August 5th 2010 1:24 pm

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TechSpot says:

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If you are upgrading from a standard keyboard or your previous aftermarket keyboard isn’t cutting it anymore, the G510 is well worth a look, granted the $120 price tag doesn’t scare you away. quote


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Critic reviews

8.4
4 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    7.3
  • Tactility / button-feel
    8.0
  • Design and form factor
    7.3
  • Noise
    8.0
  • Configurability
    10
  • Portability
    8.0

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User reviews

9.0
5 reviews
8.0
TechSpot Sep 28, 2010

If you are upgrading from a standard keyboard or your previous aftermarket keyboard isn’t cutting it anymore, the G510 is well worth a look, granted the $120 price tag doesn’t scare you away.

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10
Hardware Heaven Sep 28, 2010

Any gamer looking to replace their keyboard or enhance their performance would do well to consider the G510, it provides excellent functionality with outstanding build quality and wouldn't look out of place next to high end gaming PCs.

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8.0
bit-tech Mar 25, 2011

The G510 certainly has some decent features, but the high price makes it very uncompetitive compared with the Cyborg V5, which remains our gaming keyboard of choice.

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8.0
Everything USB Sep 28, 2010

The gaming keyboard's backlight is not as bright as some of its competitors. Adjustable brightness would have been a welcome addition. This one feature however won't be missed by many during gameplay. If you can afford it, this keyboard really should be on your short list.

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9.0
amasand amasand

The keyboard is superb for gaming and various functions where macros might come in handy. It really shines if you take the time to set up the large number of macros it is capable of storing and set up the LCD screen to provide useful information whether you are gaming or just want to have other...

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10
SirDanMartin SirDanMartin

Great overall keyboard. Macro Possibility are endless, with 18 G keys and 3 modes, there is more than enough for any gaming need. the media keys are great for people that listen to alot of music, and the volume scroll bar is awsome.

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9.0
horknfbr horknfbr

love the macro buttons, and the ability to quickly (and most times automatically) switch profiles based on games running (steam makes this difficult sometimes) macro creation couldn't be easier, either with the wizard, straight from the keyboard, or by using their macro language.

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