Logitech has announced the full-sized G810 Orion Spectrum, its latest mechanical keyboard. This board is styled more conservatively than the company's other gaming keyboards like the G910 Orion Spark, but it keeps those boards' Romer-G switches and per-key RGB LED backlighting.
Each key on the G810 can be customized using a 16.8-million-color palette, and the board comes with with lighting profiles for over 300 games to get gamers started. The G810 also comes with dedicated media controls—including an impressively large volume knob—and Logitech's software lets owners assign specific functions to the F1-F12 keys on a game-by-game basis.
Logitech says the G810 Orion Spectrum will be available early this month for $159 in the United States and bundling a copy of Tom Clancy's The Division with the G810 for US customers.189 in Europe. Logitech is also
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