Logitech G11 USB backlight gamers keyboard nearly half price - £25.99 @ OcUK
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Logitech G11 USB backlight gamers keyboard nearly half price - £25.99 @ OcUK

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Found 11th Mar 2010
I bought one of these a few years ago for £50+ so it's nice to see them at just over half price at the minute, most places still sell this at £40+ It's still one of the best keyboards out despite newer models from the series, as this one has 18 programmable function keys (which can triple up to 54 functions using the 3 extra mode buttons beside them), newer models stripped this feature down. It's extremely sturdy and brilliant feedback from the buttons, and has media bar for adjusting playback for music players etc, even a disable windows key lockable switch...adding to this its also got a 2 USB port hub built in.

INFO:
Stay on top of your game with the Logitech G11 keyboard. Illuminated characters on every key will help you play all night - perfect for high-end raids or marathon flag defense sessions. Easily program any of the 18 G keys to perform useful functions on the fly - included Profiler software lets you create new macros without leaving the game. You can even use the game mode switch to disable the Windows key, so you'll never get dumped to the desktop again! Features two full-speed USB ports for your headset or mouse, cable routing channels and media control keys.

- Illuminated characters are easily visible in both bright and low-light conditions
- Three levels of backlighting brightness for late-night gaming sessions
- Perform single keystrokes or complex macros with 18 fully programmable G keys
- Create and save new macros with a press of a button - while youre still playing
- Intelligently route mouse, headset, or other cables using convenient channels under the keyboard
- USB only
- 2 year guarantee

9 Comments

Good posting, but something you should know is that you have to include P&P in either the price or the thread title. For this, P&P adds £10 to the price, bringing it up to £35.68, although that's still about £5 cheaper than the nearest competition, so it's still a good deal. Have some heat from me, dude.

10 quid? Play shipped my Reclusa for free!

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tek-monkey;8075650

10 quid? Play shipped my Reclusa for free!



Play ship everything free so your post is a bit pointless

Not really, just pointing out what a ****take 10 quid shipping is on a keyboard. Its not like it actually costs that.

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tek-monkey;8077200

Not really, just pointing out what a ****take 10 quid shipping is on a … Not really, just pointing out what a ****take 10 quid shipping is on a keyboard. Its not like it actually costs that.



They are a business trying to make money...................it's called a free market.....you dont like you dont buy

OCUK do free deliery for forums mebers , have to have a certain number of posts and been a member for a period of time though.

Also worth noting is that the USB ports on the keyboard are only 1.1 so not v.speedy. The sheer number of extra macro keys is what makes this keyboard unique though.

SHOWMAN36;8078018

They are a business trying to make money...................it's called a … They are a business trying to make money...................it's called a free market.....you dont like you dont buy



Its more like a way to con idiots into thinking their prices are better than they are, because they make up the difference on postage costs. Or rather they are making everyone else fund their forum members postage from what zaft said. This KB at £25.99 is a deal, at £36 its not that great really. The reclusa was half the price, admittedly only has 10 programmable buttons but does have 2 jogwheels too, and is very solidly built. Makes it hard to see this as cheap, unless there is a specific reason you need this keyboard.

zaft;8078103

The sheer number of extra macro keys is what makes this keyboard unique … The sheer number of extra macro keys is what makes this keyboard unique though.



I thought it only had 18?

EndlessWaves;8082799

I thought it only had 18?



18*3 banks (m1, m2, and as luck would have it, m3) = 54
Far more than you probably need but y'know.

Good KB,I have one myself. Macro buttons can be a godsend when performing repetitive office tasks that you risk making a mistake on. Once you've done it right once, you can do it as many times as you need with the press of a button. I was using it the other day to mass password-protect Excel spreadsheets.


Hehe, the old postage trick, I recall when eBay used to be like that, 1p items plus £79.99 postage, but that was more to avoid fees than anything else. This is just to look cheap.
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