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Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard Review



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Logitech are a brand that don’t really require an introduction, as they are very much like a household brand now, with more products on the market than ever before, in many different areas of the peripheral market. One of the main accomplishments for them is in the keyboard market, offering very unique products for all types of users.

Now before we delve straight in, a bit of background on this product and its range is needed. The G series from Logitech is designed with gamers in mind with unique features, macro keys, a GamePanel LCD and backlighting for your keys, there was always a market for something like this and with the G510 based off the original G15 keyboard which as we know was a massive success, it can only lead to greatness in our eyes.

Very rarely will you see me taking a look at a peripheral, as they are normally left up to our peripheral editor; Simon. However there are times when a product interests me so much that I have to have it all for myself. This is generally the case with Logitech, and as you may be aware we had to create a whole new award for their G930 headset simply down to how amazing it was. So as you can see I have high hopes for any product from the leading manufacturer, the G510 included.

Features

With a GamePanel LCD and 18 programmable G-keys, this keyboard gives you instant access to the tools and intel you need to win.

Core intel
The GamePanel LCD keeps you informed with notifications, player and server info, and lots more.

Pick your color
Custom-color character backlighting lets you personalize the keyboard to match your gear.

Clear talk
The integrated USB audio lets you strategize with teammates and trash-talk enemies in clear digital sound.

Custom-color backlighting
Personalize the character backlighting to better fit with the rest of your computer and gaming equipment, and easily locate keys-even in the dark.

18 programmable G-keys
With three macros per key, you can configure up to 54 individual functions per game, including single keypresses, complex macros or intricate LUA scripts. You can also create macros on the fly.

Full-speed USB
A 500 Hz (two millisecond) report rate-four times faster than other gaming keyboards-delivers the performance you need when every millisecond counts.

The Logitech G510 offers unprecedented levels of in-game information, programmability and control. Take full advantage of the Logitech GamePanel LCD technology using the games below

Age of Conan Hyborian Adventures by Funcom
America’s Army by U.S. Army
Battlefield 2142 by Electronic Arts
Battlefield 2 by Electronic Arts
Brothers In Arms Earned In Blood by UbiSoft
Brothers In Arms Hell’s Highway by UbiSoft
Command and Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars by Electronic Arts
Commandos Strike Force by EIDOS
Crysis by Electronic Arts
Crysis Warhead by Electronic Arts
DinoHunters by Kuma Reality Games
Dragon Age Origins by Electronic Arts
Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars by Activision
EverQuest II by Sony Online Entertainment
Falcon 4.0: Allied Force by Graphsim/Lead-Pursuit
F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate by Sierra/TimeGate
Fury by Gamecock (coming soon)
GT Legends by SimBin
GTR by SimBin
GTR 2 by 10tacle Studios/SimBin
Hellgate London by Flagship Studios
KumaWar by Kuma Reality Games
Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar by Midway
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames by Electronic Arts
Multiwinia by Introversion Software
Neverwinter Nights 2 by Atari
Prey by Human Head Studios/2K Games
Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 by Tripwire Interactive
Rise of Legends by Big Huge Games
Shootout! by Kuma Reality Games
Sid Meier´s Civilization IV by 2K Games/Firaxis
Sid Meier´s Railroads! by 2K Games/Firaxis
SiN Episodes: Emergence by Ritual Entertainment
The Spiderwick Chronicles by Sierra
Star Wars Battlefront II by LucasArts
Star Wars Galaxies by Sony Online Entertainment
TimeShift* by Sierra
Titan Quest Immortal Throne by THQ
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Lockdown by Ubisoft
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty by Codemasters
Unreal Tournament 2004 by Epic Games
Vendetta Online by Guild Software
War Front: Turning Point by 10tacle/Digital Reality
Warhammer: Mark of Chaos by Namco
Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning by Mythic Entertainment
The Witcher by Atari
World of Warcraft by Blizzard Entertainment
Native Support in V1.11+
World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade by Blizzard Entertainment
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King by Blizzard Entertainment

Specifications

  • Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later
  • Available high-speed USB 2.0 port
  • 20 MB of available hard disk space
  • CD-ROM drive
  • 2-year limited hardware warranty
  • Package Contents:
  • Keyboard
  • Palm rest
  • Software CD
  • User documentation

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  • Archangel

    i like this one andy nice review

  • gaetan

    A keyboard compatible with Star Wars Galaxies :D……just when it's about to close D':Anyway, great review Andy, seems to be one of the best keyboard as far as I know

  • greg0986

    I have this keyboard! Seriously, I won't go to Razer or Microsoft for keyboards again :p One word for my review:Great!

  • Grim_Reaper

    Looks like combine of G19 and old G15 blue. Seems good keyboard, and great review.

  • lucas4

    wow! now that is a keyboard and a half :p!

  • Eternalchaos

    Stick some cherry blue switches on it and I would buy it without a second thought 😎