The original Logitech G15 keyboard (And its 2007 mid-model change) proved to be a very popular and successful keyboard for gamers and professionals alike. Featuring a convenient and openly customizable screen, a huge array of programmable keys for different macro functions, and miscellaneous enhancements such as backlit keys -- all of this while retaining all the basics of what a regular keyboard should be -- there's no reason why it's not as widely embraced as we've seen it. Almost four years after its initial debut, Logitech understands that it is time to produce its successor, and tingle the hearts of every enthusiast as well as gamers once again. Often times, it is quite a challenge for product designers to improve upon what already is an excellent product. This is especially true when the team and Logitech had to perfect the G15 gaming keyboard with a product refresh just not too long ago. Fast forward to 2009. What could they add? What could they change? What could they keep? To find out what they actually did, we took the dive for you. Recently, we received Logitech's latest iteration of their high end G-series gaming keyboard for review: the Logitech G19. Will it just be another G15 refresh with a different name, or a significantly improvement that would send you driving recklessly to your nearby electronics retailer to make the purchase? Read on to find out. By the way, here's an interesting feature: a color LCD screen that has a hardware accelerator, so you can even watch videos on it. Let me be the first one to say this: Welcome to the world of Logitech's G19.
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