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Logitech to offer gaming keyboard

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Well Logitech is not going to only offer mice with the G in front of a number, but a keyboard as well. The think looks more like a console of a starship than a keyboard, but it seems that all the funktions available are there to aid gamers. Some of the features are 18 programmable keys and a LCD display. The keyboard named G15 should set you back around $80.

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as much as i like logitech, enoguh already! ;)
 

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LOL just posting the news...*G* and since the keyboard has not been mentioned, and may even interest some people (not me, just for the record). But no worries, I think that will be it for a while ;)

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Darksaber said:
LOL just posting the news...*G* and since the keyboard has not been mentioned, and may even interest some people (not me, just for the record). But no worries, I think that will be it for a while ;)

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i wasnt talking about the fact that you posted it, dude...
i was referring to the fact that logitech came up with yet another probably kickass product in a series of dozens... lol... when will they stop?

dont get me wrong though... i love logitech...
i dont know how i even got along before i got that nifty little cordless mx-700 mouse of theirs... :)
 

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Nice news, in any way - but in the linked article it says the keyboard will cost around 80 $, not 100 $ like the newspost suggests. Are there other sources suggesting the higher price?
 

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thanx for the correction; took the price of the G7 mouse by mistake. Error is now corrected.

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PS: Sorry bout the spelling, belgium keyboard layout is crazy *g*
 

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Oh. No problem :) but tell me, Vahid from Austria with a belgian keyboard, that needs some explanation - how come?
I'm half austrian (styrian!), by the way!