Logitech only makes 1 mechanical keyboard, the G710. And I think it's only partial mechanical. (The function keys and other miscellaneous keys are standard rubber dome).
Just for clarification: I suppose technically the G710 is "partial" mechanical, but that does include all the keys that count (at least, to me). The function keys are indeed mechanical, as are the six G-keys, num pad, and most miscellaneous keys. Non-mechanical include the four macro buttons (record, plus M1/M2/M3), the two keys that control the LED brightness (one for WASD and one for all others), the "game mode" button, and the multimedia keys (play/pause, stop, forward, back, and mute).
I bought rosewill blue switch 10 months ago, and have been using it 8+ hours everyday at work.
Going solid, since I was aware of reviews on usb wire attachment, I am careful moving it around with it. It still has good connection and fits in snug. all keys work perfect, feels great like how it should. if you snap off wire off keyboard, thats ur own damn fault.
oh and i got this for 63.99 from newegg last july and I even got that cheap 20 dollar mobile speaker with it. so this one is not as good deal as I got while back.
I got in on that earlier Newegg deal too, and my keyboard was DOA. The speaker sounded like garbage too (wasn't expecting much from it though). Went with a CM Storm QuickFire Rapid instead which was around the same price but has been great so far.
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