Logitech’s G13 Advanced Gameboard is a solid creation and it looks amazing. It provides a great set of functions for RPG games and strategy games, but is a bit weak in fast paced shooter games (at least until the analog stick gets sorted out). The dramatic wave shape is great for comfort (even if my hands are a bit larger than designed for); it stays comfortable even after hours of gaming. The GamePanel LCD screen was wonderful, keeping loads of information just a button press away, instead of having minimize my game window. Despite the (not) analog stick and odd fit (big hands), once I switched to voice chat instead of trying to type on my keyboard, I found that I quite enjoyed using the G13.
– “on the fly” macro recording
– user controllable backlight color mix
|– joystick lacks analog output (right now)
– joystick is uncomfortable and hard to control
– “on the fly” macros don’t support delays