Logitech G810 Keyboard Review
In an era when “gaming keyboards” were almost identical to “something that teenage film protagonists would find in the 90s,” the Orion Spectrum restraints were practically palpable.
Although it is not equipped with armrests or many things that are blocking the border, Orion Spectrum makes maximum use of space. The button almost touches the peripheral edge, almost like a membrane keyboard. The design is far from striking, which in my opinion is greeted with changes in speed.
The Orion Spark and G410 Atlas Spectrum keyboards from Logitech use the company’s unique Romer-G mechanical switch, and Orion Spectrum follows suit. Although the keys are very calm, they offer little resistance and feel substantive. Think of them as Cherry MX Brown with a bit of soft touch.
Orion Spectrum avoids additional keys for the most part but deserves a nod because it has separate media controls. Users can pause, play, rewind or advance, plus volume control with a roller. Because most gaming keyboards only duplicate other keys, this helps set Orion Spectrum apart from competitors. There are also buttons to enable or disable lighting, plus one for Game Mode which can deactivate the minimize screen button during gameplay.
Orion Spectrum runs on Logitech Gaming Software, which continues to be one of the best gaming device management programs on the market. With this program, you can reprogram individual keys, link games to a personal profile, and play with the keyboard’s full RGB backlight. This software will automatically scan your system for games and create profiles for them. So all you have to do is choose a color scheme and assign any additional commands to the function keys, if you want.
Logitech Orion Spectrum is a gorgeous keyboard with many smart features to suit a variety of gamers. The Romer-G key is that love-or-tolerance proposition, and I have some quarrels about software and typing experiences. If not, it’s well-designed hardware with beautiful lighting and some media control buttons that are very welcoming, making worth it.
The Bad > Some software oddities, Not the fastest for typing
The Good > Elegant design, Great performance, Comfortable keys, Gorgeous backlighting
Conclusion > Recommended for gamers who prefer elegance to talent.
Logitech G810 Keyboard Specification
|Connection Type||USB (corded)|
|USB Protocol||USB 2.0|
|Indicator Lights (LED)||Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock|
|USB Ports (Built-in)||None|
|Backlighting||RGB,Selectable color (16.8M colors)|
|Special Keys||Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock, Media Keys, Backlight toggle, Game/Windows Key, Mute Key, Volume wheel|
|Other Features||Exclusive Romer-G Mechanical Switches|
|Cable Length||1.8 m (6 ft)|
|Keyboard||34.3 mm (1.4 inches)||443.5 mm (17.5 inches)||153 mm (6 inches)||1180 g (41.6 ounces)|
Logitech G810 Keyboard Manuals
Logitech G810 Keyboard Driver
Logitech G HUB
Logitech Gaming Software(64-Bit)
Logitech Gaming Software(32-Bit)
Logitech G HUB(Mac)
Logitech Gaming Software(Mac)