include a smart drum-style volume control above the G19"s number pad, on top of which you"ll also find a set of easily accessible media play controls. As before, the G19 ties into iTunes, Windows Media Center, and other media software apps. Last but not least among the new, non-LCD-related highlights is the option to select from 16 million different colors for the backlit keys. You customize the colors through the only-somewhat-intuitive Logitech Profile software, which lets you tie three different colors to the three mode buttons for the programmable "G" keys. We wish it had a dedicated button to scroll through at least a few preset colors, though. We also wish Logitech would consolidate its configuration software into one application. Instead you have to bounce around between the G-series Key Profiler for setting up the G keys, and a separate LCD Manager app for the built-in screen. Which brings us, finally, to the color LCD.

As with the G15, the G19 provides you with a secondary display, ostensibly to minimize the number of times you switch out of a game to the Windows desktop to check the time, your in-box, or get other information. Unlike the G15"s two-tone model, the G19 gets full color output and a larger 320x240 screen size. Logitech includes 11 different applications you can use on the screen of the G19, among them a clock, a system performance monitor, an RSS reader, photo and video players, and an app that lets you play YouTube videos. All of those programs have option screens--accessible through both the LCD Manager software and through a set of screen menu controls on the keyboard itself--that let you change content source folders and make other adjustments.

The G19 also comes with built-in support for 46 PC games, and four different applications, including Ventrilo, the popular third-party voice chat software favored by many PC gamers. "Support" for those various titles means essentially that the screen will display different information, such as character stats and ammunition counts. We haven"t tried every game on the list, many of which are outdated, but we never found the game-specific information that handy during gameplay. We can see a few possibilities that would make the LCD screen more useful, such as giving you an extra inventory screen or showing an in-game map, but we haven"t seen those kinds of features implemented in the handful of titles we"ve tried. We do, however, like the Ventrilo plug-in that lets you know who"s talking, which can be useful if you don"t know everyone in your World of Warcraft guild by voice.

Potentially more exciting is that, as with the G15, Logitech also includes a software development kit for the G19"s LCD. It took a while for the enthusiast community to embrace the G15"s kit, but once it did, all kinds of mini apps became available for public download. We don"t expect the G19"s software library to have blossomed in the three months since the keyboard"s release, but without a critical mass of homemade applications, it"s hard for us to say what kinds of programs might come from the community. You can use some of the homebrewed G15 apps on the G19, but not all of them work on the new color screen. We also can"t help but wonder what effect the G19"s high price will have on the adoption rate among the enthusiast community. If fewer people buy the G19, that will surely affect the amount of collective effort behind any software development.

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You can also disable the wheel button, if you prefer to use the wheel only for scrolling. To do this and to follow the additional troubleshooting steps listed below, first visit the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center, select the download version you want to use, and follow the instructions to install it.

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I"m considering the possibility of my friend (although he"s being kind of a d♥♥♥ lately & hard to get a hold of) modding the screen from my G19s (the one that is wearing out & I"m attempting to replace) into an external USB case so that the screen can still be used, if not the keyboard itself; the only reason I even considered this was because he"s been known to put backlit, high-definition screens into old handheld game systems, so he"s pretty smart when it comes to this, but it might require leaving the entire board for the keyboard in one piece (if anything, I suppose I could keep the old keyboard connected to the computer for the screen only & use another keyboard that isn"t having the sticking problems)... Of course I still have to use old software/drivers regardless, seeing as Logitech still can"t seem to fix the issue... And just FYI, the G19 also has the capability to play videos (even online videos & live streams) & picture shows on it, however I"ve never used it for that purpose (it was always used for informational purposes in my case). There were a number of functions that were also available, however I didn"t particularly want those running while running games or streams of those games, using more processing power/bandwidth than is necessary.

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Re-released in 2017. The new model uses Logitech Options instead of SetPoint, and the programmable thumb button got removed. 3-year battery life on 2 AA batteries.

Features long battery life and two power modes: Performance and Endurance, with 250 hours of battery life and 1100 hours of battery life respectively.

Combines optical sensor with an accelerometer, allowing the mouse to track speeds in excess of 500 inches per second, and more than 16G in acceleration.

Features fully customizable RGB lighting and the popular PMW3366 sensor along with additional feet to appeal to the FPS gaming market, as opposed to the G302 intended for the MOBA market.

Fully customizable RGB lighting, features ambidextrous design with customizable thumb buttons. Features what is considered to be the best wireless technology on the market. Replaced by G903

A wireless addition to Logitech"s Pro Line of Products. While it is named very similarly to the Pro Gaming Mouse, It uses a different shape. Has fully customizable RGB lighting. Used by around 27% of professional gamers.

Update to G PRO Wireless with lighter weight design and omission of right side buttons and DPI button. Widely regarded as one of the best gaming mice from Logitech.

Revision of G303 Daedalus line with slight adjustments to the shape, lower weight, removal of RGB & addition of wireless. Designed with input from Shroud.

The ball diameter of the TrackMan [Marble] Fx measures exactly 2 inches, which rounds to 51 mm. On Logitech"s Japanese website the ball diameter is (was) listed as 50 mm.

The Wireless Trackball M570 has a resolution of 540 DPI according to its Logitech Product page, but a resolution of 400 DPI according to its Logitech Support page.

Professional 6DoF device built by the Logitech subsidiary LogiCad3D. In 2001 Logitech bought Labtec and LogiCad3D was merged with Labtec"s 3D Motion Control Technology Group (the former SIMC/STI of SpaceBall fame) to form 3Dconnexion. (See 3Dconnexion for 3D mice after 2001.)

Features a folding blue backlit 160×43 pixel monochrome LCD-display, "game mode" switch (which disables the "Windows" keys), and a 2-port USB 1.1 hub.

Buttons 1-6 are located on stick with 2-5 being accessible to thumb in normal holding position, throttle slider is easily held by the thumb when fingers of left hand are placed over buttons 7-12

Has a built-in sound card, speakers are compatible with Windows Media Center, remote can be used to control volume, audio settings, such as bass, treble and surround, and Windows Media Center menu

Logitech ScanMan Color 2000 (1996) -- Hand-held, 24bit color scanner, 400x800 DPI (1600x1600 DPI interpolated); connector: DB-25F or DB-36F Centronics.