Shine on you, Crazy Diamond
Well Logitech, you have done it again; you have made another product that I simply must own...
Your introduction of the G19 Uber-Keyboard just makes me want to break down and throw all my life's savings at you again.
Let's check over the specs:
- Tiltable, color GamePanel LCD (320x240pixels)
- User-selectable backlit characters
- Twelve fully programmable G-keys with three macros per key
- Multi-key input
- Game/desktop mode
- Two powered Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports
- Intelligent cable management
- Instant media access
We can see from the specs and the layout that this keyboard means business. The LCD is Windows side-show compatible and also supports Logitech written applications.
The G19 is also supplied with an additional power supply connector to power the LCD, backlight and the two USB extension ports.
Speaking of the backlight, check out the video below showing off some awesome backlight action.
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