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Topic # 150190 14-Jul-2014 16:12
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Selling my solid trusty gaming keyboard. Used for about 1 year. Still have receipt somewhere - will endeavor to find it.  Condition: quite good actually. It was about 2 months after I bought this keyboard that I completely ceased gaming so this keyboard has mostly typed a few emails and had very light daily usage. I keep my devices quite clean - I actually vacuum this keyboard while I am vacuuming my house so it is still in very good, clean condition.

Specs:
TACTILE, HIGH-SPEED MECHANICAL KEYS
Go the distance
The mechanical keys on G710+ deliver gaming-grade responsiveness and tactile feedback superior to rubber-domed keys. With an actuation force and distance of 45 g and 4 mm, respectively, the keys are optimized for rapid command entry. Plus, the keys have been tested for durability to a 50 million cycle life.

WHISPER-QUIET KEYS
Focus on game
Quiet, non-clicking key switches and a built-in dampening ring underneath each keycap significantly reduce the distracting noise coming from your keypresses— without sacrificing responsiveness.

ADJUSTABLE DUAL-ZONE BACKLIGHTING
Knowledge, illuminated
Easily locate keys—even in low light. The entire keyboard is backlit in white LED light and adjustable to one of four brightness levels, plus “Off”. For better visibility of the WASD and arrow keys, their brightness can be adjusted independently from the rest of the keyboard.

INSTANT MEDIA ACCESS
More at your command
Convenient one-touch controls give you instant access to volume control and media playback without needing to press a function key.

SIX PROGRAMMABLE G-KEYS
At your command
With three macros per G-key, you can configure up to 18 individual functions per game.* Harness the power of G-keys to configure single key presses, complex macros or intricate LUA scripts on the fly and quickly simplify actions to stay immersed in your game and never lose a step. You can even create macros on the fly.

Go here for more information (Logitech Website)

Reason for selling: I dont game as much anymore and prefer to use a wireless keyboard for home. Was going to pop it on trademe, but thought I will give fellow Geekzoners a chance first. 

Looking for a quick sale at 145 bucks. 

PM me any decent offers.

Prefer pick up but can arrange shipping with buyer. Pickup from Ellerslie, Auckland or can organise to be picked up from CBD Auckland (alternatively dropped off in Auckland for mileage :))

EDIT: added the condition of the keyboard

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  Reply # 1088725 14-Jul-2014 16:12
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1121643 4-Sep-2014 10:18
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  Reply # 1121645 4-Sep-2014 10:21
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Quite deceiving that it gets run over by a tank. They have less pounds per square inch than a car.



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  Reply # 1121647 4-Sep-2014 10:23
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Haha! I call that good marketing ;)



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  Reply # 1134457 23-Sep-2014 11:28
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Bump. Price dropped to $135



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  Reply # 1149031 7-Oct-2014 11:48
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What switches does this use?




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  Reply # 1149034 7-Oct-2014 11:55
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This one uses brown switches



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This one uses brown switches

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