A total of 15 reviews of this product on Reddit.
Sorry, I can’t tell if this is in your budget in the UK. This keyboard is pretty good. My fiancee currently uses it.
This is the Keyboard I bought for generally any game and I needed to replace the budget one I got for when I first built my computer but I don’t think this is the exact model but it’s so close It should give a better idea.
I bought the COD g105 on amazon when it was $35. I don’t play COD but i coudnt pass up a g105 for that price. Now it’s way more expensive, but this 105 is like $40
I have used a Logitech G105 for over 2 years now.
Spilled beer on it, abused it, went inside and just cleaned the terminals and it works good as new.
For keyboard: Logitech G105 is what I use and I love it. Up to 18 macro keys, 6 for each M key allowing you to set macros for different games. Very cheap coming in at 40 USD. No complaints here.
On your own for a mouse mine doesn’t have macros.
I’m using this keyboard right now and its served me well for the time I’ve used it. But when bought it, I got it for like $27 when it was originially $60-70. Even though it isn’t a mechanical keyboard, the buttons feel sturdy and don’t resist too much. It also has a few keys you can set macro’s to if you install the drivers.
Yah I might splurge on this or the logitech g105. I guess if the rosewell is a defective product amazon costumer support will help. What do you think is better?
It’s only blue lighting. Doesn’t change. I wanted a simple and cheap back-lit keyboard and this was the only one I could find. Would have preferred standard white back-lights.
On Amazon it’s listed as “Logitech G105 920-003371 Gaming Keyboard”
The mouse is “Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse”
Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105
Amazon $39.99 new: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-G105-920-003371-Gaming-Keyboard/dp/B00BBUCCKO
mechanical keyboards are luxury to me if you want a decent gaming keyboard without spending too much money i would go for the G105 keyboard by Logitech. I use it and its been responsive without any problems, for just around 40$
As for the mouse it is very important if you play FPS games that require presicion like Counter Strike, Overwatch, etc.
Im using the G502 and it is very durable and ergonomic. Doesnt feel cheap and has many buttons that you can utilize, although that may be a deal breaker for most people. I like having the option to use buttons when i need to, which i quite often do. This is a mouse i would bitch at my friend to buy because its really good.
its a bit pricey but well worth it! its on special right now for 57$ BUY TODAY! (jk im starting to sound like that)
Btw you should spare yourself from the “hyped” brands like Razer, etc.
Hi there, if you want a non mechanical, I would recommend the Logitech Logitech G105, it was my first keyboard and I loved it, or if you want a mechanical then this one, let me know what you think.
I have a couple of options. The Keyboard you linked seems excellent and I think you would be extremely satisfied with that. But I have two others to show you.
Logitech G105 is cheap, and has backlit keys and programmable keys.
Genius GX-Gaming Keyboard. It is a little over your price range, but it is legitimately mechanical, has usb and backlighting with 4 different brightnesses, and a bunch of programmable keys.
But honestly I think you found the best choice. You kinda beat us at our own game, I couldn’t find any options that were a whole lot better haha. But best of luck to you and if you need any more help just let us know!
You can pick up a logitech g-105 that has led backlighting, but it is not mechanical.
$40 on amazon
The G110 was my first gaming keyboard before I switched to mechanical designs. I have yet to find a better feature based membrane keyboard with as many options. God I loved that volume wheel. Here are some options that have most of the features you are looking for:
CM Trigger Z This one is actually $106 on Amazon right now for the Cherry MX Blue switches. It’s a mechanical keyboard design as opposed to the rubber dome design of the Logitech G110.
Roccat ISKU or the ISKU FX with more LED color options.
I’ve left off some stuff from Thermaltake, Steel Series and other brand models because they keycaps are borked or they just aren’t that great of a keyboard. I’ve also left off Razer keyboards due to a lack of time, but there are options there. To be perfectly honest with you, if I was in your shoes I would just shop around for another G110. But that’s me.
You should be able to get a basic gaming keyboard with this functionality for $20-30. And yes, I believe anti-ghosting is the more commonly used term.
This is probably a good choice for your budget: