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Logitech Spotlight: get world-class gaming performance with the G810 mechanical keyboard

Logitech Spotlight posts are created in partnership with Logitech.

Engineered to deliver blisteringly fast performance and precision in the latest PC titles where milliseconds can make the difference between victory and defeat, the G810 Orion Spectrum is Logitech’s new cutting-edge mechanical keyboard designed for high-performance gaming. 

Trusted by the top eSports players on the planet, the G810 mechanical keyboard boasts an array of high-end features that allow serious gamers to gain a competitive edge over their competition.  This includes durable Romer-G mechanical switches with an actuation point 25 percent shorter than standard mechanical keyboards. This results in ultra-fast responsiveness you can rely on as it’s been tested to 70 million keystrokes.

Not only can you get the best performance in your favorite games, but the G810 features stunning, customizable full spectrum RGB backlighting with over 16.8 million colors. It also comes pre-loaded with profiles for over 300 popular games that light up only the most important keys in the specific game you’re playing. 

Watch the video above for an in-depth look at how you can take your game to the next level with the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum mechanical keyboard, which is now available to own.

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TriforceWisdom Avatar
1 Year ago

I love RGB keyboards! They can be beautiful and also very practical when you can assign different colors to different keys; it can make finding what you're looking for a lot faster if you tend to forget what key you assigned where. I was so, so close to buying this keyboard last week. It looks great and people are raving about the Romer G switches, but reviews say there is no on-board memory, meaning that you HAVE to have the software running at all times to use the keyboard the way you set it up. That killed it for me, although if they re-release this one with the on-board memory I will almost certainly pick it up because it otherwise seems perfect.

Matso Avatar
1 Year ago

TBH then only times i have seen the Romer G keys being raved a bout is in infomercial articles like these. This "article" is nothing more then that. I tried the Romer switches out for a week and i cant say there is anything i like about them at all. They feel much like the old membrane keys with the one exception that you dont need to bottom them out, other then that they feel 100% like the old membrane keys, mushy.

I have a Razer Blackwidow 2014 stealh edition (only green backlighting) and this week i bought the corsair strafe RGB MX silent and i like these switches loads better and they really are very silent + the clear housing around the switch and leds sure do help with the lighting. And i do agree with you on the advantages of RGB boards. Myself i usually am not for a lot of fluff like 10 million leds in a system case etc. I tend to turn of lighting on headphones and mice but on the keyboard it simply is practical and with the RGB boards you have full control over it and i am able to make it look very stylish instead of like a circus especially since it is the only item i have the emits light in my setup. currently i got my strafe's default color scheme deep orange/gold and white. all the F keys are deep orange/gold (like) , the number keys white incl insert,home and pg up, then the qwerty row orange/gold again then asdfg row white, then zxcvb row orange gold and the final bottom row white again and the entire numpad orange again and it simply looks clean and stylish.

but i did make a few practical profiles for a couple of games already which activate when i fire up the game and i like how the keyb switched to my desktop default orange/white color scheme whenever i tab out and then back to the games color scheme when i tab back in.

Even when someone is like me who usually does not prefer all this led fluf everywhere there is next to the practicality of a illuminated keyb a certain fun factor to still be appreciated with boards like this

Shriven Avatar
1 Year ago

RGB keyboards = Nope.