October 10, 2013
Not only is it a full size, full key keyboard with keys that actually CLICK! when you press down on them, but the Logitech G105 has LED backlighting as well! It's lovely, particularly when you look at it through the viewfinder of my camera and it looks like the LEDs look like they're pulsing right-to-left due to what I assume is a weird frequency thingy between the LEDs and my camera.
I happily packed away the wireless keyboard and laughed when it gave a quiet *beep* when it was taken out of range of the computer. I'm a cruel duck.
Posted by: Max at October 10, 2013 08:45 PM (9p6/L)
Posted by: Wonderduck at October 10, 2013 09:32 PM (GE6XS)
But the best thing is, I can unscrew the top half with all the keys from the bottom half with the circuitry, and run it under the faucet when it needs it (and use my compressed air to blow out the cat hair.)
Posted by: Mauser at October 11, 2013 02:31 AM (TJ7ih)
Posted by: Greyduck at October 11, 2013 04:12 AM (X7PrW)
Posted by: Ed Hering at October 11, 2013 02:13 PM (aEOAA)
From the geekhack forums, it sounds like its another rubber dome keyboard (albeit a decent one).
My desktop keyboard is also (unfortunately) a rubber dome keyboard, but an unusual one, a Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard, which adjusts both horizontally and vertically. Probably not a good choice for a gamer though due to the somewhat non-standard layout.
Posted by: Kayle at October 11, 2013 10:25 PM (g0P/T)
Still, you're probably better off.
I convinced the people at work recently to buy me a Cooler Master mechanical keyboard (Quickfire Storm Rapid with Cherry MX brown switches and no numpad) and it is awesome. I'm going to get one for myself. The feel is much much nicer than with rubber-dome keyboards.
Posted by: RickC at October 12, 2013 01:46 PM (swpgw)
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