Pros: A reasonably priced, widely available, quality electronic cigarette.
Cons: One defective charger, limited flavor options.
As you can tell from the picture, this is not a "Logic keyboard" -- it's an electronic cigarette, and it happens to be the one I chose in pursuit of my 2013 New Year resolution to get back off of tobacco and back on to vapor.
The Logic "Power Series" electronic cigarettes come in two varieties -- cheap, single-use, disposable units and the "Power Series," which has a re-usable battery that can be re-charged and refilled with new "cartomizers" full of the flavored, nicotine-laden "juice."
I purchased one of the menthol disposables ($5.99) first, just to make sure the flavor would be OK. It was, so I moved from there to the "starter kit" ($19.99), which comes with one battery, one "regular tobacco" cartomizer, one menthol cartomizer and a USB charger.
This is slightly more than I've paid for e-cigarette equipment in the past, but I'm not going to complain about the price, because I was able to find it at a local convenience store instead of having to go online and wait for shipping, etc. In fact, the reason I selected the Logic brand is that it seemed to be the most ubiquitous brand in my area (northern Florida). Nearly every convenience store stocket it, while other brands were hit and miss.
The starter kit cartomizers are the "Black Label" variety -- 1.8% nicotine. Refill cartomizers come in packs of five for $19.99 -- in "Black Label" 1.8% or "Platinum" 2.4% nicotine -- and advertise an equivalence of two packs of "real" cigarettes to each cartomizer ... so, about $20 per carton if they were tobacco cigarettes. This equivalence seems to be reasonable; that is, a cartomizer seems to last me about as long as two packs of menthol 100s.
I find the "regular tobacco" flavor dry and annoying, but I am a menthol smoker, so don't let me tell you off of it without trying it for yourself. The menthol cartomizer (I use the higher-nicotine "Platinum" variety) produces a thick, rich, flavorful vapor which I find a very adequate substitute for cigarette smoke.
While a little bit of web research seemed to indicate that the Logic cartomizers are not re-usable, I went ahead and pulled out some commercial "e-juice" that I already had, and refilling seemed to work just fine (so I ordered a big bottle of fresh juice and started saving my money!). Some online stores also sell cartomizers specifically designed for refill and compatible with the Logic battery.
A fully charged Logic battery lasts the better part of the day and re-charges via USB (just hook it up to your computer, or buy a USB adapter that plugs into your wall outlet) in 3-4 hours.
Re-charging is where I ran into my only problem with the Logic Power Series. When I plugged my first battery in to re-charge, it didn't. After about six hours, I finally gave up, and when I took a close look at the charger, it had partially melted. The convenience store where I had bought the starter kit refused to replace it.
Since I was already $20 into the thing and knew I would need another battery anyway, I went to ANOTHER c-store and bought ANOTHER starter kit. The new charger worked just fine, and has been working for about three weeks. So for a total of $40 I got two batteries, one working charger, and four pre-filled cartomizers (two "regular," two menthol). Like I said, this is a little pricier than some online models, but you can gear up at the local convenience store instead of waiting for your equipment to arrive.
I understand that it is illegal to sell or advertise electronic cigarettes as a "quit smoking" aid, but I hope I can get away with sharing my experience. When I am "vaping" instead of smoking, my "smoker's cough" goes away within days and I feel an overall improvement in my energy levels, etc. Over time I also find that I "smoke" less, probably because I don't feel any pressure to "smoke the whole cigarette" because it is lit and burning away to waste in the ashtray.
If you are a smoker, I strongly endorse trying an electronic cigarette whether you want to quit or not. It's cheaper, it's more convenient, it's less offensive to people around you, and I strongly suspect that research will eventually and conclusively demonstrate that it's safer and healthier than real tobacco.
And if you are going to try an electronic cigarette, Logic has a low entry burden. The cost isn't high, the products are available where you already gas up or grab a soda, and with the exception of the defective charger (which I suspect Logic itself would replace if I bothered to ask) the gear is top-notch. The only down-side is that if you don't refill your own cartridges, there are probably only two flavors available -- "regular" and menthol. If you do refill with "e-juice" you can purchase online, the flavor options are limitless.