Review: Logitech G510s


After unboxing and plugging in the Logitech G510s, it was up and ready to use. I do have the Logitech G502 mouse though, so all the software that was needed is already installed. It lit up, and with a few button presses I was reading the news on the backlit LCD, and there’s also a button to open up the articles in your browser.


The overall build quality is nice, I really like the blue metallic backing. I’m not sure what the coating is, but it seems fingerprint resistant, and there’s a very light rubberised feel where your thumbs rest too. The typing is fairly nice, but I’m not too fond of the space-bar, as it’s sounds and feels much different than the rest of the keyboard. In total you have 54 different macro keys using the 3 separate modes of 18 keys, and the ability to lock the Windows key, so whether you’re a FPS gamer, or a MOBA player, there’s plenty of customising you can do.

+ LCD Screen is very cool
+ Nice materials used
+ RGB back-lighting

Non tiltable LCD
Very large footprint
I personally dislike the font used on the key’s

Maplin – A26LZ

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