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Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, QWERTY, Layout UK English - Black

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  • Pure performance-driven design: Full-size keyboard delivers peak performance with Logitech G technologies
  • Ultra-responsive Romer-G mechanical key switches: Up to 25% faster key actuation than standard mechanical switches
  • Customisable RGB lighting: Match your system's look and personalise individual key lighting from a spectrum of 16.8 million colours
  • Easy-access media controls: Play, pause, mute, adjust volume and skip songs right from the keyboard
  • Customisable function keys: Program custom macros to F1-F12 keys with Logitech gaming software
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Style: QWERTY, English Keyboard Layout
Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions15.3 x 44.3 x 3.4 cm
Item model number920-007744
SeriesG810 Orion Spectrum
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB01B4O2GHA
Best Sellers Rank 754 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
Date First Available4 Feb. 2016
  
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Style Name:QWERTY, English Keyboard Layout

Product Description

Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, QWERTY, Layout UK English - Black.

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Gaming keyboard; User documentation; 2-year manufacturer's guarantee and full product support


From the Manufacturer

G410 Atlas Spectrum G710 Plus G610 Orion Brown G910 Orion Spectrum G810 Orion Spectrum
G410 Atlas Spectrum G710 Plus G610 Orion Brown G910 Orion Spectrum G810 Orion Spectrum
G-Keys 0 6 0 9 0
Maxiumum Anti-Ghosting 87 110 104 113 104
Maximum Key Roll-Over 10+ 26+ 26+ 26 26+
Lighting RGB White LED White LED RGB RGB
Mechanical Keys Romer-G Cherry MX (blue or brown) Cherry MX (Red or Brown) Romer-G Romer-G
ARX Dock Yes No No Yes No
Dedicated Media Controls No Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Style: QWERTY, English Keyboard Layout Verified Purchase
I have an old Corsair K70 Brown and decided it was time for an update. For me it came down to the Corsair K65 RGB or the Logitech G810. The Corsair had the advantage that it had less width ( it doesn't have a numpad ), and the Logitech had the advantage that the lighting just looked better thanks to the specially designed keys that focused the through the cap itself.
Oh, and, in passing I was worried about the Red switches in the Corsair and switches that are said to be similar to the Red's in the Logitech because people say they are not as good as the Brown for ordinary typing. My old keyboard used Brown switches.
I bought the K65, and regretted it. Comparing it to my old K70 I found the Red switches are ( surprisingly ) better for me when typing, and certainly the smaller keyboard gave my mouse more room, which was really great, but the big problem, which was completely unexpected, is that the RGB LED's are much dimmer than my old K70 mono LED's. Some of legend on the key caps are really difficult to see. I often use my keyboard at night in a dimly lit room, so this really was a disaster. The background to the keys is pretty well lit, so the effects seem nice and bright, it's just a shame that you can't actually see the legend on so many of the keys. So for me, the K65 failed right there, because the lighting of the actual keys themselves is just too poor. All in all, the K65 is a good solid product but just lacks the attention to detail you would expect for the price.
So next came the G810!
The G810 lighting is significantly better than the Corsair. It is way brighter and because there is no light leaking under the keys, and the font has been chosen very wisely by Logitech, the legend is much clearer. The keys are very evenly lit.
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Style: QWERTY, English Keyboard Layout Verified Purchase
Pros: Design, software, dedicated media keys
Cons: Lack of accessories, price, key cap quality, bugs with the firmware, not fully programmable, no dedicated macro keys, no wrist rest

Build Quality & Accessories: 5/10
Design & Look: 7.5/10
Software: 8/10
Value: 6/10
Performance: 9/10
My final Rating: 7/10

Review Date: March 2016
Review Price: £140 / $160

First of all I would like to thank Logitech for sending me the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum mechanical keyboard for review. I was very much intrigued about the new Logitech keyboards which were released, mainly due to their own Romer-G switch, which just like other manufacturers such as Razer and SteelSeries have moved away from the trusted Cherry MX switches, which I use on a daily basis on my Logitech G710+ (home) and Cooler Master Storm Quick Fire XT (work). Both of my daily keyboards use the Cherry MX Brown switches and have been also custom painted in a Lamborghini colour!

I digress, the G810 can be found for around £140 on AmazonUK and around $160 on AmazonUSA. In comparison to its competitors the keyboard is on-par with the SteelSeries Apex M800 which also houses an in-house switch and can be found for around £135.

Now one thing I don't get is why the G810 is more expensive than its older and feature-rich brother the Logitech G910. The G910 can be found for £120, now I can understand resellers are going to have different prices than the MSRP, but even then the price difference on Logitech's website is £20. If I'm going to be spending £140 on a keyboard, I don't think I would mind spending an extra £20 to get a keyboard that has a wrist rest, many more macro keys and even a stand for your phone to sit on!
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Style: QWERTY, English Keyboard Layout Verified Purchase
The Logitech G810 Keyboard is rather remarkable. To say the least.

In The Box:
There isn't much actually, just the keyboard and documentation, that's it. No key puller, wrist rest etc. Just the keyboard and the documentation.

First Opinion:
The keyboard itself is quite heavy, I was surprised at the weight of this thing. In comparison to the G610, it is like a cinderblock.
There is no flex, or at least I couldn't.
The keyboard look and feel is minimalistic like there is not much going, which to be said is true. There aren't any dedicated macro keys. The only unusual key is the game profile key.
This keyboard is truly the essence of modern minimalism in the workplace, no "edgy designs" or silly fonts on the keys. In all, it is quite grown up really.

In Use:
Once the Logitech gaming software is installed you can really start to take advantage of this keyboard, change lighting profiles, customizing what the keys do, changing the lighting to game specific layouts, and heat maps of what keys are pressed the most, or the duration of the press.

Actually using the keys is rather nice, many people I have seen have complained about Logitech's inhouse Romer-G switches, but to me, they're rather nice. The feel is reminiscent of the Cherry Brown, maybe slightly softer, and the switches are quite quiet, the most noise comes from when you bottom out the key, which really shouldn't be an issue due to the high actuation point, which is heavily marketed. Because of the fact that the switches are in-house developed this has lead to a rather breathtaking backlight through the keycaps.
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