Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

  • Model #: 920-007739
  • Web Code: 10409035
  • Release Date: 02-04-2016
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The Logitech G810 mechanical keyboard combines performance-driven design, easy-access media control, and a range of customizable features to give you a leg-up on the competition. Logitech's Romer-G switches ensure ultra-precise and responsive movements and commands, while advanced RGB lighting offers a very customizable, user-friendly experience.

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  • Logitech's exclusive Romer-G switches offer outstanding responsiveness, featuring 25 percent faster switch actuation than conventional Cherry MX mechanical switches
  • Logitech Gaming Software allows you to synchronize lighting effects with other Logitech G devices and gives you control of per-key RGB lighting (customize which keys are off while in game mode, etc.)
  • Palette of up to 16.8 million colours to choose from when customizing each individual key light
  • Keylight customization also lets you mark keys by colour to highlight certain commands or change colours to match your setup
  • Dedicated media controls allow you to promptly play, pause, and mute music and videos
  • Centrally lit keycaps and more uniform lighting coverage make key lettering clearer and more readable
  • Custom button macros on F1-F12 make it easy to customize your favourite games
  • Roller gives you the convenience of adjusting volume or skipping songs with the touch of a button

What's in the Box?

  • Logitech Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • User Documentation

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 2 Year(s)

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  • Connectivity Type
  • Collection/Theme
    Logitech G
  • Bluetooth
  • Cord Length or Cordless Range
    1.8 m
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Keyboard Language
  • Built-in Trackpad/Touchpad
  • Backlit Keys
  • Internet Keys
  • Multimedia Keys
  • Mechanical Keys
  • Custom Programmable Buttons
  • LCD Display
  • Number of Memory Profile(s)
  • Colour
  • Wrist Rest Included
  • Integrated USB Ports
  • Designed For Gaming
  • Battery
  • Solar Powered
  • Rechargeable
  • System Requirements
    Powered USB Port 2.0 port; Windows 10; Windows 8.1; Windows 8; Windows 7
  • Dimension
  • Width
    44.4 cm
  • Height
    3.43 cm
  • Depth
    15.3 cm
  • Weight
    1.18 kg
  • Width (Inches)
    17.32 in
  • Height (Inches)
    1.34 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    5.97 in
  • What's in the Box
  • Warranty Parts
    2 Year(s)



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  • from Calgary, AB

Good keyboard, good switches.

This keyboard is expensive, so hold out for a sale, it's dropped to about half price twice this year, and one more time for boxing day. First thing I noticed was the lights, they are possibly the best RGB LEDs on the entire keyboard market. Good preset LEDs and decent software, Logitech keeps updating the software but they haven't got one as good as Corsair or Razer yet. It's made of plastic, which might disappoint some, but in interior construction is very strong due to a metal base-plate, this means minimal deck flex and no noticeable issues. Most important are the switches, some enthusiasts say the switches are "mushy" and don't feel good enough, what they don't realize is that it's a gaming keyswitch, and you aren't supposed to bottom out. It has a small tactile bump and actuates faster than a Cherry MX red, so it outclasses all Razer switches, and all Cherry Switches except the speed when it comes to gaming. Typing on them is decent because they are tactile. Don't be fooled when someone who uses Zealio switches starts talking about how bad the switches are, they have no idea what they are talking about, because they are a typist, not a gamer. These switches are decent for typing and excellent at gaming, so if you are primarily gaming, and maybe typing out a few essays, the Romer-G switch is excellent, and the best choice for you. So overall Pros: Good build quality Good warranty High durability keyswitch (70 million clicks) Great RGB Quiet switches Good for gaming Cons: No included wrist rest (not a problem for me but for some it's important) Expensive Keycaps aren't really that good, its not a major problem but pretty disappointing for the price Software is just not there yet Overall I recommend it, and if you find it on sale there is no reason not to get it.

  • from Moncton, NB


HAvs not bought yet but seems nice

  • from Winnipeg, MB

A 99$ Keyboard, Priced 200$

Romer-G switch feels responsive, although, feels rough and plastic-y when you press it. Some brightness/hue of colors from the RGB isn't 100% represented correctly, specially White. All plastic construction on the outside, which makes this keyboard very hard to recommend for the price (feels cheap). I suggest waiting for a sale if you want this keyboard for good value. If you're a hardcore gamer looking for a full keyboard with RGB lighting, fast response, light weight, then take a look at this one. This would be such a great keyboard if it had better quality build. The only major flaw is the build quality.

  • from Winnipeg, MB

Great Keyboard!

Features Romer G switch, RGB (full customization). Romer switch is not for every one. Either you like it or don't. Romer G is a fast actuation switch, good for reactive gaming. Suggest you try the Romer G switch on a demo keyboard (G413, G910). It feels similar to a membrane keyboard but with a mixed in mechanical switch feel. The switch feels grindy, like rough plastics rubbing together. Once you get used to the feel of the keyboard, it's actually a great keyboard to type and game in. The keycaps are kind of small, so typing fast needs time to getting used to. Build quality for the price is definitely not great. The Corsair K series would have better build quality. G810 doesn't have any metal frame (fully plastic build) on the outside, but has metal sub-fame in its circuit board. Soft matte coating on the keycaps. __________________________________________________ For the full price of 200+ CAD, this keyboard is not worth it. This is pretty much Logitech's new flagship keyboard with its Romer G and RGB. If you want a cheaper, better quality feel and build but still like the Romer G and can live with out the RGB; get the G413 instead. You can buy something better with that 200+ CAD. I got this on sale for 117+ tax. So it's not a bad deal if you compare it to the full price. If you really want this keyboard, wait for a good sale! Note: if you ever wanted to buy the cheapest Romer G switch keyboard, don't buy the G410. It is such a bad feeling keyboard and doesn't do Romer G switch any justice. Get the G413 instead.

  • from Toronto, ON

A brutally honest review from an actual keyboard geek

This keyboard is unique and one of a kind, so here is a neat list of what you need to know about this keyboard: Advantages you don't find with other keyboards: - quiet but tactile keys* - tactile but high actuation keys* - stunning RGB because the light source is at the center of the key, rather than the side, so the lights don't bleed through the back of the board. * except Topre key switches. But those are rare and incredibly hard to get. Advantages that all keyboards should have anyway: - actually good construction quality - decent media keys - macros that don't get in the way, or make the keyboard bigger Things that you think are disadvantages but really aren't: - no wrist rest. You should be picking your own anyway. I have yet to find a stock wrist rest that isn't bad. - Plastic construction. It's not that it's actually plastic, it's just the outer shell. And the outer shell poses no influence on the quality of the board. Don't buy into what other companies would want you to believe. Disadvantages that some keyboards possess: - Flimsy sounding spacebar. But it works perfectly, and many other keyboards are like that too.........I'll let this one slide. - Pinging sound when you release the key. I'm not sure what the source of the problem is, but I don't think it pose as a long term problem. Plus it's barely noticeable. - braided cables. Contrary to what all the Youtubers tell you, it is not a good thing. It's hard to manage and frays after time. It just looks nice, but it really isn't. Disadvantages exclusive to this keyboard: - mushiness if you bottom out your keys like you're trying to drill a hole in your keyboard. I personally don't experience this problem because I'm a very light typer, but I know many people will. That's up to personal preference. - A spectacularly bad RGB software. Seriously, I haven't seen one so bad in a long time. There is no onboard light memory, so all your settings aren't existent unless you plug it into your own keyboard. The logo goes out of sync with the rest of the keyboard in Rainbow wave mode. And sometimes the settings randomly reset. And it took me a long time and some frustration before figuring how not to let the light change every time i boot up csgo. But I'm not big on RGB, plus I like my keyboard on just one color, so for me it's fine. And again, it makes up for it with just good the RGB looks with these Romer-G switches. TL;DR: if you don't care that much about RGB, and you don't bottom out your keyboard that much, this is probably one of the most perfect keyboards I've came across in this price range.

  • from Toronto, ON

If you're a gamer, this one's for you

Really nice keyboard, I'm glad I went with Logitech's own brown mechanical keys, they're not too loud and clicky but just enough to give you a proper tactile feeling whether you're typing or gaming...great price for a Logitech as well!

  • from Prince Albert, SK

Pretty good step up from my old Keyboard

Coming from the G105 (membrane Keyboard) this G810 feels like a godsend. Extremely responsive keys, very fluid motion, and nice (but not too loud) click to the keys when you depress them. Excellent lighting on the keyboard and very granular colour control on the lighting and effects themselves. the Logitech Gaming Software is pretty good, but not as intuitive for this product as it is for others (although very easy to use once you figure it out). They keyboard itself is pretty heavy as the frame is made out of some kind of metal, but definitely a good improvement over the cheaper keyboards I've used in the past. It never slides around on my desk at all. Only cons I can think of are pretty minor, and mostly have to do with getting used to the keyboard. The keys are super sensitive, so if you even tap a key you didn't mean to press, that key will register. This will lead to a lot of mis-types until you get used to being more precise with your fingers. If you're not prone to fat fingering your keys then you will be fine. As I mentioned before the Logitech Gaming software isn't as intuitive for this product as it is for the others I've used in the past (G302 mouse and G430 headset), but that is a minor gripe as once you figure it out its pretty easy to use. the media volume adjuster isn't as sensitive as I would like, and wish it would change volume a more with the same amount of turn, but again... minor gripe. Pretty amazing keyboard all around. I give it 4/5 stars because the keyboard has some differences that will take some time to get used to compared to the lower end keyboards I've used in the past. Only thing it seems to be missing is maybe a wrist wrest, But I knew that going in so its not a big deal for me. Pretty awesome keyboard, and I'm quite satisfied with my investment. I have no experience with other kinds of mechanical keys so I cannot compare them to the Romer-G keys here.... but I will say that these Romer-G keys meet or exceed all of my expectations. One thing I will note is that they are definitely louder than normal membrane keyboards, but they're not obnoxiously loud like other mechanical switches can often be.

  • from Edmonton


Overall its a good keyboard. Kinda disappointing because I thought it comes with the game The Division but it does not come with.

  • from Toronto, ON

Best keyboard I've ever owned

G-Romer keys feel amazing but may take some time to get used to, especially if you've used Cherry-MX keys before. Overall great product, and it came with The Division which helped with the high cost.

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