Logitech G910 Orion Spark Gaming Keyboard Review Guide and Driver for Windows and Mac

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Logitech G910 Reviews 

Logitech’s flagship mechanical gaming keyboard, the G910 Orion Spectrum (Look at Amazon) / (Look at Amazon UK), takes some of the best gimmick from its cheaper cousin, the G810. And adds some essential items such as select macro buttons, armrests that can be removable, and the second screen feature integrated via ARX Control.

Design and Features

The G910 Spectrum offers more than 16.8 million colors that can be adjusted throughout its RGB array. The LED lighting itself is awe-inspiring, and unlike most RGB keyboards, the light comes from just below the keyboard itself, not on the base too.

Many RGB mechanical keyboards, even high-end models such as the K95 Platinum from Corsair, experience light bleeding everywhere, by design. But Logitech has chosen to isolate the LED to provide a cleaner appearance. In contrast, the G910 does not have the same build quality as the K95, because the body is made entirely of plastic. Even so, the G910 feels very sturdy and looks and feels like a high-end device with a tasteful accent.

Cherry MX switches generally enter into a mechanical keyboard space, but Logitech has gone a long way for years with its Romer-G switch. I found the key to being fast and tactile while not being too hard, similar to Cherry MX Red, for drawing comparisons. Logitech claims Romer-G is good for more than 70 million printing presses. Along the left side of the keyboard, there are five macro keys with unique font designs, and there are four more at the top above the function keys. The macro key is well placed, and like other keycaps on the G910 Spectrum, it features a somewhat concave design that feels great when typing and playing games.

Logitech G910 Orion Spark Gaming Keyboard


As far as the keyboard software interface goes, the Logitech Gaming Software application is well made? Inside, you’ll find the settings expected to match the Orion Spectrum G910 LEDs, including an impressive set of preset schemes. You will also find waves of ordinary color, breathing, and various ripple effects. Each button can be adjusted according to hue, brightness, and speed. And fortunately, it’s all effortless and easy to navigate.

But where the G910 software suite is awe-inspiring is in creating macros. More specifically, game-specific macros. The application scans my PC for games. And immediately offers some keybindings that I can drag to the “G” macro key and assign it; it can’t be easier. Impressively, once the G910 Spectrum knows what game you are playing, there might be an option to set unique color settings and synchronize with the game. For example, the software can detect the buttons used in PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds and only illuminate specific ones.

The game

The macro key is handy, and in this case, not only in genres that are generally macro like MOBA. I can quickly assign several tasks in Battlefield 1 by just dragging them from the list (the software fills them) to the macro key that I want to bind. Calling medical personnel is as easy as possible. I will no longer get into the passenger seat by car at Battlegrounds, looking for the Ctrl-1 press. I press “G1” and continue the game.

Also, the Romer-G switch is fast and feels great no matter what game I play. However, I would like to see a little more texture on some essential keys, especially on the WASD keys that often used. Interchangeable key cards or slanted edges will be far away, especially since the latter is available on the Spectrum predecessor, the Orion Spark G910. That being said, I very rarely find myself making mistakes in typing or playing with the G910 Spectrum.

The Point

The Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum is easily one of the best high-end RGB mechanical keyboards. The macro settings are the best I’ve ever seen, and while it made of plastic, not aluminum like some of its competitors. The G910 Spectrum and Romer-G switches will make your fingers happy. And what’s more, your eyes will be pleased with the beautiful lighting.

The Bad > The Logitech G910 has Scalloped keycaps, Mushy Romer-G switches, and Lighting options could be more robust.

The Good > The Logitech G910 has Gorgeous lighting with minimal light leakage, Easy to configure, Macro keys placed intelligently, Great in-game performance, Flawless macro-recording, Intuitive software.

The Conclusion > Logitech Orion Spark Gaming Keyboard G910 is recommended for gamers who play competitive games, as it has the ultimate performance. And also all cool features in one keyboard.

Logitech G910

Logitech G910 Specification

Keyboard Spec

Connection TypeUSB (corded)
USB ProtocolUSB 2.0
USB SpeedFull-speed
Indicator Lights (LED)Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock
LCD DisplayNone
USB Ports (Built-in)None
BacklightingSelectable color
Special KeysG-Keys (9), M-Keys (3), MR-Keys (1), Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock, Media Keys, Backlight toggle, Game/Windows Key, Mute Key, Volume wheel
Other FeaturesExclusive Romer-G Mechanical Switches
Cable Length (Power/Charging)6 feet or 1.8 meters



Keyboard35.5 mm (1.4 inch)505 mm (19.9 inch)209.7 mm (8.3 inch)1530 g (54.0 ounce)


Logitech G910 Manuals

Setup Guide.pdf



Logitech G910 Driver

Logitech Gaming Software(64-Bit)

  • Software Version: 9.02.65
  • Last Update: 2018-10-08
  • OS: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 10
  • File Size: 123 MB


Logitech Gaming Software(32-Bit)

  • Software Version: 9.02.65
  • Last Update: 2018-10-08
  • OS: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 10
  • File Size: 111.7 MB
Logitech G HUB

  • Software Version: 2019.4.18783
  • Last Update: 2019-05-08
  • OS: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 10
  • File Size: 35.6 MB
Logitech G HUB (Mac Os)

  • Software Version: 2019.4.18783
  • Last Update: 2019-05-08
  • OS: Mac OS X 10.11, macOS 10.12, macOS 10.13, macOS 10.14
  • File Size: 20.9 MB

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