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Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB Illumination Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - UK QWERTY Layout

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  • Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Exclusive Romer-G mechanical switches
  • Up to 25 percent faster actuation with increased durability
  • Intelligent RGB illumination for customisable lighting

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Style: 920-006420
Technical Details
Item Weight1.5 Kg
Product Dimensions50.5 x 24.4 x 3.6 cm
Item model number920-006420
Form FactorStandard
Hard Drive Size100 MB
Power SourceUSB
Software IncludedWindows 8.1 x64
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 17,255 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 Kg
Date First Available3 Nov. 2014

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Exclusive Romer-G Switches
Romer-G Switches
Arx Control-Integration
Arx Control-Integration
Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB mechanical gaming keyboard

Game with speed and customisation with the Orion Spark RGB gaming keyboards. Romer-G mechanical switches deliver fast actuation—so you can execute every command as fast as you press the keys.

Intelligent RGB Illumination

Customise lighting for individual keys and games with your pick of 16 million different colors. Take your manoeuvres from fast to lightning fast by assigning custom game macros to nine programmable G-keys.

Mobile Display (or Arx Control)

Keep on top of critical in-game data with the keyboard’s Arx Control app and docking station for your smartphone or tablet. Orion Spark redefines gaming control so you leave nothing to chance.

Nine Programmable Buttons

Customise your favourite games with nine individually programmable G-keys. Create up to 27 custom commands across three profiles to put ultra-fast manoeuvres at your fingertips. Logitech Gaming Software makes setting up commands easy.

Logitech G
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  • Romer-G mechanical switches with fast actuation
  • 16 million customisable key lighting colors
  • Nine programmable G-keys
  • Arx Control smartphone app and dock displays in-game stats
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Box Contains

1 x Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB - Keyboard - USB - English - United Kingdom

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Style: 920-006420 Verified Purchase
Overall, it's a great keyboard, best I've ever had (this is the first time I've spent more than £20 for a keyboard), but there are some issues.

I'll get right down to it.
- Lighting on this keyboard is great, I don't see why people want more intensity; you look at the screen as you type, not at the keyboard
- As I have been using the laptops for the past 10 years, this is the best desktop keyboard I have ever used; no loud clicking sounds, the buttons' design makes them feel closer together than in other keyboards
- Loving the media buttons too as a user of WMP and iTunes
- I love it's overall design (excluding the design of the buttons)
- I like the phone dock
- Unique shape of buttons which is nice

- There is a phone dock, but unfortunately no USB port to charge to phone directly from keyboard to PC, need to plug the phone's charger into the PC or AC.
- The G-keys on the left side are truly a nightmare; I keep hitting those instead of shift/ctrl/tab. Other keyboards have it too (razer ones i've seen). Maybe it's something you get used to...? (or so i hope)
- It has a nice high quality feel but when you press the buttons, they feels "mushy"

It's been a month now and I find this keyboard to be very good now that i've become used to the G-keys, although i still make typos since the keys are so sensitive

I'm undecided about this product. The shape/layout of the buttons make me contanstanly make me do typos and the G keys on the left side constantly make me press the wrong buttons. If I decide to return this product, the one to go for would be a 3rd gen Corsair K70.
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Bought this to replace my ageing - but still worthy - Logitech G510. I'm not a gamer... but I use gaming mice and keyboards (for music production and CAD) simply because they're more robust and more versatile... and I especially like Logitech's 'G' keys as they can be programmed to perform macros / multiple key commands of most kinds under a single keystroke. To use, the G910 feels like quite a departure from the G510 mainly because of the shape of the (indented) key caps... so for touch typing, you're having to 'check' your progress a lot... but I imagine for gaming where you're using specific groups of keys repetitively, I can understand how it might feel more 'accurate'. Generally, it all feels a little alien... but with use, I'm slowly getting used to it... however, I've just seen that Logitech (on their US site at least) do produce a 'rounded' (smooth) key cap set so you can change them for a more familiar feel should the standard keys prove to be too awkward. The Logitech Romer-G key switches feel very positive and - although not totally silent - are much quieter than I was expecting. And of course, the key backlighting feature is excellent, being so much brighter than my old G510, no light bleed around the keys... and with enough individual key-colour customisation for all manner of applications - gaming or otherwise (ideal for setting up colour coded shortcut keys for DAW or CAD software for example).

Downsides? I kinda miss the LCD display of my old G510... even though all I ever had it do was (occasionally useful) CPU loads / temperatures and RAM readouts. All the more highlighted by it effectively being replaced on the G910 by a tacky looking pull-out tray to prop your 'smart device' up in (which would be running the ARX app)...
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This is the most expensive keyboard I've ever bought. For over a decade, I've used MS Natural keyboards, and to be honest, I keep using them if I still did as much typing as I used to (ex-programmer.)

Now I mostly use the computer to play games and edit photos. And this keyboard is brilliant for both.

The ARX software you can download for this, enables you to set up software specific colour schemes. And while this may sound really useful in games (ASWD coloured red for example,) I've been setting it up for use with Photoshop and PhotoPlus. I now have the most useful shortcuts assigned to the game keys, and colour coded. And the best thing is the scheme automatically starts when I run the program.

I found two games that automatically detects the keyboard (rather than the other way round.)

GTA V: The keyboard changes colour to match the character you're playing. But the really cool feature is that the F-keys turn red and flash when you're wanted. Useless, but cool.

The Division: The keys needed to play the game are illuminated. Different colours for different uses. Plus, if you set up new keys (Emotes aren't set up as standard on the PC version,) they get illuminated too. And you can turn it off if you wish. Don't know why though.

You can download the ARX app to either tablet or phone and it'll display information about your computer and graphics card in real time. It's supposed to have other apps available, including one for Assetto Coursa, when the tablet displays a speedo and Tachometer instead of them appearing on the main display. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find it. I might grab a copy of the ARX sdk, and try writing my own.

Any bad things (other than the lack of game specific apps?) Not really.
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