The Logitech G910 looks quite cheap compared to other mechanical gaming keyboards. The frame is made of thin plastic, and the keys have an unusual notched design. They feel a bit cheap like the Razer Cynosa keys. The finish is prone to oily shine and fingerprints. For a better built keyboard, check out the Razer Black Elite.
This keyboard does not offer great ergonomics. The palm rest is fixed and is only useful for the left side of the keyboard. It seems that the rest of the wrist was only done with players using their left hand on the board with their right hand on their mouse in mind. This keyboard quickly causes fatigue when typing and is quite uncomfortable for the right hand. If you want a keyboard with a detachable palm rest, consider the Logitech G513 instead.
Currently, the Logitech G910 Orion Spark offers a plethora of design innovations, comfortable options, features, and dedicated functions that justify its $180 price tag. The ARX app is provided free of charge and holds immense potential. Moreover, the customizable illumination sets this keyboard apart from others, creating a striking visual presence even when unattended. When it comes to gaming and typing, it reigns supreme in its price range.
While the Orion Spark excels in design, a comparable experience can be obtained with the Logitech G710+. The standout feature of the Orion Spark is its wide range of backlighting options, allowing you to choose between a dignified blue, a pulsating rainbow effect, or individual key colors (with millions of options available, even similar colors appear distinctly). The Logitech Gaming Software simplifies the customization process, offering a variety of lighting patterns to suit your preferences. You can create effects such as random key lighting, color changes upon pressing, or assign specific colors for different functions. Personally, I found programming the 1 key to be green before pressing, red when pressed, and yellow during skill recharge quite enjoyable.
While Logitech’s membrane keyboards have had mixed reviews, their previous mechanical offering, the G710+, was highly regarded, and I was eager to see how Logitech would build upon that success. The result is a keyboard that closely resembles its predecessor, incorporating numerous intelligent design choices.
The Logitech G910 has excellent additional features. It has dedicated multimedia keys, many programmable macro keys and the AR dock. The stand itself doesn’t do anything, but you can use the AR companion appx Please note, however, that this dock does not charge the mobile phone and the application is only useful for some games, and does not appear to be compatible with the Logitech G HUB, only with the previous Logitech game software.
This keyboard uses patented Logitech Romer-G Tactile switches. They have a small tactile protrusion before the actuation point, like the popular Cherry MX Brown switches.
The Logitech G910 keyboard is an acceptable option for office work. This keyboard has mechanical switches that are not too noisy, but its design provides mediocre ergonomics. It has half a palm rest on the left side, which makes it uncomfortable and tiring to use both hands to type. The Keys also feel cheap and have an unusual jagged design that makes typing more difficult if you don’t hit them in the center. Photo: LogitechLogitech G910 is an excellent gaming keyboard. It has very fast-acting Romer-G Tactile switches that have a very short pre-travel distance. You can set up a lot of macros, and it also has full RGB lighting, but the board looks a bit flimsy and cheap. Logitech G910 Orion Spark is a solid gaming keyboard with some cool features, but maybe it’s too game-oriented. While the customizable functions are great, the design, especially the asymmetrical distribution of the sculpted keys, is beneficial for the game, but not for everyday productivity.
Logitech G910 Orion Spark is an perfect gaming keyboard equipped with patented Logitech Romer-G touch switches. Unfortunately, while the keyboard offers superb RGB lighting, it looks pretty cheap and the keys have an unusual indented design. It also has a palm rest, giving the impression that this keyboard is made only for games, since the right hand should be on the mouse instead of the keyboard. Video: YouTube/Logitech
Despite a few minor drawbacks, the Logitech G910 Orion Spark proves to be a dependable companion for gamers across various genres. Although it may require a significant investment, this device guarantees a captivating product that will illuminate your gaming setup for years to come.
G910 Spark Physical Specs
- Height: 19.88 in (505 mm)
- Width: 8.26 in (210 mm)
- Depth: 1.39 in (35.5 mm)
- Weight: 3.30 lbs (1.5 kg)
- Cable: 6 ft (1.8 m)
ROMER-G TACTILE KEY SWITCHES
- Durability: 70 million key presses
- Actuation distance: 0.059 in (1.5 mm)
- Actuation force: 1.58 oz (45 g)
- Total travel distance: 0.11 in (3.0 mm)
- Windows 7 or later
- macOS X 10.10 or later
- Chrome OS
- Android 3.2 or later
- Optional*: Internet access for Logitech G HUB. Advanced settings require G HUB 8.96 or higher. Refer to LogitechG.com/downloads (Logitech G HUB) for details.
- 2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty