Is G910 still good?
The Logitech G910 is an excellent gaming keyboard. It has very fast actuation Romer-G tactile switches that have a very short pre-travel distance. You can set a lot of macros and it also features full RGB lighting, but the board seems a bit flimsy and cheaply made. Short travel distance; great for gaming.
Is Corsair K70 still good?
The Corsair K70 RGB MK. 2 is good for office use. It comes with a detachable wrist rest and has an incline setting. You can get it with the Cherry MX switches you prefer, the keys are stable, and overall, it has a great typing quality.
What is the difference between Logitech G910 and spark?
Unlike the Spark which sticks out on the left side… see more. The Spectrum has a set of much more typical mostly-flat key caps (except WASD) and the wrist wrest is the the same depth all the way across the keyboard. Unlike the Spark which sticks out on the left side.
When did Logitech G910 come out?
|Release Date||June 2015 * First availability for purchase, it may not correspond to the actual market launch date.|
|Key Switch Type||Romer-G Tactile|
What type of keyboard is the G910?
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|Series||G910 Orion Spectrum|
|Number of Keys||102|
What kind of keyboard is Logitech G910?
RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
G910 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.
What kind of switches does the Logitech G910 use?
The G910 is the first keyboard, which uses the new exclusive Logitech Romer-G Switches. These switches have a smaller actuation distance than most common switches and are built to allow fast reactions.