Logitech G15 Keyboard

by Keith

Logitech G15

Offering gamers an unprecedented level of in-game information, challenge and experience, the Logitech G15 keyboard is state-of-the-art programmable and controllable device, designed especially for gamers. As the first keyboard in the G-series family, the Logitech G15 is equipped with built-in auxiliary LCD display, 18 programmable keys, and packaged with advanced software, making it easy for customising commands for every different game. The adjustable-tilt, backlit LCD can be programmed to display vital in-game information, or data from other applications, without interrupting game play.


Logitech´s first-of-its-kind LCD display will be supported by several new games later this year, providing game information such as score, times, health status, and ammunition levels. Furthermore, the LCD panel can also be programmed to display information from other applications, such as incoming email alerts, CPU speed, or even media player information, without interfering on-screen display. The LCD panel can be folded down to protect the screen when not in use, offering maximum portability.

Some of the special features of G15 are:

  • View game stats: Game information or data can be displayed by the GamePanel LCD panel.
  • Play in the dark: Illuminated characters, with 3 levels of backlighting.
  • Programmable macro commands:18 fully programmable “G Keys” have three shift states each, for 54 possible custom macros per game.
  • Eliminate additional cables: Intelligently route mouse, headset, or other cables using convenient channels under the keyboard.
  • Record custom key sequences: Make on-the-fly additions to your key programming set with Macro Record button.
  • Watch and listen: Media keys for convenient audio and video playback.

System Requirement:

  • PC with Pentium processor or compatible
  • Windows XP
  • 256MB Ram
  • 20MB of available hard disk space
  • CD-ROM drive
  • USB port
  • Logitech GamePanel LCD requires software that supports GamePanel technology

Contents packed in the box are the Logitech G15 keyboard, Installation CD with GamePanel software, and a User Guide manual. In addition, the device comes with 2 years limited warranty.

The keyboard has two full-speed USB ports built in, making it easy to plug in a mouse, a headset or another peripheral, without filling up all the ports on the PC. The keyboard also features a gaming mode switch, which, when turned on, disables the Windows key so gamers won´t get dropped out of a game if they accidentally press it.

Currently, suggested retail price is at $136, and will be available at at some leading IT retail stores.

6 reviews or comments

Al Says: November 7, 2005 at 3:19 am

I beat you to it over on Game Addicts :) Does look a mighty nice keyboard

Keith Says: November 7, 2005 at 3:46 am

Yeah! I did not realise you were covering on Logitech G15 in GA as well. I bet your trip to the show has been quite fruitful.

Al Says: November 7, 2005 at 6:37 am

Yeah it was very good, we’ve probably got at least a dozen things to write up, the G15 wan’t ther but I reckon it should of been.

Denis Says: April 7, 2006 at 9:21 pm

Okay, i got the Logitech G15 Keyboard last Wednesday. ITS BLOODY AMASING. The Keys are SOO easy to adjust. I could go on, but I have things to do, Nice Site!

Bob7k Says: August 3, 2006 at 1:15 am

I agree with Denis, the macros are so easy to set up while you’re playing the games, and i just found out by tinkering with the settings, you can insert mouse clicks and mouse wheel movements, you have to insert it into an already existing macro, so no live recording, also, it is against the EULA in some games like Battlefield 2, WoW i think, and the counterstrike series to use macros, there was an issue where someones account was terminated because he used macros, but he used in a kind of exploitive kind of way, so he deserved it.

Uffw Says: April 1, 2007 at 6:54 am

Omg, I got the G15 yesterday, it is GREAT! You kan have your bandwidth monitored in the lcd and a lot of other stuff.

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