Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Black
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- Logitech's fastest keyboard ever with 1.5mm actuation, making it possible to receive input up to 25% faster than other gaming keyboards
- Customizable keys using intelligent RGB illumination and a palette of up to 16 million colours to choose from
- Each key top is entirely illuminated with 16MM colour lighting for a beautiful, evenly lit glow
- Arx Control integration through the Smart Dock displays in-game display information, vital system statistics and more on your smartphone or tablet
- 9 fully-customizable G-keys can be assigned commands per profile, and have been positioned for optimal speed and accessibility
- 6 dedicated media controls can be used to play, pause, and mute songs and videos
- On-board roller bar to adjust the volume, or skip scenes at the touch of a button
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- Good keyboard, reasonable lifespan- September 17, 2020
I owned a Logitech G910 Orion Spark and just recently replaced it with the G910 Orion Spectrum, which are both essentially the same keyboard with minor cosmetic differences. These are very good mechanical keyboards - the Romer G tactile keys are, for me, a perfect combination of the precision of a mechanical keyboard without excessive 'clicky' sounds or too much key travel required for quick typing. The Orion Spectrum keycaps are fairly standard shape, unlike the Spark that was very distinctive and took some getting used to. Positives: 1. The variable rgb lighting per key allows you to customize the look of the keyboard and/or highlight certain keys as you see fit. In some games, the game will control the keyboard lighting to (usually) good effect, highlighting keys to press to reload your weapon when you are low on ammo for example, or switching the lighting if you enter different modes that require different key presses. 2. The 9 programmable macro keys are handy, and can be expanded to 27 if you use the three profiles using the "M1" through M3" keys. 3. It is a full size keyboard, with number pad, etc., but doesn't take up an inordinate amount of space on the desk/keyboard tray. Negatives: 1. Logitech G HUB gaming software is horrendous to use. The previous version (Logitech Gaming Software) was much more intuitive, and offered easier set up of macros etc. but is, of course, no longer supported. One example - if you want to set up one of the macro keys to simply be a modified key (e.g. Alt-1, or Ctrl-1 for example) in the previous software, you could select the G key, click a button to assign a function to it, then type Alt-1 and it would be there. In G-Hub, you have go to a macros menu, create a new macro, record keystrokes, begin recording, type Alt-1, stop recording, save the macro, name it something useful, then you can go back to the keyboard settings and assign the newly created Alt-1 macro to the key. 2. The ARX hub is largely useless and the space taken up for it could have been better used. 3. I'm not overly impressed with the longevity of the Romer-G switches. I'm not a heavy gamer and certainly haven't abused the keyboard, but the reason I bought a new G910 Orion Spectrum keyboard when I had an Orion Spark is that several keys were beginning to chatter already. For those that haven't heard of this, it's when a mechanical switch sends duplicate keypress signals even though you only pressed the key once. Sso yoou endn up with typinng that loooks like thisi. My Orion Spark was just under 5 years old when I replaced it and had about 5 or 6 keys that would regularly chatter (1, R, N, M, O and a few others that would rarely do so). All the cleaning in the world didn't help fix the issue. While 5 years isn't a bad lifespan for a computer peripheral, given that Logitech are claiming their Romer-G switches last 70 million clicks, I can assure you I did not press them that frequently. On the whole though, obviously I bought the (essentially) same keyboard, since I haven't found another keyboard that has the same features for a comparable price.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (1)Not helpful (0)Report
- Love it- October 20, 2020
Perfect keyboard. Love the way it feels and types. highly recommendedYes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)
- Great Keyboard- October 18, 2020
This is a very good keyboard. I do a lot of gaming and it works great. I have not had any problems with it. It is very sturdy and stays in place very well. It has "G keys" to set up commands for various games or to input your own macros or commands. You can also adjust the colors of the lights for the keys, either individually or in groups. It also has controls for volume, play/pause, etc. for your media player right on the keyboard. Overall, I would say this is a very good keyboard and would definitely recommend it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)