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Logitech's G710+ Mechanical Keyboard Reviews

Positive Reviews


Great Keyboard if You Need It


Pros: Quiet for a mechanical keyboard, great feel, cable management, great media controls

Cons: Using macros is a bit of a hassle, software leaves some to be desired

Pros: This keyboard is for the person who wants the responsiveness of a mechanical keyboard without the noise of Cherry MX Blue key switches. Logitech seems to be the only company that has delivered. The G710+ is the best full sized keyboard that keeps noise at a minimum. It is great for work environments, streamers or YouTubers with sensitive microphones, or even the annoyed gamer who hates his Cherry MX Blues. This keyboard uses Cherry MX Browns (which I think are the best key switches), has noise dampening O rings to prevent the loud bottoming out that heavy typers may experience, awesome media keys and a scrolling wheel for audio levels, and great cable management for headphones...
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Negative Reviews


Stay away from this product


Pros: Brown switches are quiet (personal preference), It has a little volume slider, it is illuminated for nighttime typing

Cons: 3 KEYCAPS BROKE OFF! They broke OFF! They no longer fit on the switch. Do you hear me? They were on the switch, then not on the switch.

Here are some forums and an Internet review I did on Amazon that shows that it was not just me having the problem http://www.amazon.com/review/RJYEWVQ4BOOWR/ref=cm_cr_pr_viewpnt#RJYEWVQ4BOOWR http://forums.logitech.com/t5/G-Series-Gaming-Keyboards/G710-broken-keys-from-normal-use-plastic-tops-Where-to-get/td-p/1075449 http://forums.logitech.com/t5/G-Series-Gaming-Keyboards/G710-Keys-cracking-underneath/td-p/1085483 http://forums.techarena.in/hardware-peripherals/1474340.htm The date of purchase and purchase price are an approximation. I hope thousands of users see this review because I do not want you to have to spend a lot of money on a keyboard, get all excited, show your fried and...
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More Reviews


Quality Product, Quality Support, Quiet Keyboard.


Pros: Solid construction, well backlit keys (with WASD specific lights), "Gaming Mode", Quiet.

Cons: Shiny finish can attract fingerprints and a weirdly colored ring.

This keyboard is leaps and bounds above my previous board, a Razer Anansi. There's no stupid color shifting lights, and the keys don't stick- plus they're easily removable. I currently use it with a Windows 8 computer (my build D'yer Mak'er) and have had nothing but a pleasant experience. It's somewhat expensive at $150- but it definitely is worth it, especially once you get the chance to feel how smooth the switch contact is. My board's switches engage roughly half way down. The keys themselves have very clear markings that are evenly lit, so there are no bright spots on the keys. Underneath each key is at least a single white L.E.D which has adjustable brightness levels which is...
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