Joined on 12/23/15
Probably the best RGB Mechanical Keyboard out there
Pros: I decided to upgrade my G610 to the G810 because I wanted the RGB lighting and it's at a good price point. While it doesn't have the Cherry MX switches like the G610, the Romer-G switches in the G810 are great. If you're used to Cherry MX switches or anything similar, it's going to take some time to get used to, but once you do it becomes an enjoyable experience. By far the best part about this keyboard is the RGB LEDs. The lighting is crisp and vibrant and packs a huge punch. If you're someone like me who doesn't like the lights from the keyboard spilling out onto the actual body of the keyboard, this keyboard is right up your alley. It never fails to impress me just how great the keys look. The way that the light shines through almost makes it look like it's just silk screened onto the key caps themselves. Logitech also provides an SDK you can use to control LEDs for your own applications. I've used it to create more customizable profiles for game
Cons: If you want a pure white key color you're not going to get it. The white has a bit of a blueish tint for me. The G610s are a pure white (obviously) but this doesn't have a perfect white rendition.
Overall Review: Logitech also has the Pro which is a tenkeyless version of this which I'm sure is just the same if you want that instead.
Awesome case with lots of options
Pros: Nice design and can orient it in any way you want. Great window on the side. Dual chamber design is fantastic and makes managing cables a breeze.
Cons: Can be scuffed up easily due to the plastic exteriors. Side panel filter seems a bit pointless as it only covers the cables. Rubber feet with 3M adhesive aren't really reusable, need to stick and commit or get more adhesive.
Great monitor for the price
Pros: Got this on the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale period. I already have another Acer that's very similar only at 60 Hz (G246HL). Goes really well side by side. Great refresh rate at a great price. Design of the monitor is sleek and doesn't look cheap.
Cons: Panel is pretty bright and calibration settings are a bit strange but produces a great image nonetheless. No speakers!