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Logitech G15 and G7


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callard

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Hi all, yet another post by me

I'm thinking of getting the Logitech G15 and G7 the only thing is, is that I don't want to get them if something else like the G10 whatever, is just around the corner. (I had the G10 up by the way l :whistling: )

But I can't find and so don't know the answer to this question

Can anyone give me an answer or two? :blink: as I'm am sort of walking in the dark here :help:

Thanks all
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warriorscot

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I havent heard anything about new ones but i dont keep up with the keyboard and mouse scene. there will be new models eventually.

But honestly the G15 is overkill in my opinion, its nice, i wouldnt say no if someone offered but 80 pounds for a keyboard is a bit much for me, i payed 70 for my zboard and diamondback and for the price of a G15 and a G7 i could get a really good fan controller and temp monitor and one of those add one hotkey pads. 2000dpi is overkill for a mouse as well, its the reason i got a diamondback instead of a copperhead, for really amazing mice razer are the top of the pile by a long way.

Keyboards are less of a clear cut they all have disadvantages, i got this Zboard over anything else because the swap out keyboard means i can get something that works well and makes life easier and helps reduce strain which becomes a problem, whats the point of a "gaming" keyboard if all it is a fancy QWERTY.
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