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Submitted by JelalTrueshot 652d ago | news

Logitech Announces Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

From GamingShogun.com: "Today Logitech announced the newest addition to its G-Series line of high performance gaming products: the Logitech® G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Designed to help you focus on the game, this keyboard is tested and tuned to deliver what gamers want: minimal distraction, rapid response, and complete control." (logitech, PC, Tech)

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wanderson75  +   652d ago
Hellooooooo 1997.
GillHarrison  +   652d ago
Mechanical keyboards are incredible.
JelalTrueshot  +   652d ago
I have been using a mechanical jobber from Razer for a while now and really like it. There is something very satisfying about the "click".
GillHarrison  +   652d ago
I'm using the exact same one right now.
Elwenil  +   652d ago
Now all they have to do is make a mechanical version of the G510 and I'll be happy.
Shinuz  +   652d ago
Been using the SteelSeries 6Gv2 for almost a year now and seriously I could never go back to any other type of rubber membrane keyboard ever again.

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