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  • Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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Logitech G610 Orion Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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Product Description Product Description
  • Performance driven gaming keyboard: Full size keyboard delivering a pure, fluid gaming experience
  • Durable Cherry MX Red Mechanical Key Switches: Low noise switches deliver a more linear keypress for rapid fire actuation
  • Customizable Lighting: Personalize individual key lighting brightness to keep track of spells and other commands
  • Easy Access Media Controls: Play, pause, mute, adjust volume and skip songs right from the keyboard
  • Customizable Function Keys and Game Mode: Program custom macros to F1 F12 keys with Logitech Gaming Software
  • Compatibility: Works with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
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Great Keyboard for FPS Games, Quieter than Membranes Logitech G610 Orion Reds, with Cherry MX Red switches. Pretty solid design! Sturdy board with no noticeable flex (I don't know what situation you would be in to bend said keyboard though.) It is matte black along the top, with a glossy kind of plastic wrapping around all sides of the board. Coming from a long-time PC gamer, the Cherry MX Reds are perfect for FPS games like Counter Strike and Rainbow Six: Siege! The actuation does take some getting used to, like how you don't have to slam the keys down all the way for them to register. It is a good change though, and helps me with pressing keys in quicker succession, like when I'm using Q and E often to peek in Rainbow Six. I live in a small apartment, so I'm set up in the living room. Sometimes people come over and sleep on the couch, and the Red switches are definitely a lot quieter than my old membrane keyboard. I also bought some rubber O-rings to go along with it just so it is even quieter once the keys bottom out, and they work really well! It's a very clean layout, not an overly aggressive typeface for the characters. The lights are only white, but can still be configured with different brightnesses and settings in the Logitech Gaming Software! I also have a Logitech G302 Daedalus mouse and although they do not sync lighting when set to breathe, you can configure them in the same program. I just want to be able to see my keys in the night time with dim lighting conditions, so the white LEDs definitely cater more towards quieter setups. I don't really have any complaints so far, I've had this keyboard for over a couple months now, and I'm pretty happy with it! 5Seems like a good keyboard... until you use it for a while This is my third and (by far) least expensive mechanical keyboard. I bought it for writing code, not for gaming, so typing accuracy is paramount. Most of the time, the keyboard works fine. But at least twice a week, the keyboard freezes up and needs to be unplugged and plugged back into the computer to get it to work again. If you were using this for a FPS game then I think that would mean a quick death. For me, it's annoying to have my code writing interrupted while I reach around back and get it working again. Also, every few hours, a mystery key fires and causes havoc in my IDE, such as switching windows or launching help into the foreground. It's really intrusive and leads me to believe that this keyboard is just a little bit too cheap. I never had any problem with my first or second DAS keyboards, the older of which has been working for about 10 years. The backlighting on this keyboard is good, but by default it does some kind of cheesy "wave" across the keys that I immediately need to turn off. Unless you install a driver on the computer, you're not getting rid of the wave effect. 1A nice keyboard with some minor flaws. Hello everyone this is my review on the Logitech G610 Orion Red. You can find the TL;DR at the bottom. :)BUILD QUALITY:The keyboard feels sturdy and has a bit of weight to it which results in a unit that feels robust and fairly high-quality. The top of the keyboard has a nice matte finish and the keycaps also have a matte, almost "satin" finish to them. The side of the keyboard is glossy and will surely attract fingerprints. Matte sides would have been much nicer and the decision to make them glossy seems a bit strange, but it does not seem to be that big a deal. The keycaps do leave a bit to be desired as they seem to be of a lower quality than the rest of the board and from the looks of it these keycaps will be glossing over fairly soon as I put this keyboard to extensive use. The media keys and volume roller situated in the upper right-hand corner of the keyboard both feel of a high quality.KEYCAPS:Do note, and this may be important for some folks, if you want to use custom keycaps, this keyboard does have an odd-size bottom row, particularly the spacebar which comes in at a very weird 5.75u. The entire bottom row on this keyboard is: 1.5u, 1.25u, 1.25u, 5.75u, 1.25u, 1.25u, 1.25u, 1.5u. With enough searching (and of course money) you could probably find keycaps for this bottom row, but do bear in mind that it may not be so easy and once you do find some nicer caps by time you pay for them you could be faced with a situation where the cost of those caps on top of the cost of this board exceeds that of getting a board with better keycaps to begin with. This is perhaps something for you to consider.LIGHTING:The lighting on the G610 only comes in white, however if you like the subdued styling of the keyboard but would prefer more lighting colors there is an RGB option, which is the Logitech G810. It is very similar to this board that in addition to the RGB lighting will feature Logitech's proprietary Romer-G switches as opposed to the Cherry brown or red switch options available on the G610. Whether one enjoys the feel of Romer-G switches is very much personal preference, but one thing to note with Romer-Gs is the backlighting will be more consistent across each key, unlike Cherry s keys where thanks to the switch design influencing the placement of the LED, the lighting can be uneven across a key. For example, the bottom half of the keys of the number row (e.g. @, %, ^, &), and the secondary functions of the Numpad (e.g. Arrow Keys, END, PG DN, DEL) will be dimmer than the top half of the key. I have included a picture of a section the number pad demonstrating this. For many it may not be that big a deal, but if you are particular about things like that it may be an issue for you and could be one reason to look into Romer-G switches. Regardless of the inconsistent lighting, you should have no problem seeing everything in a dark room.As far as lighting is concerned you can opt to use Logitech's software to customize between different effects such as "Breathing," "Star Effect," "Light Wave" and things like that or if you would rather not deal with the software you can forgo some of the fancier lighting schemes and simply hold down the keyboard's Brightness Setting key while pressing numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 0 (0 is for solid) to cycle through different preset lighting schemes. It s a pretty neat feature. The settings you select through Brightness key + numbers 1-5 and 0 should save through a cold boot. Considering my Logitech G600 mouse features a nice onboard memory that saves lighting and binding profiles, this keyboard could have certainly used something similar which for a unit that retails for $120 would have been nice to have.FINAL THOUGHTS/OPINIONS:This keyboard was a second choice for me as I intended to get a WASD CODE which retails for $150. The only reason I picked this Logitech up is the Cherry MX Red version was available on Amazon for $80 and I wanted to save a bit of money. Personally, I d be reluctant to pay $100 for this keyboard and certainly not the retail asking price of $120 when for just $30 more I could have gotten a backlit board from WASD which has an even superior build quality, more choice of switches, and keycaps that are easier to replace... along with no "in your face" company logos, no media control switches (which for me are useless) and features onboard memory to easily save lighting profiles. Because of a lack of onboard memory to store lighting and key assignment profiles and because of the completely odd-ball and frankly quite annoying size of the bottom row s spacebar which makes finding a full set of custom keycaps a nightmare, I will be removing one star.In the end this is a nice keyboard for $80, and even while $100 would be doable it would be stretching it but I do trust the Logitech name and therefore can be pretty certain this keyboard will serve me well for the next few years, even if only as a backup. The flaws I mention are relatively minor and the quality and styling of this board far outweigh them. Personally I do not at all regret the purchase of this keyboard. If you want an easy, simple keyboard from a reputable company go ahead and pick this up and it should serve you well.TL;DR+Solid build quality+Tried and true Cherry MX switches+Backlit with five levels of brightness+Easy to take apart (see youtube for teardowns)+Comfortable to use-Weird sizing for keycaps on bottom row, good luck finding a 5.75u spacebar :(-No onboard memory to save lighting profile, key remaps, etc.-A bit pricey considering no onboard memory, no USB passthrough, etc.-Uneven lighting on some keys. While due to the design of Cherry switches this is not necessarily a fault of Logitech, the company could have opted to orient the keycap s primary and secondary legends horizontally instead of vertically (e.g. as see on the backlit WASD Code) which would have provided more even lighting across the key.Despite some flaws like a very odd sizing on the keycaps of the bottom row and lack of onboard memory to save lighting and other such profiles, The Logitech G610 Orion Red is solid board and one that I can happily recommend. 4Amazing, amazing, amazing I was looking for a mechanical keyboard to use at work, so I have tried these keyboards in the last 5 months:Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L White LED Cherry MX Red Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L White LED Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Red, Full Size (Large)Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L White LED Cherry MX Brown Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L White LED Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Brown, Full Size (Large)Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L PBT Cherry MX Blue Cooler Master MasterKeys L PBT- Full Size Gaming Mechanical Keyboard, Cherry MX Blue w/ 4 Green Switches, Thick 1.5mm PBT KeycapsCorsair Strafe Cherry MX Red CORSAIR STRAFE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Red LED Backlit - USB Passthrough - Linear and Quiet - Cherry MX Red SwitchCorsair Strafe Cherry MX Brown CORSAIR STRAFE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Red LED Backlit - USB Passthrough - Tactile and Quiet - Cherry MX Brown SwitchLogitech G413 Silver Logitech - G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Silver (Certified Refurbished)Velocifire VM01 Brown Switches Unapologetic Poetry: 'I Will Never Apologise for Being Who I Am!'HAVIT Kailh Low Profile Blue Switches 87 Keys HV-KB390L Mechanical Keyboard HAVIT Backlit Wired Gaming Keyboard Extra-Thin & Light, Kailh Latest Low Profile Blue Switches, 87 Keys N-key Rollover HV-KB390L (Black)I started with the HAVIT. Too expensive for so little delivered, I was afraid it would break any time soon.My last one, the G413 was almost perfect. Good materials, minimalist, beautiful. But the switch Romer-G, it's not there yet. And that metal feedback noise, no, it's very annoying. I need to say that it would even get tired after typing all day.In a matter of size and design, the CM are amazing, but they do not feel sturdy in my opinion. Lack of wrist rests also was a problem for those price ranges. They are loud even with red switches.Corsairs, they were smoother, quieter, but I was looking for less useless space, and Corsairs have a lot of useless BS.Logitech had a sale on the G610 and I couldn't be more satisfied. Smooth, comfortable, quiet, fast, really fast.Materials are perfect, light is perfect. No frills, no color, few effects.The keyboard goes back in factory mode when the computer reset and the software it's not running but that's because I took Logitech out of my startup programs.I just wished they went with standard design and spacing for the key caps, so changing them would be easy. Some keys are not standard, like shift, caps lock, and space bar.I miss the USB pass through of the G413 but I don't miss that absurd double USB cable. 5Great entry level mechanical board. Coming from a penny pincher background with limited keyboard experience, this board is great! In the past, I always opted for the cheaper, entry level keyboards. Never again!I don't think I've used a keyboard with such a great tactile feel and satisfying audible feedback since my original IBM AT keyboard. The amount of force required to type is perfectly balanced, for me. I can rest my hands on the keys without accidental strokes. Previous membrane keyboards felt like they required more force to register strokes, so typing on the G610 feels effortless.The backlighting makes it easier to use in low light setting. Although the board has a button that allows you to change brightness of the backlighting, the default setting is to have the keys light up in a 'wave'. Since the human eye is attracted to motion, I find it very distracting to have a wave of light travel across my keyboard. I wish the default setting was to have a constant backlighting, so this is where my rating falls to 4 stars. I'd prefer to not install more software on my PC, but I was forced to install Logitech's software to control the backlighting.Another minor complaint is the placement of the caps lock/scroll lock/num lock indicator lights. To make room for media control buttons, the indicator lights were moved to the top middle of the board, where it is not so intuitive to figure out which light is which. There are labels etched under each light, but they are unreadable, even in decent lighting levels.Overall, I would highly recommend this board to anyone. 4One of the worst keyboard I ever owned and I wish I was kidding I like Logitech keyboards but this feels like a completely different company. Keyboard is maybe 3 months old and keys actually fall off when I type.....yeah. There doesn't appear to be anything wrong with the switch or the key cap but this issue persist (mainly the windows key). The other thing I did not like was you have to install the logitech drivers and if you don't you will end up with the worst backlight effect ever! I was using this keyboard for work and I like the mechanical click of cherry reds but these are low noise and so low you get no satisfying audible feedback. Now in an office environment this may make your employees happy and may be a good option but in my case I would just rather use a cheap dell board. I will give a 1 star for volume/mute controls but the quality of materials and user experience of this board is lacking. Spend your money elsewhere or go with a G710. Had that board for yrs for gaming and Love it! 1Meh. It's a nice feeling solid keyboard with too many complications. When looking for a replacement keyboard, my list of must haves were pretty simple:-It must be backlit.-It must use mechanical switches.-It must be a wired USB keyboard to work with my IOGear GCS1104 kvmp switch.-It must have the the 104 key layout.This keyboard seemed to fill the bill. It was made by Logitech-- a name I know and trust. And it had decent reviews. I didn't really care about gaming, I just wanted a nice solid feeling keyboard.I was replacing an old HP keyboard that still worked, but was getting sticky in a few places. My old run-of-the-mill HP keyboard worked perfectly with my IOGear kvmp switch. I was using it with a Mac, two PCs and a Linux machine-- no issues whatsoever.As I have waded into gaming components for PC builds, I have discovered that they have lots of configurability, and this keyboard is no exception-- and this is where the problems start. I plugged this keyboard into the kvmp switch and the PCs refused to boot, as the keyboard wasn't recognized. Plugging the keyboard directly into the PC worked fine... very puzzling... The kvmp switch has a setting to simply pass the keyboard through directly to the computer. It didn't work. The Mac and Sun keyboard emulations did work... but I didn't want those because they remap certain keys. I wound up using the "Reset keyboard and mouse under some special OS' that do not support USB 2.0" which makes no sense. And of course, none of the gaming stuff works when going through the kvmp.As one might expect, Logitech only guarantees the operation of the keyboard when connected directly to the computer, so I guess I'm out of luck for now.The keyboard does have a nice feel and it is really solid. The software that comes from the Logitech website (not in the box) does seem to have LOTs of features that I won't use. The key legends are clear when backlit, although I'm not real fond of the legends for special characters, especially the @ and $.I may still be in the market for a different backlit keyboard, if I can find one that doesn't require a bunch of complicated software to set it up-- or maybe I'll just get another HP keyboard and decide to be happy. 3Great mechanical keyboard (stands up to abuse) I've owned the Cherry Red variant of the G610 for about 18 months. Coming from non-mechanical keyboards, it was very difficult to get used to the "feedbackless" Cherry Red switches. I found myself either constantly mistyping words or mashing the keys down to the bottom. However, it completely adjusted my style of typing and honestly feels amazing.The backlighting is an elegant pure white and exactly what I was looking for. Some of the other RGB boards I've used come off as cheap and tacky looking. There are various adjustments for brightness and pattern.Overall, I'm very satisfied with the G610 and plan to pick up the Brown variant for home use.Abuse Story: About three months ago, I spilled some mixture of cranberry cocktail all over the keyboard. I tried to soak up as much of the liquid as possible but the bottom two rows of keys were completely saturated. The next day, they felt like glue. Every press of the key would either get stuck down or slowly return after a few seconds. I thought the keyboard was ruined. I did some research online and learned that hand-sanitizer (without any additives, such as aloe) works as a natural cleaner of switches. If you're careful and not in a hurry, you can drop a bead of hand-sanitizer on each key switch and depress a few times to "work it into" the switch. Do this for each affected key switch, flip the keyboard upside down and let dry for a couple days. Once fully dry, you should be able to plug back in and use as normal. 4Cool but weird I bought this to have a professional mechanical keyboard at work.Openly, I will admit the Cherry MX switches are nice compared to my Corsair K70. There is still noise, but installing o-rings made that issue lessen.Pros:Quality, durable, easy to useLighting effects are coolOffset, braided USB cable is well constructedDual-angle legs are well designed and labeled.Cons:Logitech Gaming Software will be required for controlling lighting effects as some games take over the lighting profile.Keycaps fall off rather easily if you transition your hands left or right too quick during a keypress (Easily fixable by correcting typing behavior, issue lies mostly in the six-key and arrow key zone where I spend one or two key clicks at a time before coming back to the main key area)Lack of wrist rest makes this keyboard uncomfortable as it is elevated 1.5 inches from the desk 5Wire is nicely braided and stiff Keyboard is solid and heavy with little to no flex. Wire is nicely braided and stiff, 6 feet long. Volume scroll has rubber grip and is smooth to roll. Buttons are also smooth. They can be a tad bit loud if you aren't used to a mechanical keyboard. Also, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO POUND THESE KEYS. You can type much more smoothly and softly, which is nice. Getting the silicone rings for the key stems will dampen this further. The keys are a bit higher than most membrane keyboards, and you'll almost certainly want to go ahead and get a palm rest. There are 4 different levels of brightness, and OFF. The keys light up at the top so any key with 2 symbols is only half illuminated. This is a general issue with LED illuminated mechanical switches and you'd have to get a more expensive board with clear plastic switches for better illumination. The instructions are incomplete. They are in ENGLISH twice.. There is nothing showing how to adjust the light effect. Oh yea.. BY DEFAULT the light pattern is a wave, and it is annoying. You could download the software to adjust the pattern and fine tune the brightness and have that always running on your system taking up ram and cpu cycles, OR YOU CAN USE KEY COMBOS! YAY!Light + 1 - Wave, right to leftLight + 2 - Wave, left to rightLight + 3 - Wave, middle outwardLight + 4 - Breathing effectLight + 5 - Keypress wave effectLight + 0 - StaticLight + Minus (-) - Decrease effect speed.Light + Plus (+) - Increase effect speed. I've knocked a star only because of the incomplete instructions and the default light pattern. You get what you pay for, especially with mechanical keyboards. This is a solid unit for a beginner/first timer and I would recommend it. 4
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