|Release Date in Hong Kong|
|Power source type||USB|
|Keyboard form factor||Standard|
|Programmable hot keys||Yes|
Reviewed on 2017-07-27
The most affordable gaming-centric membrane keyboard available at the moment. For its price, even if you can stretch its life to around a year, it still makes better sense than investing into more expensive keyboards, Macro keys are completely programmabl...
The sandy texture of the keys is a bit odd. It takes time getting used to them but nothing to worry about, Macro key placement is too close to the left and can accidentally trigger the in-game menu or some macro when your intention was to press the Ctrl o...
Logitech makes affordable gaming peripherals and the G105 membrane type gaming keyboard is no different. With its massive set of macro options, time sensitive keystroke recording and complete anti-ghosting this is a gamer-centric keyboard that doesn't cos...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Decent in-game performanc, Attractive design
Inconsistent macro, Unremarkable key, Lacks finesse of a mechanical model
Logitech has created some great mechanical gaming keyboards at affordable prices, which makes it somewhat baffling that it would also produce such a sub-par membrane model. The Logitech G105 ($60) is not terrible as membrane keyboards go, but it's not the...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-03-05
Not too long ago, my Microsoft Ergo board gave up the ghost and decided not to work anymore. Being a writer I was really looking into mechanical keyboards at first, but with the daunting prices that come with those keyboards, I decided since my las...Read more >