[section_title title=”Introduction”]Introduction

October 2nd, 1981, Switzerland, Europe; a global peripheral powerhouse was born but who might you ask?  Well obviously I am talking about Logitech!  With a revenue of $2.1 billion last year, they are clearly powering forward and with around 9000 employees, they have the manpower to keep on with that push.  Today’s focus at Play3r today isn’t corporate spiel or of course how much money the company has made; it’s of course about the products themselves.  Since Logitech launched their recent models from the G (gaming) series, they have proved very popular with reviewers, users and of course gamers themselves.  What actually makes them popular though?  Is it good old marketing on the gaming lineage Logitech are well known for?  Is it style and general superior designs?  Maybe it’s down to the affordability of their products?  That’s all questionable, but let’s introduce the product on test today…

Today I will be taking a look at the newly announced Logitech G910 Orion Spark Mechanical Gaming Keyboard which on paper looks like one of the most advanced mechanical gaming solutions currently on the market; not the mechanical you might think, Logitech have introduced their own mechanical switch in the way of the ROMER-G switch with fully customisable RGB backlighting for each individual key.  With features such as the ARX software which allows users to control media, check game stats and of course display vital system information on their iPhone/android device, is it really as advanced as Logitech claim it to be?  Let’s also find out if the ROMER-G keys are all they are cracked up to be and see if the Orion Spark shines brightly or fades into the universe…


Warranty Information

2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty

System Requiremenst

Windows® 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7
Powered USB portInternet connection and 100MB hard drive space (for optional software download)

Package Contents

Large palm rest
Small palm rest
User documentation

Physical specifications

Weight: 1.5KG
Length: 243.5mm/210mm
Width: 505mm
Height: 35.5mm
Key Switch Durability: 70 million
Cable: 6ft




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