Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard
Logitech G19 came out in January 6, 2009.
A upgraded version, G19s, came out in March 20, 2013.
Discontinued sometimes in 2016.
Color GamePanel LCD
A tiltable, color GamePanel LCD displays game stats, system information, VOIP communication data, video playback, image slideshows, and many other items, without leaving the game.
User-Selectable Character Backlighting Color
Lets you personalize the keyboard to complement the rest of your computer and gaming equipment.
12 Fully Programmable G-keys with Three Macros Per Key
Provide space to program 36 time-saving commands per game (single keypresses or complex macros). The MR key allows you to record new macros on-the-fly.
Two High-Speed, Powered USB 2.0 Ports
You can connect and power devices – such as your G9x Laser Mouse or G35 Headset – with the two high-speed USB 2.0 ports. You also have the ability to transfer data to and from peripherals – like MP3 players and flash drives – while providing power to charge battery-powered devices.
Game Mode Switch
A game/desktop mode switch lets you disable the Windows /Context Menu keys so you don’t get accidentally kicked out of your game.
Performing multiple actions simultaneously is also made easier with the keyboard’s multi-key input-functionality, which allows you to engage up to five keys at the same time.
The G19 is too bulky.
Also, it has its own dedicated a power chord that plugs into a wall.
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