Packaging

The box for the G910 has the same blue trim that all of the Logitech Gaming products have but for the background they went with something a little more fitting for the Orion Spark name. We have a large photo of the keyboard with its backlighting all lit up and then in the background is a photo of the Orion Constellation. The only other thing on the cover is a photo of the new Romer-G key switch, highlighting what switch the G910 has. Around on the back of the box we do have a lot more going on. We have another photo of the keyboard, but this time half of the photo has an x-ray photo overlaid, just like what we have seen Logitech do with their other gaming peripherals. The main photo has lines going to specific features along with zoomed in photos and short explinations of what each feature is all about. They highlight the G keys, individual key backlighting, the Romer-G switches, and the new ARK control app.

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The inner box for the G910 was very cool. It actually has the Logitech G logo cut out of the top showing the blue lining. Inside the keyboard is right on top. It sits in a plastic tray that is formed to keep it from moving around. Up under the keyboard is a second wrist rest as well as the documentation. For documentation you get a setup guide and a safety, compliance, and warranty book. They do not include a disk or anything for the software, you have to jump online to download the latest version.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36732 22 Jun 2015 15:03
Today I take a look at Logitechs latest gaming keyboard and its new Romer-G keyswitches, enjoy!
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trgtprctc replied the topic: #36753 28 Jun 2015 18:36
I like my G910 for gaming. The key shape does work well for typical left hand only use of the keyboard...if you do not use macros.

I echo the sentiments with typing, however. I use my keyboard far more for gaming than typing, so the tendencies to hit the wrong or extra keys are not as much of an issue for me. It took me more than a few days to minimize those problems coming from the unique key cap design. I do like the quieter actuation of the Romer G switches coupled with the nearly non existent backlight bleed between keys.

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