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Logitech G15 (New Updated) Keyboard

Makaveli    -   December 14, 2007
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Conclusion:

The new Logitech G15 keyboard was a disappointment in my eyes for many reasons. First, the original G15 was popular for its big LCD screen that you could change the angle of and close, if need be. On the new G15, the screen is smaller and you can’t change the angle of it, so some people would need to prop the keyboard up higher or sit lower to the ground if they can’t see it from where they’re at. The keys on this new G15 felt the same as the old G15. The volume dial on the old G15 is so much easier to use than the buttons on this new G15. I did like the orange backlight better than the old G15’s blue backlight because it’s much easier on the eyes at night. For my style of gaming, reducing the seemingly over-abundant eighteen customizable “G” keys to six keys was great, because it makes the keyboard smaller. This new Logitech G15 isn’t too bad of a keyboard, but I almost had a heart attack when I saw the price. How can this keyboard be worth more than the old G15? After all, the old Logitech G15 has a bigger, adjustable LCD screen, and twelve more customizable keys. The price steers me away from recommending this new G15 keyboard over the old G15.

 

Pros:

  • Orange Backlight
  • Only Six “G” Keys (Some don’t need 18)
  • Well Lit
  • Manufacturer LCD Support
  • Less Cumbersome
  • Stationary LCD Monitor

 

Cons:

  • Stationary LCD Monitor (Could be a con for some people)
  • Only Six “G” Keys (Some need more)

 

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